Bachelor of Business and Commerce (BBusCom).
Bachelor of Business and Commerce/Bachelor of Communication (BBusCom/BCom).
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School of Business Orientation Majors Fair sessions (Recordings)
- Applied Economics
- Banking and Financial Management
- Business Analytics & Econometrics and Business Statistics
- Business Law and Taxation
- International Business Management & Management
- Strategic Marketing
Find specific information about our course – including detailed course outlines and guides.
Not sure how to plan out your 3 years with us? No worries! We’ve prepared examples for you right here.
You can download a Do it yourself unit planner template and try planning it yourself.
Note: Students may use this as a guide.
Keep track of the units that you will need to take to fulfil not only your major(s) but your core as well with the unit schedule.
What should I do prior to my Online Unit Enrolment?
All Monash students are provided with an IT account at the point of offer into a course. It consists of a username and password known as an Authcate Account. New students who have accepted the offer MUST register for this account prior to attempting their online enrolment. The account is used to access your Monash Portal, Allocate +, Monash Library , Web Enrolment System (WES) and all other Monash secured sites where authentication is needed.
After you have accept your offer, you should:
- Activate your Authcate Account.
- Log into WES to complete the enrolments requirements. Your authcate username, password and date of birth or name of the street in your address are required for login.
- Check that your postal address details are correct and amend if necessary.
- Register an emergency contact person.
- Complete the Enrolment Questionnaire.
Be sure to click the 'Submit' button and you will be given a transaction number for each form that you have successfully completed. If you do not receive a transaction number, you have not successfully completed the relevant form. Please note that if you did not complete the above, you will not be able to enroll.
Online Unit Enrolment
Step by step on how to enrol:
- Log into WES and click ‘I Agree’.
- Choose Bachelor of Business and Commerce (B2026) or Bachelor of Business and Commerce/Bachelor of Communication (B2027). Depending on the course that you are enrolled in.
- Ensure that you have completed the Enrolment Questionnaire (as per step 5 in What should I do prior to my Online Unit Enrolment?).
- Once you have completed that, click on ‘Area of Study’ and choose the major(s) that you are intending to do.
- This is not permanent. If you change your mind regarding your major(s), the Course Management Office will update this information when we are Course Completing you for Graduation.
- To enrol into your units, you will need to click on “Unit Enrolment”.
- Click on “To Add Units Click Here” and search for the unit by Unit Code.
- Please ensure that you choose the correct location (MALAYSIA) and the correct teaching period (ie. Semester 1, Semester 2 or October Semester).
Be sure to click the 'Submit' button and you will be given a transaction number for each form that you have successfully completed. If you do not receive a transaction number, you have not successfully completed the relevant form.
Units to Enrol in for this Semester
The following are the units that you will need to enrol yourself in for the February 2021 semester:
- ACW1120 – Financial Accounting 1 (Accounting major - core unit)
ACW1020 – Accounting in Business (Non-accounting major)
- ECW1101 – Introductory Microeconomics
- MGW1010 – Introduction to Management
- ETW1001 – Introduction to statistical analysis
Students who are not able to enrol due to late acceptance should seek advice from staff members at the Education Management Office, School of Business. Please note that the class availability will be limited by then. You will not get your first choice of preference for your class timetable.
Upon arriving at Monash University Malaysia, international students are required to report to the International Student Pass (ISP) office, located at Building 2, Level 2, counter 7.
Glossary of Terms
- Core unit - Units you must complete as part of your course. Core units usually provide a basic or broad understanding of the subject matter, with subsequent units allowing you to branch off into more specialist fields and areas that particularly appeal to you. Depending on their purpose, core units may also be referred to as gateway, cornerstone, or capstone units.
- Corequisite - A unit or requirement you have to complete or meet at the same time as you’re studying your chosen unit. For example, a final-year engineering undergraduate must enrol in ENG0001 for Continuous Professional Development (CPD). This is an example of a compulsory requirement rather than a unit, so it’s worth 0 credit points but must be completed at the specified time (other corequisites may be units and will have credit points attached).
- Course requirements - Compulsory activities may include specific units of study, industry-based experience, safety demonstrations, professional development activities, and more. To graduate, you need to complete these activities and satisfy all course requirements outlined in the Handbook for the year you started. You’ll find the course requirements on the course and areas of study pages in the Handbook.
- Free elective - A free space on your enrolment that allows you to pick any unit at Monash (if you meet the entry requirements). To take an elective, you need to satisfy any specified prerequisites, corequisites or prohibitions. Some units aren't available to all students. If you have enough free electives, you may be able to complete a minor (24 credit points) or a major (48 credit points).The Handbook lists limitations on majors and minors, including the maximum number of level one units you can complete.
- Major - Study in a single discipline to the value of 48 credit points, with no more than 12 credit points at level 1 and no less than 18 points at level 3.
- Minor - Study in a single discipline to the value of 24 credit points, with no more than 12 credit points at level 1.
- Prerequisite - A unit or other requirement you must successfully complete before you can study your chosen unit.
- Prohibition - A unit or other requirement which, if you’ve already completed it, means you won’t be allowed to study your chosen unit.