Bachelor of Commerce / Doctor of Medicine
University of Sydney
Bachelor Degree (Pass)
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Year 12 or equivalent
This seven-year (full-time) program provides students with the opportunity to study in areas that are of particular relevance to the management and conduct of business in addition to studying Medicine. Students may choose from a range of subject fields for their major in Commerce and are required to complete certain units of study in preparation for the Doctor of Medicine.
Subjects you can Study
Accounting; Business information systems; Commercial law; Economics; Finance; Industrial relations and human resource management; International business, Management; Management decision sciences; Marketing; Medicine
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Bachelor Degree (Pass)
- Full-time internal = 7 years
Students will also be required to complete a zero-credit point subject in Medicine during the B Commerce degree, as well as three subjects in the Faculty of Science (biology, physics and chemistry) before progressing into the medical program.
Year 12 or equivalent
Assumed knowledge: HSC mathematics. Physics, chemistry or biology recommended.
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Life after Study
Accountants analyse, report and give advice about the financial dealings of organisations and individuals, and advise on associated record-keeping and compliance requirements.
Business systems analysts study the overall business and information needs of an organisation in order to develop solutions to business and related technology problems. A business systems analyst's role is usually undertaken prior to the system design, building and programming stages of the systems development process.
Economists perform economic research and analysis, and develop and apply theories relating to the production and distribution of goods and services and people's spending behaviour. Economists advise and provide forecasts to governments and businesses on matters such as taxation levels, wages and prices, employment and unemployment, imports and exports, and interest and exchange rates. They investigate international or national economic situations, or particular features such as industries or regions.
Financial dealers and brokers conduct financial market transactions on behalf of clients and offer advice on financial matters.
Human resources officers provide administration services for the recruitment and employment of staff.
Management consultants provide advisory services to organisations (public, private and not-for-profit) regarding management problems, challenges and opportunities.
Marketing officers promote a company's or client's products or services. This can involve marketing existing products, developing new products to cater for consumer demand, or developing markets for new products or services.
Medical practitioners diagnose physical and mental illnesses, disorders and injuries, and prescribe medications and treatment to promote or restore good health.
Workplace relations officers manage employment conditions and related issues. Workplace relations officers aim to encourage employees and employers to work towards effective organisational practices. They may represent industrial, commercial, union, employer or other organisations in workplace and industrial negotiations.