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MAN1100 Management I
Credit Points: 15
Management 1100 provides an introduction to fundamental management concepts and principles. The course covers the evolution of management theory and examines a range of different approaches to the study of management. A detailed analysis of management functions is conducted, exploring current management practices.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
G16Bachelor of Arts (Education)/Bachelor of Business
294Bachelor of Arts (Training and Development)
466Bachelor of Business
466Bachelor of Business - Bunbury
M33Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management)/Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)
G55Bachelor of Business Services (Hospitality, Tourism and Wine Studies) - Bunbury
E74Bachelor of Engineering (Communication Systems)/Bachelor of Business
E75Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems)/Bachelor of Business
E76Bachelor of Engineering (Electronic Systems)/Bachelor of Business
E62Bachelor of Engineering Management
M29Bachelor of Hospitality&Tourism Management
E04Bachelor of Hospitality Management
G42Bachelor of Information Systems
M31Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Business (Accounting)
M34Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Business (Management)
G38Bachelor of Regional Enterprise (Hospitality, Tourism and Wine Studies) - Bunbury
U77Bachelor of Science (Security Management)
G52Bachelor of Science (Surf Science and Technology) - Bunbury
429Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Business
E41Bachelor of Social Science (Leisure Sciences)
E42Bachelor of Social Science (Sport Management)
V38Bachelor of Tourism Management
SMBHRMHuman Resource Management 10 Unit Supporting Major
SMINMNInformation Management 10 Unit Supporting Major
SMLEISLeisure Sciences 10 Unit Supporting Major
SMSPORSport Management 10 Unit Supporting Major
SMBTOUTourism Management 10 Unit Supporting Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 18/11/2004