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Bachelor of Business (Management)

Management knowledge and skills are indispensable across all kinds of organisations, whether they be private or government, profit-oriented or not-for-profit.

 

BBus (Management) Structure

The Management major comprises 5 core management units, 3 management electives, 6 core supporting business units, 3 research-oriented units, 3 core Christian Studies units and 4 general electives.

Each unit is worth 3 credit points for a total of 72 credit points. 

 

Core Management (5 units)

  • MN202 Behaviour in Organisations
  • MN210 Managing Human Resources
  • MN212 Employment Relations
  • MN220 Risk Management
  • MN371 Foundations of Strategic Management

 

Management Electives (choose 3 units)

  • EC370 Introduction to Managerial Economics
  • LW321 Corporations Law
  • MN311 Talent Acquisition
  • MN312 Working with Volunteers
  • MN352 Managing Social Enterprises
  • MN361 International Business
  • MN374 Leadership
  • MN375 Introduction to Corporate Governance

 

Core Supporting Business (6 units)

  • AC101 Principles of Financial Accounting
  • EC101 Introduction to Microeconomics
  • EC205 Mathematics for Economics and Business
  • LW101 Introduction to Law
  • MK101 Principles of Marketing
  • MN101 Principles of Management

 

Core Research (3 units)

  • RS191 Academic and Professional Communication
  • RS292 Research Methods
  • RS393 Research Project (Management)

 

Core Christian Studies (3 units)

  • CS100 Introduction to Christianity
  • CS200 Survey of the Bible
  • CS300 Christianity as a Worldview

 

General Electives (4 units)

  • May be selected from any academic discipline at Sheridan, as long as the relevant prerequisites for the unit have been met.

Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management)

The Human Resource Management major deals with the management of people in an organisation. It covers recruitment and selection, performance appraisal, career planning, job analysis and organisational development.

 

BBus (Human Resource Management) Structure

The Human Resource Management major comprises 8 core human resource management units, 6 core supporting business units, 3 research-oriented units, 3 core Christian Studies units and 4 general electives.

Each unit is worth 3 credit points for a total of 72 credit points. 

 

Core Human Resource Management (8 units)

  • MN202 Behaviour in Organisations
  • MN210 Managing Human Resources
  • MN212 Employment Relations
  • MN311 Talent Acquisition
  • MN312 Working with Volunteers
  • MN321 Workplace Learning and Development
  • MN322 Workplace Wellbeing and Safety
  • MN364 International Human Resource Management

 

Core Supporting Business (6 units)

  • AC101 Principles of Financial Accounting
  • EC101 Introduction to Microeconomics
  • EC205 Mathematics for Economics and Business
  • LW101 Introduction to Law
  • MK101 Principles of Marketing
  • MN101 Principles of Management

 

Core Research (3 units)

  • RS191 Academic and Professional Communication
  • RS292 Research Methods
  • RS393 Research Project (Human Resource Management)

 

Core Christian Studies (3 units)

  • CS100 Introduction to Christianity
  • CS200 Survey of the Bible
  • CS300 Christianity as a Worldview

 

General Electives (4 units)

  • May be selected from any academic discipline at Sheridan, as long as the relevant prerequisites for the unit have been met.

Bachelor of Business (Accounting)

Accounting offers career opportunities in all sectors of the economy - from small traders to large listed entities, private, not-for-profit and government - both in Australia and around the world.

Undertaking a major in Accounting provides a strong practical and theoretical grounding in the competencies required to pursue a professional accounting qualification.

 

BBus (Accounting) Structure

The Accounting major comprises 9 core accounting units, 6 core supporting business units, 3 research-oriented units, 3 core Christian Studies units and 3 general electives.

Each unit is worth 3 credit points for a total of 72 credit points. 

 

Core Accounting (9 units)

  • AC210 Management Accounting
  • AC218 Taxation
  • AC220 Corporate Accounting
  • AC301 Financial Accounting: Theory and Practice
  • AC302 Financial Accounting: Analysis
  • AC330 Auditing
  • FN201 Principles of Finance
  • FN310 Corporate Finance
  • LW321 Corporations Law

 

Core Supporting Business (6 units)

  • AC101 Principles of Financial Accounting
  • EC101 Introduction to Microeconomics
  • EC205 Mathematics for Economics and Business
  • LW101 Introduction to Law
  • MK101 Principles of Marketing
  • MN101 Principles of Management

 

Core Research (3 units)

  • RS191 Academic and Professional Communication
  • RS292 Research Methods
  • RS393 Research Project (Accounting)

 

Core Christian Studies (3 units)

  • CS100 Introduction to Christianity
  • CS200 Survey of the Bible
  • CS300 Christianity as a Worldview

 

General Electives (3 units)

  • May be selected from any academic discipline at Sheridan, as long as the relevant prerequisites for the unit have been met.

Bachelor of Business (Financial Planning)

Financial planners apply a range of financial instruments to manage money today in order to maximise wealth and opportunity in the years to come.

Undertaking a major in Financial Planning provides a strong practical and theoretical grounding in the competencies required to pursue a professional financial planning qualification.

 

BBus (Financial Planning) Structure

The Financial Planning major comprises 8 financial planning units, 6 core supporting business units, 3 research-oriented units, 3 core Christian Studies units and 4 general electives.

Each unit is worth 3 credit points for a total of 72 credit points. 

 

Core Financial Planning (7 units)

  • AC218 Taxation
  • FN201 Principles of Finance
  • FN210 Fundamentals of Financial Planning
  • FN225 Financial Analysis
  • FN315 Retirement, Superannuation and Estate Planning
  • FN320 Portfolio Management
  • FN325 Financial Behaviour and Advice

 

Financial Planning Electives (choose 1 unit)

  • FN310 Corporate Finance
  • FN342 Microfinance
  • FN362 Islamic Finance and Banking
  • MA220 Univariate Statistical Analysis

 

Core Supporting Business (6 units)

  • AC101 Principles of Financial Accounting
  • EC101 Introduction to Microeconomics
  • EC205 Mathematics for Economics and Business
  • LW101 Introduction to Law
  • MK101 Principles of Marketing
  • MN101 Principles of Management

 

Core Research (3 units)

  • RS191 Academic and Professional Communication
  • RS292 Research Methods
  • RS393 Research Project (Financial Planning)

 

Core Christian Studies (3 units)

  • CS100 Introduction to Christianity
  • CS200 Survey of the Bible
  • CS300 Christianity as a Worldview

 

General Electives (4 units)

  • May be selected from any academic discipline at Sheridan, as long as the relevant prerequisites for the unit have been met.

Bachelor of Arts (Creative Writing)

BA (Creative Writing) Structure

Sheridan College's Bachelor of Arts (Creative Writing) program is a three-year undergraduate program for students interested in preparing for the writing life, or as a pathway towards postgraduate research.

The BA (Creative Writing) comprises 2 core Creative Writing units and 6 elective units specific to the Creative Writing discipline, 3 research-oriented units, 3 core Christian Studies units, and electives which may be chosen from other academic disciplines.

Each unit is worth 3 credit points, with the exception of the Research Project which is worth 6 credit points, for a total of 72 credit points. Click here to download the Course Guide for the BA (Creative Writing).

Units in the BA (Creative Writing) major include:

 

Creative Writing Core (2 units)

  • Introduction to Creative Writing
  • Writing Style

 

Creative Writing Electives (choose 6 units)

  • Poetry
  • Elements of Fiction 1: Character, Story World and Point of View
  • Elements of Fiction 2: Plot and Theme
  • Life Writing
  • Christian Writing
  • Digital Profiles
  • Creative Writing Project

 

Research Core (3 units)

  • RS191 Academic and Professional Communication
  • RS292 Research Methods
  • RS393 Research Project (Creative Writing)

 

Common Core (3 units)

  • Introduction to Christianity
  • Survey of the Bible
  • Christianity as a Worldview

 

General Electives (choose 9 units)

  • Choose from selected units within the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, or from another faculty.
  • All units available in Sheridan courses are listed in the Unit List

Vision

To offer higher education to those who are seeking to live an extraordinary life.
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Graduate Attributes

Lovers of Truth, Innovative Thinkers, and Effective Communicators

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Values

We believe learning can have a transformational effect on the person's own nature.

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Location

Sheridan College and Sheridan Research Institute are located at
18/7 Aberdeen St, Perth, in the Piccadilly Square West building.

For students, it conveniently places Sheridan College next door to McIver Train Station and a 9-minute walk from Perth Train Station. 10 parking bays will also be available for the exclusive use of staff and students, and the Aberdeen St entrance to the Newcastle St Carpark is across the road.

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