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1 GOVERNMENT OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSOCIATE DEGREE OF BUSINESS COURSE OUTLINE 2015 Information correct as of August Provider CRICOS Code 00020G Higher Education Provider

2 The Administrative Information Course Title Associate Degree of Business Course Code H409 CRICOS Course Code C Department Higher Education Course Information Course DetailS Duration Full-time students will complete the course in 2 years studying 4 units per semester. Part time students should plan to complete the course in 4 years and will normally complete 2 units per semester. International students must maintain a full time study load. Units The associate degree course comprises 16 units. Some units are common with other associate degree courses. Credit points Each unit is allocated 3 credit points. A total of 48 credit points is required to complete the Associate Degree. Delivery site Bentley and Thornlie campuses. Delivery mode This course comprises a mix of lectures, tutorials, practical sessions and independent study. On line teaching and support is provided using Polytechnic West s online learning environment known as E-Campus. Onshore international students must study no more than 25% of their studies online There are usually 3.5 hours of timetabled delivery per unit per week. Students are expected to attend all timetabled lectures, tutorials and workshops and undertake study in their own time. Students are expected to undertake a further 6.5 hours study per unit per week in their own time. Delivery period Two semesters a year. Each semester comprises 14 weeks of study, plus two examination weeks. Introduction Associate Degree of Business The aim of the course is to provide a paraprofessional business qualification that equips graduates with the underpinning practical and theoretical knowledge for a career in a range of business and commercial environments or provide eligible graduates seamless articulation into further studies at university. The Associate Degree of Business has been designed to provide social and personal development, strategies and principles in the disciplines of Accounting, Management, Human Resources Management and Marketing with the ability to apply these concepts in a variety of workplace environments. The Associate Degree of Business will require you to (have): Demonstrate a broad knowledge of the technical and theoretical knowledge in commerce with an understanding of the underlying principles and concepts that apply to the field of business. Demonstrate a sound knowledge of the concepts and theory associated with disciplines including Accounting, Management, Human Resources Management and Marketing that apply to the field of Business. Develop conceptual and theoretical understanding of business practices with a particular in-depth understanding and application in one or more of the following disciplines; Accounting, Management, Human Resources Management, Marketing. An ability to effectively communicate and present business intellectual knowledge and ideas as an individual and in a multi-cultural team. Cognitive skills to identify, analyse and evaluate business information from a range of sources. Cognitive, analytical and creative thinking skills to demonstrate a broad understanding and ability to communicate business concepts in some depth. Cognitive, analytical and creative thinking skills to interpret and explain sometimes complex business problems and an ability to generate solutions. An ability to use initiative and judgement to solve problems, plan and identify solutions in business paraprofessional practice. An ability to adapt fundamental business principles, concepts and techniques to familiar and unfamiliar contextual situations in the field of business. An ability to use and adjust knowledge and skills in different contexts and apply to further studies within the field of business. The capacity to practice professionally and an ability to exercise ethical responsibility as an individual or within teams, and recognise the need to engage in lifelong learning within the field of business. Intakes February and July.

3 Employment outcomes Graduates of the Associate Degree of Business are suited to careers in the private and public business sectors across a range of industries and in fields such as general business, accounting, management, human resources management and marketing. Graduates may find employment in roles such as office manager, executive officer, small business manager, program consultant or program coordinator. Further study opportunities Polytechnic West maintains strong relationships with a number of universities. On successful completion of a Polytechnic West Associate Degree or Higher Education Diploma, students are eligible to take advantage of articulated pathways and apply for credit (advanced standing) towards a Bachelor degree at one of our university partners. For details of our university pathway options, visit the Polytechnic West website.

4 Course Structure The Associate Degree of Business has four major streams of study Accounting, Management, Human Resources Management and Marketing. This course is normally completed over 2 years and comprises 16 units. Possible course structures incorporating two subject specific electives and supporting a focus on Management, Human Resource Management and Marketing are provided for students. An additional Accounting stream with 13 core and three accounting specific elective units is also provided. The course consists of 14 core and two elective units. Any two elective units may be taken to achieve the outcomes of the Associate Degree Business. Unit Code Unit Title Contact Credits EFTSL** Pre-requisite hours SEMESTER 1 YEAR ONE 1 HHM107# Introduction to Accounting Nil 2 HBU103 Information Systems & Technology Nil 3 HBU102 The Communication Environment Nil 4 HBU101 The Marketing Environment Nil SEMESTER 2 5 HBU112 Introduction to the Legal System Nil 6 HBU106 Principles of Management Nil 7 HBU202 The Statistical Environment Nil 8 HBU203 The Economic Environment Nil SEMESTER 1 YEAR TWO 9 HBU204 The Management Accounting Introduction to Accounting Environment 10 HBU105 E-Business Technology & Nil Applications 11 HBU210 Human Resources Management Principles of Management 12 HBU211 Marketing Management Nil SEMESTER 2 13 HBU212 Commercial Law Introduction to the Legal System 14 HBU213 International Business Principles of Management 15 HBU214* Finance & Banking Nil 16 HBU201* Budgeting Environment Introduction to Accounting 17 HBU215* Recruitment & Selection Human Resources Management 18 HBU216* Employee Training & Development Human Resources Management 19 HBU217* Organisational Theory and Nil Behaviour* 20 HBU219* Financial Accounting Environment Introduction to Accounting 21 HBU218* Consumer Behaviour Nil # Denotes unit taken from the Associate Degree of Hospitality Management * Denotes elective unit ** Equivalent full-time study load

5 Course Structure

6 UNIT SYNOPSES Introduction to Accounting (HHM107) This unit provides students with a broad overview of the theoretical and practical requirements required to understand the accounting and operating characteristics that are of major concern to managers in industry. Information Systems and Technology (HBU103) This unit will help you understand what business information systems (IS) are and how they relate to business functions. It will help you gain an understanding of the importance and role of Information Systems as core components of business and how they can be used to create value and competitive advantage. You will also learn how to develop information systems that create business value and meet the objectives of the enterprise. The Communication Environment (HBU102) This unit focuses on the skills, knowledge, behaviour and strategies used when communicating in a range of contemporary work environments. It will include aspects of developing and implementing presentation skills, individual and team skills, coaching and mentoring, organisational culture, conflict management, negotiation and cross cultural interaction. Various communication processes and systems are covered to ensure that the gathering and dissemination of information and organisational knowledge is effectively implemented in the organisation. The importance of professional networking is discussed and strategies are devised to develop and capitalise on networking opportunities. Academic writing skills including referencing, report writing and essay writing are included to ensure students are better prepared for their studies. The Marketing Environment (HBU101) This unit is designed to provide a foundation on modern marketing philosophies and practices. It aims to give the necessary theoretical and analytical skills to enable an understanding of the role and practices of marketing in an organisation. Major issues that will be explored include: marketing orientation, strategic marketing, customer characteristics, competitive positioning, market research, target marketing strategies and current topics in marketing. Introduction to the Legal System (HBU112) This unit deals with the Australian legal system. It will enable you to understand the instruments and processes of governance at both state and federal levels. It covers legislative instruments, legal language and concepts and the courts, dispute resolutions and tribunal systems. Students are introduced to the key legislation relating to business including the laws providing consumer protection. The Principles of Management (HBU106) This is an introductory unit primarily concerned with the definitions, concepts, principles and theories necessary to develop a clear understanding of the tasks and roles managers need to play in successful organisations. This unit explores the gap, along with the consequences, evident between conventional management wisdom and what is practised in organisations and the attributes required of effective managers and leaders. It also provides a broad spectrum of skills to support effective decision making including problem definition, consideration of different options for action and the analytical, written and presentation skills needed to convey these effectively. The Statistical Environment (HBU202) This unit provides a relevant and meaningful introduction to business mathematical and statistical processes. It gives you the skills to analyse and interpret data and to help you with decision making by using quantitative tools rather than personal opinion or subjective reasoning. This unit can be used in many disciplines such as financial analysis, econometrics, auditing, production and operations, and marketing research. The Economic Environment (HBU203) This unit exposes you to current economic issues and principles to enable you to better understand those economic factors that are at the basis of our business world. Covering micro and macroeconomic concepts and their practical applications, this unit provides a foundation for further studies in economics and more generally in business, management, and marketing. In addition to gaining an understanding of economics, you will also have the opportunity to develop skills such as conducting and evaluating research, analysing problems, policy evaluation and data interpretation. The Management Accounting Environment (HBU204) This unit is designed to introduce you to analytical and technical tools required to analyse relevant management accounting information. Management Accounting Environment develops the skills and competencies that allow you to focus on using management accounting as an information system that produces the information required to manage resources and create value. E-Business Technology and Applications (HBU105) This unit will cover how to create a high-tech working environment and improve efficiencies of energy and resources. It introduces the scope of e-business and the benefits it offers to organisations through different models. Students will come away with sufficient internet technology knowledge and skills to appreciate the potential and limitations of using the internet for business operations. The features of good website design and e-business models will also be explored. The use of the MS Office suite of programs in creating and integrating complex business documents will be covered. Human Resources Management (HBU210) This unit aims to provide a broad understanding of Human Resource Management concepts, principles and activities required in contemporary organisations. It will include industrial relations, recruitment and selection, human resource planning, business ethics, organisational change and development and the changing human resource environment. An emphasis is placed on Strategic Human Resource Management and the need for Human Resource Management Practitioners to become more strategic in their operational activities.

7 Marketing Management (HBU211) This unit is designed to provide you with an insight into market development principles, tools and planning processes. The unit seeks to ensure that in a commercial environment you have understood the theories and concepts that will help you with your marketing career, and also seeks to develop your ability to think critically, to evaluate information and to decide between choices based on solid justifications. Commercial Law (HBU212) Commercial Law focuses on providing a balanced, unbiased body of statutes and principals that assist in protecting and regulating the interests of all parties involved when conducting business activities. In this unit, students will build upon prior knowledge of the Australian legal system and be immersed in the intricacies of the varying statutes and laws that occupy both the Federal and State landscapes. Further to which, students will be able to understand how individual components which make up Commercial Law impact on the way business is conducted. Additionally, students will develop applicable knowledge in varying industries including in depth knowledge of Contract and Tort law, Business Structures, and Consumer Law. International Business (HBU213) This unit has been constructed to provide you with a combination of theoretical understandings, principles, models and experiential learning activities to provide you with opportunities to develop and practice realistic business skills applied to organisations in the international business environment. Finance and Banking (HBU214) This unit exposes you to the application of financial mathematics, various personal financial decisions including valuing debt, equity and hybrid securities. In the process, characteristics of these securities are detailed and valuation incorporating the respective security s cash flows, time value of money and the associated risk are presented. The unit also addresses the principle of maximizing shareholder wealth and firm value. The interplay between these principles is examined by consideration of information asymmetry between the different stakeholders. Budgeting Environment (HBU201) This unit deals with the establishment of an effective budgeting process in an organization, taking into consideration ethical, legal and management requirements to prepare both operational and capital budgets. This will involve variance analysis, compliance with audit and other legal requirements together with any remedial action necessary to correct problems arising from and during the budget process. Recruitment and Selection (HBU215) This unit focuses on skills and knowledge related to the development of high quality personnel recruitment in today s business environment. Organisations are moving away from traditional methods of recruiting staff towards more complex procedures that aim to accurately predict employee s future behaviour in the job. The unit offers a framework for action to assist selectors and business students in this difficult task with an emphasis on Total Quality Management. Employee Training and Development (HBU216) This unit focuses on a range of theories and concepts to apply and appraise training methods and employee development. This unit blends organizational best practice with recent research findings on employees to develop skills and knowledge related to the development of high quality employee training and development in today s business environment. Organisational Theory and Behaviour (HBU217) This unit will develop conceptual and theoretical understandings of human behaviour, attitudes and performance in organisations including its interdisciplinary origins of psychology, sociology, political science and anthropology. You will develop a sound knowledge of human behaviour and how it can be impacted upon by the organisation s environment, structure, culture, systems and processes. The unit will give you the ability to analyse and evaluate why people behave the way they do in organisations. Financial Accounting Environment (HBU219) This unit begins with discussion of the accounting decision-making environment including general analysis of a conceptual framework. It will provide you with the skills to record basic business transactions in journals and ledgers. It covers double-entry bookkeeping and the preparation of a statement of financial performance and a statement of financial position and an appreciation of the relevance of the statement of cash flows and ratio analysis. From a theoretical perspective students will appreciate the difficulties in measuring business transactions by the interpretation and analysis of financial statements and information. Consumer Behaviour (HBU218) This unit is designed to provide you with an insight into how consumers behave in the broad environment of marketing, its principles, tools and buying processes. It seeks to ensure that in a commercial environment you have grasped and understood some of the theories and concepts that will help you in your career. The unit provides you with the understanding of the complexities of the consumer buying process and behaviour. It has a strong applied focus utilizing sound theoretical concepts to endorse and develop a critical thinking marketing approach to real life commercial situations.

8 Admission and Enrolment Requirements To enter a higher education qualification at Polytechnic West, students should have: Successfully completed Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) or its year 12 Australian or International equivalent with a score of at least 50 in, English, Literature or EALD, or Successfully completed the full International Baccalaureate Diploma with a minimum of 24 points from six subjects at one sitting. Three of the subjects must be at the higher level. One of the six subjects should be English, or Successfully completed a 12 month VET Certificate IV in a relevant area, or Completed a relevant qualification in another country that is deemed by the National Office of Overseas Skills Recognition (NOOSR) as being at least comparable to an AQF Certificate IV. School Leavers Polytechnic West will accept an AQF/TAFE Certificate IV as a basis for admission to most courses, however school leavers using a Certificate IV achieved during their Years 11 and 12 must also have: achieved a WACE; and meet Polytechnic West s English Language requirement. English Language Requirements Entrance is subject to English Language Admission requirements, such as: IELTS score of 6.0 (Academic Version) overall with no individual band lower than 5.5; or TOEFL score of 530 or above; or Medium of instruction at school being English, and satisfactory grades in English in final examinations (such as C grade at 0 level). Alternative Admission Requirements Students may be of mature age with relevant work or other practical experience and a demonstrated level of general education, which provides them with a reasonable chance of successfully completing the program. Mature age selection criteria will be based on an assessment of the applicant s previous educational record, work and other relevant experience and interest in the field of study. Students meeting admission requirements will be offered a place in the course and invited to enrol. You must complete the approved enrolment form and pay your fees to secure your place in the course. All enrolled students agree to abide by PWA s General and Academic Regulations and Student Code of Conduct. These are available in the Higher Education Student Handbook or from our website at International students please refer to the Education and Training International (ETI) website for further responsibilities as an international student in Australia. To Apply Online Domestic Students can apply online at our website International Students can apply online to study at Polytechnic West on the ETI website at ETI is the unit within the Western Australian Government responsible for the recruitment and admission of international students into studying at Western Australian TAFE Institutes.

9 Enrolment with Advanced Standing If you have undertaken previous study in a similar field you may be eligible to enrol with advanced standing and have your previous learning recognised. Advanced Standing is the granting of credit towards the completion of a course based on previous studies that has been judged to have units that are equivalent to those in the course. International students should refer Advanced Standing enquiries to Education and Training International. Advanced standing from VET courses is set out in the Table below: VET Qualification Higher Education Qualification Maximum credits given D173 Diploma of Management Pathway: CT81 Associate Degree of Business 8 units credited year one (24 credits) D173 Diploma of Management Associate Degree of Business 4 units credited year one (12 credits) D164 Diploma of Business Associate Degree of Business 4 units credited year one (12 credits)

10 VET Diplomas must contain the following VET units and will give exemptions to units in the Associate Degree of Business as set out in the table below: VET Unit Code VET Unit Name Higher Education Unit D0701 Maintain financial records D4036 D0705 Prepare financial records Prepare financial records Introduction to Accounting D0708 Manage budgets and financial plans or D0755 Information technology Manage and information or knowledge management system Information Systems & Technology Business communication II D0876 D0866 D4035 S6531 Completion of whole qualification D173 or D164 Implement and monitor marketing activities Identify and monitor marketing activities Make decisions in a legal context Develop and update legal knowledge The Communication Environment The Marketing Environment The Business Law Environment D4868 and Facilitate continuous improvement WB921 and WB896 or Ensure team effectiveness Manage quality customer service D0739 and Recruit selection and induction D0734 and Manage HR services D1034 Manage personal work priorities and PD Financial maths II Business economics Principles of Management The Statistical Environment The Economic Environment

11 Student Rights and Responsibilities It is the responsibility of every student to be aware of Polytechnic West s General and Academic Regulations, the Student Code of Conduct and the policies and procedures that relate to your rights and responsibilities as a student. These can be found in the Higher Education Student Handbook and on the Polytechnic West website at International students please refer to the Education and Training International website for further responsibilities as an international student in Australia. You are advised to obtain a Student I.D. card that will provide you with access to library services at Polytechnic West campuses and with our partner organisations. The Student I.D. card will also be required as proof of identity when you attend examinations. Assessment of the Associate Degree of BUSINESS Assessment information and marking criteria for each unit will be provided in the Unit Guide at the start of your study semester and you must abide by the assessment requirements set by the Polytechnic West Academic Regulations and in the Unit Guide. You will be given feedback on your performance in all assignments including the criteria against which the final mark was determined. Submission dates will not be altered unless an Application for Deferred Assessment has been completed and approved. Graduation with the Associate Degree of BUSINESS To be awarded this qualification you must pass all the required units within the course. Once these are completed you will be entitled to apply to graduate with an Associate Degree of Business. Pathways Students graduating with the Associate Degree of Business are eligible for credit towards a Bachelor degree at one of Polytechnic West s articulating universities. Check our website for up-to-date credit recognition arrangements. Study Fees Associate Degree of Business International Students The tuition fee for international students is: $1, per unit. This fee is paid to ETI. Please refer to the Education and Training International website for payment details and refund policy. Domestic Students The tuition fee for domestic students is $1, per unit paid using one of PWA s payment options; or $1, deferred (includes 25% FEE-HELP Loan Fee) A full-time study load consists of four units per semester. These fees are valid for Semester 1 and Semester 2, Fees are reviewed on an annual basis. The Higher Education tuition fee statement is available on the Polytechnic West website polytechnic.wa.edu.au Course Costs In addition to the fees payable for this course, you may need to pay for textbooks and any additional costs associated with your chosen course. Higher Education Student Services Higher Education Student Services staff can offer advice and support to make your education experience as successful as possible. If they cannot directly assist, suggestions can be made about referral to other staff or appropriate agencies which may be able to help if you are experiencing personal problems or difficulties with your study. Appointments with Client Services staff may be arranged at a Customer Service Centre by phoning or via Disclaimer The information contained in this publication is correct at the time of publishing but may be subject to change without notice. For up-to-date and current information, please check our website.

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