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Diploma of Commerce

Graduation requirements

To graduate with the Diplom of Commerce, students must successfully complete the eight core subjects (64 points).

To graduate with the Bachelor of Business, students must successfully complete 24 subjects (192 points). Students must nominate a specialisation consisting of 10 subjects, and will also be required to choose an additional six elective subjects.

Students should check subject availability and prerequisites, as not all subjects are offered each session, or in both distance education and internal study modes. A list of subjects on offer is available from Student Administration. For any inquiries, consult the Course Coordinator, Courses Manager or Course Administrative Officer.

Study Mode

Online Education, Distance Learning & External study modes available

What is this course about?

CSU's Diploma of Commerce is designed to give graduates a broad range of skills to furnish good prospects in a wide range of career paths, in both private and government organisations.

The Diploma of Commerce articulates with the Bachelor of Business (specialisations) and all subjects completed in the Diploma of Commerce are credited towards the Bachelor degree.

Note: upon graduation with the Diploma of Commerce, those wishing to continue with the Bachelor of Business (specialisations) will need to apply for admission.

CSU's specialisations in the Bachelor of Business have a national reputation for excellence.

The course will help you become acquainted with the substance of business so that you can aspire to accept responsibility and learn to manage technical and organisational change. It will also provide you with skills that will help you become an effective manager, able to understand the needs of your subordinates, apply technology, and have an extensive knowledge of the political, economic and social environments.

The end result will be a depth of understanding that will help you become a successful, ethical and professionally responsible businessperson.

In the Diploma of Commerce you will study eight prescribed core subjects that enable you to sample a variety of disciplines. Students who then enrol in the Bachelor of Business will then specialise in any of the areas listed below.

Specialisations:

  • Accounting
  • Banking
  • Finance
  • Human Resource Management
  • Insurance
  • Management
  • Marketing *

* This specialisation is available to international students for on campus study through CSU Study Centre Sydney or Melbourne, operated in conjunction with Study Group Australia.

Your course is recognised by industry

The Bachelor of Business is a nationally accredited and registered award in tertiary education.

Course structure

The course consists of three core subjects, seven foundation subjects, nine specialisation subjects and five electives (except in Accounting and Insurance specialisations where there are three core subjects, five foundation subjects, ten specialisation subjects and six electives).

Students who are enrolled in a double degree of which this course is a component, may substitute three (3) subjects in the core, foundation or specialisation with subjects from the non-business degree. Subjects may only be substituted on approval by the course manager.

Study at CSU Study Centres

Students may also undertake the following Bachelor of Business specialisations through a CSU Study centre in Sydney or Melbourne. Students are advised to check the core, foundation subjects and the relevant specialisation’s course structure and enrolment pattern for specific requirements.

  • Accounting
  • Human Resource Management
  • Management
  • Marketing

Core Subjects (all specialisations)

ACC100 Accounting 1: Information for Business
MGT100 Organisations and Management
MKT110 Marketing & Society

Foundation Subjects

(specialisations in Banking, Human Resource Management, Management and Marketing)

BUS220 Business Placement 1
ITC105 Business and Technical Communication
LAW205 Legal issues for business
ECO130 Business Economics
MGT230 Ethics, Sustainability and Culture
MGT330 Business Strategy
QBM120 Business Research Methods

Foundation subjects

(Accounting, Finance and Insurance specialisations)

ACC110 Accounting 2: Management Decisions
ECO110 Microeconomics
ECO120 Macroeconomics
LAW110 Business Law
QBM117 Business Statistics

Specialisations available

Accounting

ACC200 Accounting Systems
ACC210 Management Accounting 1
ACC222 External Reporting
ACC310 Management Accounting 2
ACC322 Company Accounting
ACC331 Auditing & Assurance Services
ACC341 Accounting Theory
FIN211 Financial Management
LAW220 Business Organisations Law
LAW301 Taxation Law (Principles)

Banking

FIN211 Financial Management
FIN221 Investments
FIN230 Financial Institutions and Markets
FIN310 Commercial Banking and Finance
FIN320 Financial Institutions Lending
FIN331 Financial Planning
FIN340 International Finance
LAW330 Finance Law
LAW220 Business Organisation Law

Finance

ECO220 Macroeconomic Analysis
FIN211 Financial Management
FIN221 Investments
FIN230 Financial Institutions & Markets
FIN331 Financial Planning
FIN340 International Finance
FIN350 Strategic Financial Management
FIN360 Treasury Risk Management
FIN370 Funds Management
LAW330 Finance Law

Human Resource Management

ECO210 Labour Economics
HRM210 Human Resource Management
HRM310 Developing Human Resources
HRM320 Issues in Human Resource Management
HRM330 Strategic Human Resource Management
INR210 Industrial Relations in Australia
LAW370 Law of Employment
MGT210 Organisational Behaviour
MGT320 Managing Change

Insurance

The students have a choice of two strands in the Insurance specialisation.

General Insurance Strand:

INS101 Insurance Foundations
INS102 Introduction to Insurance Classes and Products
INS201 Policy and Claims Handling
INS202 Introduction to Underwriting
INS203 Insurance Law and Regulation I
INS204 Insurance Law and Regulation II

and two from the following six subjects, each of which relates to a particular class of insurance:
INS301 Liability Underwriting Management
INS302 Personal Lines Underwriting Management
INS303 Commercial Lines Underwriting Management A
INS304 Commercial Lines Underwriting Management B
INS305 Marine Underwriting Management
INS306 Statutory Classes Underwriting Management

and two from the following six subjects, each of which relates to a particular class of insurance:
INS311 Liability Claims Management
INS312 Personal Lines Claims Management
INS313 Commercial Lines Claims Management A
INS314 Commercial Lines Claims Management B
INS315 Marine Claims Management
INS316 Statutory Classes Claims Management

Insurance Broking Strand

INS101 Insurance Foundations
INS201 Policy and Claims handling
INS203 Insurance Law and Regulation I
INS204 Insurance Law and Regulation II
INS205 Risk Assessment and Management
INS206 Managing Broking Operations

and two from the following six subjects, each of which relates to a particular class of insurance:
INS301 Liability Underwriting Management
INS302 Personal Lines Underwriting Management
INS303 Commercial Lines Underwriting Management A
INS304 Commercial Lines Underwriting Management B
INS305 Marine Underwriting Management
INS306 Statutory Classes Underwriting Management

and two from the following six subjects, each of which relates to a particular class of insurance:
INS311 Liability Claims Management
INS312 Personal Lines Claims Management
INS313 Commercial Lines Claims Management A
INS314 Commercial Lines Claims Management B
INS315 Marine Claims Management
INS316 Statutory Classes Claims Management

Note: students who have completed ANZIIF subjects prior to 2001 will be awarded credit for the following subjects instead of those listed above in the second and third groupings.

INS307 Underwriting II
INS308 Policy Coverage II
INS317 Claims Management I
INS318 Claims Management II

Management

HRM210 Human Resource Management
INR210 Industrial Relations in Australia
LAW220 Business Organisations Law
MGT210 Organisational Behaviour
MGT290 Project Management
MGT310 Service Operations Management
MGT320 Managing Change
MGT340 International Business Management
MGT367 Leadership Issues

Marketing

MKT220 Buyer Behaviour
MKT230 Market Research
MKT235 Brand Management
MKT240 Market Analysis
MKT260 International Marketing
MKT310 Marketing Communications
MKT335 Marketing of Services
MKT336 B2B Marketing
MKT350 Product Innovation Management

Electives

Students must choose five electives either by:

  • completing a joint study in another discipline area, which will be included on the testamur, and adding the number of free electives needed to bring the total number of subjects to 24; or by
  • selecting five free electives. A free elective is any undergraduate subject offered by Charles Sturt University provided prerequisites and enrolment restrictions have been met.

Students must ensure that there are no more than 12 level one subjects in their degree. The level of a subject is designated by the first digit in the subject code, e.g. ACC100 is a level one subject.

University Certificate in Business

Students must complete eight (8) of the following subjects:
ACC100 Accounting 1: Information for Business
BUS220 Business Placement 1
ECO130 Business Economics
ITC105 Business and Technical Communication
LAW205 Legal issues for business
MGT100 Organisations and Management
MGT230 Ethics, Sustainability and Culture
MGT330 Business Strategy
MKT110 Marketing & Society
QBM120 Business Research Methods

Joint Studies

A joint study is a prescribed set of subjects taken from a discipline other than the chosen specialisation. Students are then able to use the title of the joint study in conjunction with the specialisation (e.g. Bachelor of Business (Accounting/Finance).

For a Joint Study either from within the Faculty of Business or consisting of subjects from another Faculty, students must take an established sequence or set of five subjects. Established sequences are determined by the Faculty Board. Students must ensure that they take the necessary pre-requisites.

If a Joint Study is chosen from those offered within the Faculty of Business, it must be in an area other than that of the specialisation chosen. No more than two subjects can be counted towards a Joint Study if they have already been undertaken as part of either the core or a specialisation. A student cannot claim more than one Joint Study.

Accounting joint study

ACC100 Accounting 1: Information for Business
ACC110 Accounting 2: Management Decisions
ACC200 Accounting Systems

and any two of the following subjects which are not part of the student's specialisation:

ACC210 Management Accounting 1
ACC222 External Reporting
ACC310 Management Accounting 2
ACC322 Company Accounting

Banking joint study

FIN211 Financial Management
FIN230 Financial Institutions and Markets
FIN310 Commercial Banking & Finance
FIN320 Financial Institutions Lending
LAW330 Finance Law

Note: Finance students should substitute LAW220 Business Organisations Law for LAW330 Finance Law.

Business Chinese joint study

Four subjects from:
BUS301 Business Language and Culture (Economics)
BUS302 Business Language and Culture (Marketing)
BUS303 Business Language and Culture (Management)
BUS304 Business Language and Culture (Accounting)
BUS305 Business Language and Culture (Information Technology)
and one from:
ACC260 International Accounting
ECO320 International Economics
FIN340 International Finance
LAW335 International Business Law
MGT250 Asia-Pacific Business
MGT340 International Business Management
MKT260 International Marketing

Note: the four Business Language and Culture subjects are undertaken in a single session at a partner institution in China. Students should consult the Course Coordinator about this joint study.

Management joint study

MGT310 Service Operations Management
MGT320 Managing Change
MGT330 Business Strategy
and two from:
LAW220 Business Organisations Law
MGT210 Organisational Behaviour
MGT340 International Business Management
INR310 Comparative Industrial Relations
ECO210 Labour Economics

Economics joint study

Five of the following:
ECO110 Microeconomics
ECO120 Macroeconomics
ECO210 Labour Economics
ECO215 Managerial Economics for Business Strategy
ECO220 Macroeconomic Analysis
ECO240 Forecasting for Business
ECO320 International Economics
ECO330 Urban & Regional Economics
ECO355 Contemporary Economic Issues
ECO356 Environmental Economics

eCommerce joint study

ACC200 Accounting Systems
or
ITC105 Business and Technical Communication
ITC331 Security, Privacy and Ethics
LAW200 Commercial Activities: Law and Policy
LAW395 Electronic Commerce and the Law
MGT220 e-Commerce

Finance joint study

FIN211 Financial Management
FIN221 Investments
FIN230 Financial Institutions & Markets
and two (three for Banking and Insurance students) from:
FIN331 Financial Planning
FIN340 International Finance
FIN350 Strategic Financial Management
FIN360 Treasury Risk Management
FIN370 Funds Management

Financial Planning joint study

FIN211 Financial Management
FIN221 Investments
FIN331 Financial Planning
FIN380 Superannuation
LAW301 Taxation Law (Principles)

Note: Finance and Banking students should substitute LAW302 Taxation Law (Issues) for FIN211

Human Resource Management joint study

HRM310 Developing Human Resources
HRM320 Issues in Human Resource Management
HRM330 Strategic Human Resource Management
and two from:
ECO210 Labour Economics
HRM210 Human Resource Management
INR310 Comparative Industrial Regulations
LAW370 Law of Employment
MGT210 Organisational Behaviour

Industrial Relations joint study

INR210 Industrial Relations in Australia
LAW240 Industrial Law
INR310 Comparative Industrial Relations
LAW370 Law of Employment
and one from:
ECO210 Labour Economics
HRM210 Human Resource Management
LAW260 Administrative Law
MGT320 Managing Change

Information Systems joint study

ITC114 Database Management Systems
ITC211 Systems Analysis
and three of the following, only one of which may be at Level 1:
ITC105 Business and Technical Communication
ITC106 Programming Principles
ITC161 Introduction to Information Technology
ITC204 User Interface Design and Evaluation\
ITC206 Programming in Java 1
ITC214 Database Implementation
ITC215 Modelling and Decision Support
ITC216 Online Multimedia
ITC230 Introduction to Web Development
ITC240 IT Infrastructure Management
ITC242 Introduction to Data Communications
ITC301 IT Project Management
ITC331 Security, Privacy and Ethics
ITC383 Strategic Information Management

International Business joint study

MGT250 Asia-Pacific Business
MGT340 International Business Management
and three from:
ECO320 International Economics
FIN340 International Finance
INR310 Comparative Industrial Relations
LAW335 International Business Law
MKT260 International Marketing

Legal Studies joint study

LAW110 Business Law or LAW205 Legal issues for Business
and four from:
LAW200 Commercial Activities: Law & Policy
LAW220 Business Organisations Law
LAW240 Industrial Law
LAW260 Administrative Law
LAW301 Taxation Law (Principles)
LAW302 Taxation Law (Issues)
LAW330 Finance Law
LAW335 International Business Law
LAW350 Advanced Commercial Law
LAW370 Law of Employment
LAW395 Electronic Commerce and the Law

Marketing joint study

MKT110 Marketing & Society
MKT220 Buyer Behaviour
MKT230 Market Research
and two from the following:
MKT260 International Marketing
MKT310 Marketing Communications
MKT335 Marketing of Services
MKT336 B2B Marketing
MKT340 Strategic Marketing Management
MKT350 Product Innovation Management

Tourism Management joint study

INR210 Industrial Relations in Australia
MGT230 Ethics, Sustainability and Culture or TRM210 Introduction to Tourism
TRM330 Issues in Tourism Policy & Planning
TRM360 Tourism Event Management

From outside the Faculty

Advertising joint study (internal mode only)

ADV203 Principles of Advertising
ADV204 Advertising Media
ADV310 Advertising Strategy and Management
ADV311 Advertising Workshop (16 points)

Agribusiness joint study

AGB233 Agribusiness Management 1
AGB250 International Agriproduct Trade
AGB450 Agribusiness Management 2
AGB410 Agribusiness Marketing
Plus one of the following:
AHT102 Introduction to Agriculture and Horticulture Systems
AGR220 Extension

Cultural Heritage Management joint study

PKM160 Natural Resource Management
PKM260 Interpretive Planning
PKM266 Cultural Resource Management
Plus either
PKM397 Heritage Site Management (16 points)
or
PKM398 Cultural Heritage Policy & Planning (16 points)

Crop Production joint study

AGR120 Introduction to Agricultural Systems
PSC272 Agronomy 1
PSC273 Agronomy 2
PSC310 Integrated Weed Management
PSC341 Pesticide Management

Ecotourism joint study

REC200 Principles of Ecotourism
and four from:
REC167 Recreation Leadership & Communication
REC305 Advanced Principles of Ecotourism
REC400 Interpretive Guiding Management in Ecotourism
PKM230 Social Psychology of Risk in Outdoor Recreation
PKM260 Interpretive Planning
PKM302 Philosophy of Outdoor Recreation

Hospitality joint study

This joint study is awarded on the basis of a completed AQF VET Certificate IV in Hospitality plus another CSU subject. Students should consult the Course Coordinator about this joint study.

Completed TAFE AQF VET Certificate IV in Hospitality
plus either
MKT220 Buyer Behaviour
or
TRM210 Introduction to Tourism

Leisure and Health joint study

LES101 Introduction to Leisure and Health
LES102 Leisure Programming with Diverse Populations
LES202 Community Leisure & Health Issues
LES301 Advanced Program Planning for Leisure
LES302 Leisure and Social Relations

Organisational Communication and Public Relations joint study

COM116 Principles and Practices of Public Relations
COM115 Media Audiences and Public Opinion
COM218 Organisational Communication
and two from
COM215 Public Relations Process
COM318 Public Affairs
COM316 Advertising and Public Relations Research
COM334 Organisational Communication Research
COM335 Contemporary and Future Issues in Public Relations and Organisational Communication

Psychology joint study

PSY101 Foundations of Psychology 1M
PSY102 Foundations of Psychology 2M
PSY201 Research Methods in Psychology
PSY204 Psychological Testing
and one from:
PSY305 Psychology of Personality
PSY307 Cognition

Note: Students who have completed QBM117 Business Statistics, QBM217 Advanced Business Statistics and MKT230 Marketing Research are not required to complete PSY201 Research Methods in Psychology.

Sociology joint study

SOC101 Introductory Sociology
SOC102 Social Inequality
Plus
Three SOC coded subjects, at least one at Level 2 and one at Level 3.

Vocational Training joint study

Students must complete:
EEE220 Program Design and Assessment in VET
EPT210 Training in Workplaces
EPT301 Teaching and Training in VET (16 Points/two sessions)
And one subject from:
EEB320 VET and the Workplace Environment
EEB330 Developing the VET Practioner
EMT220 Flexible Delivery in VET Sector
EPT320 High Level Facilitation Skills for Post Compulsory Education

Enrolment pattern

Accounting specialisation

Full-time suggested study sequence
Session 1 (Autumn)

ACC100 Accounting 1: Information for Business
ECO110 Microeconomics
LAW110 Business Law
MGT100 Organisations & Management

Session 2 (Spring)

ACC110 Accounting 2: Management Decisions
ECO120 Macroeconomics
MKT110 Marketing & Society
QBM117 Business Statistics

Session 3 (Autumn)

ACC200 Accounting Systems
ACC210 Management Accounting 1
FIN211 Financial Management
[Elective 1]

Session 4 (Spring)

ACC222 External Reporting
LAW220 Business Organisations Law
[Elective 2]
[Elective 3]

Session 5 (Autumn)

ACC322 Company Accounting
ACC331 Auditing & Assurance Services
LAW301 Taxation Law (Principles)
[Elective 4]

Session 6 (Spring)

ACC310 Management Accounting 2
ACC341 Accounting Theory
[Elective 5]
[Elective 6]

Part-time/distance education suggested study sequence
Session 1 (Autumn)

ACC100 Accounting 1: Information for Business
ECO110 Microeconomics

Session 2 (Spring)

ACC110 Accounting 2: Management Decisions
LAW110 Business Law

Session 3 (Autumn)

MKT110 Marketing & Society
QBM117 Business Statistics

Session 4 (Spring)

ECO120 Macroeconomics
MGT100 Organisations and Management

Session 5 (Autumn)

ACC200 Accounting Systems
FIN211 Financial Management

Session 6 (Spring)

LAW220 Business Organisations Law
[Elective 1]

Session 7 (Autumn)

ACC210 Management Accounting 1
[Elective 2]

Session 8 (Spring)

ACC222 External Reporting
[Elective 3]

Session 9 (Autumn)

ACC322 Company Accounting
LAW301 Taxation Law (Principles)

Session 10 (Spring)

ACC310 Management Accounting 2
[Elective 4]

Session 11 (Autumn)

ACC331 Auditing & Assurance Services
[Elective 5]

Session 12 (Spring)

ACC341 Accounting Theory
[Elective 6]

Banking specialisation

Distance education suggested study sequence
Session 1 (Autumn)

ACC100 Accounting 1: Information for Business
MGT100 Organisations and Management

Session 2 (Spring)

MKT110 Marketing & Society
ITC105.htmlBusiness and Technical Communication

Session 3 (Autumn)

MGT230 Ethics, Sustainability and Culture
ECO130 Business Economics

Session 4 (Spring)

LAW205 Legal issues for business
QBM120 Business Research Methods

Session 5 (Autumn)

FIN230 Financial Institutions and Markets
[Elective 1]

Session 6 (Spring)

FIN211 Financial Management
[Elective 2]

Session 7 (Autumn)

LAW330 Finance Law
BUS220 Business Placement 1

Session 8 (Spring)

FIN221 Investments
FIN331 Financial Planning

Session 9 (Autumn)

FIN340 International Finance
[Elective 3]

Session 10 (Spring)

LAW220 Business Organisation Law
[Elective 4]

Session 11 (Autumn)

FIN310 Commercial Banking and Finance
[Elective 5]

Session 12 (Spring)

FIN320 Financial Institutions Lending
MGT330 Business Strategy

Finance specialisation

Part-time/distance education suggested study sequence
Session 1 (Autumn)

ACC100 Accounting 1: Information for Business
ECO110 Microeconomics

Session 2 (Spring)

MKT110 Marketing Principles
QBM117 Business Statistics

Session 3 (Autumn)

ECO120 Macroeconomics
LAW110 Business Law

Session 4 (Spring)

ACC110 Accounting 2: Management Decisions
MGT100 Organisations & Management

Session 5 (Autumn)

FIN230 Financial Institutions & Markets
[Elective 1]

Session 6 (Spring)

FIN211 Financial Management
[Elective 2]

Session 7 (Autumn)

ECO220 Macroeconomic Analysis
[Elective 3]

Session 8 (Spring)

FIN221 Investments
FIN331 Financial Planning

Session 9 (Autumn)

FIN340 International Finance
LAW330 Finance Law

Session 10 (Spring)

FIN360 Treasury Risk Management
[ Elective 4]

Session 11 (Autumn)

FIN370 Funds Management
[Elective 5]

Session 12 (Spring)

FIN350 Strategic Financial Management
[Elective 6]

Human Resource Management specialisation

Distance education suggested study sequence
Session 1 (Autumn)

MGT100 Organisations and Management
ITC105 Business and Technical Communication

Session 2 (Spring)

MKT110 Marketing & Society
ACC100 Accounting 1: Information for Business

Session 3 (Autumn)

HRM210 Human Resource Management
ECO130 Business Economics

Session 4 (Spring)

LAW205 Legal issues for business
QBM120 Business Research Methods

Session 5 (Autumn)

MGT230 Ethics, Sustainability and Culture
[Elective 1]

Session 6 (Spring)

INR210 Industrial Relations in Australia
[Elective 2]

Session 7 (Autumn)

MGT210 Organisational Behaviour
BUS220 Business Placement 1

Session 8 (Spring)

LAW370 Law of Employment
[Elective 3]

Session 9 (Autumn)

HRM310 Developing Human Resources
[Elective 4]

Session 10 (Spring)

ECO210 Labour Economics
HRM320 Issues in Human Resource Management

Session 11 (Autumn)

MGT320 Managing Change
HRM330 Strategic Human Resource Management

Session 12 (Spring)

[Elective 5]
MGT330 Business Strategy

Insurance specialisation

Suggested enrolment pattern for Diploma entrants (Autumn intake)
Session 1 (Autumn)

ACC110 Accounting 2: Management Decisions
ECO110 Microeconomics

Session 2 (Spring)

ECO120 Macroeconomics
FIN211 Financial Management

Session 3 (Autumn)

FIN221 Investments
FIN230 Financial Institutions and Markets

Session 4 (Spring)

Two of the following:
FIN340 International Finance
FIN360 Treasury Risk Management
FIN370 Funds Management

Session 5 (Autumn)

FIN331 Financial Planning
FIN350 Strategic Financial Management

Suggested enrolment pattern for Diploma entrants (Spring intake)
Session 1 (Spring)

ACC110 Accounting 2: Management Decisions
ECO110 Microeconomics

Session 2 (Autumn)

ECO120 Macroeconomics
FIN211 Financial Management

Session 3 (Spring)

FIN221 Investments
FIN230 Financial Institutions and Markets

Session 4 (Autumn)

FIN331 Financial Planning
FIN350 Strategic Financial Management

Session 5 (Spring)

Two of the following:
FIN340 International Finance
FIN360 Treasury Risk Management
FIN370 Funds Management

Other entrants will have some flexibility about enrolment patterns since the core subjects and the first three subjects in the finance joint study are offered in both Autumn and Spring sessions.

Management specialisation

Full-time suggested study sequence
Session 1 (Autumn)

ACC100 Accounting 1: Information for Business
ITC105.htmlBusiness and Technical Communication
MKT110 Marketing & Society
MGT100 Organisations and Management

Session 2 (Spring)

MGT230 Ethics, Sustainability and Culture
ECO130 Business Economics
LAW205 Legal Issues for Business
QBM120 Business Research Methods

Session 3 (Autumn)

HRM210 Human Resource Management
MGT290 Project Management
[Elective 1]
[Elective 2]

Session 4 (Spring)

BUS220 Business Placement 1
INR210 Industrial Relations in Australia
LAW220 Business Organisations Law
MGT210 Organisational Behaviour

Session 5 (Autumn)

MGT310 Service Operations Management
MGT320 Managing Change
[Elective 3]
[Elective 4]

Session 6 (Spring)

MGT330 Business Strategy
MGT340 International Business Management
MGT367 Leadership Issues
[Elective 5]

Distance education suggested study sequence
Session 1 (Autumn)

MGT100 Organisations and Management
ITC105.htmlBusiness and Technical Communication

Session 2 (Spring)

MKT110 Marketing & Society
ACC100 Accounting 1: Information for Business

Session 3 (Autumn)

ECO130 Business Economics
MGT210 Organisational Behaviour

Session 4 (Spring)

LAW205 Legal issues for business
QBM120 Business Research Methods

Session 5 (Autumn)

MGT230 Ethics, Sustainability and Culture
HRM210 Human Resource Management

Session 6 (Spring)

INR210 Industrial Relations in Australia
LAW220 Business Organisations Law

Session 7 (Autumn)

BUS220 Business Placement 1
[Elective 1]

Session 8 (Spring)

]Elective 2]
[Elective 3]

Session 9 (Autumn)

MGT310 Service Operations Management
MGT320 Managing Change

Session 10 (Spring)

MGT340 International Business Management
[Elective 4]

Session 11 (Autumn)

MGT290 Project Management
MGT367 Leadership Issues

Session 12 (Spring)

MGT330 Business Strategy
[Elective 5]

Marketing specialisation

Full-time suggested study sequence
Session 1 (Autumn)

ACC100 Accounting 1: Information for Business
ITC105 Business and Technical Communication
MGT100 Organisations and Management
MKT110 Marketing & Society

Session 2 (Spring)

MGT230 Ethics, sustainability and culture
ECO130 Business Economics
MKT260 International Marketing
QBM120 Business Research Methods

Session 3 (Autumn)

MKT220 Buyer Behaviour
MKT230 Market Research
MKT235 Brand Management
[Elective 1]

Session 4 (Spring)

BUS220 Business Placement 1
LAW205 Legal Issues for Business
MKT240 Market Analysis
[Elective 2]

Session 5 (Autumn)

MKT310 Marketing Communications
MKT336 B2B Marketing
MKT350 Product Innovation Management
[Elective 3]

Session 6 (Spring)

MGT330 Business Strategy
MKT335 Marketing of Services
[Elective 4]
[Elective 5]

Distance education suggested study sequence
Session 1 (Autumn)

ACC100 Accounting 1: Information for Business
MGT100 Organisations and Management

Session 2 (Spring)

ITC105 Business and Technical Communication
MKT110 Marketing & Society

Session 3 (Autumn)

ECO130 Business Economics
MGT230 Ethics, Sustainability and Culture

Session 4 (Spring)

QBM120 Business Research Methods
LAW205 Legal issues for business

Session 5 (Autumn)

MKT230 Market Research
[Elective 1]

Session 6 (Spring)

MKT220 Buyer Behaviour
MKT240 Market Analysis

Session 7 (Autumn)

BUS220 Business Placement 1
MKT235 Brand Management

Session 8 (Spring)

MKT260 International Marketing
[Elective 2]

Session 9 (Autumn)

MKT310 Marketing Communications
MKT350 Product Innovation Management

Session 10 (Spring)

MKT335 Marketing of Services
[Elective 3]

Session 11 (Autumn)

MKT336 B2B Marketing
[Elective 4]

Session 12 (Spring)

MGT330 Business Strategy
[Elective 5]

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At a glance

Study Mode

On campus; Distance education

Where

Albury-Wodonga; Bathurst; Dubbo; Wagga Wagga

When

Session 1; Session 2

Level

Undergraduate

Duration

1 year full-time on campus
2 years distance education

International?

NO

Indicative ATAR

N/A

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