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1 PLAN YOUR FUTURE PLAN YOUR DEGREE 2014 Student Information Guide Semester Undergraduate Courses Bachelor of Business 1

2 Table of Contents A message from the Director of Undergraduate Programs... 3 Welcome from a fellow student... 3 Undergraduate Single Degree Course Information... 4 Course Requirements... 4 Course Restrictions... 4 BA-BUS9 Bachelor of Business... 5 BA-BUSACC6 Bachelor of Business (Accounting)... 6 BA-BUSACF1 Bachelor of Business (Accounting & Finance)... 8 BA-BUSCL Bachelor of Business (Commercial Law)... 9 BA-BUSADV1 Bachelor of Business (Advertising) BA-BUSEI1 Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship and Innovation) BA-BUSFIN3 Bachelor of Business (Finance) BA-BUSHRM5 Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) BA-BUSIB4 Bachelor of Business (International Business) BA-BUSMGT5 Bachelor of Business (Management) BA-BUSMKT6 Bachelor of Business (Marketing) BA-BUSPR1 Bachelor of Business (Public Relations) BA-BUSTM4 Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) BCOI140 Bachelor of Commerce (Italian) BCOJ140 Bachelor of Commerce (Japanese) Majors offered by the Faculty of Business and Enterprise Business Secondary Majors Minors offered by the Faculty of Business and Enterprise Undergraduate Enrolment Information Teaching Periods The Undergraduate A-Z of guide to your studies FBE International Study Opportunities GET INVOLVED IT Information & Systems Allocate My.Swinburne Blackboard Useful Links and Resources

3 A message from the Director of Undergraduate Programs Dr Elizabeth Levin Dear Students Welcome and thank you for choosing to study with us at the Faculty of Business and Enterprise. This is one of the most exciting and challenging times of your life. Many of you will have left behind the comfort of school or TAFE to transition to university. At university you will need to be independent and resourceful to succeed, but university is more than just what happens in the classroom. To maximise your potential, I encourage you to become actively involved in everything that university life has to offer. I particularly encourage you to find out more about the wide array of options and possibilities that are offered as part of your degree. For example, Industry Based Learning (IBL), International study opportunities, Peer Assisted Student Support (PASS), and Academic Personal Best (APB). There are also grants and scholarship schemes to help you along the way. Swinburne staff are here to offer you a rewarding, challenging and valuable degree. Explore the options, share your successes and let us know how we can assist you. Our Student Support team has the answers to all your questions, so please do not hesitate to ask. Wishing you all the best for your undergraduate studies and looking forward to watching you graduate as career-ready professionals. Liz Levin Welcome from a fellow student Webber Shih, Student Ambassador I would like to share some important tips that ll help you while you re here at Swinburne University and also talk to you about the mentoring support program, Student Ambassadors. The most important thing here at Swinburne University is to get involved and be proactive with your learning. Joining a club or volunteering your time is a great way to start. If you are struggling with a subject, make sure you arrange time to see your lecturers and tutors outside of class to discuss the problem. One last thing, make sure you prioritise time for study, because the main battle at university is time management and once you have fallen behind, it can be very difficult to catch up. If you re not feeling confident about something, free mentor support is available from Student Ambassadors. Our role is to help you become comfortable with university life. We re students here too and you will have the opportunity each week to talk to us face to-face. You can ask us any questions that concern you and if you need extra assistance with something that we can t solve, we ll point you to the right place. You will also have opportunities to meet other business students in our events and it s a great way to meet new people and make new friends. I hope that you enjoy your time here at Swinburne University and take up the opportunities available to you. I ll see you around campus. Webber Shih 3

4 Undergraduate Single Degree Course Information The Bachelor of Business is a three year full-time or six year part-time course requiring successful completion of 24 units of study, including two mandatory final year capstone units (major project) and a mandatory not-for-credit unit of study EDU10015 Careers in the Curriculum (zero credit points). Course Requirements To qualify for the award of Bachelor of Business students are required to complete a total of 24 units of study (300 credit points). This normally consists of: A Major consisting of sixteen (16) units, eight (8) core business units and eight (8) discipline units (200 credit points); Eight (8) secondary study units comprising of a second major, minor/s, student enrichment studies or electives (100 credit points) The not-for-credit unit, EDU10015 Careers in the Curriculum Students may graduate with the Bachelor of Business or (subject to admission requirements) graduate with a tagged outcome listed below, depending on the Major selected. Bachelor of Business (Accounting) * Bachelor of Business (Accounting and Finance) * Bachelor of Business (Commercial Law) Bachelor of Business (Advertising) Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship and Innovation) Bachelor of Business (Finance) Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) Bachelor of Business (International Business) Bachelor of Business (Management) Bachelor of Business (Marketing) Bachelor of Business (Public Relations) Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) * Please note, these courses are structured differently to comply with professional recognition requirements. The Bachelor of Business has a structure that provides students with a flexible choice by combining studies from different disciplines to depth to the degree. Students may select majors or minors offered by the Faculty of Business and Enterprise or from any discipline across the university, timetable and pre-requisite permitting. Units of study normally carry 12.5 credit points. In each year, four units per semester (eight per year) normally constitutes a full-time load of 100 credit points and two units per semester (four per year) normally constitutes a parttime load of 50 credit points. Students holding an international student visa are required to study full-time. Make the most out of your studies with Industry Based Learning and International Study Opportunities Students also have the opportunity to undertake the Industry Based Learning (IBL) program and/or take part in one of the faculty-led study tours or international exchange opportunities offered. Please note that the IBL program is not available to international students. Further information about these programs are available on the Faculty s web site at: Course Restrictions The following Course rules apply: A minimum of 100 credit points must be completed at Swinburne University. The above regulation must be observed in Course Structure & Degree Planners that include unit exemptions, studies completed through international exchange, cross-institutional study or study abroad. Students will not be allowed to study more than twenty-six units of study (325 credit points) as part of the Bachelor of Business. A unit of study can only be counted once as part of a major, second major, minor/s, student enrichment studies or electives. Where there is an overlap of units student will be required to study an alternative unit of study in the relevant cognate are 4

5 BA-BUS9 Bachelor of Business The Bachelor of Business totals 24 units (300 credit points). The degree consists of the Business core (8 units of study), a primary discipline (8 units of study), and one of the following: A secondary major (8 units of study), minor/s (4 units of study per minor), student enrichment studies or electives. A not-for-credit unit, EDU10015 Careers in the Curriculum, must also be completed. Refer to pages for a full list of majors and minors offered by the Faculty of Business and Enterprise. Please note: There is an expectation for students to complete their degree structure as sequenced Students must compete all units of study listed on this page, including EDU10015 Careers in the Curriculum (zero credit points) Students may not complete more than 10 stage 1 units Units of study ACC10007 COM10007 ECO10002 LAW10004 MGT10001 or MKT10007 EDU10015 ENT30010 BUS30010 BUS30009 Financial Information for Decision Making Professional Communication Practice Microeconomics Introduction to Business Law Introduction to Management Fundamentals of Marketing Careers in the Curriculum (zero credit points) Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Integrative Business Practice (Capstone Unit) Industry Consulting Project (Capstone Unit) 5

6 BA-BUSACC6 Bachelor of Business (Accounting) The Bachelor of Business (Accounting) totals 24 units (300 credit points). The degree consists of the Business core (8 units of study), the Accounting major (11 units of study), and one of the following: the completion of a minor (4 units of study) and/or elective(s) (1 unit of study with minor or 5 units of study alone) A not-for-credit unit, EDU10015 Careers in the Curriculum, must also be completed. Please note: There is an expectation for students to complete their degree structure as sequenced No more than 10 stage 1 units are to be completed in your course Professional Recognition: Graduates may fulfil the requirements for recognition by the CPA Australia (CPA), the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Australia (ICAA), Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) and the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA). Units of study ACC10007 MGT10001 COM10007 ECO10002 LAW10004 FIN10002 ACC10008 ECO10003 ACC20013 LAW20004 ACC20007 FIN20014 ACC30008 ACC20007 ACC30010 ACC30009 ACC30005 ENT30010 EDU10015 BUS30010 BUS30009 Financial Information for Decision Making Introduction to Management Professional Communication Practice Microeconomics Introduction to Business Law Financial Statistics Financial Information Systems Macroeconomics Company Accounting Company Law Management Accounting for Planning and Control Financial Management Accounting Theory Management Accounting for Planning and Control Auditing Analysis for Competitive Advantage Taxation Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Careers in the Curriculum (zero credit points) Integrative Business Practice (Capstone Unit) Industry Consulting Project (Capstone Unit) 6

7 Recommended: Majors Nil Minors Accounting Advanced Minor for Business Students Accounting Advance Minor for Accounting Business Students, Forensics Finance Minor Non-Compatible Majors and Minors: Students are unable to choose certain majors and minors where there is a substantial overlap with the major. For this reason students enrolled in BA-BUSACC6 are not able to select the following options: Majors No secondary major may be taken with BA-BUSACC6 Minors Accounting Minor for Business Students Accounting Advanced Minor for Business Students Unit Substitutions: A unit can only be counted once as part of a major or minor. Where there is an overlap of a unit, students are required to complete a predetermined substitute unit. The following substitute units apply to students enrolled in BA-BUSACC6: Majors Nil Minors Commercial Law Minor - Replace LAW20004 with any of the following: LAW20005, LAW30002 or LAW30003 Human Resource Management Minor - Replace MGT10001 with any of the following: HRM20016, HRM20015, HRM30009 or HRM

8 BA-BUSACF1 Bachelor of Business (Accounting & Finance) The Bachelor of Business (Accounting & Finance) totals 24 units (300 credit points). The consists of the Business core (8 units of study) and the Accounting and Finance major (16 units of study). Units of Study ACC10007 MGT10001 ECO10002 Financial Information for Decision Making Introduction to Management Microeconomics A not-for-credit unit, EDU10015 Careers in the Curriculum, must also be completed. Please note: There is an expectation for students to complete their degree structure as sequenced No more than 10 stage 1 units are to be completed in your course No majors or minors are applicable Professional Recognition: Graduates may fulfil the requirements for recognition by the CPA Australia (CPA), the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Australia (ICAA), Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA)and the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) COM10007 FIN10002 LAW10004 ACC10008 ECO10003 LAW20004 ACC20013 FIN20014 FIN20012 EDU10015 FIN30016 FIN20013 ACC20007 ACC30010 BUS30010 ACC30008 FIN30014 ACC30009 BUS30009 FIN30015 ACC30005 Professional Communication Practice Financial Statistics Introduction to Business Law Financial Information Systems Macroeconomics Company Law Company Accounting Financial Management Financial Markets Careers in the Curriculum (zero credit points) Management of Investment Portfolios Monetary Policy and Risk Management Management Accounting for Planning and Control Auditing Integrative Business Practice (Capstone Unit) Accounting Theory Financial Risk Management Analysis for Competitive Advantage Industry Consulting Project (Capstone Unit) International Finance Taxation ENT30010 Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship and Innovation 8

9 BA-BUSCL Bachelor of Business (Commercial Law) The Bachelor of Business (Commercial Law) totals 24 units (300 credit points). The degree consists of the Business core (8 units of study), the Commercial Law major (8 units of study), and one of the following: A secondary major (8 units of study), minor/s (4 units of study per minor), student enrichment studies or electives. A not-for-credit unit, EDU10015 Careers in the Curriculum, must also be completed. Units of study ACC10007 COM10007 ECO10002 LAW10004 MGT10001 LAW20004 Financial Information for Decision Making Professional Communication Practice Microeconomics Introduction to Business Law Introduction to Management Company Law Refer to pages for a full list of majors and minors offered by the Faculty of Business and Enterprise. Please note: There is an expectation for students to complete their degree structure as sequenced to the right. No more than 10 stage 1 units are to be completed in the course LAW10007 LAW10008 LAW20005 LAW20006 ACC30005 Contract Law Environment and Natural Resources Law Marketing Law International Business Law Taxation LAW30002 LAW30003 Finance Law Intellectual Property Law EDU10015 BUS30010 ENT30010 BUS30009 Careers in the Curriculum (zero credit points) Integrative Business Practice (Capstone Unit) Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Industry Consulting Project (Capstone Unit) 9

10 Non-Compatible Majors and Minors: Students are unable to choose certain majors and minors where there is a substantial overlap with the major. For this reason students enrolled in BA-BUSCL are not able to select the following options: Majors Commercial Law Minors Commercial Law Minor for Business Students Accounting Minor for Business Students Accounting Advanced Minor for Accounting Students, Forensics Unit Substitutions: A unit can only be counted once as part of a major or minor. Where there is an overlap of a unit, students are required to complete a predetermined substitute unit. The following substitute units apply to students enrolled in BA-BUSCL: Majors Accounting Major - Replace ACC10007 and ACC30005 with any two of: ECO10003, ACC30008 or ACC30009 Finance Major - Replace LAW30002 with FIN20012 or FIN20013 HRM Major - Replace MGT10001 with HRM20014 or HRM20015 Management Major - Replace MGT10001 with MKT10007 Tourism Management Major - Replace MGT10001 with TOU30002 or TOU30003 Minors Economics Minor - Replace ECO10002 with any of the following: FIN20012, FIN20013 or FIN30015 Human Resource Management Minor - Replace MGT10001 with any of the following: HRM20016, HRM20015, HRM30009 or HRM

11 BA-BUSADV1 Bachelor of Business (Advertising) The Bachelor of Business (Advertising) totals 24 units (300 credit points). The degree consists of the Business core (8 units of study), the Advertising major (8 units of study), and one of the following: A secondary major (8 units of study), minor/s (4 units of study per minor), student enrichment studies or electives. A not-for-credit unit, EDU10015 Careers in the Curriculum, must also be completed. Refer to pages for a full list of majors and minors offered by the Faculty of Business and Enterprise. Please note: There is an expectation for students to complete their degree structure as sequenced to the right. No more than 10 stage 1 units are to be completed in the course Units of study MKT10007 ACC10007 ECO10002 ADV10001 LAW10004 DDD20005 COM10007 ADV20001 ADV20002 MDA30001 EDU10015 ADV30001 MKT20025 BUS30010 ADV30002 ENT30010 BUS30009 Fundamentals of Marketing Financial Information for Decision Making Microeconomics Principles of Advertising Introduction to Business Law Managing Design Professional Communication Practice Advertising Issues: Regulation, Ethics and Cultural Considerations Concept Development and Copywriting Media, Advertising, Sport and Society Careers in the Curriculum (zero credit points) Advertising Media Planning and Purchasing Consumer Behaviour Integrative Business Practice (Capstone Unit) Advertising Management and Campaigns Project Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Industry Consulting Project (Capstone Unit) 11

12 Non-Compatible Majors and Minors: Students are unable to choose certain majors and minors where there is a substantial overlap with the major. For this reason students enrolled in BA-BUSADV1 are not able to select the following options: Majors Nil Minors Accounting Advanced Minor for Accounting Students, Forensics Unit Substitutions: A unit can only be counted once as part of a major or minor. Where there is an overlap of a unit, students are required to complete a predetermined substitute unit. The following substitute units apply to students enrolled in BA-BUSADV1: Majors Accounting Major - Replace ACC10007 with ACC30005 or ACC30008 Commercial Law Major - Replace LAW10004 with any of the following: ACC30005, LAW30002 or LAW30005 Marketing Major - Replace MKT10007 with MKT20023 or MKT20024, Replace MKT20025 with MKT30017 Minors Economics Minor - Replace ECO10002 with any of the following: FIN20012, FIN20013 or FIN30015 Marketing Minor - Replace MKT20025 with MKT20024 or MKT

13 BA-BUSEI1 Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship and Innovation) The Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship and Innovation) totals 24 units (300 credit points). The balance of the degree consists of the Business core (8 units of study), the Entrepreneurship and Innovation major (8 units of study), and one of the following: A secondary major (8 units of study), minor/s (4 units of study per minor), student enrichment studies or electives. A not-for-credit unit, EDU10015 Careers in the Curriculum, must also be completed. Refer to pages for a full list of majors and minors offered by the Faculty of Business and Enterprise. Please note: There is an expectation for students to complete their degree structure as sequenced to the right. No more than 10 stage 1 units are to be completed in the course Units of study ENT10001 LAW10004 ECO10002 ACC10007 COM10007 MKT10007 or MGT10001 ENT10002 ENT20006 ENT20005 FIN20011 EDU10015 ENT30011 BUS30010 ENT30013 ENT30012 ENT30010 BUS30009 Introduction to Entrepreneurship Introduction to Business Law Microeconomics Financial Information for Decision Making Professional Communication Practice Fundamentals of Marketing Introduction to Management Introduction to Innovation Start Up Fundamentals Innovation Management Entrepreneurial Venture Finance Careers in the Curriculum (zero credit points) New Venture Development Integrative Business Practice (Capstone Unit) Technology Innovation Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Industry Consulting Project (Capstone Unit) 13

14 Non-Compatible Majors and Minors: Students are unable to choose certain majors and minors where there is a substantial overlap with the major. For this reason students enrolled in BA-BUSEI1 are not able to select the following options: Majors Entrepreneurship and Innovation Major Minors Entrepreneurship and Innovation Minor Unit Substitutions: A unit can only be counted once as part of a major or minor. Where there is an overlap of a unit, students are required to complete a predetermined substitute unit. The following substitute units apply to students enrolled in BA-BUSEI1: Majors Accounting Major - Replace ACC10007 with either ACC30005 or ACC30008 Commercial Law Major - Replace LAW10004 with any one of: ACC30005, LAW30002 or LAW30004 Minors Economics Minor - Replace ECO10002 with any of the following: FIN20012, FIN20013 or FIN30015 Human Resource Management Minor - Replace MGT10001 with any of the following: HRM20016, HRM20015, HRM30009 or HRM

15 BA-BUSFIN3 Bachelor of Business (Finance) The Bachelor of Business (Finance) totals 24 units (300 credit points). The balance of the degree consists of the Business core (8 units of study), the Finance major (8 units of study), and one of the following: A secondary major (8 units of study), minor/s (4 units of study per minor), student enrichment studies or electives. A not-for-credit unit, EDU10015 Careers in the Curriculum, must also be completed. Units of Study ACC10007 COM10007 MGT10001 ECO10002 LAW10004 ECO10003 Financial Information for Decision Making Professional Communication Practice Introduction to Management Microeconomics Introduction to Business Law Macroeconomics Refer to pages for a full list of majors and minors offered by the Faculty of Business and Enterprise. Please note: There is an expectation for students to complete their degree structure as sequenced to the right. No more than 10 stage 1 units are to be completed in the course FIN10002 FIN20014 FIN20012 EDU10015 FIN20013 FIN30014 BUS30010 FIN30015 FIN30016 BUS30009 ENT30010 Financial Statistics Financial Management Financial Markets Careers in the Curriculum (zero credit points) Monetary Policy and Risk Management Financial Risk Management Integrative Business Practice (Capstone Unit) International Finance Management of Investment Portfolios Industry Consulting Project (Capstone Unit) Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship and Innovation 15

16 Non-Compatible Majors and Minors: Students are unable to choose certain majors and minors where there is a substantial overlap with the major. For this reason students enrolled in BA-BUSFIN3 are not able to select the following options: Majors Accounting Major Economics Major Any Finance Major Minors Finance Minor Economics Minor Accounting Advanced Minor for Accounting Students, Forensics Unit Substitutions: A unit can only be counted once as part of a major or minor. Where there is an overlap of a unit, students are required to complete a predetermined substitute unit. The following substitute units apply to students enrolled in BA-BUSFIN3: Majors Accounting Major - Replace ACC10007 with ACC30008 Commercial Law Major - Replace LAW10004 with any of the following: ACC30005, LAW30002 or LAW30005 HRM Major - Replace MGT10001 with HRM20014 or HRM20015 Management Major - Replace MGT10001 with MKT10007 Tourism Management Major - Replace MGT10001 with TOU30002 or TOU30003 Minors Human Resource Management Minor - Replace MGT10001 with any of the following: HRM20016, HRM20015, HRM30009 or HRM

17 BA-BUSHRM5 Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) The Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) totals 24 units (300 credit points). The degree consists of the Business core (8 units of study), the Human Resource Management major (8 units of study), and one of the following: A secondary major (8 units of study), minor/s (4 units of study per minor), student enrichment studies or electives. A not-for-credit unit, EDU10015 Careers in the Curriculum, must also be completed. Refer to pages for a full list of majors and minors offered by the Faculty of Business and Enterprise. Please note: There is an expectation for students to complete their degree structure as sequenced above No more than 10 stage 1 units are to be completed in your course Professional Recognition: Graduates may fulfil the requirements for the Graduate membership of the Australian Human Resource Institute (AHRI) Units of Study MGT10001 ACC10007 ECO10002 HRM10003 LAW10004 HRM20014 COM10007 HRM20016 HRM20017 HRM20015 EDU10015 HRM30008 HRM30002 BUS30010 HRM30009 ENT30010 BUS30009 Introduction to Management Financial Information for Decision Making Microeconomics Human Resource Management Introduction to Business Law Contemporary Issues in HRM Professional Communication Practice Dynamics of Diversity in Organisations Managing Workplace Relations Human Resource Analytics Careers in the Curriculum (zero credit points) Organisational Discourse and Innovation International Human Resource Management Integrative Business Practice (Capstone Unit) Performance Management in Innovation Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Industry Consulting Project (Capstone Unit) 17

18 Non-Compatible Majors and Minors: Students are unable to choose certain majors and minors where there is a substantial overlap with the major. For this reason students enrolled in BA-BUSHRM5 are not able to select the following options: Majors Human Resource Management Major Management Major Minors Human Resource Management Minor Accounting Advanced Minor for Accounting Students, Forensics Applied Management Minor Management and Society Minor Unit Substitutions: A unit can only be counted once as part of a major or minor. Where there is an overlap of a unit, students are required to complete a predetermined substitute unit. The following substitute units apply to students enrolled in BA- BUSHRM5: Majors Accounting Major - Replace ACC10007 with ACC30008 Commercial Law Major - Replace LAW10004 with any of the following: ACC30005, LAW30002 or LAW30005 Management Major - Replace MGT10001 with MKT10007 Tourism Management Major - Replace MGT10001 with TOU30002 or TOU30003 Minors Economics Minor - Replace ECO10002 with any of the following: FIN20012, FIN20013 or FIN

19 BA-BUSIB4 Bachelor of Business (International Business) The Bachelor of Business (International Business) totals 24 units (300 credit points). The degree consists of the Business core (8 units of study), the International Business major (8 units of study), and one of the following: A secondary major (8 units of study), minor/s (4 units of study per minor), student enrichment studies or electives. A not-for-credit unit, EDU10015 Careers in the Curriculum, must also be completed. Refer to pages for a full list of majors and minors offered by the Faculty of Business and Enterprise. Please note: There is an expectation for students to complete their degree structure as sequenced to the right. No more than 10 stage 1 units are to be completed in the course Students wishing to complete 8 units in Human Resource Management (HRM) should select the major; not two HRM minors Units of study ECO10002 ACC10007 COM10007 MGT10001 INB10002 LAW10004 INB20002 INB20009 INB20007 INB20008 EDU10015 INB30011 BUS30010 INB30020 ENT30010 BUS30009 INB30013 Microeconomics Financial Information for Decision Making Professional Communication Practice Introduction to Management Foundations of International Business Introduction to Business Law Australian Global Business Perspective Managing the Global Marketplace Global Business Cultures Global Logistics & Supply Chain Management Careers in the Curriculum (zero credit points) International Investment and Economic Development Integrative Business Practice (Capstone Unit) International Business Strategy Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Industry Consulting Project (Capstone Unit) International Finance and Law 19

20 Non-Compatible Majors and Minors: Students are unable to choose certain majors and minors where there is a substantial overlap with the major. For this reason students enrolled in BA-BUSIB4 are not able to select the following options: Majors International Business Major Minors Trade and Investment Minor Cross-Cultural Management Minor Accounting Advanced Minor for Accounting Students, Forensics Unit Substitutions: A unit can only be counted once as part of a major or minor. Where there is an overlap of a unit, students are required to complete a predetermined substitute unit. The following substitute units apply to students enrolled in BA-BUSIB4: Majors Accounting Major - Replace ACC10007 with ACC30008 Commercial Law Major - Replace LAW10004 with any of the following: ACC30005, LAW30002 or LAW30005 Human Resource Management Major - Replace MGT10001 with HRM20014 or HRM20015 Management Major - Replace MGT10001 with MKT10007 Tourism Management Major - Replace MGT10001 with TOU30002 or TOU30003 Minors Economics Minor - Replace ECO10002 with any of the following: FIN20012, FIN20013 or FIN30015 Human Resource Management Minor - Replace MGT10001 with any of the following: HRM20016, HRM20015, HRM30009 or HRM

21 BA-BUSMGT5 Bachelor of Business (Management) The Bachelor of Business (Management) totals 24 units (300 credit points). The degree consists of the Business core (8 units of study), the Management major (8 units of study), and one of the following: A secondary major (8 units of study), minor/s (4 units of study per minor), student enrichment studies or electives. A not-for-credit unit, EDU10015 Careers in the Curriculum, must also be completed. Refer to pages for a full list of majors and minors offered by the Faculty of Business and Enterprise. Units of study MGT10002 ECO10002 MKT10007 MGT10001 LAW10004 ACC10007 ORG20002 COM10007 Critical Thinking in Management Microeconomics Fundamentals of Marketing Introduction to Management Introduction to Business Law Financial Information for Decision Making Business and Society Professional Communication Practice Please note: There is an expectation for students to complete their degree structure as sequenced to the right. No more than 10 stage 1 units are to be completed in the course ORG20003 ACC20014 EDU10015 ORG30002 BUS30010 MGT30005 BUS30009 ORG30003 ENT30010 Organisational Behaviour Management Decision Making Careers in the Curriculum (zero credit points) Leadership in Context Integrative Business Practice (Capstone Unit) Strategic Planning in Dynamic Environments Industry Consulting Project (Capstone Unit) Sustainable Organisational Design Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship and Innovation 21

22 Non-Compatible Majors and Minors: Students are unable to choose certain majors and minors where there is a substantial overlap with the major. For this reason students enrolled in BA-BUSMGT5 are not able to select the following options: Majors Management Major Minors Accounting Advanced Minor for Accounting Students, Forensics Management and Society Minor Unit Substitutions: A unit can only be counted once as part of a major or minor. Where there is an overlap of a unit, students are required to complete a predetermined substitute unit. The following substitute units apply to students enrolled in BA- BUSMGT5: Majors Accounting Major - Replace ACC10007 with ACC30008 Commercial Law Major - Replace LAW10004 with any of the following: ACC30005, LAW30002 or LAW30005 Human Resource Management Major: Replace MGT10001 with HRM20014 or HRM20015 Marketing Major: Replace MKT10007 with MKT20023 or MKT20024 Tourism Management Major: Replace MGT10001 with TOU30002 or TOU30003 Minors Economics Minor - Replace ECO10002 with any of the following: FIN20012, FIN20013 or FIN30015 Human Resource Management Minor - Replace MGT10001 with any of the following: HRM20016, HRM20015, HRM30009 or HRM

23 BA-BUSMKT6 Bachelor of Business (Marketing) The Bachelor of Business (Marketing) totals 24 units (300 credit points). The degree consists of the Business core (8 units of study), the Marketing major (8 units of study), and one of the following: A secondary major (8 units of study), minor/s (4 units of study per minor), student enrichment studies or electives. A not-for-credit unit, EDU10015 Careers in the Curriculum, must also be completed. Units of study MKT10007 ECO10002 ACC10007 LAW10004 MKT20024 COM10007 Fundamentals of Marketing Microeconomics Financial Information for Decision Making Introduction to Business Law Product and Service Innovation Management Professional Communication Practice Refer to pages for a full list of majors and minors offered by the Faculty of Business and Enterprise. Please note: There is an expectation for students to complete their degree structure as sequenced to the right. No more than 10 stage 1 units are to be completed in the course MKT20025 MKT20019 MKT20023 MKT20021 EDU10015 MKT30015 MKT30017 BUS30010 ENT30010 Consumer Behaviour Marketing Research Marketing Channel Design and Integration Integrated Marketing Communication Careers in the Curriculum (zero credit points) Marketing and Communication Information and Decision Making Branding, Innovation and Design Integrative Business Practice (Capstone Unit) Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship and Innovation BUS30009 MKT30016 Industry Consulting Project (Capstone Unit) Marketing Strategy and Planning 23

24 Non-Compatible Majors and Minors: Students are unable to choose certain majors and minors where there is a substantial overlap with the major. For this reason students enrolled in BA-BUSMKT6 are not able to select the following options: Majors Marketing Major Minors Accounting Advanced Minor for Accounting Students, Forensics Marketing Minor Unit Substitutions: A unit can only be counted once as part of a major or minor. Where there is an overlap of a unit, students are required to complete a predetermined substitute unit. The following substitute units apply to students enrolled in BA-BUSMKT6: Majors Accounting Major - Replace ACC10007 with ACC30005 or ACC30008 Commercial Law Major - Replace LAW10004 with any of the following: ACC30005, LAW30002 or LAW30005 Minors Economics Minor - Replace ECO10002 with any of the following: FIN20012, FIN20013 or FIN

25 BA-BUSPR1 Bachelor of Business (Public Relations) The Bachelor of Business (Public Relations) totals 24 units (300 credit points). The degree consists of the Business core (8 units of study), the Public Relations major (8 units of study), and one of the following: A secondary major (8 units of study), minor/s (4 units of study per minor), student enrichment studies or electives. A not-for-credit unit, EDU10015 Careers in the Curriculum, must also be completed. Refer to pages for a full list of majors and minors offered by the Faculty of Business and Enterprise. Units of study MKT10007 COM10007 PUB20003 LAW10004 ECO10002 MKT20021 ACC10007 Making Fundamentals of Marketing Professional Communication Practice Public Relations Writing Introduction to Business Law Microeconomics Integrated Marketing Communication Financial Information for Decision Please note: There is an expectation for students to complete their degree structure as sequenced to the right. No more than 10 stage 1 units are to be completed in the course PUB20002 PUB20001 Public Relations Theory and Practice Global Public Relations Practice PUB30002 Issues, Crisis and Risk Communication EDU10015 Careers in the Curriculum (zero credit points) PUB30003 PUB30001 BUS30010 MKT30015 BUS30009 ENT30010 Public Relations Project and Campaign Planning Events Management Integrative Business Practice (Capstone Unit) Marketing and Communication Information and Decision Making Industry Consulting Project (Capstone Unit) Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship and Innovation 25

26 Unit Substitutions: A unit can only be counted once as part of a major or minor. Where there is an overlap of a unit, students are required to complete a predetermined substitute unit. The following substitute units apply to students enrolled in BA-BUSPR1: Majors Accounting Major - Replace ACC10007 with ACC30005 or ACC30008 Commercial Law Major - Replace LAW10004 with any of the following: ACC30005, LAW30002 or LAW30005 Marketing Major - Replace MKT10007 with either MKT20023 or MKT20024, Replace MKT20021 and MKT30015 with any two Advertising, Media or Communication units Minors Economics Minor - Replace ECO10002 with any of the following: FIN20012, FIN20013 or FIN30015 Marketing Minor - Replace MKT20021 with MKT20024, Replace MKT30015 with MKT

27 BA-BUSTM4 Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) The Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) totals 24 units (300 credit points). The degree consists of the Business core (8 units of study), the Tourism Management major (8 units of study), and one of the following: A secondary major (8 units of study), minor/s (4 units of study per minor), student enrichment studies or electives. A not-for-credit unit, EDU10015 Careers in the Curriculum, must also be completed. Refer to pages for a full list of majors and minors offered by the Faculty of Business and Enterprise. Please note: There is an expectation for students to complete their degree structure as sequenced to the right. No more than 10 stage 1 units are to be completed in the course Units of study TOU10001 ECO10002 MGT10001 COM10007 LAW10004 ACC10007 TOU20008 TOU20006 TOU20003 TOU20004 EDU10015 TOU30004 TOU30003 BUS30010 TOU30002 BUS30009 ENT30010 Introduction to Tourism Microeconomics Introduction to Management Professional Communication Practice Introduction to Business Law Financial Information for Decision Making Contemporary Issues In Tourism Tourist Destination Management Special Interest Tourism Tourism Enterprise Development Careers in the Curriculum (zero credit points) Tourism Planning and Resource Management Tourism Communications Integrative Business Practice (Capstone Unit) Global Tourism Futures Industry Consulting Project (Capstone Unit) Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship and Innovation 27

28 Non-Compatible Majors and Minors: Students are unable to choose certain majors and minors where there is a substantial overlap with the major. For this reason students enrolled in BA-BUSTM4 are not able to select the following options: Majors Tourism Management Major Minors Tourism Management Minor Unit Substitutions: A unit can only be counted once as part of a major or minor. Where there is an overlap of a unit, students are required to complete a predetermined substitute unit. The following substitute units apply to students enrolled in BA-BUSTM4: Majors Accounting Major - Replace ACC10007 with ACC30008 Commercial Law Major - Replace LAW10004 with any of the following: ACC30005, LAW30002 or LAW30005 Human Resource Management Major - Replace MGT10001 with HRM20014 or HRM20015 Management Major - Replace MGT10001 with MKT10007 Minors Economics Minor - Replace ECO10002 with any of the following: FIN20012, FIN20013 or FIN30015 Human Resource Management Minor - Replace MGT10001 with any of the following: HRM20016, HRM20015, HRM30009 or HRM

29 BCOI140 Bachelor of Commerce (Italian) The Bachelor of Commerce (Italian) totals 24 units (300 credit points)*. The structure consists of a 16 unit (200 credit points)* commerce major chosen from the list below and an 8 unit (100 credit points) Italian language co- major. A not-for-credit unit, EDU10015 Careers in the Curriculum, must also be completed. Students must select one of the following commerce majors: Accounting* Commercial Law Finance Entrepreneurship and Innovation Human Resource Management International Business Management Marketing *Students choosing an Accounting major are required to complete a total of 26 units (325 credit points) to comply with professional recognition requirements. Within the Italian major, the 8 language units are offered as either a Beginners Stream with no prerequisite language requirement, or for students who have completed VCE Italian or equivalent, as an Advanced Stream. Italian Major Beginners Stream LIN10001 ITA10009 ITA10003 ITA10004 ITA20009 ITA20010 ITA20005 ITA30014 Introduction to Languages The Making of Italy Introductory Italian A Introductory Italian B Intermediate Italian A Intermediate Italian B Business Italian for Beginners Italian in the professional World Italian Major Advanced Stream LIN10001 ITA10009 ITA20009 ITA20010 ITA30006 ITA30007 ITA20003 ITA30014 Introduction to Languages The Making of Italy Intermediate Italian A Intermediate Italian B Advanced Italian A Advanced Italian B Business Italian for Advanced Italian in the Professional World Please note: Students may not complete more than 10 stage 1 units Students must refer to relevant exclusions and unit substitutions as listed under each of the commerce major 29

30 BCOJ140 Bachelor of Commerce (Japanese) The Bachelor of Commerce (Japanese) totals 24 units (300 credit points)*. The structure consists of a 16 unit (200 credit points)* commerce major, chosen from the list below, and an 8 unit (100 credit points) Japanese language co- major. A not-for-credit unit, EDU10015 Careers in the Curriculum, must also be completed. Students must select one of the following commerce majors: Accounting* Commercial Law Finance Entrepreneurship and Innovation Human Resource Management International Business Management Marketing *Students choosing an Accounting major are required to complete a total of 26 units (325 credit points) to comply with professional recognition requirements. Within the Japanese Major, the 8 language units are offered as either a Beginners Stream with no prerequisite language requirement or as an Advanced Stream for students who have completed VCE Japanese or equivalent. Japanese Major Beginners Stream LIN10001 Introduction to Languages JAP10002 Introduction to Japan JAP10003 Elementary Japanese 1 JAP10004 Elementary Japanese 2 JAP10005 Elementary Japanese 3 JAP20004 Intermediate Japanese 1 JAP20005 Intermediate Japanese 2 JAP20006 Intermediate Japanese 3 Japanese Major Advanced Stream LIN10001 Introduction to Languages JAP20004 Intermediate Japanese 1 JAP20005 Intermediate Japanese 2 JAP20006 Intermediate Japanese 3 JAP30003 Advanced Japanese 1 JAP30004 Advanced Japanese 2 JAP30005 Advanced Japanese 3 POL30005 Northeast Asia and India Business Context Please note: Students may not complete more than 10 stage 1 units Students must refer to relevant exclusions and unit substitutions as listed under each of the commerce major 30

31 Majors offered by the Faculty of Business and Enterprise A major is a sequence normally consisting of a fixed grouping of 8 units (100 credit points). The following pages outline the various majors that may be available within the Faculty of Business and Enterprise. Please note Substitute Units have been identified to replace units which have already been completed in the major area of study. Students must refer to relevant exclusions and unit substitutions as listed under each of the commerce majors. Business Secondary Majors Accounting major ACC10007 Financial Information for Decision Making FIN10002 Financial Statistics ACC10008 Financial Information Systems ACC20007 Management Accounting for Planning & Control ACC20013 Company Accounting FIN20014 Financial Management ACC30008 Auditing Choose one of the following: ACC30008 Accounting Theory ACC30005 Taxation BA-BUSCL students replace ACC30005 with one of: ECO10003 Macroeconomics ACC30009 Analysis for Competitive Advantage Commercial Law Major - For All Students LAW10004 Introduction to Business Law LAW20004 Company Law LAW10007 Contract Law LAW10008 Environment & Natural Resources Law LAW20005 Marketing Law LAW30003 Intellectual Property Law Choose two of the following: LAW20006 International Business Law LAW30002 Finance Law ACC30005 Taxation Sarawak only: HRM20017 Managing Workplace Relations (This may be a replacement unit for LAW10008 Environment and Natural Resources Law for Sarawak students) Economics Major - For Business Students FIN10002 Financial Statistics ECO10003 Macroeconomics FIN20014 Financial Management FIN20012 Financial Markets FIN20013 Monetary Policy & Risk Management FIN30016 Management of Investment Portfolios FIN30014 Financial Risk Management FIN30015 International Finance 31

32 Entrepreneurship & Innovation Major - For All Students ENT10001 Introduction to Entrepreneurship ENT10002 Introduction to Innovation ENT20006 Start Up Fundamentals ENT20005 Innovation Management ENT30011 New Venture Development ENT30013 Technology Innovation ENT30012 Social Entrepreneurship & Innovation Choose one of the following: FIN20011 Entrepreneurial Venture Finance ENT30010 Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship & Innovation Finance Major - For All Students ACC10007 Financial Information for Decision Making ECO10002 Microeconomics FIN10002 Financial Statistics ECO10003 Macroeconomics FIN20014 Financial Management Choose one of the following: FIN20012 Financial Markets FIN20013 Monetary Policy & Risk Management Choose two of the following: FIN30014 Financial Risk Management FIN30015 International Finance FIN30016 Management of Investment Portfolios Finance Major - For Business Students FIN10002 Financial Statistics ECO10003 Macroeconomics FIN20014 Financial Management FIN20003 Personal Investment LAW30002 Finance Law FIN30016 Management of Investment Portfolios FIN30014 Financial Risk Management FIN30015 International Finance BA-BUSCL students replace LAW30002 with one of: FIN20012 Financial Markets FIN20013 Monetary Policy and Risk Management Human Resource Management Major For All Students MGT10001 Introduction to Management HRM10003 Human Resource Management HRM20017 Managing Workplace Relations HRM20016 Dynamics of Diversity in Organisations HRM30008 Organisational Discourse and Innovation HRM30002 International HRM HRM30009 Performance Management and Innovation Choose one of the following: HRM20014 Contemporary Issues in HRM HRM20015 Human Resource Analytics 32

33 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MAJOR FOR ALL STUDENTS INB10002 Foundations of International Business INB20002 Australian Global Business Perspective INB20009 Managing the Global Marketplace INB20007 Global Business Cultures INB20008 Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management INB30016 International Investment & Economic Development INB30020 International Business Strategy Choose one of the following: INB30013 International Finance and Law INB30018 Southeast Asia Business Context INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MAJOR SARAWAK ONLY INB10002 Foundations of International Business INB20009 Managing the Global Marketplace INB20007 Global Business Cultures INB20008 Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management INB30016 International Investment & Economic Development INB30020 International Business Strategy INB30013 International Finance and Law INB30018 Southeast Asia Business Context Management Major For Business Students MGT10001 Introduction to Management MGT10002 Critical Thinking in Management ORG20003 Organisational Behaviour ORG20002 Business and Society MGT30005 Strategic Planning in Dynamic Environments ORG30003 Sustainable Organisational Design ORG30002 Leadership in Context ACC20008 Management Decision Making Students who have completed MGT10001 complete: MKT10007 Fundamentals of Marketing Management Major For All Students MGT10001 Introduction to Management MGT10002 Critical Thinking in Management ACC10007 Financial Information for Decision Making ORG20003 Organisational Behaviour ORG20002 Business and Society MGT30005 Strategic Planning in Dynamic Environments ORG30003 Sustainable Organisational Design ORG30002 Leadership in Context 33

34 Marketing Major - For All Students MKT10007 Fundamentals of Marketing MKT20025 Consumer Behaviour MKT20019 Marketing Research MKT20021 Integrated Marketing Communication MKT30017 Branding, Innovation & Design MKT30016 Marketing Strategy and Planning MKT30015 Marketing & Communication Information & Decision Making Choose one of the following: MKT20024 Product and Service Innovation Management MKT20023 Marketing Channel Design and Integration BA-BUSADV5 students replace MKT20025 with: MKT30017 Branding, Innovation and Design BA-BUSPR5 students replace MKT20021 and MKT30015 with: Any two units from ADV, MED or COM Tourism Management Major - For All Students MGT10001 Introduction to Management TOU10001 Introduction to Tourism TOU20008 Contemporary Issues in Tourism TOU20006 Tourist Destination Management TOU20003 Special Interest Tourism TOU20004 Tourism Enterprise Development TOU30004 Tourism Planning & Resource Management Choose one of the following: TOU30003 Tourism Communications TOU30002 Global Tourism Futures 34

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