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We believe that business is now a global enterprise. That’s why we offer international business at Swinburne.
International business courses are an opportunity to explore the global marketplace. You’ll gain an understanding of overseas markets and the challenges associated with their operation. We provide insight into the role of culture and the business customs, economic systems, and political and trade policies that affect international business.
Future careers can be found in international trade, marketing, tourism, government and organisation who serve international clients.
Duration: 3 years
Time launch: September 2019
School Year 1:
School Year 2:
School Year 3:
Anything related to international jobs, such as: International business owner, entrepreneur, change manager, product developer, product manager, trade specialist, import/export coordinator, human resource manager, international business strategist, multi-national sales manager
Successful completion of the Bachelor of Business (International Business) requires students to complete units of study to the value of 300 credit points. All units of study are valued at 12.5 credit points unless otherwise stated.
The course is delivered through lectures, tutorials, projects, and group work and industry placements.
Assessments will vary with each course but may include examinations, assignments, presentations, projects and group work.
Course Learning Outcomes
Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:
• define and integrate theoretical principles applicable to a business discipline and apply those principles in a range of practices
• systematically review and critically evaluate research from a variety of sources in order to make informed judgements on options for innovatively solving a range of problems that arise in business contexts
• formulate creative solutions that are fit for purpose and demonstrate cognisance of the impact of business decisions on the environment, economy and society
• coherently articulate a line of reasoning demonstrating cultural sensitivity and apply a framework to analyse and offer solutions to ethical dilemmas
• communicate a range of business arguments by evaluating and implementing alternative communication strategies as appropriate to the audience
• build on and continuously develop the intellectual independence to be critical and reflective learners, cognisant of new technologies
• work collaboratively in diverse groups
• appraise workplace expectations and opportunities related to their discipline, and integrate their studies with professional practice to enhance their career readiness