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Join the microcredential Environmental Cost-Benefit Analysis in Business
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This free open course offered a taste of studying with Deakin University, a five-star-rated university renowned for world-class teaching and innovation.

If you are interested in working towards a university qualification, join our credit-bearing stackable short course Environmental Cost-Benefit Analysis in Business.

This microcredential is designed to take you further and deeper with environmental cost-benefit analysis. It will show you how to use the methodology to support your decision making in business. By completing this free open course, you will have already completed the first week of the Environmental Cost-Benefit Analysis in Business microcredential.

Skills for now, credit for later

Microcredentials are the ideal way to fill a knowledge gap in your current role, develop a specific set of skills, or gradually strengthen your expertise. Upskill fast and build credit towards your longer-term career and study goals on a timeline that suits you. You will earn half a credit point towards a postgraduate degree at Deakin.

To learn more about microcredentials at Deakin University, visit the stackable short courses webpage or speak with a Future Student Adviser.

Learn with experts

Our courses are led by passionate educators, informed by our active industry connections and offer excellent workplace learning opportunities. By joining Environmental Cost-Benefit Analysis in Business you will have the opportunity to engage directly with experts working in the field.

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By joining the microcredential you will also gain access to the Deakin University Library and its resources, including tools, study techniques and guidance.

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Enrol in joining Environmental Cost-Benefit Analysis in Business now and continue learning with Deakin University.

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