เรียนหลักสูตรปี1 ในประเทศไทยโอนย้ายขึ้นปี2 ของมหาวิทยาลัยในออสเตรเลีย
The main objective of the course Accounting Fundamentals is to help students understand fundamental accounting concepts and principles, as well as to develop the capability to perform the basic accounting functions: the recognition, valuation, measurement and recording of the most common business transactions and the preparation of accounting statement. Then the course will further cover topics of management accounting and introduces a business-management approach to the development and use of accounting information. This includes the design and operation of management accounting systems for planning and control purposes; the use management accounting practices to support effective resource management and to achieve process improvement.
Managing People & Organizations
Managing People & Organizations will treat the major challenges in the management of people, primarily in for-profit corporations. It will not teach detailed management techniques and methods; It will focus instead on understanding the long-term issues facing the field. The couse will also present a series of current controversies rooted in these economic changes, and explore different perspectives and arguments. The key learning objective is for students to develop informed opinions on these important issues of the day. This course will be comprised of numbers of class discussions and debates. A major skill that will be assessed in the course is to make a convincing argument, through the use of consistent logic and relevant evidence. The class participation will be recorded and applied to the final grade substantially.
Principles of Marketing
Marketing is a dynamic and an exciting field, a key tool in confronting the challenges companies are facing at home and abroad. People often confuse marketing with advertising and sales. In this course you will learn about the “True” meaning and scope of marketing management of which advertising and sales are simply only two facets. You will be introduced to other aspects marketing and learn about the strategic importance of marketing to an enterprise, whether it be a profit oriented business firm or non-profit organization. Most importantly, you will learn that the fundamental asset of a corporation is its customers. Hence, the supreme importance of the “marketing concept” is an attempt to identify and satisfy its customers’needs and wants.
This course is an introduction to economic analysis, with particular application to decision-making in business, and the effects of government policy on the broader economic environment in which business decisions must be made. The objectives of this course are : 1. Introduce the student to the fundamentals of micro and macro-economic theory and practice as they are applied to business in a managerial context. 2. Provide the student with the basic analytical skills, insights and managerial decision-making tools required for sound business decisions. 3. Explain the forces that shape the external environment of the firm such as aggregate demand, economic cycles, inflation, interest rates, exchange rates, and the role that demand management policies play in economy and their impact on the firm’s operations.
Service Management & Innovation
The service economy is growing, currently comprising over 70% of the total GDP and over 80% of employment in many developed countries. The growth in developing countries is also rapid, with India and China approaching 50% service employment. This class is concerned with the design and delivery of services: How to design and improve the service offering for sustained excellence, and how to identify and overcome key challenges in the service delivery. This course will consider a wide range of industries: from traditional services such as restaurants, to e-commerce, professional services, and services from both the public and private sector. The course will also study the involvement of customers, actively or passively, in the production process, and we strive to understand and leverage the role customers play in the process. This course draws ideas not only from operations management, but also from consumer behavior, marketing and strategy. The class will develop a Service Framework with three main components: A service Model, Process Flows and Customer Interaction Diagrams.
Introduction to Human Resources
Human Resource Management is a specialization within the field of Management that encompasses several functions including the recruitment and maintenance of a qualified, motivated and productive workforce. The effective performance of these functions requires understanding and skill in employment law, planning, job analysis, recruitment, safety, and labor relations. This course is not only for students who seek jobs in HR filed as managers of any type of business will require the knowledge and skills to supervise people as well as financial and material resources. You will be surprised to learn that, on average, managers spend half their time dealing with “people-related” issues. This course will introduce you to the major topics associated with managing people in the context of the global marketplace. In addition, this course will be useful no matter what career goal you have as it addresses issues that will have an impact on you in the workplace.
This course highlights the theory and practice of written, oral, and interpersonal communication used in the workplace with emphasis on composing clear, concise, and effective business correspondence. Students will discuss various types of communication media and the importance of succinct written and oral expression to modern business interactions. Students will have extensive practice writing a wide spectrum of documents, including professional email and reports. Additionally, the course will discuss effective planning and delivery strategies for professional oral presentations. Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to: 1. Apply business communication strategies and principles to prepare effective communication for business situations. 2. Identify ethical, legal, cultural and global issues affecting business communication. 3. Utilize analytical and problem solving skills appropriate to business communication. 4. Compose and revise accurate business documents using email, Internet, etc. 5. Deliver an effective oral business presentation.
Introduction to Information Systems
This course describes today’s business environment and hot technology is integrated into business, government and community system. In particular, the course aims to generate an awareness of the importance of information to decision-making and how to provide such information to ensure its usefulness to the decision makers. Real-world case studies are presented to understand the role of information systems in obtaining and maintaining competitive advantage. This introductory course then explains activities used to develop, implement and maintain Information Systems. The course will also highlight the ethics, privacy and information security that are related to information systems. Students who successfully complete this course will gain a strong foundation of business systems fundamentals and the influence of the Internet on business stakeholders; customers, suppliers, manufacturers, service makers, regulators, managers and employees.