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2013 Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Computing(G3H)  Download to Zip

Responsible faculty or institute:
Business (principal)
Science, Engineering and Technology
Campus(es) Offered:
Hobart:
Launceston:
Course Duration: Minimum 4 yrs, Maximum 9 yrs.
Course Contact (faculty or school): Faculty of Business: Faculty Office: Admissions, credit queries and enrolment queries: 1800 030 955; School of Accounting and Corporate Governance: (03) 6226 2266; School of Economics and Finance: (03) 6226 7672; School of Management: (03) 6226 7686; Faculty of SET: (03) 6226 2125, School of Computing and IS: (03) 6226 6200 2900

Introduction

G3H Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Computing (combined degree) is in teach-out. Applicants wishing to enrol in this combined degree should now apply for 33B Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Computing.

The 4-year full-time combined degree of Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Computing is offered on the Launceston and Hobart campuses by the Faculty of Business and the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology.

Admission & Prerequisites

Possession of the University's minimum entry requirements.

For the Bachelor of Business component, students who have not successfully completed MAP5C Mathematics Applied, or an equivalent unit, or, a higher level mathematics unit, as approved by the School of Economics and Finance and/or the Faculty of Business, are required to complete either KMA003 Mathematics Foundation Unit, UPP090 Bridging Maths or BEA109 Introduction to Quantitative Methods before enrolling in BEA140 Quantitative Methods. International studentswho are required to undertake a mathematics bridging program may only take BEA109. For further information on these programs please contact the UPP Coordinator ((03) 6226 7281) or the KMA003 Coordinator ((03) 6226 2439).

Students who have completed a diploma or advanced diploma in a business related discipline and who have completed the course may receive credit towards the Business component of the degree.

The Faculty of Business also offers direct credit for its awards. For example, a BBus student wishing to transfer to the BEc with credit and vice versa receives direct credit. BBus students wishing to transfer to a combined degree may also receive direct credit. Applicants wishing to obtain credit for study already undertaken within another faculty, or an Australian or overseas tertiary institution should consult the Admission Guide for information on procedure.

In the case of international students, credit for previous study will be determined on application.

Depending on the course of study and the majors chosen, students may not be able to use all of the credit that has been granted, for example, credit for unspecified electives.

Students should contact the Business Faculty Office1800 030 955for further information and advice. For further information on the Faculty's credit policy please consult .

http://fcms.its.utas.edu.au/files/policies/Faculty%20Credit%20Policy.pdf

For the School of Computing (Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology): Students should consult the Science, Engineering and Technology Faculty Office concerning entry requirements and credit.

English language skills will also need to be verified. International students must provide an IELTS score with an overall Band of 6 and no band less than 5.5; or a TOEFL score of 550 with a Test of Written English score of no less than 4.5. The test must not be more than 24 months old. Further information can be found under international admissions http://www.international.utas.edu.au/static/admissionRequirements.php

Course Objectives

To combine professional studies in computing with professional studies in business (in areas such as accounting, information systems and human resource management).

Career Outcomes

Graduates of the combined degree could expect to find employment in such fields as accounting, human resource management, programming, software construction, systems administration, multimedia and internet technologies.


Professional Recognition

Associate membership of the Australian Computer Society. Associate membership of a professional body for the BBus component of the combined degree will depend on the major completed.

Miscellaneous Information

Honours degree in Business


The Bachelor of Business Honours degree requires one year of full-time study in addition to the requirements for the BBus pass degree or one of the combined business degrees. Please contact the relevant School for further details.

Honours degree in Computing

Applicants should contact the School of Computing for further details.

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