Recommended enrolment Diploma of Human Resources to Bachelor of Business and Commerce (Management) Credit awarded: 10cp – 200571 Management Dynamics 10cp – 200300 Managing People at Work 60cp – unspecified electives *cp = credit points Please note: the below shows the recommended units for you to enrol in. If you follow the sequence shown below you will be able to complete the Bachelor of Business and Commerce (Management) in 2 years of full time study. You can choose to change the order you study these units in, however this may result in taking longer to complete the degree. You also have the option of studying part time, which will take a minimum of 4 years to complete at two units per session. Check with the Course Advice team in the School of Business if you need more information, on (02) 9685 9200 or at [email protected] First year Study session 1 (Autumn or Spring Session) - 200083 Marketing Principles 200101 Accounting Information for Managers 200336 Business Academic Skills 200158 Business, Society and Policy Second year Study session 2 (Autumn or Spring Session) - Study session 3 (Autumn or Spring Session) 200184 Introduction to Business Law 200525 Principles of Economics 200585 Organisational Behaviour - Choose one of the following: - 200032 Statistics for Business - 200052 Introduction to Economic Methods - - - 200586 Cross Cultural Management 200570 Management of Change 200752 Power, Politics and Knowledge One elective Study session 4 (Autumn or Spring Session) - - 200588 Global Operations and Logistics Management Engaged Learning Unit: 200568 Contemporary Management Issues 200587 Strategic Management Choose one of the following: - 200157 Organisational Learning and Development - 200159 Organisation Analysis and Design The Management major is available at Bankstown, Campbelltown and Parramatta campus. Before you confirm your enrolment, please use the UWS Handbook to check the details of each unit in this program, including when each unit is being offered on your campus. You can search for each unit using the unit code (six digit code) provided above. The UWS Handbook also lists the available electives for this course, professional accreditation requirements and all other course requirements.