Course Description

Course Name

Evidence-Based Management

Session: VCPF3121

Hours & Credits

18 Host University Units

Prerequisites & Language Level

Taught In English

  • There is no language prerequisite for courses at this language level.


Course outline:
This course is intended to furnish students with the main intellectual skills required in the study and practice of business at all levels. The focus is on the development of
critical reasoning skills, in particular the skills involved in assessing the quality of evidence available, and efficiently communicating justified conclusions reached on the
basis of that evidence. More broadly, the course focuses on analysing and constructing logical arguments, researching problems, understanding and articulating competing
viewpoints, and forming independent judgements about contentious issues of policy and practice. The approach of the course is centred on case studies and controversies
in areas of special relevance to understanding commercial activity as occurring within particular social and political environments, and on how those environments affect
our ability to make rational decisions.

DP requirements: Submission of all coursework assignments. Achieving a weighted average of at least 40% for all coursework.

-Coursework: 50% (consisting of weekly assignments, 6 written tutorial assignments at 5% each, and 6 multiple choice questionnaires at 4% each)
-Final examination: 50%. A sub-minimum of 40% must be achieved in the final examination. First semester students who qualify are permitted to write their

*Course content subject to change