Course outlines

The School of Social Sciences offers a suite of innovative courses in disciplines such as politics and international relations, social sciences, social work, development studies and sociology.

Competitive Analysis identifies and evaluates the business strategies of your competitors, resulting in the analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) for your product relative to the competitors’ in a business ecosystem. Further analysis may provide an insight to your product strategy. The analysis is often conducted in the early stages of product development. As the dynamics of products in the ecosystem change rapidly, many companies have embraced agile competitive analysis as a part of their product strategy.

If you are majoring in another discipline, our courses can be taken for general education or a free elective.

The following course outlines will give you a sense of the key questions, issues and debates tackled in each course, along with their aims, learning outcomes and assessments. These course outlines are indicative of course content, and please note that the official course outlines are available through Moodle to enrolled students.