Charles Sturt University

Graduate Diploma of Commerce

Charles Sturt University

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

This program provides students with an understanding of general management theory and frameworks. Students will have the opportunity to integrate learning into their workplace, to understand industry best practice through leaders, and to develop their network to achieve personal growth and career advancement.

Designed for

Those wishing to further their understanding of the management function as well as its practice in particular professional or occupational areas


64 points (8 x 8 point subjects or equivalent)


  • Conflict & Dispute Resolution
  • Finance
  • Financial Planning
  • General Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Industrial Relations
  • Information Technology
  • International Management
  • Leadership
  • Management of Organisational Change
  • Marketing
  • Operations Management
  • Public Sector Management
  • Strategic Management
  • Social Impact
  • Corporate Communications
  • Digital, Innovation & Entrepreneurship
  • Data, Management & Analytics
  • Governance Fraud & Risk

Standard entry requirements

  • Undergraduate degree or equivalent
  • Other academic and/or professional qualifications and/or work experience considered

Study pathways

Students who have completed Charles Sturt's Graduate Certificate in Business, the Graduate Diploma of Business or the Graduate Certificate in Commerce will receive full credit for the subjects studied in those programs.

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Online Domestic: $26,800
International: $31,936

Fee comments

Campuses: Online.

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

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