Bachelor of Business

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  • Objectives
    This course prepares students for entry-level employment and future managerial positions. It develops understanding of, and proficiency in, the principles of business required in a variety of commercial, industrial and service organisations including agencies across all levels of government, and a variety of non-profit bodies. Major areas of study include accounting, financial services, human resource management, information systems and marketing.
  • Entry requirements
    Queensland Prerequisites: English (4,SA) New South Wales Assumed knowledge: Mathematics (any). Prerequisites: For Accounting and Financial Service majors: Mathematics (Performance Bands 3-6). Victoria Prerequisites: Units 3 and 4 – a study score of at least 25 in English (any) and in Mathematics (any).
  • Academic title
    Bachelor of Business
  • Course description
    The Bachelor of Business has a common first year undertaken by all students which introduces the various major fields of study. Students select their majors from second year. In keeping with the Mission of the University, several units within the degree focus on business ethics and personal values of the individual in a workplace setting. One compulsory unit of Professional Industry Experience is also incorporated in the degree. The Professional Industry Experience gained over the three years is designed to assist students to link their studies to the 'real world' of work, and to assist in gaining career employment on graduation.

    Major                                             Brisbane             North Sydney         Melbourne
    Accounting                                       available            available              available
    Financial Services                             not available      available             not available
    Human Resource Management        available             available             available
    Information Systems                        available            available             not available
    Marketing                                         available            available             available

    Hospitality Management (for articulating students only)     Credit for a major is granted for the National Training Information Service (NTIS) Hospitality Training Package THH60202 from an accredited RTO
    Tourism (for articulating students only)     Credit for a major is granted for the National Training Information Service (NTIS) Tourism Training Package THT60102 from an accredited RTO

    Professional Recognition

    The Bachelor of Business has accreditation with the following professional organisations according to the majors completed:
    Accounting (including the unit BAFN200 Principles of Finance)

        * CPA Australia (NSW, Vic)
        * Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (Qld, NSW, Vic)

    Human Resource Management

        * Australian Human Resources Institute
        * Australian Institute of Management


        * Australian Marketing Institute (NSW and Qld)

    Information Systems

        * Australian Computer Society (provisional)

    Career Opportunities

    Graduate career options arise in both the private and public sectors and cover a wide range of occupations:

        * Accounting firms
        * Advertising
        * Computer hardware and software
        * Employment relations
        * Financial management
        * Human resource management
        * International trade and investment
        * Marketing management
        * Marketing research
        * Personal investment
        * Policy administration
        * Retailing and wholesaling

    Pathways to further study

    An honours degree is available for high-achieving students.

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