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  • Objectives
    The Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business (Specialisation) double degree program is designed for students whose career aspirations may be best served by combining a multidisciplinary degree program providing opportunities to pursue studies in the broad discipline areas of humanities and the social sciences, with a professional business program. Students will be able to combine social science and humanities disciplines in their core studies and the flexible structure of the Bachelor of Arts component will give graduates broader perspectives on the contemporary world and develop their critical, analytical and problem-solving skills. Students will also be able to undertake studies across a range of business and other related disciplines. This approach will suit students who believe that they will be better served in their careers by acquiring an understanding of a wide range of business areas and operations.
  • Entry requirements
    Domestic students - Prerequisites: English (4, SA); Recommended study - Maths;
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business (Specialisation)
  • Course description

    About Arts/Business

    Don't limit yourself to just one field - combine arts and business studies to expand your skills and boost your career options! 

    Humanities can be described as the study of human culture. The study of humanities gives graduates broader knowledge of and perspectives on the contemporary world and helps develop critical, analytical and problem-solving intellectual skills. Choose from a wide variety of interests including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies, Australian studies, environmental studies, film, geography, history, Japanese language, liberal studies, literary and/or cultural studies, and professional and creative writing.
    Social sciences is the scientific study of human society, of both individuals and their relationships within society. Social science studies in the B Arts at CQUniversity includes sociology, social work and welfare studies.

    Learn fundamental skills in accounting, marketing management and organisational behaviour.  Choose an area of specialisation from management, marketing human resources management and information systems.


    Career Opportunities

    Graduates with a double degree have access to other career possibilities outside their primary discipline and are highly attractive to potential employers. Career opportunities exist in small and large enterprises in the areas of accounting, advertising and marketing, business administration, e-commerce and consumer marketing, economics and finance, human resources management, law and taxation, management and tourism. There are also many employment opportunities in the public and private sector in federal, state and local government departments, statutory authorities and utilities.


    Program Structure

    To satisfy the requirements for the award, students must complete a program of 32 courses/192 units of credit which comply with the requirements stated below:

    Students must complete:

    * 4 core courses plus 2 plans (12 courses) from the plans listed in the Bachelor of Arts (Specialisation) (see separate handbook entry for the Bachelor of Arts (Specialisation));
       
    * 6 compulsory courses of the Bachelor of Business (listed in the courses section of this program);
       
    * 1 plan (10 courses) from the following specialist areas offered by the Faculty of Business and Informatics (Marketing, Management, Human Resources or Information Systems), including up to 2 electives offered by the Faculty of Business and Informatics (depending on the major chosen).


    Program structure
    Course Code     Course Name

    4 core courses from the Bachelor of Arts program
    EDED11449     Principles of University Learning
    FAHE11001     Managing E-Learning
    FAHE12001     Communication in the Digital Age
    FAHE13004     The Global Future

    Plus 12 courses, consisting of two of the following 6 course plans from the Bachelor of Arts (Specialisation) program:

    *Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
       
    *Australian History
       
    *Australian Studies
       
    *Cultural Studies
       
    *Creative Commuities
       
    *Dance
       
    *Drama
       
    *Digital Innovation
       
    *Digital Music Performance Studies
       
    *Film Studies
       
    *Games and Animation
       
    *Geography
       
    *International History
       
    *Japanese Language and Culture
       
    *Journalism
       
    *Learning Management
       
    *Liberal Studies
       
    *Literary Studies
      
    *Media Studies
       
    *New Media Studies
       
    *Professional and Creative Writing
       
    *Psychology
       
    *Public Relations
       
    *Sociology
       
    *Tourism
       
    *Training Administration
       
    *Welfare Studies

    OR one of the following 12 course specialisation from the Bachelor of Arts (Specialisation) program:

    *Literary and Cultural Studies
       
    *History
       
    *Geography
       
    *Public Relations
      
    *Journalism Liberal Studies
       
    *Media Studies

    6 core courses in Business
    Course Code     Course Name
    ACCT11059     Using Accounting for Decision Making

    OR     

    ACCT11057      Principles of Accounting
    COIS11011      Foundations of Business Computing
    MGMT19114     Strategic Management
    MRKT11029      Marketing
    HRMT11010      Organisational Behaviour
    MGMT19128      Business Integration Topics 1

    Plus 10 courses for one specialisation as listed below:

        * Marketing
        * Management
        * Human Resources Management
        * Information Systems

    Marketing
    Course Code     Course Name
    MRKT11028     Interactive and Internet Marketing
    MRKT19030     Promotions Management
    MRKT19031     Consumer Behaviour
    MRKT19034     Entrepreneurship, Innovation and New Ventures
    MRKT19036     Marketing of Service Products
    MRKT19037     International Marketing
    MRKT19038     Marketing Research
    MRKT19049     Customer Relationship Marketing

    Plus 2 electives chosen from courses offered by the Faculty of Business and Informatics provided prerequisites have been met.

    Management
    Course Code     Course Name
    HRMT11011     Human Resources in Organisations
    HRMT19016     Contemporary Organisational & H R M Studies
    HRMT19020     Managing Organisational Change
    HRMT19021     Principles of Employment Relations
    LAWS11030     Introductory and Contract Law
    MGMT11109     Introduction to Management
    MGMT19103     Logistics Management
    MGMT19126     Production and Operations Management

    Plus 2 electives chosen from courses offered by the Faculty of Business and Informatics provided prerequisites have been met.

    Human Resources Management
    Course Code     Course Name
    HRMT11011     Human Resources in Organisations
    HRMT19012     Performance Management
    HRMT19013     Human Resource Development
    HRMT19014     Human Resources Planning, Recruitment & Selection
    HRMT19016     Contemporary Organisational & H R M Studies
    HRMT19020     Managing Organisational Change
    HRMT19021     Principles of Employment Relations
    HRMT19022     Comparative Employment Relations
    HRMT19023     HRM Competencies

    Plus 1 elective chosen from courses offered by the Faculty of Business and Informatics provided prerequisites have been met.

    Information Systems
    Course Code     Course Name
    COIS12073     Enterprise Systems
    COIS13013     Business Intelligence and Knowledge Management
    COIS13034     Information Systems Management
    COIS13064     Information Systems Project Management
    COIT11222     Visual Programming
    COIT11226     Systems Development A
    COIT12167     Database Use and Design
    COIT12200     Systems Development B
    MMST11002    Web Design
    MMST12009    Web Application Development

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