Inspired by the real-world workplace, the new RMU MBA features team teaching in every class. Two expert faculty from different disciplines reinforce the interrelation of management, finance, marketing, and other key business skills. The program is available both online and on-ground. The program has been specifically designed for professionals. This means it is personalized and flexible allowing working students to earn their degree while they continue their livelihood. Class size is kept small so that both professors communicate frequently and productively with online and on-ground students.
The graphic design field is particularly diverse and continually evolving to adapt to the needs of the communications industry. RMU's students gain conceptual and technical skills that encourage flexibility and originality. These abilities are then developed with a focus on specific design applications, such as corporate identity, editorial design, advertising, design for print, typography, packaging and Web design. At RMU, graphic design students start with traditional foundations coursework, including drawing, 2D design, and color theory before taking graphic design coursework. Usually during the sophomore year, students start taking graphic design courses in the computer lab. Coursework focuses on the subject matter where industry-standard software is used to deliver design solutions.
Industrial engineers are big-picture thinkers who organize the people, material, information, equipment, and energy to design, develop, implement, and improve integrated systems. RMU industrial engineering students also gain strong skills in logistics engineering—a field that deals with the planning, implementation, and control of the flow of materials, goods and services from the point of origin to the point of consumption. Graduates enter the workforce with the planning, design and operations skills to work with warehouse systems, transportation networks, materials handling devices, and industry supply chains.