Where will this take me?
You can look forward to a rewarding career in a variety of organisations and industries such as business process improvement and quality assurance; management consulting; operations and supply chain management; organisational development and change; project management and roles in government and not-for-profit organisations.
Your first job could see you as a:
- Business partner
- Consultant coordinator
In 5-10 years, you’ll progress to roles such as:
- Business development manager
- Operations manager
And in 15-20 years you could be a successful:
- Managing director
- Managing partner
Graduate pathways from this major
The skills and competencies you will develop by completing the Management major will put you in a good position to undertake further study in a range of business and economics programs or even in new disciplines, such as government, humanities, law or teaching.
The Management major leads to a range of professional specialisation pathways, in or outside of your discipline, that will prepare you for a wide range of professions.
Some of our business and economics focused graduate study options include:
If you’re interested in a pathway to academia or becoming an industry expert in management, you can undertake further study at Melbourne Business School.
They offer a Doctoral Program in Management which involves a 2-year Master of Commerce coursework + 3-year PhD research.
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