Graduate Certificate in Business Administration

Sheridan College

Sheridan College's Graduate Certificate of Business Administration (GradCertBA) provides education in business administration grounded in the Christian moral framework. Sheridan College's GradCertBA program celebrates innovation, creativity, entrepreneurialism, and opportunity, all of which add value to society and reflect part of our design and purpose on the earth. Sheridan College believes that GradCertBA graduates with their personal integrity based on a coherent moral worldview will be in demand in a time when business misconduct continues to make headlines.

Course Fee:

Australian: $3,000
International: $6,000

Entry Requirements:

Bachelor degree or equivalent from an Australian university or other approved provider with a credit average, and 3 years' full-time management experience. Alternative Entry: Diploma from an Australian provider or other approved provider with a credit average (or equivalent), and 5 years' relevant work experience at a management level and are assessed by the Academic Principal as being able to successfully complete the program. Applicants who do not have a credit average must submit a 1000 word statement demonstrating their suitability for the program. International students must meet English language proficiency requirements.


The College's GradCertBA is a 7-month program and comprises 4 units.

Subjects you can Study:

Accounting for Managers; Organisational Behaviour; Managerial Economics and Business Strategy; Marketing Management

Study Pathways:

Students completing the Graduate Certificate of Business Administration will receive full credit towards the Sheridan College Graduate Diploma of Business Administration.

Accepts International Students:


Provider CRICOS: 03391M

Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Aberdeen St Campus, Perth CBD No info No Full time 7 months
Aberdeen St Campus, Perth CBD No info No Part time 2 years

"Higher education for those seeking to live an extraordinary life."


Sheridan College is a not-for-profit provider of higher education, and welcomes students from all faiths or none to complete their chosen degree in collaboration with the College's academic faculty.

The faculty are dedicated to advancing their students' understanding of the body of knowledge and professional practice in their respective disciplines, and to equipping  students with the research skills to advance that knowledge for the benefit of the wider community.


Sheridan College is accredited to deliver the following programs:

  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Bachelor of Business
  • Diploma of Arts
  • Diploma of Business
  • Diploma of Science
  • Graduate Certificate of Business Administration
  • Graduate Diploma of Business Administration
  • Graduate Certificate of Education
  • Master of Education (Coursework)


Sheridan College faculty and administrative support staff are committed to your personal growth and success at College, in your career and in your personal life. 

College faculty and support staff will facilitate a range of personal capacity-building activities for students, including:

  • Assisting students towards self-understanding and self-acceptance (clarifying values, understanding abilities, interests and limitations)
  • Assisting students in considering their life goals by relating their interests, skills, abilities, and values to the world of work, and the nature and purpose of higher education
  • Assisting students to develop an educational plan consistent with their life goals and objectives
  • Assisting students in developing decision-making skills
  • Providing accurate information about College academic support policies, resources and programs
  • Referring students to external institutional or community support services. (If these external organisations charge fees, the fees are to be paid by the students accessing those services).
  • Assisting students in evaluating progress toward educational plans and life goals


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