Web Content Display (Global)

Business and Enterprise

Students learn about the successful management of business and enterprise in personal, business, and social contexts, on a local, national, and global scale. They gain knowledge and understanding of business operations, develop financial and technological skills, participate in planning, developing, and controlling business activities, and evaluate decisions on business practices.

Students assess the impact and effects of business, enterprise, and technology on the economy, environment, and the well-being and lifestyle of individuals and communities.

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Announcements

  • Teachers, Coordinators

    In 2018, several subjects are being submitted online for marking and moderation.

    For a complete list, see Subjects for online submission.

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    Ancient Studies Australian Languages Business and Enterprise Community Studies Cross-disciplinary Studies English English Literary Studies Essential English Health Indonesian (continuers) Media Studies Music Technology Philosophy Religion Studies Research Project Workplace Practices
  • Teachers, Coordinators

    From 2018, Stage 2 pre-approved and school-developed learning and assessment plans (LAPs) are not submitted to the SACE Board for approval.

    Learn more about learning and assessment plans or find subject LAPs through the subject search.

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Web Content Display (Global)

Subject codes

Stage 1
Credits Code
10 1BUE10
20 1BUE20
Stage 2
Credits Code
10 2BUE10
20 2BUE20

Web Content Display (Global)

Contact

Nicole Leary

SACE Officer — Curriculum and Assessment
+61 8 8115 4834
nicole.leary@sa.gov.au