Diploma of Business – University Pathway (BSB50215)
CRICOS Code: 087142M
Commencement Dates: 1 Feb / 19 Apr / 12 Jul / 27 Sep / 31 Jan (2022)
Mid-Term Commencement: 8 Mar / 24 May / 16 Aug / 1 Nov
Hours per Week: 20 hrs/wk average
Course Duration: 6, 9 or 12 months
Class Size: Average 16
English Entry / Academic Requirements: CEFR B2 / IELTS 5.5 or equivalent + Year 11 (or equivalent)
Gain a business qualification and enter second year university!
The Phoenix Diploma of Business offers students the opportunity to study in a unique, specialised, direct entry pathway into second year University (Undergraduate Programs) in Australia. On successful completion of the Diploma of Business (University Pathway stream), students are equipped with the skills and knowledge required to transfer to their relevant undergraduate program with a full year of advanced standing at Curtin University, The University of Western Australia, Edith Cowan University, Murdoch University and Central Queensland University.
This course is ideal for students unable to meet the academic entry requirements for Higher Education as an alternative, affordable and effective pathway to university.
At Phoenix Academy we strive for innovative and modern delivery methods in all programs, therefore, our School of Business programs are delivered via the ‘Block Model’ method enabling students to focus on one subject at a time instead of juggling multiple subjects and assessments in one term.
(The Diploma - University Pathway stream incorporates BSB40215 Certificate IV in Business)
- Our comprehensive and customised curriculum provides learners with valuable business skills as well as a range of vital study skills to prepare for Higher Education programs
- Gain a nationally recognised qualification and full course credit for the first year of a range of Bachelor Degree programs at our partner Universities - and save thousands of dollars!
- Apply for packaged enrolment offers with a range of our University partners and only apply for one Student Visa
- *No IELTS score required as part of our pathway/direct entry program
- Enrol for your entire study program for VET and Higher Education through our Link2Uni admissions office (Students can include ELICOS as well in their study package if required)
Subjects/Units of Competency: (Specialised University Pathway Program)
- Communications 500 (501, 502) - BSBWRT401, BSBITU404, BSBCMM401
- Information Systems 500 - BSBINM401
- Legal Framework 500 - BSBSMB401, BSBRSK401
- Accounting 500 - BSBFIA412, BSBFIM501
- Economics 510 (Macro and Micro)
- Management 510 (511, 512, 513, 514) - BSBLDR511, BSBWOR501, BSBLDR502, BSBMGT502, BSBMGT517
- Marketing 510 (511, 512) - BSBMKG501, BSBMKG502, BSBMKG507, BSBWRT501, BSBMKG523
- Research Skills and Business Statistics 500 - BSBRES411
This unit provides students with the skills and knowledge required to report financial activity for business purposes. It includes understanding the accounting theory including cash and accrual accounting concepts. Students will also gain an understanding of financial management requirements within an organisation, including implementation of financial management approaches, teamwork ethics, and supporting team members involved in financial operations and financial control. Students will also be exposed to financial trends, cost benefit and risk analysis, including reviewing and evaluating financial management processes in line with financial objectives. Students will also gain an understanding of accounting software, and its relevance to the Australian work practices.
This learning program provides students with the range of skills required to communicate in a modern business or academic environment. Students will learn how to effectively plan, draft and produce a range of business documents using the Microsoft Office suite and related software. Students will also plan, deliver and evaluate a number of presentations, developing an awareness of their own skills as well as the importance of context, purpose and audience. There is a strong focus on academic skills such as research and note taking, time management, academic integrity and critical thinking.
Research Skills and Business Statistics 500
This course deals with gathering, organising, analysing and presenting information. It also examines statistical techniques commonly used in business environments, including both quantitative and qualitative data analysis. Students will develop their research skills and gain practice in interpreting trends, market development, market performance and market data.
Legal Framework 500
This unit introduces students to the Australian legal system and the principles of Australian business law. This unit also provides students with the skills and knowledge required to identify and comply with the regulatory, legal, taxation and insurance requirements, and other regulatory requirements for business operations.
Students will also gain an understanding of how to identify risks and to apply established risk management processes that are within a person's own work responsibilities and area of operation.
Information Systems 500
This unit aims to provide students with a general background of Business Information Systems (BIS) and its role in contributing to organisational success. Students are introduced to the tools and processes required to assess & implement an effective BIS for an organisation.
This unit includes an overview of marketing and it role in business and the economy. Students will learn the essentials of the marketing mix, how to plan and review the marketing process and research new markets. There is a strong focus on customer needs and preferences and ethical marketing practices.
This unit provides students with an introduction to the discipline and practice of management, with a particular focus on strategies for managing yourself, managing others and managing operational plans. Topics include: goal setting and managing priorities, unlocking peak performance from staff, assigning and delegating to build effective work teams, developing, managing and monitoring plans, solving problems and making decisions, and ensuring quality and continuous improvement.
This unit assists learners to develop a sound knowledge of the Australian economy (both micro and macro). Students will gain understanding in the forces of supply and demand, how businesses use economics for decision making and Government and reserve bank policies including fiscal and monetary policy. In addition, learners will be provided with opportunities to develop the critical, analytic and communication skills necessary to create and communicate meaning from economic data and information.