Retail and supply chain management (Bachelor of Business)



Retail managers for the 21st century understand the retail process from sourcing through to retail, brand management and evaluating consumers. The field of retailing is still growing but the impact of worldwide competition and short product life cycles makes retailing a challenging and dynamic field that needs retail practitioners who can operate in this volatile environment.

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Burwood (Melbourne), Online

Note: Waterfront students may complete this major at Burwood or Online. Please check with a Student Adviser to assess eligibility.

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  • Retail Management MMK217
  • Services Marketing MMK251
  • Business Analytics MIS171
  • Brand Management MMK280
  • Advanced Retail Management MMK317
  • Strategic Supply Chain Management MIS313
  • plus

  • Business Management Capstone MMM315 (Capstone)
  • and

    WIL units - 1 credit point unit, chosen from:

  • Business for Social Impact MWL305
  • Consultancy Experience MWL316
  • Entrepreneurship Experience MWL317
  • Internship MWL318
  • International Consultancy Experience MWL319
  • or an approved one credit point international learning experience (i.e. Study program, Student exchange, Overseas short course)