COBL CAPABILITIES

In the College of Business and Law, these capabilities are expressed in a framework that evidences (6) six key areas and opportunities to develop in any (or all) of these areas are provided throughout your studies. Some of this will occur in the classroom, as part of your curriculum, and some of it will be available in other ways, for you to choose and prioritise to best suit your own professional growth journey.

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Each of us needs a toolkit of skills (capabilities) that will allow us to adapt, thrive and innovate our way through life.

Being at university is a key time to really focus on developing your capabilities - the ones you already have, and the ones you want. In the College of Business and Law, these capabilities are expressed in a framework that evidences (6) six key areas and opportunities to develop in any (or all) of these areas are provided throughout your studies.

Social awareness and commitment

Courses focused on social impact, innovation, role of business is society; economic futures; sustainability; human well-being.

The Digital World

Courses focused on business and future tech; digital literacy and the role of humans as decision makers in a digitised future of business.

Industry & Experiential Learning

Courses focused on industry experiences, problem based learning and experiential learning

Local, national, global mindsets

Ways of knowing- indigenous, eastern and western approaches to knowledge; intercultural approaches/perspectives on business; working across borders; diversity/inclusion

Personal and professional effectiveness

Courses focused on self-awareness; learning how to learn; transferable skills-identification, development, reflection, articulation; personal career development

Research, analysis and problem solving

Courses focused on ideation; solution generation and testing; integrative and strategic thinking; adaptability

Learning & Teaching Portfolio - College of Business and Law - RMIT University