If you're feeling the pull to explore more than one discipline, a double degree could be the right move. It is a great way to get the most out of the time you spend studying, enhance your main degree with a complementary skill set, and expand your employability in the workforce.
A double degree takes at least two years less than if you studied the two courses separately, because the required units from one course count as electives in the partner course. A typical double degree will take you four years to complete. Some double degrees may vary in length depending on their structure and requirements.
If you're set on a career in business, you may wish to consider taking two degrees within the Business School.
You can study a double degree in Business or Commerce, giving you the opportunity to expand your business skills.
You can combine a:
|Bachelor of Business with a major in:||+ with any of these degrees:|
|Bachelor of Commerce with a major in:||+ with any of these degrees:|
These degrees allow you to gain skills in different discipline areas, such as commerce and law, or business and arts. They are a great way of exploring your interests and adding business skills to your CV.
|Double degrees / Course||Bachelor of Business||Bachelor of Commerce||Bachelor of International Business||Bachelor of Marketing|
|Politics, Philosophy and Economics||B2047|