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Human resource management, marketing, international business and business management skills are essential to business and professional activities. A wide range of units in these areas is offered by the School of Management which operates on a cross-campus basis. Most units offered by the School can be studied on campus in either Launceston or Hobart. The Human Resource Management major, the Business Management major and the Marketing & International Business major can be studied in both Hobart and Launceston; the Marketing major is only available in Hobart. The School is responsible for all undergraduate Human Resource Management, Marketing, International Business and Business Management units offered within the Bachelor of Commerce degree and in the Management BCom Honours program. It is also responsible for units offered in the Graduate Certificate of Management, Graduate Diploma in Business Administration and the Master of Business Administration; and provides academic supervision for a number of higher degree students.
Committed to the advancement of management studies knowledge, the School of Management of the University of Tasmania aspires to be ranked among the best Australian university management schools and to an international reputation for quality and contemporaneity. The School is committed to quality teaching, research and scholarly activities; and aims to provide a supportive working environment for students and researchers. Students in other faculties are encouraged to undertake units offered by the School as electives.
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