Undergrad School of Business : 2012
Overview The four-year full-time (or equivalent part-time) Bachelor of Commerce (Liberal Studies) enables you to choose up to three majors (areas of specialisation) and more elective units than you would be able to complete in a three-year program. If you are considering a wide variety of careers after graduation, this program will appeal. It o ers the exibility of subject choice right from your very rst day, and keeps many options open throughout the course. You'll have boundless opportunities to explore an array of interests in business, as well as in the humanities and sciences. Employers often look for graduates with pro ciency in more than one area of expertise, so the high-level skills in critical thinking and decision making that you will acquire from this degree will set you apart in an increasingly competitive employment market. Whatever your career choice, this course will enhance your perspective on the ever-changing business landscape by combining your studies in commerce with your interests in the arts and sciences. KEY FEATURES -- A unique, customised degree with breadth and exibility, that is recognised as a prestigious quali cation both in Australia and abroad. -- An opportunity to develop enhanced communication skills and an unrivalled depth of knowledge. -- A rich learning environment comprising an elite group of high-achieving students with a diverse range of interests. Majors available You must complete two majors. Your rst major must be chosen from the following: -- accounting -- commercial law -- econometrics -- economics -- nance -- industrial relations and human resource management -- international business -- management -- marketing. Your second major may be chosen from the list above or from the following: -- agricultural economics -- business information systems -- computer science -- nancial mathematics -- government and international relations -- mathematics -- political economy -- operations management and decision sciences. Subject to course requirements, you may also take additional majors or elective units from the Business School or from the faculties of: Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources; Arts and Social Sciences; Education and Social Work; or Science. COMMERCE LIBERAL STUDIES Choose your own adventure with the Bachelor of Commerce (Liberal Studies). This exclusive, highly exible program allows you to bene t from the professional skills and accreditations of the Bachelor of Commerce while extending your intellectual boundaries.