List of minors in The Business School programs
List of minors in The Business School programs
A minor consists of 4 courses (or 48 credit points) within one discipline block. These minors will not be specified on your academic transcript or testamur.
You will be provided with a solid, practical foundation and relevant, technical and intellectual competence in accounting and related forms of financial expertise. This Minor will develop the essential ability of all managers under new accounting challenges to use complex accounting information as a platform for decision-making.
The demand for Blockchain experts is growing exponentially and this interdisciplinary Minor equips you with the ability to evaluate and develop Blockchain applications, while also accelerating your career development in Blockchain-related industries.
Students will have a set of tech skills, knowledge, and best practices on how technology helps solve complex problems. You will gain expertise in data analytics, agile project management, rapid prototyping and cyber security skills.
Students in this minor will learn essential risk analytical skills to identify cyber security risks, assess impacts and propose effective response measures. Students will be equipped with technical skills to conduct basic cyber security penetration testing and review organisational security policies from well-established security standards and frameworks.
The courses in the Digital Marketing Minor will introduce students to various technologies and business innovations. You will become adept with the use of digital and analytical tools to measure marketing effectiveness, including customer data analytics.
Upon completion of this Minor, you will gain the necessary skills to monitor, analyse and forecast economic trends and behaviours and potential implications for the decision-making process at the individual, business and government levels.
The Entrepreneurship Minor will help you form new venture ideas with tech-based solutions for digital start-ups and smart businesses, such as platform and app-based ventures enabling innovations for the future ahead. To be imaginative and innovative entrepreneurs, you will expand your learning into cross-cultural study, finance, negotiation, leadership, and other socio-economic contexts.
Graduates with this Minor will have real-world financial knowledge, strong analytical and problem-solving skills, and will easily understand the constantly evolving finance industry. You will gain experience working with leading financial and economic databases for professionals, simulated trading sessions, as well as portfolio construction/investment in the Financial Trading Lab.
This Minor equips you to understand the complex issues of doing business across national borders and develop the cross-cultural skills required to work with confidence in any organisation with global operations. You will also be able to interpret and analyse the connections of various activities within and between organisations, countries and industry sectors.
Students in this Minor will explore decision making, business analytics and risk management in global sourcing, smart warehousing, freight and distribution and optimised business operations. This Minor provides a range of business models for a complex business network, to guide decision-making processes regarding the overall supply chain competitiveness and sustainability.
Students in this Minor will build a strong fundamental understanding of organisations, leadership, and strategic capabilities while learning how to innovate for sustainability and a competitive advantage in a complex contemporary globalised context. You will learn how to become leaders capable of dealing with diverse issues, leading teams, and making business decisions across a variety of organisational structures in any industry.
This Minor will help you engage with advanced talent management. Through people analytics, students can find patterns that lead to predictions on future workforce needs as well as AI-based staffing methods to maximise the productivity and effectiveness of HR to discover the right talents for organisations.
This Minor is a global outlook program, helping you to develop knowledge and critical analysis skills relevant to contemporary tourism and hospitality management. Students will develop skills in professional business communication and customer service as well as in planning, designing, coordinating and managing events.
Applicable to students in program BP312 Bachelor of Tourism & Hospitality Management only.
If you do not want a specific minor, you can choose any four courses from the following list: