Diploma of Business

Progression
• Accounting
• Actuarial Studies
• Banking and Finance
• Behavioral Commerce
• Business Administration
• Business Analytics
• Business Law
• Business Management
• Business Statistics
• Econometrics
• Economics
• Economics & Business Strategy
• Finance
• Human Resource Management
• International Business
• Management Studies
• Marketing
• Marketing Science
• Sustainability
• Taxation

Units & Overview
    Introduces the way in which law impacts on business.
Aims to provide students with the knowledge and skills to make effective use of mathematical ideas, techniques and processes in both business and everyday life.
Designed to provide skills in data analysis and statistical processes as applied to business and basic business computations and techniques.
Introduces students to the concepts of finance, financial mathematics, investment analysis, the financial system, risk management and the relationship of finance to other commercial disciplines.
Focuses on the behaviour of functions and examines some of their applications to the real world.
Provides an introduction to financial accounting guided by the Conceptual Framework and Accounting Standards. Emphasis is placed on accounting processes, practices and policies that enable financial statements to be prepared.
Aims to develop students' awareness of communication issues and their own capacity as professionals to communicate effectively.
Enables students to develop an understanding of how organisations are managed and apply analytical skills to a range of managerial and organisational issues.
Microeconomics is the study of humans in ordinary business of life and recognises that people must make trade-offs which involve costs between competing alternative uses of scarce resources. The unit aims to introduce students to the economic way of thinking.
Provides a broad understanding of the formal discipline of marketing and of the key marketing activities in business.