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Postgraduate - Area of study

Students who commenced study in 2014 should refer to this area of study entry for direction on the requirments; to check which units are currently available for enrolment, refer to the unit indexes in the the current edition of the Handbook. If you have any queries contact the managing faculty for your area of study.

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Managing facultyFaculty of Business and Economics
Campus(es)Caulfield

Notes

  • Unit codes that are not linked to their entry in the Handbook are not available for study in the current year.

Description

This area of study considers various aspects of taxation law to provide students with a strong understanding of how taxation issues may impact upon business decisions.

Units

Postgraduate Diploma in Economics and Commerce

To complete the business law and taxation major in the Postgraduate Diploma in Economics and Commerce, students must complete:

  • BTX4110 Directed studies 1
  • BTX4120 Directed studies 2
  • BTX4130 Research project
  • BTX4900 Research methods and proposal
  • one appropriate unit (6 points) offered by the Department of Business Law and Taxation, subject to approval by the course coordinator.

This unit can be identified using the browse units toolbrowse units tool (http://www.monash.edu.au/pubs/handbooks/units/search) in the current edition of the handbook. The level of the unit is indicated by the first number in the unit code; postgraduate units are those that commence with the numbers 4-5.

Contact details

Graduate Student Office

Telephone: +61 3 9903 1400

Fax: + 61 3 9903 1357

Email: buseco-postgrad@monash.edu

Relevant courses

Single courses

  • 1679 Graduate Certificate in Business
  • 3848 Graduate Diploma in Business
  • 0171 Postgraduate Diploma in Economics and Commerce
  • 3159 Master of Business Law

Double degrees

  • 4401 Master of Business (Accounting) and Master of Business Law
  • 3843 Master of Professional Accounting and Master of Business Law