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Year 1 - Semester 1

TypeCPCP From
Core
6BUSS1001: Understanding Business
Core
0BUSS1900: Managing Business Communication A


Note:  BUSS1900 is a one hour weekly workshop that is mandatory for all commencing Bachelor of Commerce students. Students identified by initial testing as not requiring communication skills assistance will be allowed to withdraw. Testing will be conducted in the week before commencement of classes (Orientation Week).
Core
6ENGG1805: Professional Engineering and IT
Core
6INFO1103: Introduction to Programming
6Maths Level 1000 Units


Note:  MATH1001 and MATH1002 are recommended for first semester.

Year 1 - Semester 2

TypeCPCP From
Core
6BUSS1030: Accounting, Business and Society
Core
6ELEC1601: Introduction to Computer Systems
Core
6INFO1105: Data Structures


Note:  INFO1905 (advanced version) can be taken as an alternative to INFO1105 with departmental permission.
6Maths Level 1000 Units


Note:  MATH1003 and MATH1005 are recommended for second semester. Combined degree students taking MATH1005 as part of the Bachelor of Information Technology are exempted from core commerce unit BUSS1020.

Year 2 - Semester 1

TypeCPCP From
Core
6BUSS1040: Economics for Business Decision Making
Core
6COMP2129: Operating Systems and Machine Principles
List
6Select from
Commerce Junior Electives
Commerce Senior Electives
6COMP2022: Models of Computation


Note:  INFS2012 or COMP2121 may be taken in Semester 2 as an alternative.

Year 2 - Semester 2

TypeCPCP From
Core
6BUSS1002: The Business Environment
Core
6COMP2007: Algorithms and Complexity


Note:  COMP2907 (advanced version) can be taken as an alternative to COMP2007 with departmental permission.
List
12Select from
Commerce Junior Electives
Commerce Senior Electives

Year 3 - Semester 1

TypeCPCP From
Core
6INFO2120: Database Systems 1


Note:  INFO2820 advanced version) can be taken as an alternative to INF2120 with departmental permission.
18Select from
Commerce Senior Electives

Year 3 - Semester 2

TypeCPCP From
Core
6INFO2110: Systems Analysis and Modelling
18Select from
Commerce Senior Electives

Year 4 - Semester 1

TypeCPCP From
Core
6INFO3220: Object Oriented Design
Core
6INFO3402: Management of IT Projects and Systems
6Commerce Senior Electives
6IT Level 3000 Recommended Electives


Note:  One of unit of study (6 credit points must be taken from this group) in either first or second semester.

Year 4 - Semester 2

TypeCPCP From
Core
6BUSS3500: Integrated Business Applications


Note:  BUSS3500 is the senior capstone unit for the Commerce component of the combined degree since 2011. Combined degree students who commenced study in 2010 or earlier should take BUSS3500 in place of ECOF3001 Business Strategy, the capstone unit for the old pre-2011 Bachelor of Commerce. Combined degree students who began study before 2011 and are having difficulty enrolling in BUSS3500 should seek assistance from the Engineering & IT student office on Level 3 of the Peter Nicol Russell Building (PNR).
Core
12INFO3600: Major Development Project (Advanced)
6Commerce Senior Electives

Year 5 - Semester 1

TypeCPCP From
List
24Select from
IT Level 5000 Recommended Electives A
IT Level 5000 Recommended Electives B

Note:   At least 48 credit from IT Level 5000 Recommended Units are required across the final two years, including at least 36 credit points from IT Level 5000 Recommended Electives A. Students in the BIT Honours program select INFO5993, INFO4991, INFO4992, INFO4999 across two consecutive semesters in place of 24 credit points of IT Level 5000 units.


Year 5 - Semester 2

TypeCPCP From
List
24Select from
IT Level 5000 Recommended Electives A
IT Level 5000 Recommended Electives B

BCom Accounting Major

Type CP CP From
Core
6 ACCT1006: Accounting & Financial Management
Core
6 BUSS1020: Quantitative Business Analysis


Note: Engineering/Commerce students are exempted from BUSS1020 once they have completed Engineering core unit MATH1005 and one other MATH unit.
Core
6 BUSS1030: Accounting, Business and Society


Note: Completed as part of Commerce core units.
Core
6 ACCT2011: Financial Accounting A
Core
6 ACCT2012: Management Accounting A
24 Select from ACCT3011: Financial Accounting B
ACCT3012: Management Accounting B
ACCT3013: Financial Statement Analysis
ACCT3014: Auditing and Assurance
ACCT3031: International Corporate Governance
ACCT3032: Current Issues in Management Accounting
ACCT3098: Accounting Honours Preparation A
ACCT3099: Accounting Honours Preparation B
BUSS2100: Business Placement A (Internship)
CLAW2201: Corporations Law


Note: (a) ACCT3098 and ACCT3099 are worth three credit points each rather than the usual six. (b) BUSS2100 requires approval from the Discipline of Accounting before the unit can be included in the major. (c) CLAW2201 requires the completion of additional prerequisites outside the units listed for this major.
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Note: Students undertaking a major in Accounting must complete the following units:

(1) Three prerequisite junior unit of study (6 credit points): ACCT1006, BUSS1020 and BUSS1030. BUSS1030 is a Commerce core unit and will have been completed by all Commerce students. Engineering/Commerce students are exempted from BUSS1020 once they have completed Engineering core unit MATH1005 and one other MATH unit.

(2) Two compulsory senior units of study (12 credit points): ACCT2011 and ACCT2012.

(3) At least four (six credit point) units of study or equivalent (24 credit points) selected from the senior elective units list.

BCom Business Information Systems Major

Type CP CP From
Core
6 INFS1000: Business Information Systems
Core
6 INFS2001: IS for Performance Improvement
Core
6 INFS2020: Business Process Modelling & Improvement
24 Select from BUSS2100: Business Placement A (Internship)
INFS2010: Digital Information Design & Management
INFS2030: e-Business Management
INFS3030: Information Protection and Assurance
INFS3040: Enterprise Systems & Integrated Business
INFS3050: Business Intelligence for Managers
INFS3060: Managing Digital Innovation Projects
INFS3070: Business Analysis in Practice
INFS3080: Business Information Systems Project


Note: BUSS2100 requires approval from the Discipline of Business Information Systems before the unit can be included in the major
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Note: Students undertaking a major in Business Information Systems must complete the following.

(1) One prerequisite junior unit of study (6 credit points): INFS1000.

(2) Two compulsory senior units of study (12 credit points): INFS2001 and INFS2020.

(3) At least four elective units of study (24 credit points) selected from the senior elective units list, noting that the units listed above are those units which are being offered for the current year only.

BCom Commercial Law Major

Type CP CP From
Core
6 CLAW1001: Foundations of Business Law
36 Select from BUSS2100: Business Placement A (Internship)
CLAW2201: Corporations Law
CLAW2202: Bankruptcy and Insolvency
CLAW2203: Stock Markets and Derivatives Law
CLAW2204: Banking and Finance Law
CLAW2205: Trade Practices and Consumer Law
CLAW2207: Legal Ethics and the Professions
CLAW2208: Business Regulation, Risk and Compliance
CLAW2209: Intellectual Property for Business
CLAW2211: Commercial Practice in China
CLAW2212: Franchising
CLAW3201: Australian Taxation System
CLAW3202: Tax Strategies for Business
CLAW3204: Capital Raising and Management
CLAW3206: Regulation of Mergers and Acquisitions
CLAW3207: Employment Regulation for Business


Note: BUSS2100 requires approval from the Discipline of Commercial Law before the unit can be included in the major.
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Note: Students undertaking a major in Commercial law must complete the following.

(1) One prerequisite junior unit of study (6 credit points): CLAW1000.

(3) At least six elective units of study (36 credit points) selected from the senior elective units list.

BCom Econometrics Major

Type CP CP From
Core
6 BUSS1020: Quantitative Business Analysis


Note: Engineering/Commerce students are exempted from BUSS1020 once they have completed Engineering core unit MATH1005 and one other MATH unit.
Core
6 ECMT1020: Business and Economic Statistics B
Core
6 ECMT2110: Regression Modelling
Core
6 ECMT3110: Econometric Models and Methods
24 Select from ECMT2120: Analysis of Discrete Choice Data
ECMT2130: Financial Econometrics
ECMT3120: Applied Econometrics
ECMT3130: Forecasting for Economics and Business
ECMT3150: The Econometrics of Financial Markets
ECMT3160: Statistical Modelling
ECMT3170: Computational Econometrics


Note: ECMT2120, ECMT3160 and ECMT3170 are not offered in 2013.
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Note: Econometrics is available as a Commerce major for combined degree students commencing in 2012 or earlier. From 2013, Econometrics will only be available as an Arts major for engineering combined degree students. Combined degree students commencing in 2013 and wishing to major in Econometrics should consider taking Arts rather than Commerce as their second degree.

Students majoring in Econometrics must complete:

(1) Two prerequisite junior units of study (6 credit points): BUSS1020 (or pre-2012 unit ECMT1010) plus and ECMT1020. Engineering/Commerce students are exempted from BUSS1020 once they have completed Engineering core unit MATH1005 and one other MATH unit.

(2) Two compulsory senior units of study (12 credit points): ECMT2110, ECMT3110.

(3) Four units (24 credit points) chosen from the Senior Commerce Electives.

BCom Economics Major

Type CP CP From
Core
6 BUSS1020: Quantitative Business Analysis


Note: Engineering/Commerce students are exempted from BUSS1020 once they have completed Engineering core unit MATH1005 and one other MATH unit.
Core
6 ECMT1020: Business and Economic Statistics B
Core
6 ECON1001: Introductory Microeconomics
Core
6 ECON1002: Introductory Macroeconomics
Core
6 ECOS2001: Intermediate Microeconomics


Note: May be replaced by ECOS2901 Intermediate Microeconomics Honours.
Core
6 ECOS2002: Intermediate Macroeconomics


Note: May be replaced by ECOS2902 Intermediate Macroeconomics Honours.
24 Select from ECOS2201: Economics of Competition and Strategy
ECOS2306: Managerial Firms: Evolution & Attributes
ECOS2903: Mathematical Economics A
ECOS3002: Development Economics
ECOS3003: Hierarchies, Incentives & Firm Structure
ECOS3004: History of Economic Thought
ECOS3005: Industrial Organisation
ECOS3006: International Trade
ECOS3007: International Macroeconomics
ECOS3008: Labour Economics
ECOS3010: Monetary Economics
ECOS3011: Public Finance
ECOS3012: Strategic Behaviour
ECOS3015: Law and Economics
ECOS3016: Experimental and Behavioural Economics
ECOS3017: Health Economics
ECOS3018: Economics of Growth
ECOS3019: Capital and Dynamics
ECOS3020: Special Topic in Economics
ECOS3021: Business Cycles and Asset Markets
ECOS3022: The Economics of Financial Markets
ECOS3023: Personnel Economics
ECOS3901: Advanced Microeconomics Honours
ECOS3902: Advanced Macroeconomics Honours
ECOS3903: Applied Economics
ECOS3904: Applied Macroeconomics Honours


Note: (a) ECOS2306 is not offered in 2013. (b) The units ECOS3901, ECOS3902, ECOS3903 and ECOS3904 require the completion of additional prerequisites/corequisites outside of the units of study listed for this major.
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Note: Economics is available as a Commerce major for combined degree students commencing in 2012 or earlier. From 2013, Economics will only be available as an Arts major for engineering combined degree students. Combined degree students commencing in 2013 and wishing to major in Economics should consider taking Arts rather than Commerce as their second degree.

Students majoring in Economics must complete:

(1) Four prerequisite junior unit of study (18 credit points): BUSS1020, ECMT1020, ECON1001 and ECON1002. Engineering/Commerce students are exempted from BUSS1020 once they have completed Engineering core unit MATH1005 and one other MATH unit.

(2) Two compulsory senior units of study (12 credit points): ECOS2001, ECOS2002.

(3) At least four elective units of study (24 credit points) selected from the ECOS senior elective units listed, with at least three at 3000-level (18 credit points).

BCom Finance Major

Type CP CP From
Core
6 BUSS1020: Quantitative Business Analysis


Note: Engineering/Commerce students are exempted from BUSS1020 once they have completed Engineering core unit MATH1005 and one other MATH unit.
Core
6 FINC2011: Corporate Finance I
Core
6 FINC2012: Corporate Finance II
Core
6 FINC3017: Investments and Portfolio Management
18 Select from BUSS2100: Business Placement A (Internship)
FINC3011: International Financial Management
FINC3012: Derivative Securities
FINC3013: Mergers and Acquisitions
FINC3014: Trading and Dealing in Security Markets
FINC3015: Financial Valuation: Case Study Approach
FINC3018: Bank Financial Management
FINC3019: Fixed Income Securities
FINC3020: Financial Risk Management
FINC3022: Alternative Investments
FINC3023: Behavioural Finance


Note: (a) BUSS2100 requires approval from the Discipline of Finance before the unit can be included in the major.
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Note: Students undertaking a major in Finance must complete the following.

(1) One junior prerequisite unit of study, BUSS1020 (6 credit points). Engineering/Commerce students are exempted from BUSS1020 once they have completed Engineering core unit MATH1005 and one other MATH unit.

(2) Three compulsory senior units of study (18 credit points): FINC2011, FINC2012, FINC3017.

(3) At least 18 credit points selected from the FINC senior electives list.

Commerce core unit BUSS1040 is assumed knowledge for the Finance major. It is strongly recommended that students complete BUSS1040 (or equivalent units) first in preparing for this major.

BCom Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management Major

Type CP CP From
Core
6 WORK1003: Foundations of Work and Employment
Core
6 WORK2203: Industrial Relations Policy
Core
6 WORK2205: Human Resource Processes
24 Select from BUSS2100: Business Placement A (Internship)
WORK2209: Organisational Analysis and Behaviour
WORK2210: Strategic Management
WORK2211: Human Resource Strategies
WORK2215: IR and HRM Practice
WORK2217: International Human Resource Management
WORK2218: People and Organisations
WORK2219: Management and Organisational Ethics
WORK2221: Organisational Communication
WORK2222: Leadership in Organisations
WORK2224: Globalisation, Work and Employment
WORK2225: Work and Society
WORK2226: Institutions at Work
WORK2227: Regulation at Work
WORK3921: Theories of Work and Organisations
WORK3922: Organisational Research Methods


Note: (a) BUSS2100 requires approval from the Discipline of Work and Organisational Studies before the unit can be included in the major. (b) WORK2224, WORK2227 and WORK3921 are not offered in 2013
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Note: Students undertaking a major in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management must complete the following.

(1) One junior prerequisite unit of study: WORK1003 (6 credit points).

(2) Two compulsory senior units of study (12 credit points): WORK2203, WORK2205.

(3) At least four elective units of study (24 credit points) selected from the WORK Senior Commerce Electives list.

BCom International Business Major

Type CP CP From
Core
6 IBUS2101: International Business Strategy
Core
6 IBUS2102: Cross-Cultural Management
Core
6 IBUS3101: International Business Alliances
Core
6 IBUS3102: International Risk Management
12 Select from ACCT3031: International Corporate Governance
BUSS2100: Business Placement A (Internship)
CLAW2211: Commercial Practice in China
FINC3011: International Financial Management
IBUS3103: Global Entrepreneurship and Enterprise
IBUS3104: Ethical International Business Decisions
IBUS3107: Business Negotiations
MKTG3116: International Marketing
WORK2217: International Human Resource Management
WORK2222: Leadership in Organisations


Note: BUSS2100 requires approval from the Discipline of International Business before the unit can be included in the major.
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Note: For a major in International Business, students must complete a minimum 36 credit points in senior units of study comprising:

(1) Four compulsory senior units of study (24 credit points): IBUS2101, IBUS2102, IBUS3101, IBUS3102.

(2) At least two elective units of study (12 credit points) selected from the senior elective units list. Note that many senior elective units of study require the completion of additional prerequisites outside of those units listed for this major. Click on the individual unit for information about these. Students undertaking combined degrees will need to carefully consider prerequisite implications before selecting any of these units to ensure that they do not exceed the credit point limit for the BCom component.

BCom Management Major

Type CP CP From
Core
6 WORK2201: Foundations of Management
Core
6 WORK2210: Strategic Management
Core
6 WORK2218: People and Organisations
18 Select from BUSS2100: Business Placement A (Internship)
WORK2205: Human Resource Processes
WORK2209: Organisational Analysis and Behaviour
WORK2211: Human Resource Strategies
WORK2217: International Human Resource Management
WORK2219: Management and Organisational Ethics
WORK2221: Organisational Communication
WORK2222: Leadership in Organisations
WORK2224: Globalisation, Work and Employment
WORK2225: Work and Society
WORK2227: Regulation at Work
WORK3921: Theories of Work and Organisations
WORK3922: Organisational Research Methods


Note: (a) BUSS2100 requires approval from the Discipline of Work and Organisational Studies before the unit can be included in the major. (b) WORK2224, WORK2227 and WORK3921 are not offered in 2013.
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Note: For a major in Management, Engineering/Commerce combined degree students must complete the following.

(1) Three compulsory senior units of study (18 credit points): WORK2201, WORK2210, WORK2218.

(2) At least three units of study (18 credit points) selected from the senior elective units list.

Students taking this major must first have completed at least one of the core junior Bachelor of Commerce units as a prerequisite.

BCom Marketing Major

Type CP CP From
Core
6 MKTG1001: Marketing Principles
Core
6 MKTG2112: Consumer Behaviour
Core
6 MKTG2113: Marketing Research
Core
6 MKTG3118: Marketing Strategy and Planning
18 Select from BUSS2100: Business Placement A (Internship)
CLAW2212: Franchising
MKTG3110: Electronic Marketing
MKTG3112: Marketing Communications
MKTG3114: New Products Marketing
MKTG3116: International Marketing
MKTG3117: Services Marketing
MKTG3119: Public Relations Management
MKTG3120: Building and Managing Brands
MKTG3121: Advertising: Creative Principles
MKTG3211: Contemporary Issues in Marketing


Note: (a) BUSS2100 requires approval from the Discipline of Marketing before the unit can be included in the major. (b) MKTG3110 and MKTG3211 are not offered in 2013.
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Note: Students intending to complete a major in Marketing must complete the following.

(1) One prerequisite junior unit of study (12 credit points): MKTG1001.

(2) Three compulsory senior units of study (12 credit points): MKTG2112, MKTG2113, MKTG3118.

(3) At least three units of study (18 credit points) selected from the MKTG Senior Commerce Electives list.

BCom Quantitative Business Analysis

Type CP CP From
Core
6 BUSS1020: Quantitative Business Analysis


Note: Engineering/Commerce students are exempted from BUSS1020 once they have completed Engineering core unit MATH1005 and one other MATH unit.
Core
6 QBUS2310: Management Science
Core
6 QBUS2810: Statistical Modelling for Business
24 Select from BUSS2100: Business Placement A (Internship)
QBUS2320: Methods of Decision Analysis
QBUS2330: Operations Management
QBUS2350: Project Planning and Management
QBUS2820: Predictive Analytics
QBUS3310: Advanced Management Science
QBUS3320: Supply Chain Management
QBUS3810: Business Risk Analysis
QBUS3820: Data Mining and Data Analysis


Note: (a) BUSS2100 requires approval from the Discipline of Business Analytics before the unit can be included in the major. (b) QBUS3320 is not offered in 2013.
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Note: Students intending to complete a major in Quantitative Business Analysis require the following units.

(1) One prerequisite junior unit of study (6 credit points): BUSS1020. Engineering/Commerce students are exempted from BUSS1020 once they have completed Engineering core unit MATH1005 and one other MATH unit.

(2) Two compulsory senior units of study (12 credit points): QBUS2310,QBUS2810.

(3) A minimum of 24 credit points from the senior elective units list (minimum of four units), with at least 12 credit points (two units) at 3000-level.

Note that a number of the QBUS units are replacements for previous ECMT units. See Business School website for equivalences between new QBUS units and previous ECMT units at http://sydney.edu.au/business/currentstudents/undergraduate/curriculum_information/undergraduate_courses/changes_to_undergraduate_programs

IT Honours Program

Type CP CP From
Core
6 INFO4991: IT Research Thesis A
Core
12 INFO4992: IT Research Thesis B
Core
0 INFO4999: Computer Science Honours Result
Core
6 INFO5993: IT Research Methods
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Note: Students eligible for the BIT Honours program may take IT Thesis units INFO4991 (6cp) and INFO4992 (12cp). Students taking the IT Thesis units are advised to also enrol in INFO5993 IT Research Methods.

Block 1 - Maths Level 1000 Units (Min CP: 12,Max CP: 12)

Unit Code Unit Name CP Sessions Offered
MATH1001 Differential Calculus 3 Semester 1
Summer Main
MATH1002 Linear Algebra 3 Semester 1
Summer Main
MATH1003 Integral Calculus and Modelling 3 Semester 2
Summer Main
MATH1004 Discrete Mathematics 3 Semester 2
Summer Main
MATH1005 Statistics 3 Semester 2
Summer Main

Note: Other Level-1000 Maths or Stats units may be taken depending on availability. See Science Faculty handbook for full list of MATH and STAT units at http://sydney.edu.au/handbooks

Block 2 - Maths Level 2000 Units

Unit Code Unit Name CP Sessions Offered
MATH2063 Math Computing and Nonlinear Systems 6 Semester 1
MATH2069 Discrete Mathematics and Graph Theory 6 Semester 1
STAT2012 Statistical Tests 6 Semester 2
STAT2912 Statistical Tests (Advanced) 6 Semester 2

Note: Other Level-2000 Maths or Stats units may be taken depending on availability. See Science Faculty handbook for full list of MATH and STAT units at http://sydney.edu.au/handbooks

Block 3 - IT Level 2000 Recommended Electives (Min CP: 6,Max CP: 12)

Unit Code Unit Name CP Sessions Offered
COMP2022 Models of Computation 6 Semester 2
COMP2121 Principles of Distributed Systems and Networks 6 Semester 2

Note: This group comprises all level-2000 COMP, INFO and ISYS units. See Faculty of Engineering/IT Unit of Study page at http://cusp.sydney.edu.au/students/view-units-page/did/742 for full list of COMP2xxx, INFO2xxx, ISYS2xxx units of study.

Block 4 - IT Level 3000 Recommended Electives (Min CP: 6,Max CP: 12)

Unit Code Unit Name CP Sessions Offered
COMP3109 Programming Languages and Paradigms 6 Semester 2
COMP3308 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence 6 Semester 1
COMP3419 Graphics and Multimedia 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
COMP3456 Computational Methods for Life Sciences 6
COMP3520 Operating Systems Internals 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
COMP3530 Discrete Optimization 6 Semester 2
COMP3608 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (Adv) 6 Semester 1

Note: At least one of these units (6 credit points) is required.

Block 5 - IT Level 5000 Recommended Electives A (Min CP: 36,Max CP: 48)

Unit Code Unit Name CP Sessions Offered
COMP5045 Computational Geometry 6 Semester 1
COMP5046 Natural Language Processing 6 Semester 1
COMP5047 Pervasive Computing 6 Semester 2
COMP5048 Visual Analytics 6 Semester 2
COMP5318 Machine Learning and Data Mining 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
COMP5338 Advanced Data Models 6 Semester 2
COMP5347 Web Application Development 6 Semester 1
COMP5348 Enterprise Scale Software Architecture 6 Semester 1
COMP5415 Multimedia Design and Authoring 6 Semester 2
COMP5416 Advanced Network Technologies 6 Semester 2
COMP5424 Information Technology in Biomedicine 6 Semester 1
COMP5425 Multimedia Retrieval 6 Semester 1
COMP5426 Parallel and Distributed Computing 6 Semester 1
COMP5456 Introduction to Bioinformatics [not running] 6 Semester 2
INFO5991 Services Science Management and Engineering 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
INFO5992 Understanding IT Innovations 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
INFO6010 Advanced Topics in IT Project Management 6 Semester 2
INFO6012 Information Technology Strategy & Value 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
S2 Intensive
S1 Intensive
ISYS5050 Knowledge Management Systems 6 Semester 1

Note: Students in the BIT Pass degree must complete at least 48 credit points of electives including at 36 credit points from 5000-level or above COMP, INFO, ISYS units of study. The remaining 12 credit points may be taken either from these units or from Year 4 Recommended B list below.

Block 6 - IT Level 5000 Recommended Electives B (Max CP: 12)

Unit Code Unit Name CP Sessions Offered
ELEC5508 Wireless Engineering 6 Semester 2
ELEC5509 Mobile Networks 6 Semester 1
ELEC5514 Networked Embedded Systems 6 Semester 2
ELEC5614 Real Time Computing 6 Semester 1
ELEC5616 Computer and Network Security 6 Semester 1
ELEC5618 Software Quality Engineering 6 Semester 1
ELEC5619 Object Oriented Application Frameworks 6 Semester 2
ELEC5620 Model Based Software Engineering 6 Semester 2

Note: Up to 12 credit points may be taken from these units.

Block 7 - IT Advanced Alternatives Units

Unit Code Unit Name CP Sessions Offered
COMP2907 Algorithms and Complexity (Advanced) 6 Semester 2
INFO1905 Data Structures (Advanced) 6 Semester 2
INFO2820 Database Systems 1 (Advanced) 6 Semester 1

Note: These units are advanced versions of core undergraduate units and are taken in place of them. INFO1905, INFO2820 and COMP2907 are advanced alternatives to INFO1105, INFO2120 and COMP2007 respectively. Department permission is required for enrollment each case.

Block 8 - Commerce Junior Electives (Max CP: 18)

Unit Code Unit Name CP Sessions Offered
ACCT1006 Accounting & Financial Management 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
CLAW1001 Foundations of Business Law 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
Summer Early
ECMT1020 Business and Economic Statistics B 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
Summer Main
ECON1002 Introductory Macroeconomics 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
Summer Main
INFS1000 Business Information Systems 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
Winter Main
Summer Early
Summer Main
Summer Late
MKTG1001 Marketing Principles 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
QBUS1030 Business Modelling with Spreadsheets 6 Semester 2
WORK1003 Foundations of Work and Employment 6 Semester 1
Semester 2

Note: ECMT1020 and EC0N1002 are only available for Engineering/Commerce combined degree students commencing in 2012 or earlier. From 2013, Econometrics and Economics units of study will be offered by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences as part of the Bachelor of Arts. Combined degree students commencing in 2013 and wishing to major in Econometrics should consider taking Arts rather than Commerce as their second degree.

Block 9 - Commerce Senior Electives (Min CP: 48,Max CP: 66)

Unit Code Unit Name CP Sessions Offered
ACCT2011 Financial Accounting A 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
ACCT2012 Management Accounting A 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
ACCT3011 Financial Accounting B 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
ACCT3012 Management Accounting B 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
ACCT3013 Financial Statement Analysis 6 Semester 1
ACCT3014 Auditing and Assurance 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
ACCT3031 International Corporate Governance 6 Semester 2
ACCT3032 Current Issues in Management Accounting 6 Semester 1
ACCT3098 Accounting Honours Preparation A 3 Semester 1
ACCT3099 Accounting Honours Preparation B 3 Semester 2
BUSS2100 Business Placement A (Internship) 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
Int January
Int February
Int March
Int June
Int July
Int November
Int December
BUSS2200 Business Placement B (Internship) 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
Int January
Int February
Int March
Int June
Int July
Int November
Int December
BUSS2500 Washington D.C. Placement Program 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
Int February
BUSS2501 LA Placement Program 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
Int January
Int February
BUSS2502 Paris Placement Program 6 Semester 2
Int July
BUSS3100 Business Placement C (Internship) 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
Int January
Int February
Int March
Int April
Int May
Int June
Int July
Int August
Int September
Int October
Int November
Int December
CLAW2201 Corporations Law 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
CLAW2202 Bankruptcy and Insolvency 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
CLAW2203 Stock Markets and Derivatives Law 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
CLAW2204 Banking and Finance Law 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
CLAW2205 Trade Practices and Consumer Law 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
CLAW2207 Legal Ethics and the Professions 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
CLAW2208 Business Regulation, Risk and Compliance 6 Semester 2
CLAW2209 Intellectual Property for Business 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
CLAW2211 Commercial Practice in China 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
CLAW2212 Franchising 6 Semester 1
CLAW3201 Australian Taxation System 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
CLAW3202 Tax Strategies for Business 6 Semester 2
CLAW3204 Capital Raising and Management 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
CLAW3206 Regulation of Mergers and Acquisitions 6 Semester 2
CLAW3207 Employment Regulation for Business 6 Semester 1
ECMT2110 Regression Modelling 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
ECMT2120 Analysis of Discrete Choice Data 6 Semester 2
ECMT2130 Financial Econometrics 6 Semester 2
ECMT2620 Management Science 6 Semester 2
ECMT2630 Managerial Decision Making 6 Semester 1
ECMT2640 Operations Management 6 Semester 1
ECMT3110 Econometric Models and Methods 6 Semester 1
ECMT3120 Applied Econometrics 6 Semester 2
ECMT3130 Forecasting for Economics and Business 6 Semester 2
ECMT3150 The Econometrics of Financial Markets 6 Semester 1
ECMT3160 Statistical Modelling 6
ECMT3170 Computational Econometrics 6 Semester 2
ECMT3180 Business Risk Management 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
ECMT3610 Management Science Models and Methods 6 Semester 1
ECMT3620 Stochastic Modelling for Management 6
ECMT3640 Project Planning and Management 6 Semester 2
ECOS2001 Intermediate Microeconomics 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
Summer Main
ECOS2002 Intermediate Macroeconomics 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
Summer Main
ECOS2201 Economics of Competition and Strategy 6 Semester 1
ECOS2306 Managerial Firms: Evolution & Attributes 6 Semester 2
ECOS2551 Economics Exchange 6 S2 Late Int
S1 Late Int
ECOS2552 Economics Exchange 6 S2 Late Int
S1 Late Int
ECOS2901 Intermediate Microeconomics Honours 6 Semester 1
ECOS2902 Intermediate Macroeconomics Honours 6 Semester 2
ECOS2903 Mathematical Economics A 6 Semester 1
ECOS3002 Development Economics 6 Semester 2
ECOS3003 Hierarchies, Incentives & Firm Structure 6 Semester 2
ECOS3004 History of Economic Thought 6 Semester 2
ECOS3005 Industrial Organisation 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
ECOS3006 International Trade 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
ECOS3007 International Macroeconomics 6 Semester 1
Summer Main
ECOS3008 Labour Economics 6 Semester 1
ECOS3009 Markets, Regulation and Government Policy 6
ECOS3010 Monetary Economics 6 Semester 1
ECOS3011 Public Finance 6 Semester 2
ECOS3012 Strategic Behaviour 6 Semester 1
Summer Main
ECOS3015 Law and Economics 6 Semester 2
ECOS3016 Experimental and Behavioural Economics 6 Semester 2
ECOS3017 Health Economics 6 Semester 1
ECOS3018 Economics of Growth 6 Semester 2
ECOS3019 Capital and Dynamics 6 Semester 1
ECOS3020 Special Topic in Economics 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
ECOS3021 Business Cycles and Asset Markets 6 Semester 2
ECOS3022 The Economics of Financial Markets 6 Semester 1
ECOS3023 Personnel Economics 6
ECOS3551 Economics Exchange 6 S2 Late Int
S1 Late Int
ECOS3552 Economics Exchange 6 S2 Late Int
S1 Late Int
ECOS3553 Economics Exchange 6 S2 Late Int
S1 Late Int
ECOS3554 Economics Exchange 6 S2 Late Int
S1 Late Int
ECOS3901 Advanced Microeconomics Honours 6 Semester 1
ECOS3902 Advanced Macroeconomics Honours 6 Semester 2
ECOS3903 Applied Economics 6 Semester 2
ECOS3904 Applied Macroeconomics Honours 6
FINC2011 Corporate Finance I 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
Winter Main
Summer Early
Summer Main
Summer Late
FINC2012 Corporate Finance II 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
Summer Early
Summer Main
FINC3011 International Financial Management 6 Semester 1
FINC3012 Derivative Securities 6 Semester 2
FINC3013 Mergers and Acquisitions 6 Semester 2
FINC3014 Trading and Dealing in Security Markets 6 Semester 2
FINC3015 Financial Valuation: Case Study Approach 6 Semester 1
FINC3017 Investments and Portfolio Management 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
Summer Main
FINC3018 Bank Financial Management 6 Semester 2
FINC3019 Fixed Income Securities 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
FINC3020 Financial Risk Management 6 Semester 2
FINC3022 Alternative Investments 6 Semester 1
FINC3023 Behavioural Finance 6 Semester 1
IBUS2101 International Business Strategy 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
Summer Main
Summer Late
IBUS2102 Cross-Cultural Management 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
Summer Early
Summer Main
IBUS3101 International Business Alliances 6 Semester 1
IBUS3102 International Risk Management 6 Semester 2
IBUS3103 Global Entrepreneurship and Enterprise 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
IBUS3104 Ethical International Business Decisions 6 Semester 2
IBUS3106 International Business Special Project 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
Int January
Int July
IBUS3107 Business Negotiations 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
INFS2001 IS for Performance Improvement 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
Summer Early
INFS2010 Digital Information Design & Management 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
INFS2020 Business Process Modelling & Improvement 6 Semester 2
INFS2030 e-Business Management 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
INFS3030 Information Protection and Assurance 6 Semester 2
INFS3040 Enterprise Systems & Integrated Business 6 Semester 1
INFS3050 Business Intelligence for Managers 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
INFS3060 Managing Digital Innovation Projects 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
INFS3070 Business Analysis in Practice 6 Semester 1
INFS3080 Business Information Systems Project 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
MKTG2112 Consumer Behaviour 6 Semester 2
MKTG2113 Marketing Research 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
MKTG3110 Electronic Marketing 6 Semester 2
MKTG3112 Marketing Communications 6 Semester 2
MKTG3114 New Products Marketing 6 Semester 2
MKTG3116 International Marketing 6 Semester 1
MKTG3117 Services Marketing 6 Semester 1
MKTG3118 Marketing Strategy and Planning 6 Semester 2
MKTG3119 Public Relations Management 6 Semester 2
MKTG3120 Building and Managing Brands 6 Semester 1
MKTG3121 Advertising: Creative Principles 6 Semester 1
MKTG3211 Contemporary Issues in Marketing 6
QBUS2310 Management Science 6 Semester 2
QBUS2320 Methods of Decision Analysis 6 Semester 1
QBUS2330 Operations Management 6 Semester 1
QBUS2350 Project Planning and Management 6 Semester 2
QBUS2810 Statistical Modelling for Business 6 Semester 1
QBUS2820 Predictive Analytics 6 Semester 2
QBUS3310 Advanced Management Science 6 Semester 1
QBUS3320 Supply Chain Management 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
QBUS3810 Business Risk Analysis 6 Semester 1
QBUS3820 Data Mining and Data Analysis 6 Semester 2
WORK2201 Foundations of Management 6 Semester 1
WORK2203 Industrial Relations Policy 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
WORK2204 Sociology of Work 6 Semester 1
WORK2205 Human Resource Processes 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
WORK2207 Labour Law 6 Semester 2
WORK2209 Organisational Analysis and Behaviour 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
WORK2210 Strategic Management 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
WORK2211 Human Resource Strategies 6 Semester 2
WORK2215 IR and HRM Practice 6 S2 Late Int
Int June
WORK2217 International Human Resource Management 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
WORK2218 People and Organisations 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
WORK2219 Management and Organisational Ethics 6 Semester 2
WORK2221 Organisational Communication 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
WORK2222 Leadership in Organisations 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
WORK2224 Globalisation, Work and Employment 6 Semester 2
WORK2225 Work and Society 6 Semester 1
Semester 2
WORK2226 Institutions at Work 6 Semester 2
WORK2227 Regulation at Work 6 Semester 1
WORK3921 Theories of Work and Organisations 6 Semester 1
WORK3922 Organisational Research Methods 6 Semester 2

Note: Commerce units must be selected in order to meet the major requirements of the BCom degree (see streams tab) and in order to complete a required 96 cp of Business School units.

ECMT and EC0S units are only available for Engineering/Commerce combined degree students commencing in 2012 or earlier. From 2013, Econometrics and Economics will be offered by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences as part of the Bachelor of Arts. Combined degree students commencing in 2013 and wishing to major in Econometrics should consider taking Arts rather than Commerce as their second degree.

Course: Information Technology (Computer Science) / Commerce (2013)
CP Required: 240
Min FT Duration: 5.00 Years
Min PT Duration: 5.00 Years
Faculty/School: University Archive
Years Offered: 2014, 2013, 2012
Requirements: To qualify for the award of the Bachelor of Information Technology/Bachelor of Commerce combined degree, a candidate must successfully complete 240 credit points.

For the Bachelor of Information Technology a candidate must complete 144 credit points of core units selected from the table of units for the Bachelor of Information Technology stream the candidate is pursuing (either Computer Science or Information Systems).

For the Bachelor of Commerce a candidate must complete 96 credit points selected from the table of undergraduate units of study from the Faculty of Economics and Business including:

(a) 36 credit points of core Commerce units of study, comprising 30 junior credit points and six senior credit points)

(b) a Commerce major.

(c) at least 48 credit points at 2000 and/or 3000 levels.

Candidates in the BIT degree must maintain a credit average in each year of enrolment. If this level of result is not achieved candidates will be transferred to the BCST degree program.

Through this table candidates may substitute an advanced equivalent for a non- advanced unit mentioned. They may also substitute an appropriate unit from the Talented Student Program of the Faculty of Science; if they are eligible to enrol in such units.

Maths/Statistics requirement; A total of 18 credit points (with at least 6 credit points of 2000-level or above) of MATH and/or STAT units of are required for completion of this degree All 1000-level and 2000-level units offered in the Science subject areas of Mathematics and Statistics can be taken to meet this requirement; however the School recommends students choose from the following units; MATH1001; MATH1002; MATH1003; MATH1004; MATH1005; MATH2069; MATH2063 and STAT2012. MATH and STAT units that are not taken as core units can be taken as other units. A full list of MATH and STAT units are available from Science Faculty handbook.

Honours is available to meritorious candidates, in either or both the Bachelor of Information Technology or the Bachelor of Commerce. Honours requires the completion an alternative set of units in the final year of the Bachelor of Information Technology degree and of one additional full time year of study for the Bachelor of Commerce degree. The Bachelor of Commerce Honours program may be completed part time over two years with the permission of the Faculty of Economics and Business. Admission and award requirements for honours in the Bachelor of Information Technology are listed in the course resolution for the Bachelor of Information Technology degree. Admission and award requirements for honours in the Bachelor of Commerce are listed in the resolutions of the Faculty of Economics and Business. See Faculty handbooks for further details: http://sydney.edu.au/handbooks/
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