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The following areas will be taught as part of this subject: Human resources and industrial relations in the construction industry. Higher level report writing techniques. A major dissertation. ... read more
This course will examine a number of areas, including transfer pricing, anti-avoidance measures, international; tax planning, double tax treaties. This Unit is co-taught with International Taxation Law PG.... read more
This unit will cover current topics in world tourism including terrorism, climate change, aviation issues and major events and their impacts on the international tourism and events industry. The focus is on topicality and management response. ... read more
The areas examined include the: incorporation of a company and its constitution; rights, duties and liabilities of directors, other company officers and shareholders; company meeting; companys dealings with outsiders; and introduction to the law... read more
The following areas will be taught as part of this subject: Introduction to report writing and dissertation preparation. Referencing (Harvard system through University of Canberra library on-line). Use of technologies such as the internet for... read more
The following areas will be taught as part of this subject: ethics and industry practices in the construction industry; issues relating to harassment in the workplace; issues relating to international awareness and cultural diversity; the role of... read more
This unit will provide students with a grounding in various dispute resolution methodologies. Particular attention will be given to issues of jurisdiction, standing, court procedures and the duties of advocates and the rights of parties. The course... read more
The following areas will be taught as part of this unit:- Introduction to report writing and dissertation preparation.- Referencing (Harvard system through University of Canberra library on-line).- Use of technologies such as the internet for... read more
Students will be introduced to the Informatics discipline as the study of the use of information technology, particularly as applied through information systems, in conducting the work of government, business and other organisations. Students will... read more
Students will attend the Legal Clinic and assist a registered practitioner in a variety of tasks, designed to enhance the student's contextual understanding of the law and legal system through exposure to real legal problems. These tasks may include:... read more