Undergraduate

The School of Management, UNSW Australia Business School offers undergraduate students a range of courses and degrees to Honours level in the fields of human resource management, international business and management.

Human Resource Management (HRM)

Students may choose to do an Human Resource Management major in the following Business School degrees:

Dual degrees

The Human Resource Management major is designed for students who are interested in a career in human resources, employment relations, recruitment or managing employees. HRM complements studies in finance, international business or business law, as well as psychology in a combined degree with science.

International Business

Students may choose to do an International Business major in the following Business School degrees:

Dual degrees

The International Business major seeks to explore important cultural, social, legal and political differences business managers face when operating in an international business environment as well as strategies to deal with these differences. It is designed for students who are interested in business in the global business environment. This major particularly complements studies in accounting, finance, information systems, marketing or a modern language.

Management

Students may choose to do a Management major in the following Business School degrees:

Dual degrees

The Management major is designed for students who are interested in the complex relations between power, people and resources. The major complements business studies such as accounting, finance, information systems or marketing.

Diploma in Innovation Management

A unique interdisciplinary undergraduate program administered through the Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE). The diploma aims to encourage an entrepreneurial mind-set and provide students with the knowledge and skills needed for developing business opportunities and commercial innovation.

This degree is open to undergraduate students of all faculties who have completed 36 units of credit and have a minimum 65 weighted average mark or higher if required by the student’s home faculty. Students are assessed for admission based on their past leadership and entrepreneurial activities, enthusiasm and academic achievement. Please note that some elective courses have prerequisites and/or need to be completed in sequential order.