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Bachelor of Commerce

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  • Objectives
    The Bachelor of Commerce prepares evidence-driven, world-ready business professionals for a wide range of service. You will study a set of broad, integrated foundation units to orient you to business, and then complete one or two majors to develop depth in your chosen commerce discipline(s).
  • Entry requirements
    Recommended Prior Knowledge:

    HSC Mathematics is assumed knowledge. Students without HSC Mathematics (or equivalent) are advised to enrol in a Mathematics or Quantitative Methods unit during their first year of study. The recommended unit is ECON131 Quantitative Methods in Economics, Business and Finance , a unit which has been specifically designed for students studying in the Faculty of Business and Economics.
  • Course description
    Key Features:

    You are encouraged to combine the Bachelor of Commerce with other degrees to form double degrees or to combine the Bachelor of Commerce with Laws for a combined degree. Double degrees give you a wonderful opportunity to study a range of discipline areas. For example, a Bachelor of Commerce (with an International Business major ) and a Bachelor of Arts (with a language major) is a passport to world business. A Bachelor of Arts with a Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) gives you a deep insight into why we buy products. The Bachelor of Commerce is a flexible business degree to prepare you for a range of business careers. The degree is designed with a broad foundation year then an indepth study of one or two discipline major(s). Design a double degree to suit your interests.

    Suitable for:
    Students with an interest in marketing, human resources, international business, economics, econometrics, commercial law, finance and business.

    Accreditation:

    With the correct choice of subjects, graduates will meet the requirements for CPA and CA or ASIC accreditation.
    Major Employers:
    • Accounting and consulting firms
    • Large and small businesses
    • Business analyst firms
    • Financial institutions
    • Marketing and PR firms
    • Government organisations
    • Merchant bankers
    • Stockbrokers
    • Management consultancy firms
    Average Starting Salaries:
    Business graduates can expect competitive salaries that compare well to salaries within other fields. According to Graduate Careers Australia 2008 in NSW, the average graduate starting salary is:
    • Accounting: $46,000
    • Business: $45,000
    • Economics: $50,000
    • Law salary: $52,000
    Career Opportunities:
    • Accountant
    • Auditor
    • Chartered accountant
    • Financial analyst
    • Forensic accountant
    • Government accountant
    • HR manager
    • Investment manager
    • Marketing professional
    • Management consultant
    • Merchant banker
    • Business owner
    • Public practicioner
    • Policy analyst
    • Stockbroker
    • Superannuation consultant
    • Taxation consultant
    • Financial journalist
    • Teacher

    Majors:
    • Accounting
    • Applied Econometrics
    • Business Demographics
    • Commercial Law
    • Decision Science
    • Economics
    • Finance
    • Human Resources
    • International Business
    • Marketing

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