Specialist vs Comprehensive courses
Our specialist degrees are a good option if you are already sure you know what you want to study, or if you have a specific career goal in your sights. These courses are designed to ensure you have the right combination of skills needed for your professional field.
Comprehensive degrees are a great choice if you're not sure what you want to do as you get to explore a range of different areas before choosing a major. They give you a broad business or commerce base, and provide you with more freedom to tailor your degree based on your interests as they develop.
With a specialist course, you'll take 11 or 12 units in your specialist area which means you can spend more of your studies in one area to start building a specific skill set from your first day.
The great thing about a specialist degree is that they're specifically designed to ensure that you meet any accreditation requirements, while giving you flexibility to do other things within your degree. With a specialist degree you can still study abroad or even complete an industry placement.
Our comprehensive courses are made up of core units, a major and a number of elective units. The great thing about elective units is that you can use them to study abroad, go on a study tour, complete an industry placement project, or even take up a second major from within the Business School or from another faculty.
Bachelor of Business
How are brands built? What causes stock markets to soar (and slide)? Why do some businesses boom and others fail? And why are smashed avocados more expensive in Melbourne than Hobart?
Bachelor of Business Administration
Uber. Boost. Deliveroo. If these companies have taught us anything, it’s that entrepreneurial flair mixed with practical skill can turn a great idea into a booming business.
Bachelor of Commerce
The desire to trade what we have for what we want has shaped how people and nations have interacted for millennia. Join the brilliant minds of the commercial world – the people taking an analytical approach to problem-solving, and influencing change.