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Bachelor of Business (Management)

Management roles are essential within all organisations. This program can be used as a launching pad for successful careers in business, government, and/ or non-government sector management. Topics include operations management, organisational behaviour, managing people, project management, management accounting for non-accountants, management and leadership, and strategic entrepreneurship. . For enhanced expertise, students may combine Management with a second major such as Marketing, International Business or Hospitality and Tourism Management.

Key Features

  • Gain fundamental management and analytical skills for a leadership career especially in business.
  • Graduates can apply for membership of the Australian Institute of Management and other professional bodies, depending on their course structure.

Course Subjects

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Career Outcomes

Graduates can pursue a broad range of careers across a wide variety of enterprises leading to positions such as chief executive officer, business manager, business consultant, entrepreneur, administrative officer and senior executive officer etc. They can also work in areas including strategic planning and total quality management/operations.