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In a major boost to local students, Federation University Australia’s Bachelor of Applied Management program will now be available at the Wimmera Campus.
“This innovative program is intended to provide students with the skills and knowledge to equip them to manage the complexities of the contemporary workplace,” Associate Professor Bob O’Shea, Executive Dean of Federation Business School, said.
“Offered in a blended delivery mode with an online component and face to face workshops, the final year of the degree can be completed over two semesters full-time or its part-time equivalent.”
The Bachelor of Applied Management is designed to offer a pathway for vocational qualifications into a higher education degree.
“Your vocational qualifications and workplace experience could provide you with two years credit towards a Bachelor’s degree,” Associate Professor O’Shea said.
“If you’re interested in building on your previous studies we invite you to discuss the pathway options that are available.”
Three years after the launch of the roadmap to close the gap for vision, progress has been made but “much remains to be done”, according to the authors of a Perspective published online today by the Medical Journal of Australia.