Faculty of Business and Law



    Change to an Existing Program Proposal
                  Master of Business Administrat...
1.     Name of Program and Award (Specify major specialisation, if any)

       Program Name:           Master of Business...
from the faculty of Business and Law            provided prerequisites have been met or other
provided prerequisites have ...
Management on the Pacific Rim              HRMT20006 Human Resources Management
HRMT20007 Human Resources                 ...
ACCT20051 Accounting Information for
Decision Making
Marketing Management                         Marketing Management
Any...
TOUR20011 Sustainable Tourism
 Development
 LAWS20035 Environmental Regulation in
 the Asia-Pacific Region
 Health Service...
Library: In general, resources required are no more than at present. However, there
      is lack of access to some journa...
Program Overview

       This program is designed to enhance the opportunities for graduates to obtain
       positions in...
Master of Business Administration (Specialisation)

Students wishing to follow a program of study which concentrates on a ...
Financial Management

Code         Course
FINC20007    Financial Market Analysis
FINC20008    International Finance
FINC20...
International Business

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HRMT20006        Human Resources Management in the Asia Pacific
MRKT20018 ...
Existing structure of the MBA                          Equivalent and substitute courses from the
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MRKT20019 Marketing Management             MRKT20019 Marketing Management
                                           Stude...
background in information systems and
                                       have not started their specialisation
       ...
MRKT20026 Marketing of Service         MRKT20026 Service Product Marketing
Products                               MRKT2002...
in the Asia-Pacific Region
Health Services Management                   Health Services Management
Under separate code CF4...
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  1. 1. Faculty of Business and Law Change to an Existing Program Proposal Master of Business Administration CF65 22 April 2004 Date approved by the Faculty Education Committee: Date approved by the Faculty Planning and Development Committee Date recommended by the Resources Sub-Committee: Date recommended by the Program Review Group: Date recommended by the Education Committee of Academic Board: Date approved by Academic Board: /home/pptfactory/temp/20100513080620/master-of-business-administration3913.doc
  2. 2. 1. Name of Program and Award (Specify major specialisation, if any) Program Name: Master of Business Administration Exit Award Name: Graduate Certificate in Management Graduate Diploma of Management Specialisations: Financial Management HRM Industry Information Systems International Business Management Accounting Marketing Management Health Care Business Systems 2. Host Faculty for the Program: Business and Law 3 Date for Implementing the Change to the Program: Term 2, 2005 4. Year of Change to Program being implemented: T2 [Autumn], 2005 5. Term Offered: 2, 3, 5 6. Show the existing approved requirement and the proposed change Program Structure (12 courses) Master of Business Administration (General Management) Existing structure New structure Core Courses Core Courses MGMT20093 Managing in a Dynamic MGMT2XXXX – People, Work and environment Organisations MGMT20112 Strategy Formulation and ACCT20051 Accounting Information for Initiatives Decision Making MRKT20019 Marketing Management Plus three of the following: ECON20023 Economics for Business FINC20006 Organisational Finance MGMT20094 Organisational Analysis HRMT20007 Human Resources Management ECON20024 The Economics of the Asia Either LAWS20038 International Business Pacific Law or LAWS20037 Law for Management MGMT20074 Integrating Organisational MGMT20112 Strategy Development and Processes Initiatives MGMT20095 Asia Pacific Business MGMT20085 Operations Management MGMT20113 Strategy Implementation Plus 3 elective postgraduate courses, selected Plus 7 elective postgraduate courses, selected from the Faculty of Business and Law
  3. 3. from the faculty of Business and Law provided prerequisites have been met or other provided prerequisites have been met postgraduate courses with the approval of the Dean. Workshops There is a non compulsory workshop in MGMT20112 Strategy Formulation & Initiatives. Non-compulsory workshops may be available in other Management courses listed above. Students who need assistance in determining their program of study in this program should contact the Postgraduate Coordinator Program Structure (12 courses) Master of Business Administration (Specialisation) Existing structure Proposed structure Core Courses Core Courses MGMT20093 Managing in a dynamic MGMT2XXXX People, Work and environment Organisations MGMT20112 Strategy Formulation and ACCT20051 Accounting Information for Initiatives Decision Making MRKT20019 Marketing Management Plus two of the following: ECON20023 Economics for Business FINC20006 Organisational Finance MGMT20094 Organisational Analysis HRMT20007 Human Resources Management ECON20024 The Economics of the Asia Either LAWS20038 International Business Pacific Law or LAWS20037 Law for Management MGMT20074 Integrating Organisational MGMT20112 Strategy Development and Processes Initiatives MGMT20095 Asia Pacific Business MGMT20085 Operations Management MGMT20113 Strategy Implementation Plus 3 specialisation courses, selected from Plus 3 elective postgraduate courses, the Faculty of Business and Law provided selected from the faculty of Business and prerequisites have been met. Law provided prerequisites have been met Plus 4 specialisation courses chosen according to the rules for each stated specialisation Existing specialisations Proposed specialisations Financial Management Financial Management Any 4 courses from FINC20007 Financial Market Analysis FINC20006 Organisational Finance FINC20008 International Finance FINC20007 Financial Market Analysis FINC20009 Advanced Finance FINC20008 International Finance FINC20009 Advanced Finance FINC20010 Capital Budgeting Human Resources Management Human Resources Management HRMT20006 Human Resources Any three courses from:
  4. 4. Management on the Pacific Rim HRMT20006 Human Resources Management HRMT20007 Human Resources in the Asia Pacific Management HRMT20008 HRM Strategy & HRMT20008 Contemporary Issues in Human Implementation Resources Management HRMT20018 Managing the Employment HRMT20018 Contemporary Employment Relationship Relations HRMT2XXXX Global HRM Skills MGMT2XXXX Innovation and Change MGMT2XXXX Leadership and Governance Industry Industry BUSN2XXXX Industry Project (24 point course) Any 4 courses from: Information Systems COIS20026 Database Development & COIS20024 Information Systems Overview Management COIS20025 Information Systems COIS20027 Digital Telecommunications & Development Networks Plus any one from COIS20008 Information Systems Project COIS20026 Database Development & Planning & Management Management ECOM20001 Information Systems COIS20027 Digital Telecommunications & Management: Integrating e-Commerce Networks COIS20028 Management & Design of ECOM20001 Information Systems Advanced Systems Management ECOM20002 Security, Ethics & Electronic Commerce Systems COIS20010 Decision Support & Intelligent systems ECOM20004 Electronic Commerce – A Global Perspective International Business International Business Any 4 courses from Any 3 courses from HRMT20006 Human Resources HRMT20006 Human Resources Management Management on the Pacific Rim in the Asia Pacific MRKT20018 International Marketing MRKT20018 International Marketing LAWS20038 International Business Law HRMT20018 Managing the Employment FINC20007 Financial Market Analysis Relationship FINC20008 International Finance LAWS20038 International Business Law LAWS20055 International Contracts & FINC20007 Financial Market Analysis Business Transactions FINC20008 International Finance LAWS20055 International Contracts & Business Transactions LAWS20052 Law of e-Commerce and the Internet MRKT20027 Internet and Electronic Marketing Management Accounting Management Accounting ACCT20047 Strategic Cost Management ACCT20047 Strategic Cost Management ACCT20048 Management Accounting ACCT20048 Management Accounting Systems COIS20024 Information Systems Overview ECOM20001 Information Systems Management: Integrating e-Commerce
  5. 5. ACCT20051 Accounting Information for Decision Making Marketing Management Marketing Management Any 4 courses from: Any 3 courses from: MRKT20018 International Marketing MRKT20018 International Marketing MRKT20019 Marketing Management MRKT20021 Consumer and Organisational MRKT20020 Advanced Marketing Strategy Buyer Behaviour MRKT20021 Consumer Behaviour MRKT20024 Integrated Marketing MRKT20023 Selling & Direct Marketing Communications & Promotion MRKT20024 Advertising & Promotions MRKT20025 Market Research MRKT20025 Market Research MRKT20026 Service Product Marketing MRKT20026 Marketing of Service Products MRKT20027 Internet & Electronic MRKT20027 e-Marketing Marketing International Business Law Specialisation discontinued Any four courses from: LAWS20055 International Contracts & Business Transactions LAWS20038 International Business Law LAWS20042 Law of e-Commerce and the Internet LAWS20037 Law for Management LAWS20035 Environmental Regulation in the Asia Pacific Region e-Business Specialisation discontinued Any 4 courses from LAWS20042 Law of e-Commerce and the Internet MRKT20027 e-Marketing ECOM20004 Electronic Commerce – A Global Perspective HRMT20019 Management of Change ECOM20001 Information Systems Management: Integrating e-Commerce ECOM20007 Developing e-Commerce Solutions ECOM29008 E-Commerce Trading Systems COIS20010 Decision Support and Intelligent Systems COIS20028 Security, Ethics and e- Commerce Systems COMM20036 Informatics, Culture and Communication Environmental Stewardship Specialisation discontinued ECON20037 Corporate Environmental Management Plus any 3 courses from MGMT20083 Models of Sustainable Development ECON20025 Environmental Economics LAWS20039 Environmental Law and Regulation
  6. 6. TOUR20011 Sustainable Tourism Development LAWS20035 Environmental Regulation in the Asia-Pacific Region Health Services Management Health Care Business Systems Under separate code CF42 HLTH20007 Performance Management in 5 Health Core Courses which include Health Care HLTH20026 Management of Health Services HLTH2XXXX Health Care Business HMGT20006 Health Economics Systems Plus 3 of the following: Plus one of the following HLTH20007 Performance Measurement in HLTH20023 Advanced Nursing Informatics Health Care HLTH20009 Health Information Science HLTH20009 Health Information Science HLTH20034 Decisions Support in Health HLTH20010 Health Planning, Policy & Care Program Evaluation HLTH29030 Electronic Health Records and HLTH29030 Electronic Health Records and Standards Standards COIS19071 Research Methods 6.1 Justify the Proposed Change: The changes are necessary to move the Faculty towards accreditation for the MBA, and to make the MBA more relevant to the needs of students, to incorporate changes in the courses offered by the Faculty of Informatics and Communication and to use the resources of the Faculty of Business and Law more efficiently. • Accreditation requires a broad business core incorporating courses such as accounting, finance and law which are not currently part of core. • Some courses currently offered overlap or are outdated and the change in structure incorporates revised courses to overcome this problem. • The Faculty of Informatics and Communication has revised their programs requiring us to change the requirements for specialisations in information systems, e-Business, and management accounting. • Environmental stewardship should be removed as a specialisation from the MBA because of low enrolments in both the specialisation and the courses offered for this specialisation. 7. State any implications or resource issues for the Faculty, students and other Faculties/Divisions, eg: (staff, library, computing, equipment, space and distance education support). Staff: Redesign of programs and associated courses has reduced the number of courses to be offered to students. This is result in fewer demands on staff for teaching after the initial transition period. However there will be substantial work to revise courses both to ensure that we are moving towards what is required for accreditation in terms of content and to improve the general standard of courses offered. The other staff implication is in relation to specific areas of expertise. The revisions put more emphasis on commerce courses. The Heads of Departments are aware of these changes.
  7. 7. Library: In general, resources required are no more than at present. However, there is lack of access to some journals considered very important in areas which we have identified as areas of specialisation. No changes envisaged in requirements for computing, equipment, space and distance education support. 10. Statement from all other Heads of Campus where applicable, to indicate that they have had the opportunity to review this change of program, and indicating their support for, and where appropriate, their ability to resource, the delivery of the proposed program: Attached 11. Provide a full copy of Handbook information for the proposed modified program, where applicable. Master of Business Administration CF65 Duration: 2 years full-time, 3 years part-time Mode & Location: internal - ROK/GDC/MEL/SYD/BNE/FIJI/HKG/HTD, external Fees: Full-fee-paying Courses/Units of Credit: 12 courses/96 units of credit Faculty: Business & Law Entry: Direct Exit Awards: GCM, GDM Contact: Postgraduate Coordinator 07 4930 9358 International Students: International students studying in Australia must study full- time, on-campus. CQU CRICOS Program Codes:
  8. 8. Program Overview This program is designed to enhance the opportunities for graduates to obtain positions involving major managerial responsibilities in commerce, industry and government. Its broad aim is to provide a program which will enable its graduates to apply contemporary management and business knowledge and perspectives in an interdisciplinary manner to the dynamic environments in which they are likely to find themselves as managers. Entry • a bachelor's degree in any discipline from an Australian university or college, together with at least 2 years of work experience in a management capacity; or equivalent; or • an honours degree in business, management, commerce or economics from an Australian university; or equivalent; or • a bachelor's degree and a graduate diploma in business or management from an Australian university or college; or equivalent; or • a CQU graduate diploma of management. Program Structure (12 courses) Master of Business Administration (General Management) Code Course 9 core courses: ACCT20051 Accounting Information for Decision Making ECON20023 Economics for Business FINC20006 Organisational Finance HRMT20007 Human Resources Management Either LAWS20037 Law for Management Or Laws 20038 International Business Law MGMT2XXXX People, Work and Organisations MGMT20112 Strategy Development & Initiatives MGMT20085 Operations Management MRKT20019 Marketing Management 3 elective postgraduate courses, selected from the Faculty of Business & Law provided prerequisites have been met or any other postgraduate courses with the approval of the Dean.
  9. 9. Master of Business Administration (Specialisation) Students wishing to follow a program of study which concentrates on a specific area or field may graduate from the MBA with a stated specialisation. All students will be admitted to CF65 Master of Business Administration and upon enrolment must nominate a specialisation via attaching a plan through e.rolment. Available specialisations within the MBA are: • Financial Management • Health Services Management • Human Resources Management • Industry • Information Systems • International Business • Management Accounting • Marketing Management Program Structure Candidates must complete 12 courses (96 units of credit) to graduate with the Master of Business Administration, in a particular specialisation, which must include: Code Course 9 core courses: ACCT20051 Accounting Information for Decision Making ECON20023 Economics for Business FINC20006 Organisational Finance HRMT20007 Human Resources Management Either LAWS20037 Law for Management Or Laws 20038 International Business Law MGMT2XXXX People, Work and Organisations MGMT20112 Strategy Development & Initiatives MGMT20085 Operations Management MRKT20019 Marketing Management 3 specialisation courses chosen according to the rules for each stated specialisation:
  10. 10. Financial Management Code Course FINC20007 Financial Market Analysis FINC20008 International Finance FINC20009 Advanced Finance Health Care Business Systems Code Course HLTH20007 Performance Management in Health Care HLTH2XXXX Health Care Business Systems Plus one of the following HLTH20023 Advanced Nursing Informatics HLTH20009 Health Information Science HLTH20034 Decisions Support in Health Care HLTH29030 Electronic Health Records and Standards Human Resources Management Code Course Any 3 courses from HRMT20006 Human Resources Management in the Asia Pacific HRMT20008 HRM Strategy and Implementation HRMT20018 Managing the Employment Relationship MGMT2XXXX Innovation & Change MGMT2XXXX Leadership & Governance HRMT2XXXX Global HRM Skills Industry Code Course BUSN2XXXX Industry Project (This is a 24 point course) Information Systems Code Course COIS20024 Systems Management Overview COIS20025 Systems Development Overview Plus one of the following COIS20026 Database Development & Management COIS20027 Digital Telecommunications & Networks ECOM20001 Information Systems Management
  11. 11. International Business Code Course HRMT20006 Human Resources Management in the Asia Pacific MRKT20018 International Marketing HRMT20018 Managing the Employment Relationship LAWS20038 International Business Law FINC20007 Financial Market Analysis FINC20008 International Finance LAWS20055 International Contracts & Business Transactions LAWS20052 Law of e-Commerce and the Internet MRKT20027 Internet and Electronic Marketing Management Accounting Code Course ACCT20047 Strategic Cost Management ACCT20048 Management Accounting Systems COIS20024 Information Systems Overview Marketing Management Code Course Any 3 courses from: MRKT20018 International Marketing MRKT20021 Customer and Organisational Buyer Behaviour MRKT20024 Integrated Marketing Communications and Promotions MRKT20025 Market Research MRKT20026 Service Product Marketing MRKT20027 Internet and Electronic Marketing 12. Provide transitional arrangements as appropriate for continuing students in the restructured program Students will be sent a letter advising them of their options. The proposed transition arrangements are as outlined: Transition – MBA program For students wanting to complete under the old rules Students will be advised before Winter term 2004 to complete the core of the MBA by the end of spring-summer if possible. If they still have courses to complete in 2005 or later, they may choose to complete the core of the MBA program by substituting the courses listed below. Students will be able to continue to graduate under the old rules until the end of 2007.
  12. 12. Existing structure of the MBA Equivalent and substitute courses from the revised programs Compulsory Compulsory MGMT20093 – Managing in a Dynamic Environment MGMT2XXXX – People, Work and Organisations. This is a new course combining elements MGMT20112 - Strategy Formulation and Initiatives MGMT20093 and MGMT20094 MGMT20112 Strategy Development and Initiatives – no substantial change in this course Plus three of the following All of the existing courses have been discontinued. MGMT20094 – Organisational Analysis The following courses may be substituted ECON20023 – Economics for Business – This course ECON20024 – The Economics of the Asia Pacific is a more general economics courses. The Asian Pacific content is covered in HRMT20006 below. MGMT20095 – Asia Pacific Business HRMT20006 Human Resources Management on the MGMT20074 – Integrating Organisational Processes Pacific Rim MGMT20113 – Strategy Implementation MGMT20085 – Operations Management – This course overlaps with the content of MGMT20074 and MGMT20113 MGMT2XXXX –Leadership and Governance. This course includes the leadership aspects of MGMT20074 and MGMT20113 Plus 7 optional courses which may include a Plus 7 optional courses which may include a specialisation specialisation For continuing students wishing to transfer to the new program: The following courses are required under the new MBA rules. Students should check to determine how many credits they can obtain towards completion of their core courses and whether they should complete under the new rules. Depending on the courses already completed, students may be unable to complete a specialisation if they decided to complete under the revised rules. Required courses for the revised MBA Equivalent or substitute courses from the program existing program ACCT20051 Accounting Information for Decision ACCT20051 Accounting Information for Decision Making Making ECON20023 Economics for Business ECON20024 Economics of the Asia Pacific FINC20006 Organisational Finance FINC20006 Organisational Finance HRMT20007 Human Resources Management HRMT20007 Human Resources Management Either LAWS20037 Law for Management Either LAWS20037 Law for Management Or Laws 20038 International Business Law Or Laws 20038 International Business Law MGMT2XXXX People, Work and Organisations Students who have completed MGMT20093 Managing in a Dynamic Environment or MGMT20094 Organisational Effectiveness can be credited with MGMT2XXXX People Work and Organisations. Those who have completed both will receive credit for an additional (unspecified) optional course MGMT20112 Strategy Development & Initiatives MGMT20112 Strategy Formulation & Initiatives MGMT20085 Operations Management Students who have completed MGMT20085 Strategy Implementation and MGMT20074 Integrating Organisation Processes can receive credit for MGMT20085 plus one optional (unspecified) course
  13. 13. MRKT20019 Marketing Management MRKT20019 Marketing Management Students who have completed MGMT20096 Asia Pacific Business will receive credit for one optional (unspecified course). Transition arrangements for specialisations The following table shows the current requirements for specialisations and the arrangements made for students to complete their specialisations. Existing specialisations Proposed arrangements Financial Management The Faculty will continue to offer the Any 4 courses from following courses FINC20006 Organisational Finance FINC20006 Organisational Finance FINC20007 Financial Market Analysis FINC20007 Financial Market Analysis FINC20008 International Finance FINC20008 International Finance FINC20009 Advanced Finance FINC20009 Advanced Finance FINC20010 Capital Budgeting Human Resources Management Human Resources Management HRMT20006 Human Resources The Faculty will continue to offer the Management on the Pacific Rim following courses (names change but the HRMT20007 Human Resources courses are equivalent): Management HRMT20006 Human Resources HRMT20008 Contemporary Issues in Management in the Asia Pacific Human Resources Management HRMT20007 Human Resources HRMT20018 Contemporary Management Employment Relations HRMT20008 HRM Strategy & Implementation HRMT20018 Managing the Employment Relationship Information Systems Information Systems Any 4 courses from: The following courses will continue to be COIS20026 Database Development & offered in 2005 so students who have Management already completed some courses or who COIS20027 Digital Telecommunications have a strong background in information & Networks systems should choose from the COIS20008 Information Systems Project following: Planning & Management COIS20026 Database Development & ECOM20001 Information Systems Management Management: Integrating e-Commerce COIS20027 Digital Telecommunications COIS20028 Management & Design of & Networks Advanced Systems COIS20008 Information Systems Project ECOM20002 Security, Ethics & Planning & Management Electronic Commerce Systems ECOM20001 Information Systems COIS20010 Decision Support & Management: Integrating e-Commerce Intelligent systems ECOM20002 Security, Ethics & ECOM20004 Electronic Commerce – A Electronic Commerce Systems Global Perspective ECOM20004 Electronic Commerce – A Global Perspective Students who do not have a strong
  14. 14. background in information systems and have not started their specialisation COIS20024 Information Systems Overview COIS20025 Information Systems Development Plus one from COIS20026 Database Development & Management COIS20027 Digital Telecommunications & Networks ECOM20001 Information Systems Management International Business International Business Any 4 courses from Any 3 courses from HRMT20006 Human Resources HRMT20006 Human Resources Management on the Pacific Rim Management in the Asia Pacific MRKT20018 International Marketing MRKT20018 International Marketing LAWS20038 International Business Law HRMT20018 Managing the Employment FINC20007 Financial Market Analysis relationship FINC20008 International Finance LAWS20038 International Business Law LAWS20055 International Contracts & FINC20007 Financial Market Analysis Business Transactions FINC20008 International Finance LAWS20055 International Contracts & Business Transactions LAWS20052 Law of e-Commerce and the Internet MRKT20027 Internet and Electronic Marketing Management Accounting Management Accounting ACCT20047 Strategic Cost Management The following courses will continue to be ACCT20048 Management Accounting offered in 2005 Systems ACCT20047 Strategic Cost Management ECOM20001 Information Systems ACCT20048 Management Accounting Management: Integrating e-Commerce Systems ACCT20051 Accounting Information for ACCT20051 Accounting Information for Decision Making Decision Making Student who have not already completed ECOM20001 should substitute COIS20024 Information Systems Overview Marketing Management Marketing Management Any 4 courses from: Students will be able to complete their MRKT20018 International Marketing specialisation using fours courses from: MRKT20019 Marketing Management MRKT20018 International Marketing MRKT20020 Advanced Marketing MRKT20019 Marketing Management Strategy MRKT20021 Consumer and MRKT20021 Consumer Behaviour Organisational Buyer Behaviour MRKT20023 Selling & Direct Marketing MRKT20024 Integrated Marketing MRKT20024 Advertising & Promotions Communications & Promotions MRKT20025 Market Research MRKT20025 Market Research
  15. 15. MRKT20026 Marketing of Service MRKT20026 Service Product Marketing Products MRKT20027 Internet and Electronic MRKT20027 e-Marketing Marketing International Business Law International Business Law Any four courses from: Students will be able to complete their LAWS20055 International Contracts & specialisation from the following courses Business Transactions LAWS20055 International Contracts & LAWS20038 International Business Law Business Transactions LAWS20042 Law of e-Commerce and LAWS20038 International Business Law the Internet LAWS20042 Law of e-Commerce and LAWS20037 Law for Management the Internet LAWS20035 Environmental Regulation LAWS20037 Law for Management in the Asia Pacific Region e-Business e-Business Any 4 courses from Students will be able to compete their LAWS20042 Law of e-Commerce and specialisation using the following courses the Internet LAWS20042 Law of e-Commerce and MRKT20027 e-Marketing the Internet ECOM20004 Electronic Commerce – A MRKT20027 Internet and Electronic Global Perspective Marketing HRMT20019 Management of Change MGMT2XXXX Innovation and Change ECOM20001 Information Systems COMM20036 Informatics, Culture and Management: Integrating e-Commerce Communication ECOM20007 Developing e-Commerce Students who have a strong background Solutions in information systems can also choose ECOM29008 E-Commerce Trading from the following courses: Systems ECOM20004 Electronic Commerce – A COIS20010 Decision Support and Global Perspective Intelligent Systems HRMT20019 Management of Change COIS20028 Security, Ethics and e- ECOM20001 Information Systems Commerce Systems Management: Integrating e-Commerce COMM20036 Informatics, Culture and ECOM20007 Developing e-Commerce Communication Solutions ECOM29008 E-Commerce Trading Systems COIS20010 Decision Support and Intelligent Systems COIS20028 Security, Ethics and e- Commerce Systems Environmental Stewardship Environmental Stewardship ECON20037 Corporate Environmental ECON20037 Corporate Environmental Management Management Plus any 3 courses from And some of the other specialist course MGMT20083 Models of Sustainable will be made available as necessary in Development 2005 to allow students to complete this ECON20025 Environmental Economics specialisation. The numbers of students LAWS20039 Environmental Law and interested in this specialisation is believed Regulation to be very small. TOUR20011 Sustainable Tourism Development LAWS20035 Environmental Regulation
  16. 16. in the Asia-Pacific Region Health Services Management Health Services Management Under separate code CF42 There have been changes in both the 5 Health Core Courses which include Health Services Management courses and HLTH20026 Management of Health the Business and Law courses. We will Services be contacting students individually to HMGT20006 Health Economics inform them of the requirements to Plus 3 of the following: complete their degrees. The number of HLTH20007 Performance Measurement students involved is very small (16 in Health Care students). HLTH20009 Health Information Science HLTH20010 Health Planning, Policy & Program Evaluation HLTH29030 Electronic Health Records and Standards COIS19071 Research Methods 13 Statement of Accreditation, where applicable. Please state what steps have been taken to ensure continued accreditation by an outside body The program has not previously been accredited. The changes being made are to move towards accreditation with EQUIS. The following quote from the EQUIS MBA Guidelines indicates the direction necessary for this accreditation as explains why the above changes have been proposed: “It is important that the MBA be clearly identified with a certain type of content. The MBA curriculum provides broad coverage of the main functional areas in management, namely accounting, finance, marketing and sales, operations management, information systems management, law, human resource management. It is also expected to provide basic instruction in economics and quantitative analysis. The Curriculum will normally be highly integrative and will include courses in business policy and strategy. Beyond the mere acquisition of knowledge and technical skills the curriculum is expected to put theory into practice by focusing on the personal development of participants through such competencies as decision-making, team work, leadership skills, entrepreneurial potential, negotiation skills, communication and presentation skills. The later part of the programme should make provision for electives and may include the possibility for participants to choose a major area of study.” URL for Policy: Approval Process for Changes to Existing Programs: http://www.cqu.edu.au/ppmanual/academic/changeprog/approvchangeexistprog.htm

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