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Management Major


Designed for students who want to take the lead in any business, the management major provides a modern and practical understanding of a career in management.

Students will graduate with a theoretical and practical understanding of organisational behaviour, leadership, general management, strategic management, human resource management and business ethics along with vital employability skills which employers are looking for in graduates. The major is relevant for all line managers and professionals aspiring to be in managerial positions.





Mount Lawley

South West (Bunbury)



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Major details



Unit Code Unit Title Credit Points
MAN1100Management 15
MAN2120Organisational Behaviour15
MAN2145Human Resource Management15
MAN3121Leadership 15
MAN3503Strategic Management 15
MAN3810Business Ethics15
Plus two (2) units from:
MAN2020 ^Logistics15
MAN2610 ^Managing for Sustainability15
MAN3705 ^International Negotiation15
MAN3802 ^Entrepreneurship15

^ Core Option

Employment Opportunities

Career opportunities for graduates exist in human resource management, strategic management, business ethics and management consulting. Management careers exist in all industries. With the recent steady growth in the economy, management specialists will be sought across most industries.

Possible future job titles

Business Manager, Manager, Management Consultant, Team Leader, Supervisor, Administrator

This Major can be studied in the following courses

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