1 . Bachelor of Arts in Tourism & Events and Human Resource Management (Double Major) Core Units Tourism and Events Introduction to Travel and Tourism TOU102 Social Research Methods SOC 222 Sustainable Tourism TOU201 Public Policy Analysis POL 230 Festivals and Events TOU 212 Tourism and Management TOU 303 Events and Festivals Management TOU 304 [...]
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for example if you are doing engineering, can you do still take subjects in a commerce degree like finance and marketing? Also if you transfer from engineering to commerce, can you get credit recognition for these subejcts if you have done them already Chosen Answer: There are courses that are worth credit units for one [...]
WHAT DOES ALL THIS MEAN I want a bachelors degree to get into law school, would this qualify Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) Admission Requirements Normally, formal admission requires completion of a minimum of 60 applicable credits or a suitable two-year diploma program. Applicants who do not meet this requirement but possess other post-secondary credits and/or [...]
Right now I am about half way through getting a dual degree with a Bachelor of Commerce (majoring in marketing) and a bachelor of arts (majoring in economics). Do you think this degree choice will be worth while? I’ve been told that marketing degrees typically only lead to sales, which I don’t particularly want to [...]
There are 6 units in the first year of a business degree at uni perth australia, is there 6 different books?
In a uni degree of business/commerce at perth in the big 4 uni’s there are 6 units in the first year, is there 6 different books for those 6 core units? or is there just 1 big book for the whole year? what is the name of the book and writter id like to read [...]
I am doing B Commerce, it is only my first year so I am just doing the core subjects this year. Next year I have to decide what major(s) to do. I was planning to do a double major of Economics and Human Resources. What do you think are the career prospects for this combination? [...]