Bachelor of Journalism / Bachelor of Commerce

University of Wollongong

Media organisations are frequently looking for journalists who can offer specialist skills and knowledge of a particular industry. Studying commerce provides students with an understanding of the commercial environment and includes insights into areas such as management and operations. This degree encompasses aspects of marketing, accounting, economics and finance, building well-developed analytical and interpersonal skills, and high levels of literacy and numeracy. Combining Journalism and Commerce allows students to present information pertinent to business and organisational change in a compelling format to a range of different audiences. Students will be able to analyse and interpret economic theories and critical commercial information while engaging their audience.

Course Fee:


International: $126,792

Entry Requirements:

Year 12 or equivalent; any 2 units of English; written submission explaining their decision to pursue a career in Journalism (max 200 words); entry examination

Structure:

Subject areas include broadcast journalism, design, online journalism, photojournalism and print journalism.

Subjects you can Study:

Accountancy; Business law; Economics; Finance; Financial planning; Human resource management; International business; Journalism; Management; Marketing; Public relations; Supply chain management

Study Pathways:

Honours: Available as an additional year (or part-time equivalent) to meritorious students.

Recognition:

Professional recognition: Depending on subject selection, accredited by CPA Australia, Australian Institute of Chartered Accountants, Australian Computer Society, Australian Human Resources Institute, Financial Planning Association, Chartered Institute of Transport and Logistics.

Accepts International Students:

Yes

Provider CRICOS: 00102E

Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Wollongong 75 No Full time 4.5 years
Wollongong 75 No Part time 9 years

Undergraduate

The Faculty of Business at UOW is renowned for producing graduates with well-developed analytical and interpersonal skills, ethical business decision-making knowledge, and a thorough grounding in the theory and practical application of their chosen business study area. We develop students into professionals, managers and business leaders who work in a myriad of different sectors, both nationally and globally.

Our courses are delivered at our Wollongong, Sydney CBD, Southern Sydney, Sydney city, Batemans Bay, Bega, Southern Highlands and Shoalhaven campuses.

Our degrees offer students maximum flexibility, with specialisations in the areas of accountancy, business innovation, business law, economics, finance, financial planning, human resource management, international business, international economics, management, marketing, public relations, quantitative analysis in economics and supply chain management. There are also three specialised degrees combined with TAFE study in tourism, events and hospitality.

Studying a business degree will also give you the opportunity to study abroad for six months. UOW partners with more than 100 overseas educational institutions, which you can choose from when selecting a study destination.

From our Sydney CBD campus, we offer the Bachelor of Accounting and Financial Services. This program has an exclusive intake of 40 students each year. The small class sizes allow for maximum learning, industry projects and development opportunities where you will connect with firms and businesses directly related to your degree.

Postgraduate

The Sydney Business School is the graduate school of the Faculty of Business and offers high quality postgraduate business programs at the Sydney CBD Campus located at Circular Quay in Sydney, and UOW’s main campus in Wollongong. The Sydney Business School’s MBA program has been ranked No. 1 in Australia and No. 2 in the Global Top 20 MBAs by the London-based CEO Magazine in 2015.

Our postgraduate programs are designed for individuals seeking to deepen or expand expertise, build professional excellence or enhance their leadership capabilities. They are informed by research, structured on applied outcomes, recognised by industry, delivered by highly qualified and industry-experienced academics and supported through additional specialised student learning and development resources. Programs range from graduate certificates and specialised master degrees to our high-quality MBA and EMBA programs.

Our strong links with industry, business and government ensures our programs reflect both industry and student needs.

Our student body is made up of citizens from around the world and our alumni and partners are spread across the globe. Nurturing this diversity and staying connected across the time zones is important to us. We work with our students, alumni and partners to enhance both collaborations and cultural appreciation.

Research

In addition to specialised coursework programs, the Faculty of Business offers opportunities to undertake postgraduate research, including masters by research, a Master of Business Research, a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Integrated or a Doctor of Business Administration.

For more information about our faculty and our degrees, visit business.uow.edu.au 

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