DIPLOMA OF BUSINESS
CRICOS COURSE CODE: 084521B
This Diploma is a nationally accredited qualification which will provide you with a theoretical and technical understanding of fundamental concepts and applications in business, with emphasis on accounting, finance, economics and law. It will provide you with a broad foundational understanding of contemporary business practices and skills which can be used within a variety of entry level positions in public sector as well as private sectors business, office and/or administrative environments.
BACHELOR OF BUSINESS
CRICOS COURSE CODE: 084523M
The Bachelor of Business course provides students with a comprehensive foundation in the core concepts necessary to pursue a successful professional career in business, as well as the practical application of these concepts. Students have the option to take a broad course of study across the key areas of business practice, or to specialise in management, international business, marketing or human resource management (HRM).
Students study in small classes which use a range of contemporary teaching methods including the use of practical case studies, simulations and applied projects.
BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING)
CRICOS COURSE CODE: 084525J
The WIN Bachelor of Business (Professional Accounting) degree is a great programme for the start of a dynamic and exciting business career. It will provide you with essential accounting and reporting knowledge plus a range of business related skills. You will study financial and management accounting requirements, corporation law, audit and assurance, and taxation law and practice.
Completion of this course prepares you for employment in local, national and international companies, government or anisations, law practices; and in the film, television and media fields.
BACHELOR OF INTERACTIVE MEDIA
CRICOS COURSE CODE: 074192G
The Bachelor of Interactive Media has been developed in alignment with WIN’s educational philosophy, which strives to provide students with a comprehensive and flexible approach to evidenced-based theoretical
and practical learning. The course is delivered through a combination of lectures and small group tutorials, seminars and studio work. Students will be involved in a variety of activities and projects to develop an understanding of design principles, their applications to real-world problems and contexts thus developing the knowledge and skills needed to become a Multimedia Specialist. During studio sessions students will be encouraged to integrate content and theory presented in all subjects through projects designed in consultation
with industry partners.
Open Day and Course Info Day:
Please visit: Higher Education Academic Calendar
Orientation week commences:
Semester 1 Monday 24 February 2020
Semester 2 Monday 13 July 2020
Semester 3 Monday 9 November 2020
Semester 1 Monday 2 March 2020
Semester 2 Monday 20 July 2020
Semester 3 Monday 16 November 2020