MURDOCH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY - YOUR ON-CAMPUS PATHWAY TO MURDOCH UNIVERSITY
MURDOCH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY - YOUR ON-CAMPUS PATHWAY TO MURDOCH UNIVERSITY
MURDOCHINSTITUTE.WA.EDU.AU MURDOCH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY YOUR ON-CAMPUS PATHWAY TO MURDOCH UNIVERSITY PROSPECTUS 2018
Learning is a wonderful privilege and a highly rewarding endeavour that will open new opportunities and change your life for the better. At Murdoch University you are supported as you choose the best way for you to make your mark – to discover, challenge and solve. You will leave your studies with job-ready skills and benefit from a strategic, well-rounded and relevant education – the result of high quality teaching, leading edge research and strong industry links.
Murdoch University is a place where people from all over the world come together to make their mark and to make a difference. We look forward to welcoming you to Murdoch University. Murdoch Institute of Technology will provide you with the academic foundations required for undergraduate studies at Murdoch University and alternative entry to a range of Murdoch University bachelor degrees. Located on the Murdoch University campus, the highly supportive and structured yet academically challenging environment at Murdoch Institute of Technology will give you every opportunity to thrive in your chosen course.
With our support and your dedication, you will be well on your way to realising your study and career goals.
At Murdoch Institute of Technology (MIT) we take pride in offering our students the very best guidance and support. Our dedicated team is here to help you throughout your studies, to ensure peace of mind and a learning experience that is both successful and enjoyable. CONTENTS 4 Murdoch Institute of Technology 6 Murdoch University 8 Our Campus 10 Living in Perth 12 Your Pathway to Success PROGRAMS 14 Murdoch University Preparation Course 16 Murdoch University Preparation Course Curriculum 18 Murdoch University Preparation Course Unit Descriptions 20 Diploma of Business 22 Diploma of Communication & Media Studies 23 Diploma of Information & Communication Technology 25 Diploma Curriculum 26 Diploma Unit Descriptions 28 General English 29 English for Academic Purposes LIFE AT MIT 30 Student Life 31 Our Location 32 Accommodation IMPORTANT INFORMATION 35 Academic Calendar 36 International Fees & Entry Requirements 38 Domestic Fees & Entry Requirements 39 Application Form 41 Terms & Conditions Murdoch Institute of Technology reserves the right to alter, amend or delete information relating to programs and student services without prior notice.
Murdoch Institute of Technology assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of information provided by third parties. Dates listed for 2018 are indicative and may be subject to change in line with the University calendar. Information was correct at time of printing (November 2017). V1.0. WELCOME Professor Eeva Leinonen Vice Chancellor Murdoch University Kelly Pattison College Director Murdoch Institute of Technology
STUDY ON CAMPUS MAINTAINED UNIVERSITY SYLLABUS INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION FLEXIBLE STUDY OPTIONS GUARANTEED PATHWAY (based on successful completion) PREPARATION FORUNIVERSITY 5 4 STUDY ON CAMPUS Experience university life right from the start, with all lessons held at Murdoch University’s Perth campus. As the only college on campus, you will have access to a range of the University’s academic and recreational facilities at one of Australia’s largest campuses. DIRECT ENTRY PATHWAYS Murdoch Institute of Technology offers a variety of programs and pathways from Year 11 or 12 (or the international equivalent) to suit your individual academic needs and career goals.
Pathways to further study exist from the Murdoch University Preparation Course into the first year and from Diploma Courses into the second year of your related undergraduate degree at Murdoch University. UNIVERSITY SYLLABUS MIT courses have been designed in collaboration with Murdoch University academic staff and taken from the current University syllabus to ensure the best possible preparation for an easy transition into either first or second year of undergraduate study at Murdoch University. FLEXIBILITY AND CHOICE Enjoy flexibility while you study. MIT offers multiple start dates and course lengths depending on your academic level, availability and your selected degree you wish to study at Murdoch University.
With three intake dates per year (February, June and October) and multi-track (fast track / slow track options available in the MUPC program) you can complete relevant courses in different time frames to suit your needs, with the option to choose from a wide variety of Bachelor degrees at Murdoch University. PREPARATION ORIENTED LEARNING Lectures are supported by workshops, tutorials and seminars which involve group discussions. You will be assessed through course work, group projects and individual examinations, which will help you to adapt to the delivery and assessment methods you can expect to experience at university.
Importance is also placed on your personal study techniques to encourage development of effective time management, research and note-taking skills. CULTURALLY DIVERSE Our MIT students come from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, with students enrolled from over 40 different countries, meaning you will have the opportunity to study with students from around the globe. ACADEMIC SUPPORT Study in a highly supportive, structured and academically challenging environment. As a student you will have access to a range of support services designed to help you to achieve your goals. Additional learning opportunities, direction and assistance is provided through: § § free Academic Skills workshops and free English Language workshops § § one to one academic support from MIT’s dedicated Student Support Officer § § guidance on program and unit selection § § one to one consultation time with teachers when needed § § advice on locating subject-specific tutors for private subject tutoring § § access to MIT’s Student Learning Centre.
PERSONAL SUPPORT Caring and confidential advice is available to you on matters such as coping with study pressures, sudden illness or personal concerns. Students may be referred to qualified practitioners where appropriate.
We can also help you to understand what is required from you as a student and provide you with guidance to ensure your MIT experience is a successful one. INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION We’re proud of our experienced and qualified academics. You will benefit immensely from the smaller class sizes at MIT; an average class of 15 (maximum of 25) students compared to a lecture hall of hundreds means you will receive the individual attention and focused support needed as you prepare to integrate into your mainstream tertiary studies. PACKAGED ENROLMENTS MIT together with Murdoch University offers packaged enrolments for international students to assist in meeting the University’s academic and English entry requirements.
Successful international students are guaranteed direct entry into Murdoch University without having to reapply. Domestic students receive assistance from MIT staff with their enrolment to Murdoch University. NATIONAL ACCREDITATION Our Diploma programs are nationally accredited by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) and are Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) recognised. Our English language programs are endorsed by the National ELT Accreditation Scheme (NEAS). Murdoch Institute of Technology (MIT) provides domestic and international students with direct pathways to undergraduate study at Murdoch University.
You will experience university life within a highly supportive yet academically challenging learning environment. MURDOCH TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTEOF
7 WHY MURDOCH UNIVERSITY? Studying at Murdoch University isn’t just about learning in your chosen field. You’ll explore new ways of thinking, discover different perspectives and make a difference by applying cutting-edge theory with real-world experiences to ensure you’re ready for a successful career. We’re passionate about what we do and we’re here to help you gain the skills, knowledge and life experience you need to achieve your goals. There are many reasons why Murdoch University is the perfect place for you. WORLD-CLASS FACILITIES A Murdoch education means access to a range of unique courses and real-world facilities.
Our state-of-the-art facilities include an operating veterinary clinic, nationally renowned engineering pilot plant, fully-equipped TV and radio studios, practising chiropractic clinic, sports science performance labs and our world- class law moot court. You’ll also have 24 hour access to computer labs and our Library Learning Common.
INDUSTRY RELEVANT We work closely with industry, businesses, the community and the government across a range of exciting projects and initiatives, providing you with opportunities to apply your theory in a practical environment. Through work-integrated learning, practicum placements, hands-on projects and internship experiences, you will learn exactly how to meet industry demands. GLOBALLY CONNECTED Murdoch University's score for International outlook in the Times Higher Education's world University ranking for 2017 is within the top 60 in the world, illustrating our culturally diverse staff and student community.
With campuses in Perth, Singapore and Dubai, we proudly support more than 23,000 students from 120 different countries.
HELP WITH YOUR CAREER Our Careers and Employment Centre can help with your CV, work experience placements and interview coaching by providing mentoring programs, an extensive resource library and an online job register. OUR MURDOCH COMMUNITY Making friends, exploring new interests and having fun are all a huge part of your uni experience. At Murdoch you’ll have the chance to join our student clubs and Guild, be part of a range of uni events, become a volunteer or spend your free time at our Sports and Recreation Centre. LEADING ACADEMICS Our teaching staff have won awards, published books and achieved some amazing accomplishments – but most importantly they’re committed to helping you learn.
More than 73 per cent of Murdoch staff hold a doctorate degree, so you can be supported by top academics from around the globe, benefiting from their experience, knowledge and networks of contacts to help you launch your career. WIDE RANGE OF COURSES We have a variety of courses offering undergraduate majors in Arts, Business, Education, Engineering, Law, Nursing and Science. Our flexible course structure gives you the opportunity to combine different majors to maximise your qualifications, allowing you to create a unique degree for broader career opportunities.
WORLD-CLASS RESEARCH We are one of the leading research universities in Australia, with 87% of our research being assessed as world standard and higher. As a member of the Innovative Research Universities group we collaborate with a number of distinguished Australian universities to conduct research of national and international standing (ERA, 2016). Murdoch University is home to a community of over 23,000 students including 2,000 international students from over 120 countries studying together in Perth. The University brings together cutting edge scholarship and real-world practice to provide you with the skills and knowledge needed for successful professional careers.
1 Agriculture, Environmental Studies, Engineering and Technology, Humanities and Social Sciences, Languages, Nursing, Psychology, Veterinary Science. Good Universities Guide 2018..
2 Good Universities Guide 2018. 3 Times Higher Education World University Rankings. MURDOCH UNIVERSITY TOP 60 IN INTERNATIONAL OUTLOOK3 STUDENT-STAFF RATIOS2 BY THE GOOD UNIS GUIDE FOR ONE OF AUSTRALIA’S LARGEST CAMPUSES (227 HECTARES) NUMBER OF COURSES1 EMPLOYMENT IN WA IN A SALARY #1MEDIAN QUALITY RATING HIGHEST OVERALL ENGINEERING2 OF ANY UNIVERSITY IN WA FOR $2.5 MILLION WORTH OF AWARDED EACH YEAR
PARKING MURDOCH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SPORTS CENTRE LIBRARY COMPUTER ACCESS BUSH COURT BANKSIA COURT CHELODINA RESERVE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 SOCCER PITCH SPORTS COURTS 18 5 M 1 M 2 M 3 M 4 M 6 CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 16 ANIMAL CLINIC 8 LIBRARY 4 SPORTS CENTRE 8 9 CAMPUS FACILITIES 1 MURDOCH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 2 EDUCATION AND HUMANITIES 3 MURDOCH UNIVERSITY VILLAGE Living on campus offers you the opportunity to make the most of the MIT study experience with easy access to classes and the University facilities available.
4 SPORTS CENTRE The Sports and Recreation Centre provides facilities for basketball, volleyball, netball, badminton, soccer and squash. A fully equipped gymnasium is also available. 5 SOCIALSCIENCES 6 AMENITIES BUILDING The Amenities Building is home to the Student Guild, Kulbardi, the Chiropractic Clinic and tutorial rooms.
7 HEALTH RESEARCH CENTRE 8 LIBRARY The Murdoch University library has a huge range of books and journals (print and electronic), catalogues, articles, DVDs and more, with qualified library staff on duty providing help whenever needed. 9 ECONOMICS, COMMERCE AND LAW 10 ENVIRONMENTALSCIENCE 11 PHYSICALSCIENCES 12 ENGINEERING 13 SCIENCE AND COMPUTING 14 BIOLOGICALSCIENCES 15 VETERINARY BIOLOGICALSCIENCES 16 VETERINARY CLINICALSCIENCES 17 NURSING SIMULATION SUITES 18 CLINIC PADDOCKS 19 ANIMAL HOUSE PADDOCKS COMPUTER ACCESS Computers in the Learning Common are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
There are also a number of other computer laboratories located on campus for student use. SECURITY ON CAMPUS The Murdoch University Security Services team are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Services include patrols of the campus and escort services. Emergency telephone call points are situated across campus. AMENITIES STUDENT GUILD SHOP AND CAMPUS BOOKSHOP A WIDE RANGE OF FOOD AND DRINK RETAILERS MULTI-FAITH WORSHIP CENTRE BANKING FACILITIES FOR BANKWEST, UNICREDIT AND ANZ MURDOCH GUILD TAVERN HEALTH CENTRE Find out more about Murdoch University’s South Street campus by attending an open day or take an online tour at www.murdoch.edu.au OUR Murdoch University’s Perth campus lies just 15km south of Perth’s CBD.
It covers 227 hectares, making it one of Australia’s largest campuses.
Students also receive 40% discount for other transport FREE BUSES IN CBD Population 2.04 MILLION3 Perth students are 1/3 INTERNATIONAL4 Direct flights to Perth from these major cities: Sydney (4.5 hours) Melbourne (4 hours) Bali (3.5 hours) Bangkok (7 hours) Singapore (5.5 hours) Jakarta (4 hours) Kuala Lumpur (5.5 hours) Hong Kong (8 hours) Guangzhou (8 hours) Dubai (13.75 hours) Perth Melbourne Sydney 7 TH MOST LIVABLE CITY IN THEWORLD2 1 Reference www.bom.gov.au 2 Economist Intelligence Unit - Global Liveability Ranking 2016. 3 Australian Bureau of Statistics 2016. 4 studentcities.com.au MEDITERRANEAN CLIMATE WARM SUMMERS MILD WINTERS 24.7 ○ C AVERAGE SUMMER TEMPERATURES 1 12 AVERAGE WINTER TEMPERATURES 1 ○ C 10 LIVING IN PERTH A cosmopolitan city with a population of approximately 2 million people, Perth is located on the bank of the Swan River in Western Australia.
Consistently ranked as one of the top ten most livable cities in the world, Perth is a youthful and diverse city with one third of its students from overseas. With 3000 hours of sunshine a year, more than any other Australian capital city, you’ll enjoy warm summers and short, mild winters. Perth combines its lively urban charm of bustling shops, restaurants and bars with spectacular outdoor spaces including King’s Park and the Botanic Gardens, one of the worlds largest inner city parks and endless coastline of white sand beaches, meaning there is plenty to do when its time for a break from study.
Find out more about studying in Perth at www.studyperth.com.au FEATURES PERTH OF SUNNY WHITESAND BEACHES CONVENIENT BEAUTIFUL NATURE CULTURE DIVERSE FOOD SHOPPING DIVING NIGHTLIFE COST OF LIVING Typical budget for an Australian student living out of home in Perth: COST PER WEEK EXPENSE From $165 Rent* based on single room From $80 Food From $15 Public transport From $10 Phone From $5 Internet From $80 Entertainment TOTAL From $355 ($18,460 annually) * www.studyperth.com.au/live-perth/living-expenses
13 DIPLOMA Diploma of Business Diploma of Information and Communication Technology Diploma of Communication and Media Studies Upon graduation you may choose to follow one of the many career paths available to you. The list below provides an example of the employment industries and graduate career sectors in which you will be able to apply your new skills, confidence and knowledge. § § Accounting § § Information Technology § § Business § § Chiropractic Science § § Law § § Marketing § § Communications § § Media § § Conservation § § Production § § Digital Security § § Public Relations § § Government § § Retail § § Hospitality § § Tourism § § Information Security UNDERGRADUATE Bachelor of Business § § Accounting § § Human Resources Management § § Banking § § Business Law § § International Business § § Economics* § § Management § § Finance § § Marketing § § Hospitality and Tourism Management Bachelor of Science § § Business Information Systems § § Games Technology § § Internetworking and Network Security* § § Computer Science § § Cyber Forensics and Information Security* § § Mobile and Web Application Development § § Games Software Design and Production Bachelor of Arts § § Tourism and Events* § § International Aid and Development Bachelor of Communication § § Global Media and Communication § § Journalism § § Strategic Communication PATHWAY Our academically challenging yet supportive environment inspires and empowers you to do your best.
With entry options to suit every student entering from Australian Year 11 or 12 or the international equivalent, Murdoch Institute of Technology acts as the bridge to further tertiary study at Murdoch University. YOUR EAP 2 EAP 1 EAP 1 GENERAL ENGLISH Elementary Pre-intermediate Intermediate ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES Year 11/12 or international equivalent ▸ Mature age ▸ Year 11/12 or international equivalent ▸ Mature age ▸ MURDOCH UNIVERSITY PREPARATION COURSE IELTS 5.5 ▸ Year 12 or international equivalent ▸ ATAR 50+ ▸ Mature age ▸ * Major requiring addtional units to be taken at Murdoch University.
** Majors such as Law (78%) and Chiropractic Science (65%) require an increased average for progression. 50%+ pass in all units** 50%+ pass in all units 50%+ pass in all units 50%+ pass in all units IELTS 5.5 ▸ Year 11/12 or international equivalent ▸ IELTS 6.0-7.0 ▸ EAP 2 UNDERGRADUATE Most popular degrees and majors include: Animal Science, Biomedical Science, Business, Chiropractic Science, Computer Science, Education, Engineering, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Law, Nursing, Strategic Communication and Psychology YEAR 1 POSTGRADUATE Students also need to satisfy academic entry requirements YEAR 3+ SUCCESS TO YEAR 2 CAREER
14 15 MURDOCH UNIVERSITY PREPARATION COURSE The Murdoch University Preparation Course (MUPC) prepares you for successful transition to degree-level study, providing a pathway to the first year of study of a bachelor degree at Murdoch University. You can choose a program and intake according to your individual needs, academic advancement and unique career aspirations. WHY STUDY A MURDOCH UNIVERSITY PREPARATION COURSE? § § Successful completion of the Murdoch University Preparation Course (MUPC) will provide you with direct entry into first year of your chosen Bachelor degree at Murdoch University.
§ § You will receive individual guidance and support to achieve your personal and academic goals.
§ § There are three MUPC programs to suit your individual requirements and abilities. § § Experience life on campus while studying at Murdoch University’s South Street campus. § § Articulation available to all undergraduate degrees at Murdoch University, with the exception of a Bachelor of Veterinary Science, which can be accessed through a Bachelor of Animal Science. § § Options are available to fast track the MUPC and complete it in one trimester or take more time and complete over two or three trimesters.
§ § Flexibility to begin your studies at any one of the three different intake dates every year (February, June and October).
PROGRAM OPTIONS Murdoch Institute of Technology offers three Murdoch University Preparation Course options. The appropriate program for you will depend on your academic qualifications, English proficiency and preferred Bachelor’s degree at Murdoch University. MURDOCH UNIVERSITY PREPARATION COURSE 6 (MUPC 6) The MUPC 6 program includes six units, which may be completed over two or three trimesters. This course is for students who have successfully completed Year 11 or the international equivalent and meet the necessary English entry requirements. MURDOCH UNIVERSITY PREPARATION COURSE 4 (MUPC 4) The MUPC 4 program is comprised of four units, which may be completed over two trimesters.
It is for students who have finished Year 12, with no ATAR subjects.
MURDOCH UNIVERSITY PREPARATION COURSE 3 (MUPC 3) The MUPC 3 program is an accelerated course made up of three units, which may be completed over one trimester. It is for students who have successfully completed Year 12 or the international equivalent and meet the necessary English entry requirements. PROGRAM OVERVIEW You will study up to six units, depending on the necessary MUPC and their chosen bachelor degree at Murdoch University. Please refer to page 16 for further information and unit recommendations.
MUPC 6 MUPC 4 MUPC 3 Program length 2-3 trimesters (15 weeks per trimester) 2 trimesters (15 weeks per trimester) 1 trimester (15 weeks per trimester) Intake dates 2018 Feb 19, Jun 18, Oct 15 2019 Feb 18, Jun 17, Oct 14 English entry requirements IELTS 5.5 overall (no band less than 5.0), or equivalent.
Academic entry requirements Australian Year 11 or equivalent (See academic entry requirements on page 36-38) Tutorial size Average 15, maximum 25 Study load 9 hours per unit per week plus workshops Minimum age 16 years STUDY PLANNER MIT offers flexible study paths, with a number of multiple start dates and course lengths to choose from, depending on your academic level, availability and degree destination at Murdoch University. MUPC INTO MURDOCH UNIVERSITY SEMESTER 1 TRIMESTER 1 February TRIMESTER 2 June TRIMESTER 3 October SEMESTER 1 February SEMESTER 2 July MURDOCH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY MURDOCH UNIVERSITY MUPC 6 Option 1 2 UNITS 2 UNITS 2 UNITS YEAR 1 YEAR 1 Option 2 3 UNITS 3 UNITS MUPC 4 2 UNITS 2 UNITS YEAR 1 YEAR 1 MUPC 3 3 UNITS YEAR 1 YEAR 1 MUPC INTO MURDOCH UNIVERSITY SEMESTER 2 TRIMESTER 2 June TRIMESTER 3 October TRIMESTER 1 February SEMESTER 2 July MURDOCH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY MURDOCH UNIVERSITY MUPC 6 Option 1 2 UNITS 2 UNITS 2 UNITS YEAR 1 Option 2 3 UNITS 3 UNITS MUPC 4 2 UNITS 2 UNITS YEAR 1 MUPC 3 3 UNITS YEAR 1 STRUCTURE You will study a number of core and elective units, aligned with your selected MUPC, to the required standard in order to progress to your chosen degree at Murdoch University (as illustrated below).
MUPC 6 6 Units 2 core units +4 elective units MUPC 4 4 Units 2 core units +2 elective units MUPC 3 3 Units 1 core unit +2 elective units PATHWAY Successful completion of the Murdoch University Preparation Course allows you to progress into the first year of your selected undergraduate degree at Murdoch University. MURDOCH UNIVERSITY PREPARATION COURSE DIPLOMA POSTGRADUATE CAREER MURDOCH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY YEAR 3+ YEAR 2 YEAR 1 UNDERGRADUATE MURDOCH UNIVERSITY
16 17 MURDOCH UNIVERSITY MURDOCH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Bachelors Degree (First year entry) Years Intakes Required progression Score from MUPC Intakes Recommended Units (core and electives) Core Units Elective Units ARTS History 3 Feb 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Communications I, Information Technology I Language for Study, Marketing, Management, Economics, Introductory Law, Communications II Philosophy 3 Indonesian 3 Feb 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Language for Study, Communications II Japanese 3 Theatre and Drama 3 English and Creative Writing 3 Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Language for Study, Marketing, Management, Introductory Law, Communications II Global Politics and Policy 3 Language for Study, Management, Economics, Introductory Law, Communications II Psychology 3 Language for Study, Human Biology, Communications II Sociology 3 Language for Study, Management, Economics, Introductory Law, Communications II Tourism and Events 3 Language for Study, Marketing, Management, Communications II International Aid and Development 3 Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Communications I, Information Technology I, Mathematics and Statistics I Language for Study, Accounting, Marketing, Management, Economics, Introductory Law, Communications II Community Development 3 Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Marketing, Management, Economics, Introductory Law, Communications II Security, Terrorism and Counterterrorism Studies 3 Management, Economics, Introductory Law, Communications II Sustainable Development 3 Management, Economics, Introductory Law, Communications II BUSINESS Accounting 3 Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Communications I, Information Technology I, Mathematics and Statistics I Language for Study, Accounting, Marketing, Management, Economics, Introductory Law Banking 3 Business Law 3 Economics 3 Finance 3 International Business 3 Management 3 Marketing 3 Hospitality and Tourism Management 3 Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Communications I, Information Technology I, Mathematics and Statistics I Language for Study, Accounting, Marketing, Management, Economics, Introductory Law, Communications II Human Resources Management 3 CREATIVE MEDIA Games Art and Design 3 Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Communications I, Information Technology I, Mathematics and Statistics I Language for Study, Accounting, Marketing, Management, Economics, Introductory Law, Communications II Graphic Design 3 Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Language for Study, Communications II Sound 3 Photography 3 Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Communications I, Information Technology I Language for Study, Communications II Screen Production 3 CRIMINOLOGY Crime Science 3 Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Communications I, Information Technology I, Mathematics and Statistics I Language for Study, Human Biology, Communications II, Introductory to Law Criminal Behaviour 3 Legal Studies 3 COMMUNICATION Strategic Communication 3 Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Communications I, Information Technology I Language for Study, Marketing, Management, Economics, Introductory Law, Communications II Journalism 3 Global Media and Communication 3 EDUCATION* Early Childhood and Primary Teaching 4 Feb 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Communications 1, Information Technology 1, Mathematics and Statistics I Unit selection is dependent on teaching specialisation.
Please consult MIT staff. Primary Teaching 4 Primary, 1-10 Health and Physical Education 4 Secondary Teaching + Arts 5 Secondary Teaching + Science 5 MURDOCH UNIVERSITY PREPARATION COURSE CURRICULUM You will study a number of units, determined by your chosen course. MIT staff can provide guidance on the appropriate units for your individual study goals and degree destinations or you may choose to select your own subject stream of interest. MURDOCH UNIVERSITY MURDOCH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering (Honours) 4 Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Communications I, Information Technology I, Mathematics and Statistics I Language for Study, Mathematics and Statistics II† , Chemistry† , Physics† Electrical Power Engineering (Honours) 4 Environmental Engineering (Honours) 4 Industrial Computer Systems Engineering (Honours) 4 Instrumentation and Control Engineering (Honours) 4 Renewable Energy Engineering (Honours) 4 LAWS Laws (LLB) (Honours) 4 Feb, Jul 78% + Feb, Jun, Oct Communications I, Information Technology I, Language for Study Introductory Law Laws + Arts (Combined) 5 Laws + Business (Combined) 5 Feb, Jul 78% Communications I, Information Technology I, Language for Study, Mathematics and Statistics I See Recommended Units associated with specific Behaviour destinations.
Laws + Criminology (Combined) 5 NURSING* Nursing 3 Feb 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Communications I, Information Technology I, Mathematics and Statistics I Language for Study, Chemistry, Human Biology SCIENCE Animal Health 3 Feb 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Communications I, Information Technology I, Mathematics and Statistics I Language for Study, Mathematics and Statistics II† , Chemistry† , Physics† , Human Biology Animal Science 3 Biological Sciences 3 Feb, Jul Biomedical Science 3 Chiropractic Science + Clinical Chiropractic 5 Feb 65% Molecular Biology 3 Feb, Jul 50% Chemistry 3 Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Language for Study, Mathematics and Statistics II† , Chemistry† , Physics† Engineering Technology 3 Feb Mineral Science 3 Physics and Nanotechnology 3 Business Information Systems 3 Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Language for Study, Mathematics and Statistics II† Computer Science 3 Cyber Forensics and Information Security 3 Games Software Design and Production 3 Games Technology 3 Internetworking and Network Security 3 Mobile and Web Application Development 3 Clinical Laboratory Science 3 Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Language for Study, Mathematics and Statistics II† , Chemistry† , Human Biology Crop and Pasture Science 3 Environmental Management and Sustainability 3 Environmental Science 3 Laboratory Medicine 1^ Marine Biology 3 Feb Marine Science 3 Feb, Jul Conservation and Wildlife Biology 3 Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Language for Study, Chemistry† , Human Biology Forensic Biology and Toxicology 3 Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Language for Study, Chemistry† , Physics† , Human Biology Sport and Excercise Science 3 Feb Sport and Health Science 3 Feb, Jul Mathematics and Statistics 3 Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Mathematics and Statistics II† Psychology 3 Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Communications I, Information Technology I, Language for Study, Human Biology, Communications II Veterinary Science 5 Feb Transfer available from Animal Science based on academic results and other selection criteria.
* International students need to meet specific English requirements for these majors. † Students who receive 50% or above in Mathematics and Statistics II, Chemistry and Physics may be eligible for preclusion from some first year units at Murdoch University. ^ After completing the Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science plus a second major in Biomedical Science, Molecular Biology or Forensic Biology and Toxicology. Mathematics and Statistics I is a prerequisite for some degree destinations and must precede Mathematics and Statistics II. Please contact MIT for more information.
Please note that some elective units may not be offered every trimester. Recommended subjects will vary by degree destination.
18 MURDOCH UNIVERSITY PREPARATION COURSE UNIT DESCRIPTIONS Each unit of study builds concepts from an introductory level through to University entrance level, bridging gaps in subject knowledge and learning techniques. CORE UNITS Communications I PCOM1 Oral and written skills required to communicate effectively in further studies. Includes researching, analysing, organising and presenting information using the most efficient communication processes. Information Technology I PICT1 Develop competencies which will give the flexibility to explore and use software packages to meet study and career demands.
Mathematics and Statistics I PMAS1 Includes the foundations of algebra, calculus and statistics (basic level mathematical skills). Prerequisite for the Mathematics and Statistics II Elective. ELECTIVE UNITS Accounting PACF1 Understand the financial operations of different forms of business organisations and non-trading enterprises. Develop skills and knowledge in processing financial data, producing and analysing reports. Chemistry PCHM1 Physical and chemical properties of substances, the nature of matter and a study of chemical reactions and processes. Overview of chemical science and its impact on society and the environment.
Communications II PCOM2 An analysis of media communication including construction and meaning in language systems and complex media technologies; an awareness of the political, social, economic, historical and technological implications of the media. Economics PECO1 The economic framework in which societies operate. Introduction to the concepts of Market Forms, the application of economic principles to manufacturing firms and an introduction to broad macroeconomic concepts and their applications. Human Biology PHBT1 Biological evolution of humans, the human life cycle, the structure, processes and function of the human body including cellular respiration, synthesis and growth.
Introductory Law PLAW1 Legal obligations, risks and responsibilities facing both employers and employees in a range of fields and industries. It will also address some of the personal rights and responsibilities, from a legal perspective, of individuals in Australia.
Language for Study PLAN1 This unit is designed to give students increased ability and confidence in the English language skills required for University study. Management PMAM1 Roles of management within various types of businesses in Australia and the wider trading community. Provides an overview of the influencing factors to be considered by managers. Marketing PMAR1 Roles of marketing within various types of businesses in Australia and the wider trading community. Provides an overview of the marketing mix and the influencing factors to be considered by marketers. Mathematics and Statistics II PMAS2 Builds on the algebra and statistics components of mathematics and statistics I, and introduces vector geometry and trigonometry.
Provides sound preparation for students intending to pursue tertiary studies. Physics PPHY1 Matter and energy and their interactions – includes basic principles of physics and their applications to the technologies on which modern society depends. Involves practical investigations, tasks incorporating logical and analytical thinking and the communication of scientific information and ideas. Jieye (Geri) Liu China MUPC pathway to B. Science in Animal Science Studying at MIT has given me the skills and confidence to complete my assignments and write well academically. Murdoch has a reputation as one of the best Vet schools in Australia, with the degree recognised internationally, and there is even an animal farm on campus.
When I graduate, I plan to work in a small practice or a pet clinic as a Veterinary Scientist.”
Study now and pay later FEE-HELP** available! 20 DIPLOMA OF BUSINESS Designed to give you a comprehensive introduction to the business world, this diploma program provides a direct pathway into the second year of a range of Murdoch University degrees. The Diploma of Business is designed for those of you interested in a Bachelor of Business at Murdoch University, with a choice of major in the following: § § Accounting § § Banking § § Business Law § § Economics* § § Finance § § Hospitality and Tourism Management § § Human Resources Management § § International Business § § Management § § Marketing * Majors requiring additional units to be taken at Murdoch University.
The Diploma of Business incorporates the study of business as a process, its organisational context and the environment in which it operates. You will develop the basic knowledge and skills to enable you to work successfully in a variety of business settings across a wide range of business functions. Individual guidance on unit selection will ensure your completed MIT diploma meets the core unit requirements of your intended major(s) at Murdoch University. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES § § Financial Representative § § Marketing Manager § § Supply Chain Analyst § § Hotel Manager § § Economist § § Accountant These are just an example of the many different careers that might be available to students who graduate from a related degree at Murdoch University.
8 Units 6 core units +2 elective units STRUCTURE THE FACTS Program length 2-3 trimesters (15 weeks per trimester) Unit options Please refer to the curriculum on page 25 Hours of tuition 4 hours per unit per week Entry requirements See pages 36-38 for more information Tutorial size Average 15, maximum 25 Minimum age 17 years Intake dates 2018 Feb 19, Jun 18, Oct 15 2019 Feb 18, Jun 17, Oct 14 ** Eligible domestic students who satisfy citizenship and residency requirements may apply for FEE-HELP. Go to www.studyassist.gov.au for more information. Marvelous Chatikobo Zimbabwe Diploma of Business pathway to B.
Business (Accounting) / B. Laws MIT is the ideal environment for a smooth transition into university with all the support and guidance necessary for success. I learnt a lot and really improved my interpersonal skills, critical thinking and academic writing skills.” PATHWAY Successful completion of the Diploma of Business allows you to progress into the second year of your selected undergraduate degree at Murdoch University. DIPLOMA POSTGRADUATE CAREER MURDOCH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY YEAR 3+ YEAR 2 YEAR 1 UNDERGRADUATE MURDOCH UNIVERSITY
22 23 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES § § Fundrasier or Event Manager § § Advertising Account Manager § § Public Relations Consultant § § TV or Radio Program Manager § § Media Planner or Buyer § § Corporate Communications Manager These are just an example of the many different careers that might be available to students who graduate from a related degree at Murdoch University. DIPLOMA OF COMMUNICATION & MEDIA STUDIES PATHWAY Successful completion of the Diploma of Communication and Media Studies allows you to progress into the second year of your selected undergraduate degree at Murdoch University. DIPLOMA POSTGRADUATE CAREER MURDOCH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY YEAR 3+ YEAR 2 YEAR 1 UNDERGRADUATE MURDOCH UNIVERSITY Study now and pay later FEE-HELP** available! 8 Units 6 core units +2 elective units STRUCTURE 8 Units 6 core units +2 elective units STRUCTURE THE FACTS Program length 2-3 trimesters (15 weeks per trimester) Unit options Please refer to the curriculum on page 25 Hours of tuition 4 hours per unit per week Entry requirements See pages 36-38 for more information.
Tutorial size Average 15, maximum 25 Minimum age 17 years Intake dates 2018 Feb 19, Jun 18, Oct 15 2019 Feb 18, Jun 17, Oct 14 ** Eligible domestic students who satisfy citizenship and residency requirements may apply for FEE-HELP. Go to www.studyassist.gov.au for more information. Ideal for those wishing to pursue a career in film, journalism or public relations, this diploma provides a solid understanding of the theoretical and practical elements of communication. The Diploma of Communication and Media Studies is designed for those of you interested in studying a Bachelor of Arts at Murdoch University, with a choice of major in the following: § § Global Media and Communication § § Graphic Design* § § Journalism § § Screen Production* § § Strategic Communication* § § Tourism and Events* * Majors requiring additional units to be taken at Murdoch University.
This Diploma will develop your understanding of the basics of communication, and the many social impacts it has. Upon successful completion of this Diploma program you will qualify for direct entry into the second year of a range of Murdoch University Bachelor of Arts degrees. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES § § Business Analyst § § Systems or Security Analyst § § IT Security Manager § § Game Programmer § § Web Designer These are just an example of the many different careers that might be available to students who graduate from a related degree at Murdoch University. DIPLOMA OF INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY PATHWAY Successful completion of the Diploma of Information and Communication Technology allows you to progress into the second year of your selected undergraduate degree at Murdoch University.
DIPLOMA POSTGRADUATE CAREER MURDOCH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY YEAR 3+ YEAR 2 YEAR 1 UNDERGRADUATE MURDOCH UNIVERSITY Study now and pay later FEE-HELP** available! Develop an understanding of how information technology is embedded in society and explore its wide-ranging role both in its physical form and as a communication process. The Diploma of Information and Communication Technology is designed for those of you interested in studying a Bachelor of Science at Murdoch University, with a choice of major in the following: § § Business Information Systems § § Computer Science § § Cyber Forensics and Information Security* § § Games Software Design and Production § § Games Technology § § Internetworking and Network Security* § § Mobile and Web Application Development * Majors requiring additional units to be taken at Murdoch University.
This Diploma provides an introduction to computer software, hardware, processes, information systems and programming languages as they are being used today and developed for the future. The skills and knowledge gained throughout the diploma can be applied in a huge variety of sectors providing support, direction and inspiration to both small and large organisations. Upon successful completion of this diploma program you will qualify for direct entry into the second year of a range of Murdoch University Bachelor of Science degrees. THE FACTS Program length 2-3 trimesters (15 weeks per trimester) Unit options Please refer to the curriculum on page 25 Hours of tuition 4 hours per unit per week Entry requirements See pages 36-38 for more information.
Tutorial size Average 15, maximum 25 Minimum age 17 years Intake dates 2018 Feb 19, Jun 18, Oct 15 2019 Feb 18, Jun 17, Oct 14 ** Eligible domestic students who satisfy citizenship and residency requirements may apply for FEE-HELP. Go to www.studyassist.gov.au for more information.
25 STUDY PATHWAY There are a number of flexible pathways to study at Murdoch University, with multiple start dates and course lengths to choose from based on your availability and prior learning. TRIMESTER 1 February: 15 weeks TRIMESTER 2 June: 15 weeks TRIMESTER 3 October: 15 weeks SEMESTER 1 February SEMESTER 2 July MURDOCH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY MURDOCH UNIVERSITY OPTION 1 3 UNITS 3 UNITS 2 UNITS YEAR 2 YEAR 2 OPTION 2 4 UNITS 4 UNITS YEAR 2 YEAR 2 OPTION 3 3 UNITS 3 UNITS 2 UNITS YEAR 2 OPTION 4 4 UNITS 4 UNITS YEAR 2 MURDOCH UNIVERSITY MURDOCH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Bachelors Degree (Second year entry)† Intakes Required progression Score from Diploma Intakes Recommended Units (core and electives) Core Units Elective Units ARTS English and Creative Writing* Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Academic Learning Skills, Introduction to Communication, Introduction to Digital Media Skills, Introduction to Journalism, Introduction to Public Relations, Ideas and Identity Introduction to Media, Contemporary Culture History* Philosophy* Sociology* Sustainable Development* Theatre and Drama* Tourism and Events* International Aid and Development* Global Politics and Policy* Security, Terrorism and Counterterrorism Studies* CREATIVE MEDIA Graphic Design* Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Academic Learning Skills, Introduction to Communication, Introduction to Digital Media Skills, Introduction to Journalism, Introduction to Public Relations, Ideas and Identity Introduction to Media, Contemporary Culture Screen Production* COMMUNICATION Global Media and Communication Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Academic Learning Skills, Introduction to Communication, Introduction to Digital Media Skills, Introduction to Journalism, Introduction to Public Relations, Ideas and Identity Introduction to Media, Contemporary Culture Journalism Strategic Communication* BUSINESS Accounting Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Academic Skills for Business, Foundations of Accounting, Foundations of Economics, Foundations of Management and Governance, Foundations Mathematics for Business, Transforming Business Foundations of Business Law Business Law Finance Human Resources Management Management Banking Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Economics* Hospitality and Tourism Management Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Foundations of Business Law, Introduction to Tourism Systems International Business Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Foundations of Marketing, Understanding International Politics Marketing Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Foundations of Marketing SCIENCE Business Information Systems Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Academic Skills for Business, Foundations of Programming, Foundations of Discrete Mathematics, Foundations of Data Communications, Foundations of Computer Systems, Principals of Computer Science Introduction to Information Systems Computer Science Feb, Jul 50% Feb, Jun, Oct Cyber Forensics and Information Security* Games Software Design and Production Games Technology Internetworking and Network Security* Mobile and Web Application Development † With successful completion of all subjects.
* One or two additional units are required to complete first year. In most situations, these may be taken as general electives in second year, which will not require additional time to complete the degree. DIPLOMA CURRICULUM You will study and pass eight units over two or three trimesters. Successful completion of the required units will ensure you receive a recognised diploma qualification as well as direct entry into the second year of your selected degree at Murdoch University. Aoi Furuya Japan MUPC 6 pathway to B Sc. Chiropractic I chose MIT as I wanted to enroll in B Sc. Chiropractic at Murdoch University.
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26 27 DIPLOMA UNIT DESCRIPTIONS Units studied in the Diploma Programs are the same units studied by first year students at Murdoch University, preparing you for an easy transition into second year of University. CORE UNITS Academic Learning Skills BAR100 This unit is for students enrolled in a BA degree. It will help you make the transition to university culture and introduce you to the range of lifelong learning skills beneficial for university and beyond. These include organisational as well as thinking, problem-solving and communication skills. It will develop interpersonal skills that encourage you to question, listen and act ethically; tolerate ambiguity, embrace openness, curiosity and intellectual risk-taking.
Academic Skills for Business BBS100 This unit provides a range of generic learning skills specifically for Bachelor of Business students. It aims to equip students with competency in communication skills in literacy, numeracy, and information technology in the context of Business Studies, including summarising academic papers, essay writing, cogent argumentation, referencing and information evaluation. Foundational Mathematics for Business BUS130 This unit aims to show students how quantitative analysis facilitates personal and corporate financial decisions by focusing on financial mathematics to value debt and equity securities.
The unit introduces techniques used to collect, calculate, and interpret information used as the basis for pricing mortgage loans, evaluating superannuation performance and quantifying and selecting investment alternatives. Foundations of Accounting BUS170 This unit provides an introduction and broad overview of fundamental financial and management accounting concepts. The unit is suitable for anyone undertaking a commerce degree as it introduces students to concepts and practices necessary for a basic understanding of business reports. The topics addressed in financial accounting include the accounting equation, cash vs accrual accounting, Australian Accounting Standards, and financial statement analysis.
Foundations of Computer Systems ICT170 This unit introduces students to the fundamentals of computer systems and how they underpin IT infrastructures supporting enterprise processes. Topics include digital logic, memory, storage, processing paradigms, operating systems, programming languages, systems development, deployment and professional ethics. Students will acquire an understanding of a computer system’s functional components, their characteristics, performance, interactions and use in IT. Foundations of Data Communications ICT169 This unit provides an introduction to data communications.
The architectures of TCP/IP and OSI models are studied and students completing the unit will be conversant with the devices, technology and language of data-communications. Practical exercises with switches and routers will place the theory in context. The unit covers significant portions of the Cisco CCNA Certification curriculum. Foundations of Discrete Mathematics MAS162 In this unit, students will learn to use the prominent mathematical computer package MATLAB to perform basic mathematical procedures and to solve problems in the general area of discrete mathematics. Topics include: recurrence relations, solving equations graphically and iteratively, computer arithmetic, basics of counting and discrete probability, matrices and linear transformations of the plane, propositional and predicate logic, mathematical induction, Boolean algebra and logic networks.
Foundations of Economics BUS171 This unit provides a valuable foundation of how economies operate, how businesses and individuals use economics in their decision making, and why governments implement certain economic policies. These include policies on employment, inflation, the environment, interest rates and the welfare of society. The unit also covers international issues including international trade, foreign debt and the global economy. Foundations of Management and Governance BUS176 This unit offers an introduction to the discipline of management and governance. Workshops emphasise generic skill development for report research, writing, group work and techniques that improve individual skill acquisition.
Topics include business ethics, governance, the contemporary workplace and cross-cultural management. Foundations of Programming ICT159 This unit introduces key aspects of computer programming including data storage and manipulation, and problem solving using a high-level programming language. Topics include: algorithms and problem-solving; testing methodologies; fundamental aspects of a programming language including data types, input/output, simple selection and iteration control structures, data structures, and one-dimensional arrays. Ideas and Identity BAR150 This unit explores the power of ideas to change the world, focusing on their birth, transmission, evolution, and global impacts.
Through the study of selected themes, such as violence or the relationship between the individual and the community, students are introduced to the ideas and approaches central to the arts, social sciences and humanities, and are invited to reflect on competing moral and social arguments. Writing and critical thinking skills are a core focus of the unit. Introduction to Communication CMS100 This unit introduces students to the fundamental principles of communication. The unit covers perception and identity in communication, as well as the fields of mass communication, professional, intercultural and cross-cultural communication.
It also familiarises students with the main approaches and key concepts in Communication Studies. Introduction to Digital Media Skills IDD129 This unit introduces fundamental digital media production concepts and processes, providing students with basic skills in designing, capturing, editing and publishing a range of media for the web. It also explores the theoretical consequences of digital production processes providing students with an understanding of the methods and issues of digital communication. Introduction to Journalism JOU104 This unit discusses the professional role of journalists and introduces students to the skills of news gathering and reporting.
Students will also be introduced to a range of issues that have a bearing on the professional practice of journalism, including media law, ethics and the culture of news. Introduction to Public Relations PRO107 This unit introduces the practice and theory of public relations, including its history in Australia and internationally, and the development of communication strategies and tactics for publics. It allows students to begin to develop an understanding of ethical issues, professional values, campaign planning and writing techniques in the field of public relations as a global communications management profession.
Principles of Computer Science ICT167 This unit is designed to develop the skills of problem-solving and program design using an Object Oriented programming language. Major topics: algorithm design; procedural abstractions; the use of libraries as collection of black-box code modules; the concepts of pre- and post- conditions; strings, arrays, introduction to object-oriented concepts including data abstraction, encapsulation, classes and object references, inheritance; introduction to recursion; streams and file input and output; the definition and use of common classes – lists, stack and queues.
Transforming Business BBS150 The relationship between business and the wider community continues to change in new and significant ways. This unit allows students to understand the purpose and nature of business activity and the factors that influence and constrain business behaviour and decisions, as well as the commonalities and differences across various regions and countries. ELECTIVES Contemporary Culture CMS102 This unit introduces students to foundational concepts, theories and approaches to the study of culture. It is premised on understanding the relationship between power, identity and the role of the media in the production and dissemination of culture.
We consider how culture and knowledge are produced, communicated, mediated and how they construct ‘self-hood’. We also discuss cultural expression in everyday life and popular culture. Foundations of Business Law BSL165 This unit introduces students to the Australian legal system, its operation and development, and to the principles of law applicable to core areas of business, such as contract law, tort law and agency law. Students studying Business will usually find this unit an essential prerequisite to further studies. Foundations of Marketing1 BUS183 This unit provides an appreciation of how marketing creates value for business, society and customers.
As the foundational Marketing unit, it introduces students to the marketing organisation and planning process, marketing research and information gathering methods and some of the analysis tools marketers use. Introduction to Information Systems2 ICT158 This unit provides a broad introductory understanding of information systems, viewed from organisational and societal contexts, and provides students with a balance of technical and organisational perspectives to serve as the basis for further study in the discipline. It introduces business environments and explores how technology is integrated into business, government and community systems.
It also provides an introduction to decision making and systems theory, and considers the role of IT professionals in solving organisational problems. Introduction to Media Studies CMS101 This unit introduces students to foundational concepts and theories relevant to the study of media. Media is understood as a global discourse that is traditional and contemporary, incorporating historical and new perspectives. We explore the role media plays in shaping institutions, identities and legal and ethical positions. Introduction to Tourism Systems3 TOU101 This unit outlines the structure of the tourism system and the multiplicity of sectors and industries within those systems, with a focus on events.
Students are introduced to models of tourism, the global and regional dimensions of tourism and event developments. Tourism for sustainable development, policy and planning for tourism and events is also an important topic covered. Understanding International Politics4 POL161 This unit aims to produce a critical understanding of global affairs. This unit’s major assumption is that what we see as comprising ‘international politics’ is not determined exclusively by what is out there, but also by something in our own heads. It examines various theoretical approaches and explores issues such as globalisation, development, environmentalism, and the global economy.
For more information on unit descriptions please visit handbook.murdoch.edu.au/units Some degree destinations will require you to take certain electives to complete your required year one course load, these include: 1. Foundations of Marketing must be undertaken for students who intend to enter year two Bachelor of Business in Marketing or International Business. 2. Introduction to Information Systems must be undertaken for students who intend to enter year two Bachelor of Science in Business Information Systems. 3. Introduction to Tourism Systems must be undertaken for students who intend to enter year two Bachelor of Business in Hospitality and Tourism Management or Bachelor of Arts in Tourism and Events.
4. Understanding International Politics must be undertaken for students who intend to enter year two Bachelor of Business in International Business of Bachelor of Arts in Global Politics and Policy, International Aid and Development and Security, or Terrorism and Counterterrorism Studies.