This major is underpinned by creative and critical thinking reflective of tertiary-level education focused on the issues of responsible, reflexive and accountable management. The program is proactive in responding to and shaping the contexts, demands and perceptions of managers in increasingly complex and turbulent times. The major is designed so that students can direct their program of study toward developing many of the essential attributes and competencies necessary for a career in a professional role in general management, entrepreneurship, supply chain management or other management-related roles.
Course programs for each individual major are available at study plan management.
21595 International Management Field Study involves overseas travel and related expenses (see the subject coordinator for further details).
Students undertaking the Management major with the following major or sub-major will need to substitute an alternative subject(s):
- MAJ08442 International Business students may substitute up to two alternative Management subjects in MAJ08438 option list,
- SMJ08219 Sustainable Enterprise students must substitute alternative subjects from MAJ08438 option list in place of 21510 Introduction to Strategy and 21513 Business Ethics and Sustainability
|21510 Introduction to Strategy||6cp|
|21512 Understanding Organisations: Theory and Practice||6cp|
|21511 Global Operations and Supply Chain Management||6cp|
|21440 Management Skills||6cp|
|21513 Business Ethics and Sustainability||6cp|
|21504 Management Capstone||6cp|
|Select 12 credit points of options:||12cp|
|21999 Business Internship||6cp|
|26600 Business Internship||6cp|
|21227 Innovation and Entrepreneurship||6cp|
|21595 International Management Field Study||6cp|
|21555 Introduction to Human Resource Management||6cp|
|21644 Law and Ethics for Managers||6cp|
|21228 Management Consulting||6cp|
|21591 Transnational Management||6cp|