In 2022, 103 units directly related to SDG8 were offered across Monash University, with a total enrolment of 6,759 individual students.

The units highlighted below are a small sample of the units at Monash relating to decent work and economic growth:

Understanding the regulation that applies to modern workplaces equips managers, decision-makers and board members to address statutory duties and exposure to personal liability, including in work health and safety, whistleblowing and labour law.

Through unit BTF5115 From Ride Share to Ride Fair, the Monash Business School introduces students to the regulation that applies in modern workplaces and examines compliance, ethical and risk challenges that commonly arise. Industry experts provide commentary and insights; real-world case studies are used to illustrate the practical, strategic and ethical implications that commonly arise from the regulatory concepts discussed; and novel regulatory innovations, designed to respond to the rapidly changing world of work, are critically explored.

Digital disruption is one of the most pressing challenges confronting contemporary societies, forcing societies and governments to develop different policies, strategies and frameworks to accommodate innovations while attempting to preserve values and social inclusion.

The Faculty of Education unit AMU3580 Digital Society: Engaging with the World brings together digital literacy skills and academic analysis of the impacts of digital media to examine the implications of networked communication, exploring the approaches taken, initiatives attempted and strategies developed by nations, corporations and professional associations to maintain sustainable communities in a rapidly changing digital society.