Charles Sturt University

Graduate Certificate in Commerce

Charles Sturt University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00005F

The Graduate Certificate in Commerce is an online degree offering extensive choice and flexibility. This course lets you study whichever area of business you want to, enabling you to design a study program to meet your professional needs.

Designed for

Graduates and business personnel


32 points (4 subjects)


  • Business research
  • Commercial law
  • Dispute resolution
  • Economic analysis
  • Educational leadership
  • Finance
  • Financial planning
  • General management
  • Human resource management
  • Industrial relations
  • Information technology
  • International human resource management
  • International management
  • Management of organisation change
  • Marketing
  • Operations management
  • Public sector management
  • Strategic management
  • Strategy innovation

Standard entry requirements

  • Bachelor degree or equivalent
  • Or profession attainment and/or work experience

Study pathways

Credit may be awarded towards higher level Master programs within the Faculty of Business where appropriate. Students may receive up to 50% or two 8 point subjects worth of credit into the Graduate Certificate in Commerce for studies completed at postgraduate or equivalent level within the last 10 years. This course is also a pathway to the Master of Business Administration (MBA) for students without an undergraduate degree: students may receive credit for up to 4 subjects in the MBA course.

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Online Domestic: $13,400
International: $14,200
  • Online/Off-campus : 1 year

Fee comments

Campuses: Online.

Note that this course is offered to international students by offshore external study only.

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