20106 Management Capstone
Summer 2015; block mode
Credit points 6cp
20101 Management Skills AND Two subjects from 20102, 20103, 20104, 20105
There are also course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
Grade and marks
Dr Melissa Edwards
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This subject is regarded as a crowning achievement and consolidates the knowledge that has been learnt in the major
as well as integrates the core disciplines in a holistic manner. The subject provides students with opportunities to apply
the knowledge and skills developed before and during their final year of undergraduate study. Students gain
transferable skills with research application including presentation, research process and team-working skills.
Students produce submissions to relevant authorities, professional bodies and the wider academic community through
a formal presentation. The subject engages students in ethical and sustainability issues at the same time giving them
experience of some of the practical aspects of management, highlighting how various business disciplines contribute
to their professional knowledge.
Upon successful completion of this subject students should be able to:
1. apply theoretical approaches to work practice
2. engage in critical theoretical and professional discourse
3. synthesize existing theories and expertise in creative and innovative ways
4. reflect on personal, social, emotional and practical issues of working in the context of a team
5. develop logical, consistent plans to solve a research-in-action problem, evaluate the consequences of the
solution and articulate reasons for choosing the solution in an interdisciplinary context
This subject also contributes specifically to the following program learning objectives: