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MGMT 300

: Management in Dynamic Contexts
2022 Semester One (1223)
Explore and reflect on the realities of management theory and practice through critically examining management challenges, from small entrepreneurial firms to large corporations.
Subject: Management
Prerequisite: BUSINESS 200 or MGMT 202 or MGMT 211 or ENGGEN 302 or ENGGEN 303 or SCIGEN 201
Restriction: MGMT 301
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MGMT 300

: Management in Dynamic Contexts
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Explore and reflect on the realities of management theory and practice through critically examining management challenges, from small entrepreneurial firms to large corporations.
Subject: Management
Prerequisite: BUSINESS 200 or MGMT 202 or MGMT 211 or ENGGEN 302 or ENGGEN 303 or SCIGEN 201
Restriction: MGMT 301
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MGMT 300

: Management in Dynamic Contexts
2021 Semester One (1213)
Explore and reflect on the realities of management theory and practice through critically examining management challenges, from small entrepreneurial firms to large corporations.
Subject: Management
Prerequisite: BUSINESS 200 or MGMT 202 or MGMT 211 or ENGGEN 302 or ENGGEN 303 or SCIGEN 201
Restriction: MGMT 301
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MGMT 300

: Management in Dynamic Contexts
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Explore and reflect on the realities of management theory and practice through critically examining management challenges, from small entrepreneurial firms to large corporations.
Subject: Management
Prerequisite: BUSINESS 200 or MGMT 202 or MGMT 211 or ENGGEN 302 or ENGGEN 303 or SCIGEN 201
Restriction: MGMT 301
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MGMT 300

: Management in Dynamic Contexts
2020 Semester One (1203)
Explore and reflect on the realities of management theory and practice through critically examining management challenges, from small entrepreneurial firms to large corporations.
Subject: Management
Prerequisite: BUSINESS 200 or MGMT 202 or MGMT 211 or ENGGEN 302 or ENGGEN 303 or SCIGEN 201
Restriction: MGMT 301
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MGMT 300

: Management in Dynamic Contexts
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Explore and reflect on the realities of management theory and practice through critically examining management challenges, from small entrepreneurial firms to large corporations.
Subject: Management
Prerequisite: BUSINESS 200 or MGMT 202 or MGMT 211 or ENGGEN 302 or ENGGEN 303 or SCIGEN 201
Restriction: MGMT 301

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