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Management

Minor

Effective management of people and teams is critical to a business achieving its objectives. Our management minor provides the tools and concepts you need to understand how organisations work and the critical role of managers within them.

An effective manager needs to be a good leader who can sum up a situation accurately and make a sound decision, delegate appropriately and inspire staff. Managers make good decisions when they understand the business they are in and how it fits into a wider context.

Studying our management minor will equip you with essential leadership, teamwork and networking skills. You will build knowledge in important areas such as developing and implementing strategy, driving organisational change and leading teams to achieve organisational objectives.

This minor draws on subjects from a number of disciplines in the Business School to give you a well-rounded understanding of management. You will gain a sound understanding of managing an organisation's internal processes and the relationships between organisations and their national and global business environment.

Combining management with another major can complement your understanding of management with specific skills and expertise, strengthening your career prospects.

By studying at the Business School you will be taught by internationally recognised scholars who are actively involved in leading research in a wide variety of management related areas.

About this minor

To achieve a minor in Management, you must complete 36 credit points in units of study, as follows:

(1) two 1000-level core units of study (12 credit points):

  • Foundations of Management
  • Foundations of Work and Employment

(2) two 2000-level core units of study (12 credit points):

  • Managing Organisational Behaviour
  • Strategic Management

(3) two 3000-level selective units of study (12 credit points):

  • Leadership
  • Managing Organisational Sustainability
  • Organisational Communication
  • Project Planning and Management

Graduate opportunities

While the road to being a chief executive is a long one, majoring in management allows you to begin your career with a comprehensive understanding of the principles of effective management and some of its key skills.  

Career outcomes

  • Management consulting
  • Organisational development consulting
  • Change management
  • Sustainability management
  • Executive management
Career pathways
Courses that offer this minor

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