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Semester 1 - Dual-Delivery
Semester 2 - Dual-Delivery
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THIS SUBJECT IS DESIGNED TO BE TAKEN IN YOUR FIRST SEMESTER OF ENROLMENT IN THE BACHELOR OF COMMERCE. YOU MUST ENROL IN THE SEMESTER YOU COMMENCE THIS COURSE.
How can business and economics disciplines be part of the solution to a societal challenge like sustainability? Students in this subject will explore this question as they discover how diverse disciplines from accounting to marketing, interact to build sustainable businesses and a robust economy. Through rich case studies, employing perspectives from all the major disciplines in commerce, students will debate and discuss how business and economics influences society today, and helps shape the future. Students will be required to apply their knowledge through a variety of learning experiences including teamwork, self-paced online activities, and individual reflection. Providing context to their development as a professional in the business and economics disciplines, students will explore aspects of people and place; respect and inclusion; University values and freedom of speech; academic integrity and good scholarly practice; and wellbeing.
Intended learning outcomes
On successful completion of this subject, students should be able to:
- Demonstrate the importance of business and economics in the context of local and global communities, including Indigenous communities (Disc Module #1).
- Describe and apply principles of academic integrity, freedom of speech, and ethical practice in relation to business and economics (Disc Modules #2 and #4).
- Demonstrate effective, respectful and inclusive teamwork, while appreciating the interplay between wellbeing and success (Disc Module #3 and #5).
- Interpret issues in a case study from different disciplinary perspectives.
- Recognise the interaction between disciplines relating to solving important and complex social issues and their individual value to the broader issue.
- Exemplify the use of both scientific and rhetorical methods.
- Evaluate evidence and form a sound judgement.
- Apply communication skills including negotiation and self-reflection in an evidence-based context.
- Demonstrate individual contributions to a collaborative team case.
- Work collaboratively and productively in groups.
- Apply critical and analytical skills to the identification of complex problems.
- Communicate ideas effectively in written formats.
- Operate in multicultural and diverse environments.
- Use information from diverse sources.
- Use appropriate information technologies.
- Recognise and appreciate the ethical responsibilities of individuals and organisations in society.
Last updated: 12 November 2022