BU2101 - Integrated Business Venture Part 2 of 2
|Student Contribution Band:
||School of Business
This subject is restricted to those who have completed BU2100. Except with the approval
of the Head of School, these two subjects in a chain must be studied in consecutive
Integrated Business Venture Part 2 of 2 is the second of two subjects that provide
an opportunity for students to plan and operate a small company. This subject requires
students to draw on various business subjects (i.e. management, accounting, economics,
business law, customer experience management, entrepreneurship, project management,
business research methods, leadership and strategic thinking) to manage the start-up
company planned in BU2100. The subject fosters conceptual connections across disciplines
as a natural consequence of using concepts and tools from all other business subjects
to guide the management process. A quota applies to this subject. Students are required
to complete an interview with the subject coordinator before entering the subject
and preference will be given to students with a higher GPA. This subject is part of
a subject chain and students must complete both BU2100 and BU2101 to receive a final
grade for each subject.
- Create and manage a small business enterprise;
- Develop individual responsibility to the community by being involved with a selected
non- profit service project;
- Apply the skills and knowledge gained in other subjects through practical experience;
- Cultivate and develop corporate and ethical responsibility.
- The ability to adapt knowledge to new situations;
- The ability to define and to solve problems in at least one discipline area;
- The ability to think critically, to analyse and evaluate claims, evidence and arguments,
and to reason and deploy evidence clearly and logically;
- The ability to deploy critically evaluated information to practical ends;
- The ability to find and access information using appropriate media and technologies;
- The ability to evaluate that information;
- An understanding of the economic, legal, ethical, social and cultural issues involved
in the use of information;
- The ability to select and organise information and to communicate it accurately, cogently,
coherently, creatively and ethically;
- The acquisition of coherent and disciplined sets of skills, knowledge, values and
professional ethics from at least one discipline area;
- The ability to reflect on and evaluate learning, and to learn independently in a self
- The ability to manage future career and personal development;
- The ability to read complex and demanding texts accurately, critically and insightfully;
- The ability to speak and write clearly, coherently and creatively;
- The ability to generate, calculate, interpret and communicate numerical information
in ways appropriate to a given discipline or discourse;
- The ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences;
- The ability to lead, manage and contribute effectively to teams;
- The ability to work with people of different gender, age, ethnicity, culture, religion
and political persuasion;
- The ability to select and use appropriate tools and technologies;
- The ability to use online technologies effectively and ethically.
As this subject is part of a subject chain, a final
standard grade (e.g. P, C) will only be recorded
for each subject after successful completion of all
parts of the subject chain.
Study Period 2
|Census Date 26-Aug-2010
|Face to face teaching
26-Jul-2010 to 19-Nov-2010
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||Assoc. Professor Anna Blackman, <Person not found>.
- 8 hours workshops/Seminars - Briefings
- 31 hours - 18 hours - Business meetings and 13 hours - Lecturer directed activities
||business plan (25%); oral presentation (25%); 360 feedback (25%); annual report (25%).
An enrolment quota applies to this offering.
Enrolment in this offering is restricted.
Minor variations might occur due to the continuous Subject quality improvement process,
and in case
of minor variation(s) in assessment details, the Subject Outline represents the latest