Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

University of Newcastle

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00109J

This program gives a broad understanding of Australian and global business environments, and provides business work-skills to enable students to progress in a business management career. The entrepreneurship and innovation component provides the skills required to develop entrepreneurial idea into successful new ventures, or work within existing business in a creative and innovative way.

Structure

  • 32 courses: 16 core courses comprising of 8 core first-year courses
  • 4 core second-year courses
  • 3 core third-year course (including one course that is a 20 unit course)
  • a major sequence of 6 or 7 courses, depending on discipline. Electives available from any non-restricted discipline area offered by the University.

Subjects

  • Governance, policy and political economy
  • Human resource management
  • Innovation and entrepreneurship
  • International business
  • Leadership and management
  • Marketing
  • Sports management
  • Tourism management

Standard entry requirements

  • HSC or equivalent
  • Assumed knowledge: Mathematics

Recognition

Human Resource Management major: Australian Human Resource Management Institute (AHRI); Marketing major: the Australian Marketing Institute (AMI)

Study pathways

Credit may be available to students who have studied a VET course or who have studied through another Higher Education Institution. Honours in the Bachelor of Business is available as an additional year to students who achieve a credit grade point average.

Study information

Campus Fees Entry Mid year intake Attendance
Newcastle City Precinct International: $111,220
  • ATAR: 60
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