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									Faculty of Business & Enterprise.
Why Swinburne for Business?

 The Good Universities Guide 2009 ranks Swinburne as the best
 University in Melbourne for Teaching Quality and Graduate
 Satisfaction, with a five star rating for cultural diversity.


                               Graduate Satisfaction

                               Teaching Quality

                               Cultural Diversity
The Swinburne Model for Professional Learning
Swinburne combines teaching, research and industry expertise within a supportive real
world learning environment that produces great professional outcomes for its graduates:

       Industry links
       Professional placements (including IBL)
       In-depth studies
       Career skills (including Careers in the Curriculum)
       Electives plus
       International opportunities
       Diploma-degree pathways
       Study Abroad & Exchange
Faculty of Business and Enterprise
The Students and Programs Administration team is located in
Building AGSE 114. (Cnr Wakefield and William Streets)
The Students and Programs office assists students with:
    Enrolments
    Re-enrolments
    Change of units (amendments to enrolments)
    Course advice
    Other administration issues such as Leave of Absence and Special
     Consideration
How is the course structured?
The Bachelor of Business is made up of 24 units of study
   Business major including 2 Capstone Units
   Combination of 1 minor plus 2 single units or pathways/exemptions
    (Accounting only)
   Mandatory unit of study: HBG0004 – Careers in the Curriculum (zero credit
    point unit)
How long does it take to complete the Bachelor of Business?
   3 years full-time @ 4 units of study each semester
   6 years part-time @ 2 units of study each semester
Course Restrictions
   Complete only approved units of study
   Complete recommended units for professional recognition
   Complete no more than 26 units of study
   Major in Accounting
A major in Accounting is 18 units of study. This includes 2 Capstone Units.
The Accounting Major consists of the following units: (plus one minor and 2 single units to make
up 24 units of study)
                            HBC110N Accounting for Managers
                            HBH110N Organisation and Management
                            HIT1401 Introduction to Business Information Systems
                            HBE110N Microeconomics
                            HMB110/111 Quantitative Analysis
                            HBL111N Introduction to Business Law
                            HBC220N Financial Information Systems
                            HBC224N Finance
                            HBC228N Management Accounting for Planning and Control
                            HBC229N Analysis for Competitive Advantage
                            HBC221N Financial Accounting
                            HBC330N Accounting Theory
                            HBC225N Auditing
                            HBL221N Company Law
                            HBC331N Taxation
                            HBE220N Macroeconomics
                            HBG0004 Careers in the Curriculum (zero credit points)
                            HBY301N Project Practicum (Capstone Unit)
                            HBY302N Major Project (Capstone Unit)
   Major in Accounting & Finance
A major in Accounting & Finance is 24 units of study. This includes 2 Capstone Units.
The Accounting Major consists of the following units:
                            HBC110N Accounting for Managers
                            HBH110N Organisation and Management
                            HIT1401 Introduction to Business Information Systems
                            HBE110N Microeconomics
                            HMB110/111 Quantitative Analysis
                            HBL111N Introduction to Business Law
                            HBC220N Financial Information Systems
                            HBC224N Finance
                            HBC228N Management Accounting for Planning and Control
                            HBC229N Analysis for Competitive Advantage
                            HBC221N Financial Accounting
                            HBC330N Accounting Theory
                            HBC225N Auditing
                            HBL221N Company Law
                            HBC331N Taxation
                            HBE220N Macroeconomics
                            HBC242N Financial Planning and Investment
                            HBC343N Advanced Finance
                            HBE228N Banking and Financial Markets
                            HBE333N Financial Institutions and Monetary Policy
                            HBE335N International Finance
                            HBL333N Finance Law
                            HBG0004 Careers in the Curriculum (zero credit points)
                            HBY301N Project Practicum (Capstone Unit)
                            HBY302N Major Project (Capstone Unit)
  What is a Minor?
A minor is a group of 4 pre-determined units.
We offer many different minors in the following fields:
          Accounting
          Economics
          Finance
          Law
          Management
          Marketing
          Entrepreneurship and Innovation
          International Business
          Languages
More detailed Information can be found in your course structure (pages11-17)
Example of a Minor
 An example of a Minor is as follows:
 Accounting Plus minor
 HBC344N Social and Environmental Accounting
 HBC345N Forensic Accounting
 HBC246N Advanced Financial Information Systems
 HBC347N Financial Analysis and Valuation for Entrepreneurs

 Digital Marketing and Supply Chain Management minor
 HBM228N Digital and Direct Marketing
 HBM271N Customer Relationship Management
 HBM224N Global Logistics Management
 HBM225N Marketing Channel Management
Non-Business Co-majors & minors
 You may choose to study a minor from any
 Faculty at Swinburne University provided it fits
 in your chosen course structure.
   Examples of these are as follows:
   Minors:
        Psychology
        Internet Computing



 More information can be found on Course Finder at:
 http://www.swinburne.edu.au/courses/
What is the enrolment process?

   Step 1: Information Session – Course and Faculty Overview
   Step 2: Academic Advisory Sessions to help you determine which major,
            co-major or minors you want to study (optional)
   Step 3: Enrolment Session - a one on one consultation to have
            your degree planner checked, exemptions approved
            and assigned into your course plan, and units selected for study in
            2009
   Step 4: Data Entry session - enrol you into your selected units of
            study and receive Confirmation of Enrolment and Payment Advice (if
             applicable)
   Step 5: Student Information Centre - Student ID card issued.
   Step 6: 24-48 hours after enrolment - log in to Allocate + on website and
            select classes for Semester 1 2009
   Step 7: Orientation – Your orientation flyer is enclosed in your Student
            Guide. Dates are Tuesday 24th and Wednesday 25th February.
Where to locate Degree Planners?
 Your degree Planners are located in the front of the
 room. If you have not collected one, please do so as you
 leave.
 You can download and print a degree planner from the
 Faculty Website at:

           http://www.swinburne.edu.au/business/current-
                  students/undergraduate-courses.htm


PLEASE USE PENCIL WHEN FILLING IN YOUR DEGREE PLANNER AS CHANGES MAY BE
                                   REQUIRED.
Navigation of the Faculty Website
The Faculty website can be found at:
http://www.swinburne.edu.au/business/index.htm

Information on the following can be found:-



 Student Guide                                          My Swinburne
   (Assessment ; Appeals – Policies and Procedures)

 CourseFinder                                           Blackboard
 Course Structure and Pre Requisites                    Timetables
 Degree Planners                                        Allocate +
 Unit Convenors                                         Forms
                                                         Other Student information eg:
                                                          Summer School, re-enrolment info
                                                          as required
Final reminders
 Must bring proof of identity to the enrolment session –
  either your birth certificate or current passport - certified
  copies Note: A drivers licence is not acceptable
  HECS HELP form
  - tax file number, or proof that an application for a tax file
  number has been lodged
 Completed degree planner - your enrolling officer will be
  able to assist you if not completed
 Proxy - If you are unable to attend your enrolment session,
  you must arrange for a proxy on your behalf. Please ensure
  you provide the above documentation for your proxy to bring
  and complete the Proxy Authorisation form available at
  http://www.swinburne.edu.au/corporate/registrar/student/Enrol_Proxy_HE.pdf
  Or you can collect a form from AGSE114 Undergraduate office
   Where do I go to from here ?
   We are now conducting Academic Advisory Sessions to help you
   choose the right path towards your career. Academic staff are
   available to help you decide which major, co-major or minors will
   help you attain the maximum value from your studies at Swinburne
   University.
Sessions:                                              Locations:
Accounting & Finance                                   BA506/7
Entrepreneurship and Innovation                        BA504
Management                                             BA505
Human Resource Management                              BA508
International Business                                 BA509
Marketing                                              BA512
Credit Transfer - Pathways / Exemption

 If you are a pathways student coming from Tafe, or have
 completed any post VCE studies, please stay for a 10
 minute Exemptions talk.
 Any VCE students or students not seeking exemptions,
 please make your way to the Academic Advisory
 sessions for a 10.30am start. (Session optional)
 If you choose not to attend the Academic Advisory
 Session - see you at the Enrolment session next week 
Credit Transfer - Exemptions
TAFE Studies:
The following credits apply for completed TAFE studies:

   Completed Advanced Diploma students normally receive 12
    exemptions (comprising an articulation co-major and 4 matched units
    from their major)
   Completed Diploma students normally receive 8 exemptions
    (comprising an articulation minor and 4 matched units from their major)
   Completed Certificate 4 students normally receive 4 exemptions
    (comprising an articulation minor)
   Students MUST supply a Letter of Completion for their TAFE award to
    finalise exemptions. The letter must be submitted to the Undergraduate
    Office located in AGSE114, prior to 31st March 2009.
Note: Depending on your chosen major, the number of exemptions may vary.
Note: Exemptions will vary for TAFE Studies in areas other than Business
Credit Transfer - Exemptions
   Higher Education Studies:
    Any student who have completed previous Higher Education studies
    MUST bring their Original Results Certificate and copies of Unit
    outlines to their enrolment session, so exemptions can be determined.

   Overseas Studies:
    Any students who have completed overseas studies MUST bring their
    Original Results Certificate and copies of Unit outlines to their
    enrolment session, so exemptions can be determined.
       Failure to bring the above documents may delay your
                               enrolment
   Applications for exemptions should be finalised at the Enrolment Session.
   The final date for submission of late exemption applications is two weeks from
    the date of your first enrolment.
   The final date to submit Letter of Completion Certificates is 31 MARCH 2009.

								
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