A block-teaching model for commerce
The business school will, “differentiate itself within the market and offer contemporary, industry-connected and flexible study options for students” Interim PVCs Andrew Webster and Grant O’Neill tell staff.
The B Comm will be offered fast-track, with students able to take four units a semester and a four-week summer term. Each unit will take four weeks. With a course-long Professional Business Practice co-major the degree can be completed in two years. The profession practice course is, “to develop real-world industry skills and to experience practical working contexts.”
“For some academic staff, this means moving to a new teaching rhythm to deliver these revised course offerings,” O’Neill and Webster tell staff.