New Zealand's Auckland University of Technology Launches New MBA Pathways

New pathways to focus on supply chain management and creative technologies

New Zealand's Auckland University of Technology (AUT) has launched new MBA pathways in Supply Chain Management and Creative Technologies.

The pathway in Supply Chain Management will cover topics in quality management, project management, negotiation, and procurement. The pathway in Creative Technologies will address subject like transmedia, entrepreneurial strategies, and serious play.

Students in the school's Master of Creative Technologies with Business program will also be able to take some of the electives from the MBA in Creative Technologies program.

The pathways will be offered in addition to the MBA program's specialization options. The MBA offers specializations in Human Resource Management, International Business, Marketing, and Operations and Management.

The MBA also includes the option for students to pursue an applied business project, where they can address a strategic or operational issue in an organization or industry.

AUT is one of only four internationally-accredited business schools in New Zealand that offer full-time MBA programs. With the new pathway, it becomes the first in the country to offer a focused option in supply chain management.

For more information, please see the AUT press release announcing the launch of the new MBA specializations.

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