Management | 2020
Management is the art and science of planning, coordinating and leading group efforts. It is the mobilising of human and material resources to achieve organisational goals.
You will study management from a range of perspectives, each aimed at expanding your management knowledge and future success in management roles. You’ll learn how to strategically manage both physical and intangible assets for organisational success. You will do this by gaining a sound understanding of the framework of organisational structures, including the local and international environments in which they operate. Final year subjects will have you identifying and analysing quality management systems, strategically managing risk and developing international business strategies.
A Management major can be completed at the South Western Sydney (Liverpool) or Southern Sydney(Loftus) metro campus. The major is also available at any UOW's regional campuses located in Batemans Bay, Bega, Shoalhaven (Nowra) and Southern Highlands (Moss Vale). Applicants should contact the individual campuses for information regarding subject availability.
Subjects Required for Major Study
|Subject Code||Subject Name||Credit Points|
|MGNT206||Managing Human Resources||6|
|OPS 216||Operations Management||6|
|MGNT311||Management of Change||6|
|Plus 12 credit points from the following:|
|MGNT210||Managing Across Cultures||6|
|MGNT215||Small Business Management||6|
|MGNT389||International Business Management||6|
|OPS 350||Continuous Quality Improvement||6|
|OPS 370||Project Management||6|
|COMM391||Professional Experience in Business||6|
- *Students can count MARK344 Marketing Strategy in their Management major only if they also complete a major in Marketing.
- Please click the subject codes in the above table for information on sessions of offer for each subject at different locations. For information regarding timetables, tutorials, and classes please the visit the Timetables and Classes page.
Entry Requirements & Credit Arrangements
Information on academic and English language requirements, as well as eligibility for credit for prior learning, is available from the Course Finder.
Professional Recognition / Accreditation
A Bachelor of Commerce (Management) enables graduates to meet the membership requirements of relevant professional associations, depending on the subjects completed. For more information, visit Professional Accreditation and Recognition.
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