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Students cannot enrol themselves in the study program units via StudentConnect. Once you have made your successful application, you will be notified and enrolment will be manually processed for you.
Students have the choice of completing one or both of the following units on the program:
International Business Management
This unit covers the role and issues of management in the international environment. The principal aim is to provide students with the requisite knowledge and skills that will enable them to manage in a complex and foreign business environment. The unit also provides an overview of the international economic, political, legal and cultural environments within which international businesses have to operate. The main thrust of the unit, however, is a focus upon international business management strategy.
Assessment: Two major integrated group assignments based on the experience of the study program, plus a reflections paper.
Economics for Managers
The unit Economics for Managers is designed to provide current and future managers with sufficient economic understanding and analytical tools (including statistical tools) to effectively assist them in decision making in their workplace. These decisions relate to how organisations can best use scarce resources against the backdrop of the economic environment in which Chinese and Australian firms operate. This requires an understanding of introductory theory in both microeconomics, macroeconomics and statistics.
Assessment: One individual assignment and one group assignment based on the content of the unit and the experience of the study program.