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Bachelor of Commerce

Subjects overview

Majors / Minors
11 / 11 Options available
Compulsory subject credit points
120 Essential subjects to complete
Elective subject credit points
60 To tailor your degree
Total credit points
240 Your complete degree

This program can be completed in 2 years (6 semesters)

Core Curriculum

Students must complete three (3) subjects plus the Beyond Bond Program.

Beyond Bond Program

To keep up with the ever-changing work landscape, we aim to help our students future-proof their careers by developing broader employability skills that are actively sought out by employers. Unique to our University, Beyond Bond is a compulsory professional development program with a practical, activity-based approach that is integrated into all undergraduate degrees.

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Required Subjects

Students must complete the following ninety credit points (90CP) of subjects.

Commerce Major

Students must complete one (1) of the following Majors (60CP).

General Electives

Students must choose sixty credit points (60CP) of undergraduate subjects from across the University.

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Optional Major

Students are encouraged to undertake an optional Major. This will replace sixty credit points (60CP) of elective subjects.

Optional Minor

Students are encouraged to undertake an optional Minor. This will replace forty credit points (40CP) of elective subjects.

Opportunities

Students may take advantage of the following opportunities to have an international, real-world, or internship experience, provided they meet the requirements. This would replace the equivalent credit points of electives and may incur additional costs. Please discuss this with an Enrolment and Student Engagement Officer in the Student Business Centre for more information.

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Study plan

Take the guess work out of planning your study schedule. Your program's study plan has been carefully curated to provide a clear guide on the sequential subjects to be studied in each semester of your program. Your study plan is designed around connected subject themes to equip you with the fundamental knowledge required as you progress through your course.