Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00120C

The Bachelor of Commerce offers significant flexibility and diversity for students. The degree allows you to study one or more business areas of your interests, including financial and management accounting, commercial law, economics, finance, business information systems, management, marketing, international business and corporate sustainability.You will acquire the skills and knowledge to meet the challenges of a changing business environment, develop the ability to critically analyse emerging business issues, and be exposed to scholarly research in the national and global business arena. Achieving these academic and professional qualities will lead you to a wide range of business related professions and careers, or progress to more advanced studies.


The Bachelor of Commerce requires completion of 144 units, of which: A maximum of 60 units may come from completion of 1000-level coursesA minimum of 96 units must come from completion of courses on List 1 of the ANU College of Business and Economics.


  • Accounting
  • Economic studies
  • Finance
  • International business
  • Management
  • Marketing

Standard entry requirements

Completion of Australian Year 12 or equivalent. There are no formal program prerequisites. But assumed knowledge is:-ACT: Mathematical Methods (Major)/Further Mathematics/Specialist Mathematics (major)/ Specialist Methods or NSW: Mathematics or equivalent.


CPA Australia and The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia. Students who seek professional recognition are required to take prescribed courses which are in addition to the major sequence.

Study pathways

Honours year available.

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Canberra Domestic: $103,470
International: $144,105
  • ATAR: 80
  • Full-time : 3 years

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