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Major, Minor

Description:

International business studies is available for students seeking business knowledge in a broad range of disciplines necessary to conduct business in an international environment. Studies in international business prepare students for a wide range of positions in Australia and overseas where knowledge and skills are required in the fields of economics, finance, property and management. This will thus complement the professional majors of the Bachelor of Arts, particularly international and regional studies by providing augmenting business studies with the international setting.

Prerequisite(s):

Nil

Assumed Knowledge:

Nil

Courses:

Courses that are in majors, sub-majors and/or minors:
Area and cat no.UnitsLevelReferences
MAJOR
Introduction to International RelationsPOLI 10104.51
MacroeconomicsECON 10074.51
International Political Economy and Human DevelopmentPOLI 20264.52
Buyer and Consumer BehaviourMARK 10084.51
Transnational Commercial Transactions LawLAWS 20344.52
International Management Ethics and ValuesBUSS 30534.53
PLUS ANY TWO FROM BELOW:00
International EconomicsECON 30084.53
International Currency and Banking MarketsBANK 30114.53
International MarketingMARK 30054.53
Global Power in the Asian CenturyPOLI 30184.53
International Perspectives in BusinessBUSS 30784.53
SUB-MAJOR
Introduction to International RelationsPOLI 10104.51
MacroeconomicsECON 10074.51
International Political Economy and Human DevelopmentPOLI 20264.52
Buyer and Consumer BehaviourMARK 10084.51
Transnational Commercial Transactions LawLAWS 20344.52
International Management Ethics and ValuesBUSS 30534.53
MINOR
Introduction to International RelationsPOLI 10104.51
MacroeconomicsECON 10074.51
International Political Economy and Human DevelopmentPOLI 20264.52
Buyer and Consumer BehaviourMARK 10084.51


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