Undergraduate unit of study descriptions

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BUSS – Business School

BUSS1000 Future of Business

Credit points: 6 Session: Classes: 1.5 hour lecture every week (13), 1.5 hr tutorial each week, guided learning material (e.g. videos, podcasts, contemporary case studies etc). 8x 1.5 hr workshops per week: Students who fail (or receive a low pass in) diagnostic test on academic skills (administered during Week 1 of BUSS1000 tutorials) be required to attend a 1.5 hour weekly workshop from Week 3 on Business Communication and Academic Writing (BCAC). Assessment: case study (20%), team presentation (15%), tutorial attendance and participation (15%), final exam (50%); Attendence at Business Communication workshops (if required) (0%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: Note: Students who fail (or receive a low pass in) diagnostic test on academic skills (administered during Week 1 of BUSS1000 tutorials) be required to attend a 1.5 hour weekly workshop from Week 3 on Business Communication and Academic Writing (BCAC).
This compulsory first year unit is designed to provide commencing undergraduate students with insights into the study and the practice of business. Students gain foundational knowledge in relation to business stakeholders, business challenges and the ways in which business leaders might approach responding to these challenges. Key stakeholders within and external to organisations are identified and their interests are analysed. Critical business challenges such as climate change and sustainability, the future of work and workforce diversity are investigated. The way that these challenges effect different types of business, sectors and stakeholders is analysed and responses constructed to them. The unit is delivered in a blended format, with face-to-face lectures, seminars, and interactive online modules. Success in this unit is determined by strong application of critical, strategic and cross-disciplinary thinking, as well as the ability to demonstrate business knowledge and problem solving skills through effective written and oral communication.
BUSS1020 Quantitative Business Analysis

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: TBA Session: Classes: 1 x 2hr lecture and 1 x 2hr tutorial per week Assessment: quiz 1 (15%), quiz 2 (15%), weekly homework (15%), written assignment (20%), final exam (35%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: This unit of study is a compulsory part of the Bachelor of Commerce, combined Bachelor of Commerce degrees.
All graduates from the BCom need to be able to use quantitative techniques to analyse business problems. This ability is important in all business disciplines, since all disciplines deal with increasing amounts of data, and there are increasing expectations of quantitative skills. This unit shows how to interpret data involving uncertainty and variability; how to model and analyse the relationships within business data; and how to make correct inferences from the data (and recognise incorrect inferences). The unit will include instruction in the use of software tools (primarily spreadsheets) to analyse and present quantitative data.
BUSS1030 Accounting, Business and Society

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Semester 1: Abdul Razeed; Semester 2: Paul Blayney Session: Classes: 1x 1.5hr lecture and 1x 1.5hr tutorial per week Assessment: tutorial contribution (10%), assignment (15%), mid-semester examination (25%), final examination (50%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: This unit of study is a compulsory part of the Bachelor of Commerce and combined Bachelor of Commerce degrees.
This unit investigates the fundamentals of accounting and aims to provide a broad understanding of the role of accounting in the context of business and society. The format of the unit is designed to show that there are many uses of accounting data. The focus moves from accountability to decision making; both functions are explained through examples such as the 'double entry equation', and from an output (financial statements) perspective. Some more technical aspects of accounting are outlined, including the elements of assets, liabilities, revenues and expenses within simple, familiar scenarios. Besides developing an understanding of the role of accounting via conventional financial reports, recent developments including the discharge of accountability by companies through the release of corporate social and environmental reports and the global financial crisis, are explored through an accounting lens.
BUSS1040 Economics for Business Decision Making

Credit points: 6 Session: Classes: 1x 2hr lecture and 1x 1hr tutorial per week Assessment: written assignment (15%), on-line quizzes (10%), mid-semester exam (20%), and final exam (55%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: This unit of study is a compulsory part of the Bachelor of Commerce and combined Bachelor of Commerce degrees.
Economics underlies all business decisions, from pricing, to product development, to negotiations, to understanding the general economic environment. This unit provides an introduction to economic analysis with a particular focus on concepts and applications relevant to business. This unit addresses how individual consumers and firms make decisions and how they interact in markets. It also introduces a framework for understanding and analysing the broader economic and public policy environment in which a business competes. This unit provides a rigorous platform for further study and a major in economics as well as providing valuable tools of analysis that complement a student's general business training, regardless of their area of specialisation.
BUSS2100 Business Placement A (Internship)

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Zina O¿Leary Session: Classes: Wks 1-3: 1x 3hrs pre-placement workshops; Wks 4-12: 3 days a week internship; Wk 13: presentation Assessment: performance objectives (0%), report (70%), presentation (30%) Mode of delivery: Professional practice
Note: Department permission required for enrolmentin the following sessions:Intensive August,Intensive December,Intensive February,Intensive January,Intensive July,Intensive March,Semester 1,Semester 2
Note: Permission is required to enrol in this unit. Contact the Careers and Employment Relations Office for details: business.placements@sydney.edu.au
This unit is designed to consolidate students' knowledge and skills in business while conducting an industry placement. The unit is structured around three assessed tasks which are designed to allow students to demonstrate their ability to apply and synthesise business concepts in a practical business setting. During the placement, students may be involved in a variety of different industry and client-based projects, which will afford the opportunity to apply business skills and theories from prior learning. This will provide firsthand experience of how these skills and theories can support the solving of business problems in apractical business context, identifying opportunities, developing strategies and designing processes, procedures and management practices in order to enable an organisation to fully realise its competitive potential. Further information and application process is outlined at http://sydney.edu.au/business/study/opportunities/industry_placement_program
BUSS2200 Business Placement B (Internship)

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Zina O¿Leary Session: Classes: Wks 1-3: 1x 3hrs pre-placement workshops; Wks 4-12: 3 days a week internship; Wk 13: presentation Assessment: performance objectives (0%), work journal (25%), placement presentation (15%), research report (60%) Mode of delivery: Professional practice
Note: Department permission required for enrolmentin the following sessions:Intensive August,Intensive February,Intensive July,Intensive March,Semester 1,Semester 2
Note: Permission is required to enrol in this unit. Contact the Careers and Employment Relations Office for details: business.placements@sydney.edu.au
This unit is designed to further consolidate students' knowledge and skills in business while conducting an industry placement. The unit is structured around assessed tasks which are designed to allow students to demonstrate their ability to apply and synthesise business concepts in a practical business setting. During the placement students may be involved in a variety of different industry and client-based projects, which will afford the opportunity to apply business skills and theories from prior learning. This will provide firsthand experience of how these skills and theories can support the solving of business problems in a practical business context, identifying opportunities, developing strategies and designing processes, procedures and management practices in order to enable an organisation to fully realise its competitive potential. Further information and application process is outlined at http://sydney.edu.au/business/study/opportunities/industry_placement_program
BUSS2500 Washington D.C. Placement Program

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Zina O'Leary Session: Classes: 1 day pre-departure seminar (Sydney), 5x 2hr lectures (Washington DC), 4 day a week internship placement (Washington DC) Assessment: performance objectives (0%), report (70%), presentation (30%) Mode of delivery: Professional practice
Note: Department permission required for enrolmentin the following sessions:Intensive February,Intensive March
Note: Permission is required to enrol in this unit. Contact the Careers and Employment Relations Office for details: business.placements@sydney.edu.au
This unit will be taken by students accepted into the University of California Washington DC (UCDC) Winter Program while they undertake a professional placement with a business, government, non-government or media organisation. It will include preparatory coursework in reflective, professional practice and concurrent coursework on research methods, report and other professional writing skills. Assessment will include a learning journal, research essay, and oral presentations all based on the internship placement and study abroad experience. A Pass/Fail 'Learning Contract' will be developed in the first two weeks of your internship in order to provide clear guidelines for your internship learning goals/objectives (knowledge, skills and values); strategies for achieving these goals; intended output; self and supervisor assessment criteria. Further information and application process is outlined at http://sydney.edu.au/business/study/opportunities/industry_placement_program
BUSS2501 LA Placement Program

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Heather Robson Session: Classes: 1 day pre-departure seminar (Sydney), 5x 2hr lectures (Los Angeles), 4 day a week internship placement (Los Angeles) Assessment: performance objectives (0%), report (70%), presentation (30%) Mode of delivery: Professional practice
Note: Department permission required for enrolmentin the following sessions:Intensive February,Intensive March
Note: Permission is required to enrol in this unit. Contact the Careers and Employment Relations Office for details: business.placements@sydney.edu.au
This unit will be taken by students accepted into the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Winter Program while they undertake a professional placement with a business, government, non-government or media organisation. It will include preparatory coursework in reflective, professional practice and concurrent coursework on research methods, report and other professional writing skills. Assessment will include a reflective journal, research essay, and oral presentations all based on the placement and study abroad experience. Further information and application process is outlined at http://sydney.edu.au/business/study/opportunities/industry_placement_program
BUSS2502 Paris Placement Program

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Professor Lyn Carson Session: Classes: 1 day pre-departure seminar (Sydney), 5x 2hr lectures (Paris), 5 day a week internship placement (Paris) Assessment: performance objectives (0%), report (70%), presentation (30%) Mode of delivery: Professional practice
Note: Department permission required for enrolmentin the following sessions:Intensive August,Intensive July
Note: Permission is required to enrol in this unit. Contact the Careers and Employment Relations Office for details: business.placements@sydney.edu.au
This unit will be taken by students accepted into the Sciences Po Summer Program while they undertake a professional placement with a business, government, or international organisation. It will include preparatory coursework in reflective, professional practice and concurrent coursework on research methods, report and other professional writing skills. Assessment will include a reflective journal, research report, and an oral presentation, each based on the placement and study abroad experience. (As a part of the Sciences Po Summer Program, students will engage in an in depth study of the European Union, including its current financial difficulties, and French language tuition.) Further information and application process is outlined at http://sydney.edu.au/business/study/opportunities/industry_placement_program
BUSS2503 Community Placement

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Michael Katz Session: Classes: Equivalent of six weeks full-time placement plus 9 hours pre-placement workshops; 2 hours mid-placement workshop; 2 hour end of placement de-brief workshop. Assessment: group presentation (10%), individual presentation (15%), engagement plan (20%), implementation report (25%), critical appraisal report (30%) Mode of delivery: Field experience
Note: Department permission required for enrolmentin the following sessions:Intensive August,Intensive December,Intensive February,Intensive January,Intensive July,Intensive March,Semester 1,Semester 2
Note: Permission is required to enrol in this unit. Please see: http://sydney.edu.au/business/cpp for further information.
This unit is designed to consolidate students' knowledge and skills in social enterprise while conducting a community-based project placement. The unit is structured around three assessed tasks which are designed to allow students to demonstrate their ability to apply and synthesise business concepts while engaged in practical business development. During the community placement, students may be involved in a variety of projects, which will afford the opportunity to apply business skills and theories from prior learning. This will provide firsthand experience that demonstrates how these skills and theories can support the solving of business problems in a practical business and community-engaged context, identifying opportunities, developing strategies and designing processes, procedures and management practices in order to enable a community project to fully realise its mission. Assessed tasks are designed to allow students to demonstrate their ability to apply and synthesise social business concepts while engaged in practical business development, and include scope setting and strategy development, a presentation and a reflective report.
BUSS2504 China Placement Program

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Kaiying Ji Session: Classes: 3 x 3hr pre-departure seminars (Sydney), mid (China) and post-placement debriefs (Sydney). 6 weeks x 5 day a week internship placement (China) Assessment: performance objectives (0%), report (70%), presentation (30%) Mode of delivery: Professional practice
Note: Department permission required for enrolmentin the following sessions:Intensive December,Intensive January,Intensive March
Note: Permission is required to enrol in this unit. Further information and application process is outlined at http://sydney.edu.au/business/study/opportunities/industry_placement_program.
This unit is taken by students accepted into the China Placement Program while they undertake a professional placement with a business or government organisation in China. It includes preparatory coursework in reflective, professional practice and concurrent coursework on report and other professional writing skills. Assessment will include a reflective journal, research essay, and oral presentations all based on the placement and study abroad experience.
BUSS2505 Chile Industry Placement

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Zina O'Leary Session: Classes: 2 x 2hr pre-placement workshops, 5 x 2hr seminars (starting week 2) and industry placement (6 weeks) Assessment: performance objectives (0%), report (70%), presentation (30%) Mode of delivery: Professional practice
Note: Department permission required for enrolmentin the following sessions:Intensive August,Intensive July
This unit will be taken by students accepted into the Bachelor of Commerce Chile Industry Placement Program who will undertake a professional placement with a business or a government or nongovernment organisation that has a particular focus on business interests. It will include preparatory coursework in reflective, professional practice and concurrent coursework on research methods, report and other professional writing skills. Assessment will include a reflective journal, research report related to their work placement, and oral presentations all based on the internship placement and international work and study experience.
BUSS3100 Business Placement C (Internship)

Credit points: 6 Session: Classes: Wks 1-4: 1x 3hrs class per week; Wks 5-12: 3 1/2 days a week internship; Wk 13: 1 x 3hr class Assessment: learning contract (0%), work learning journal (25%), placement presentation (15%), research report (60%) Mode of delivery: Professional practice
Note: Department permission required for enrolmentin the following sessions:Intensive April,Intensive August,Intensive December,Intensive February,Intensive January,Intensive July,Intensive June,Intensive March,Intensive May,Intensive November,Intensive October,Intensive September,Semester 1,Semester 2
Note: Permission is required to enrol in this unit. Please contact Business Education for details: business.studentsupport@sydney.edu.au
This unit is designed to consolidate students' knowledge and skills in business while conducting an internship in industry. The unit is structured around three assessed tasks which are designed to allow students to demonstrate their ability to apply and synthesise business concepts in a real world setting. During the internship, students may be involved in a variety of different industry and client-based projects, which will afford the opportunity to apply business skills and theories from prior learning. This will provide firsthand experience of how these skills and theories can support the solving of business problems in a real business context, identifying opportunities, developing strategies and designing processes, procedures and management practices in order to enable an organisation to fully realise its competitive potential. Further information and application process is outlined at http://sydney.edu.au/business/study/opportunities/industry_placement_program
BUSS4000 Honours in Business

Session: Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: Department permission required for enrolmentin the following sessions:Semester 1,Semester 2
This unit is administrative only and serves as a consolidation for all marks to represent a single final mark for students undertaking Honours. Marks will be drawn from BUSS4001, BUSS4002, BUSS4003 and BUSS4004.
BUSS4001 Business Honours Research Methods

Credit points: 12 Session: Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
This unit is an introduction to research methods used in business disciplines. The unit provides students with an understanding of the range of methods that may be used to answer research questions, their strengths and weakness and underlying philosophical assumptions. Key elements of the research process are addressed, including: the purpose of the research; devising the research questions and hypotheses; selecting a research strategy; methods and procedures for data collection and analysis; and interpreting and reporting the results. Students learn important research terminology, how to write a research proposal and ethical considerations in conducting research.
BUSS4004 Business Honours Thesis

Credit points: 12 Session: Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
This unit comprises the research and writing of a supervised thesis on an approved topic in business. A written Honours Thesis and presentation of the research work is undertaken.
BUSS4102 Accounting Honours A

Credit points: 12 Teacher/Coordinator: TBC Session: Assessment: individual essay (30%), final assignment (70%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: Prerequisites: Students will meet the entry requirements to the Honours program, including completion of a pass undergraduate degree and a major in the specialisation area.
This unit aims to add breadth and depth to students¿ appreciation of both (a) the range of topics encompassed within contemporary accounting research and (b) the range of research methods and methodologies used by Accounting researchers. It does so by training students to critically evaluate advanced research on topic areas such as financial accounting, management accounting, auditing, information systems and data management, intellectual capital, accountability, the interaction of accounting with capital markets (including earnings management and use of accounting numbers in financial analysis), public sector accounting and management, and critical accounting research.
BUSS4103 Accounting Honours B

Credit points: 12 Teacher/Coordinator: TBC Session: Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: Prerequisites: Students will meet the entry requirements to the Honours program, including completion of a pass undergraduate degree and a major in the specialisation area.
This unit builds upon both BUSS4101 and BUSS4102 to (1) further build students' skills in identifying, analysing and writing up a review of research relevant to their particular research project and (2) provide students with additional in-depth training in respect of research methods, theory (etc.) relevant to their particular projects with a view to both (a) helping students fine-tune their research proposals and (b) preparing them to carry out their proposed research.
BUSS4202 Business Information Systems Honours A

Credit points: 12 Session: Assessment: minor essay (40%), minor essay (60%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: Prerequisites: Students will meet the entry requirements to the Honours program, including completion of a pass undergraduate degree and a major in the specialisation area.
This unit covers advanced research-integrated coursework topics in Business Information Systems such as enterprise systems and organisational change, business benefit realisation from IT investment, information system evaluation, IT benefits management, and enterprise system implementation research from theoretical and case study perspectives.
BUSS4203 Business Information Systems Honours B

Credit points: 12 Session: Assessment: minor essay (40%), minor essay (60%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: Prerequisites: Students will meet the entry requirements to the Honours program, including completion of a pass undergraduate degree and a major in the specialisation area.
This unit covers advanced research-integrated topics in Business Information Systems relevant to the development of the honours thesis. These include the application of appropriate research methods with a view to assisting students to conduct their proposed research.
BUSS4302 Business Analytics Honours A

Credit points: 12 Session: Assessment: homework (20%), assignment A (40%), assignment B (40%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: Prerequisites: Students will meet the entry requirements to the Honours program, including completion of a pass undergraduate degree and a major in the specialisation area.
This unit concentrates on recognising and solving convex optimization problems that arise in applications. It covers advanced topics in optimisation, such as convex analysis, least-squares, linear and quadratic programs, semidefinite programming, minimax, extremal volume, and other problems. It also covers optimality conditions, duality theory, theorems of alternative, and interior-point methods; with applications to data science, statistical estimation, machine learning, finance, and economics among others.
BUSS4303 Business Analytics Honours B

Credit points: 12 Session: Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: Prerequisites: Students will meet the entry requirements to the Honours program, including completion of a pass undergraduate degree and a major in the specialisation area.
This unit of study aims at providing advanced knowledge on linear models and methods for economic and financial time-series analysis and panel data models. The focus of the unit is on estimation and inference. The course covers some of the basics of time series model including stationary processes, AR, MA and ARMA processes, spectral analysis, structural change, nonstationarity, VAR and VECM, state-space models and Kalman filter.
BUSS4402 Finance Honours A

Credit points: 12 Session: Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: Prerequisites: Students will meet the entry requirements to the Honours program, including completion of a pass undergraduate degree and a major in the specialisation area.
This unit covers advanced research-integrated coursework topics in asset pricing, derivative pricing, portfolio management theory and behavioural finance. Students develop numerical and analytical/discursive skills to demonstrate their depth of understanding of finance theory and how it applies to the real world. Through research led teaching, students also learn to apply behavioural finance concepts in current research and communicate complex analysis in a succinct format.
BUSS4403 Finance Honours B

Credit points: 12 Session: Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: Prerequisites: Students will meet the entry requirements to the Honours program, including completion of a pass undergraduate degree and a major in the specialisation area.
This unit covers literature in the fields of advanced corporate finance (and market microstructure). The research led teaching in this unit is designed to help students to form research questions, develop testable hypotheses, identify and apply appropriate research methods to test these hypotheses. Armed with advanced research skills, students are able to critically review both empirical and theoretical papers within the research fields of advanced corporate finance and market microstructure.
BUSS4502 International Business Honours A

Credit points: 12 Teacher/Coordinator: Professor Bo Nielsen Session: Assessment: individual assignment A (50%), individual assignment B (50%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: Prerequisites: Students will meet the entry requirements to the Honours program, including completion of a pass undergraduate degree and a major in the specialisation area.
This unit covers advanced topics in International Business research such as internationalisation and multinationality, international strategic alliances, international management teams, internationalisation strategies, multinationality and performance, emerging markets, and cultural values and international management.
BUSS4503 International Business Honours B

Credit points: 12 Teacher/Coordinator: Professor Bo Nielsen Session: Assessment: individual assignment A (50%), individual assignment B (50%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: Prerequisites: Students will meet the entry requirements to the Honours program, including completion of a pass undergraduate degree and a major in the specialisation area.
This unit covers advanced topics in international business research relevant to the development of the honours thesis. These include how to identify research questions in international business, effective approaches to reviewing the international business literature, and the application of appropriate research methods. Research seminars by visiting professors are also a key feature of this unit.
BUSS4602 Marketing Honours A

Credit points: 12 Session: Classes: Intensive - lecture, seminar, tutorial and workshop Assessment: minor individual assignment (30%), major individual assignment (70%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: Prerequisites: Students will meet the entry requirements to the Honours program, including completion of a pass undergraduate degree and a major in the specialisation area.
This unit covers advanced research-integrated coursework topics mostly from leading journal articles in Marketing such as consumer behaviour, strategy, and international marketing. The topics revolve around products, branding, pricing, distribution channels and retailing, and promotions. The unit runs in seminar style.
BUSS4603 Marketing Honours B

Credit points: 12 Session: Classes: Intensive - lecture, seminar, tutorial and workshop Assessment: minor individual assignment (30%), major individual assignment (70%) Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: Prerequisites: Students will meet the entry requirements to the Honours program, including completion of a pass undergraduate degree and a major in the specialisation area.
This unit covers advanced research-integrated coursework topics in Marketing such as consumer behaviour, strategy, and international marketing. The course delves into research design, data collection, and analysis.
BUSS4702 Business Law Honours A

Credit points: 12 Teacher/Coordinator: TBA Session: Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: Prerequisites: Students will meet the entry requirements to the Honours program, including completion of a pass undergraduate degree and a major in the specialisation area.
This is a compulsory Honours coursework unit offered to Business Law Honours students. The aim of the unit is to give students an understanding of jurisprudence and regulatory theory relating to business, in preparation for writing their dissertations.
BUSS4703 Business Law Honours B

Credit points: 12 Session: Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: Prerequisites: Students will meet the entry requirements to the Honours program, including completion of a pass undergraduate degree and a major in the specialisation area.
This is a compulsory Honours coursework unit offered to Business Law Honours students. The aim of the unit is to teach students legal research skills and research management skills in preparation for writing their dissertations.
BUSS4802 Work and Organisational Studies Honours A

Credit points: 12 Teacher/Coordinator: Mark Westcott Session: Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: Prerequisites: Students will meet the entry requirements to the Honours program, including completion of a pass undergraduate degree and a major in the specialisation area.
This unit covers advanced research-integrated coursework topics in Work and Organisational Studies such as inter-organisational relations, global value chains and production networks, outsourcing and offshoring, CSR, corporate reputation, employment regulation and institutions, strategic management and HRM.
BUSS4803 Work and Organisational Studies Honours B

Credit points: 12 Teacher/Coordinator: Chris F Wright Session: Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: Prerequisites: Students will meet the entry requirements to the Honours program, including completion of a pass undergraduate degree and a major in the specialisation area.
This unit covers advanced research-integrated coursework topics in Work and Organisational Studies relating to contemporary scholarly debates about the future of work.