Global Workplaces, Minor

  • Western Sydney University Minor Code: 0316

Previous Code: SM1150.1

Available to students in other Western Sydney University Programs:  Yes.  Check that your program has the available credit points required to complete the subjects in this field of study. Any requisite requirements must also be met. Consult your Program Advisor for further advice.

The transdisciplinary Global Workplaces minor upskills students from any disciplinary background with the knowledge and experience required to succeed in the increasingly globalised, disrupted and diverse world of work. The core values of ethics and diversity run as a backbone throughout the curriculum, providing a moral thread that underpins and helps to apply theoretical training in ethics, management, and international trade. At the same time, the minor offers real-world training in data analytics, business, law, client management and digital life that gives non-professional students a leg up in the market. This multi-disciplinary curriculum is fulfilled by required transdisciplinary core unit that has been developed in consultation with PricewaterhouseCoopers, a globally leading consultant advisory form. 

Location

Campus Mode Advice
Campbelltown Internal B.Bennett@westernsydney.edu.au
Bankstown Internal B.Bennett@westernsydney.edu.au
Online Internal B.Bennett@westernsydney.edu.au
Parramatta South-Victoria Road Internal B.Bennett@westernsydney.edu.au
Parramatta City-Macquarie Street Internal B.Bennett@westernsydney.edu.au
Penrith Internal B.Bennett@westernsydney.edu.au
Liverpool Internal B.Bennett@westernsydney.edu.au

Minor Structure

Students must complete 40 credit points as follows. 

The minor requires students to complete 40 credit points in an interdisciplinary program.

Subject Title Credit Points
Select three of the following:30
Introduction to International Business
Digital Identities
Managing in the Global Environment
Media Law and Ethics
Account and Client Management
Students must complete the core subject:
LAWS 3079Law, Economics, Ethics and Change10
Total Credit Points40