This suite of courses provides an integrated program of knowledge, theories, skills development, personal development, and practical professional experience. It provides opportunities for students to practice their skills, and test their understanding of disciplinary material. It also offers them an opportunity to display their problem-solving and leadership skills, and investigate ethical issues taking into account diverse cultures, histories, lifestyles and contexts. This flexible, work-ready degree can lead you to many exciting and rewarding careers in business. FlexibleStudents embarking on the Bachelor of Commerce undertake 8 business foundation units and one major of 8 units. You will then undertake an Indigenous Business Studies minor of 4 units plus an Accounting minor (for professional accreditation) of 4 units or 4 units of electives (free choices) for the remaining units. Bachelor of Commerce Study OptionsCore Units:All students undertaking the Bachelor of Commerce must study the 6 business foundation units, as follows:Introduction to Accounting OR Money MattersCommunity Engagement: Building Strengths and Capabilities (includes internship with a not-for-profit organisation)Working with Diversity and Conflict Or Professional ExperienceManaging People and OrganisationsManaging MarketsWorking with Technology
Plus University Core Units:Self and Community: Exploring the anatomy of modern societyUnderstanding Self and Society: Contemporary PerspectivesUnit Majors:You can study either of the following majors:AccountingManagementOther Units:You will also study an additional 8 units including the Indigenous Business Studies minor of 4 units and either the Accounting minor (for professional accreditation) of 4 units or 4 units of electives (from any ACU faculty). Minors:You can choose to study from the following minors:Accounting (for professional accreditation)Data AnalyticsEntrepreneurshipEvent ManagementFinanceHuman Resource ManagementHuman Resource Management (for professional accreditation)International BusinessManagementMarketingOccupational Health Safety and EnvironmentApproved minors from other faculties, including international studies of 4 unitsYou will gain valuable practical experience through professional placements within not-for-profit organisations in your second year of study followed by the opportunity for further professional experience in a business-related field in your third year, making you job ready upon graduation.
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