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Unformatted text preview: tion: Our Bachelors programs develop each graduate to be an effective and professional business communicator leading to students who are able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, using a range of modes of communication including business reports and presentations and including the ability to negotiate and persuade in a business context. 5. Team Working: Our Bachelors programs develop each graduate to be an effective team member in a variety of business contexts leading to students who are able to collaborate effectively with others in a professional business manner as both members and leaders of teams, and in relation to client interactions. 6. Ethical and Social Responsibility: Our Bachelors programs develop each graduate to be an ethically- and socially-responsible professional leading to students who are able to demonstrate an understanding of pertinent moral, ethical and corporate social responsibility considerations and the potential impacts (positive and negative) that business decisions can have on a range of stakeholder groups. 3. Unit learning aims The learning aims for this unit are: Version: 2013 Business School 3 BUSINESS SCHOOL q q q q To cover a variety of mathematical and statistical tools that are useful for analysing business & economic data, thereby assisiting in making informed decisions in a wide range of business contexts. To develop students' ability to identify and test a hypothesis from business perspectives using empirical data, and ability to critically evaluate the implications of such hypothesis for business decisions. To develop students' ability to analyse and solve business problems that involve business and economic data. To develop students' ability to effectivelly communicate their quantitative and statistical findings or results in a professional business maner. BUSS 1020 is a foundational unit for the fields of Business and Commerce, Finance, Government, Marketing, Accounting, Industrial Relations, Agricultural Economics, and Economics. Version: 2013 Busi...
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