Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Bachelor of Commerce is a great choice if you want a career that requires specialist business expertise or certification: think careers such as chartered accountant, financial planner or property valuer. It’s particularly suited to people who are detail-oriented, love untangling problems or who seek mastery in subjects that interest them. Through our Commerce degree, you can hone your skills in a particular business area. Your learning experiences will be richly interactive and industry connected, using advanced technologies that develop your decision-making and leadership skills, both of which are essential in a future marketplace. The course starts with a business foundation year, where you will explore value creation in business, learn to use financial information to make informed and responsible decisions, and develop your business intelligence and analytical capabilities to interpret data in a meaningful way. Following on from this, you’ll choose one major area of business in which to specialise and gain expertise, employing learned career management theories to plan your own success. You’ll then complement your major with one of three choices from areas such as arts, science or design: a second major, two specialisations or one specialisation with four electives. This degree will grow your international business outlook and connect you with the industry. In your final year, you’ll undertake an industry work placement or work on an applied business project, applying your entrepreneurial skills, business ideas and ‘out of the box’ thinking to a real business environment. The Bachelor of Commerce can also be studied as part of a double degree with Arts, Science, Law, Engineering or Psychology, giving you even more career choices.
Detailed information about the course structure is available through official Curtin website: https://www.curtin.edu.au/study/offering/course-ug-bachelor-of-commerce--b-comrce
- In the Bachelor of Commerce, you’ll choose one business major and then compliment this with one of the following options:
- A second business major, or
- A major from the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Creative Arts, or
- Two business specialisations, or
- One Business specialisation and a non-Business specialisation, or
- One Business specialisation and electives
- Business majors: Accounting, Audit Analytics, Business Information Systems, Business Information Systems Extension, Business Law, Economics, Finance, Financial Planning, Human Resource Management, International Business, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Management, Marketing, Property Development and Valuation Extension, Property Investment and Development, Taxation, Tourism and Hospitality
- Arts or Creative Arts majors: Anthropology and Sociology, Chinese, Creative Writing, Digital and Social Media, English and Cultural Studies, Fine Art, Geography, HistoryInternational Relations, Japanese, Journalism, Korean Studies, Professional Writing and Publishing, Screen Arts, Security and Strategic Studies, Theatre Arts
Standard entry requirements
Curtin Business School is recognised as an elite global business school through accreditation by EQUIS and AACSB and through our EFMD Accredited MBA.Graduates from this course may be eligible for membership of appropriate professional bodies. See further information on the official Curtin website: https://www.curtin.edu.au/study/offering/course-ug-bachelor-of-commerce--b-comrce
Honours is available as an additional one-year course following completion of this bachelor degree.
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Campuses: Curtin Perth.
*Total indicative course fee (2024). See further information on the official Curtin website: https://www.curtin.edu.au/study/offering/course-ug-bachelor-of-commerce--b-comrce