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Honestly this is a pretty rubbish subject. We were made to buy the brand new VERY expensive edition of the textbook (which turned out to be fairly useless and poorly structured) and was funnily enough written by one of our lecturers (... fighting for royalties basically). This subject has way too much content to be productive and worst of all you are made to do a group essay (at least 6 people in each group) which while this was a highly interesting exercise of ~managing people~ it was probably the most terrible choice of medium for a group assignment. It was quite literally a hot mess. Be prepared to struggle through and endlessly complain about this subject. Just know that it does get better, and UTS subjects are not all as horrendous as this one. Good luck.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

It's an essay based subject, if you like essays and find them easy, it'll be easy. And vice versa.

Anonymous, Spring session, 2017

This subject is surprisingly difficult. It is the sort of subject you would expect to be a "fluff" subject, as a lot of it is common-sense stuff, however they expect sophisticated answers in tutorials and have very high standards for the essays. Definitely an interesting one, but don't underestimate it!

Anonymous, Autumn session, 2018

The subject's content is interesting, particularly if general knowledge from Wikipedia teaches you new things. Learning how to write concisely and effectively is important to both a group and individual essay to be done. Its important to be consistent throughout in application, otherwise achieving high marks is nigh impossible.

Anonymous, Spring session, 2017

The subject was ok, quite dry. There were a lot of readings! You literally can finish the final exam in just 30 minutes, they are all MTQs and very easy. Make sure to practice the MTQs online (there was a link for these tests, ask your tutor or lecturer). Just need to focus on your individual assignments and the group work and all the remainings are easily scored.

Anonymous, Spring session, 2017

So much based on just common sense, the exam is 40 multiple choice questions that anyone who was able to complete high school could probably pass - the readings are interesting but they are let down by the unproductive tutorial structure - you could just buy the textbook and pretty well pass based off that and the readings

Anonymous, Spring session, 2016

Content is okay. Lecturer is okay. Group assignment (though 400 word summary for probably 1500 words of content is pushing it) is okay MPO is okay.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

This is my favourite subject so far in first year business. Theres a massive amount of readings every week, however, most of the required and suggested readings are very interesting. The lectures are good at explaining concepts, however, they could improve in a few areas. Assessment wise, you will have to produce the highest standard essay you have ever written. It is imperative that you learn how to write, read and think critically in this subject in order to achieve a minimum of a distinction mark. Overall a very good and interesting subject that has business and minimal amounts of science (social psychology) content.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Probably my favourite subject. Great content which if you get very deep into it is genuinely interesting. Requires 2 essays which need to be of the highest standard you have ever produced in your life. Spin off is there is no group assignments

Anonymous, Autumn session, 2016

Not recommended for non-English background students.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015