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Australian Undergraduate Business Programs

  • Overview - Australian Graduate Business Schools
  • Bond University Business School
  • Griffith University Business School
  • James Cook University Business School
  • Macquarie University Business School
  • Monash University Business School
  • University of Melbourne Business School
  • University of Newcastle Business School
  • University of Queensland Business School
  • University of Sydney Business School

Macquarie University Undergraduate Business Degrees

The Faculty of Business and Econmics at Macquarie University offers an innovative, flexible and specialized mix of disciplines within the five departments of Accounting and Finance, Actuarial Studies, Business, Economics and Statistics. With more than 11,000 students coming from 69 countries, the division is the largest and most culturally diverse at Macquarie University.

Macquarie's aim is to provide its graduates with the required knowledge of local and international business and commercial environments, as well as the technical, communication and problem-solving skills necessary to fully prepare them for employment either in Australia or overseas.

Students are able to choose a general degree program, such as the Bachelor of Commerce, which offers maximum flexibility in which students can sample a number of first-year subjects before choosing an area of specialization in their second year. Alternatively, more structured programs are available, providing the accredited qualifications necessary to prepare students for future professional employment in areas such as accounting or actuarial studies.

Growing emphasis is being placed on the development of generic skills as part of students' learning experience at all levels of study. Excellence in teaching is supplemented by the inclusion, in some programs, of guest lectures by industry experts. Other business and industry contributions include student internships, prizes for achievement in individual units of study, scholarships to support students during one or more years of study, and workplace-based student assignments for assessment toward units of study.

Macquarie University Undergraduate Business, Commerce and Economics Programs
Bachelor of Actuarial Studies
Bachelor of Applied Finance
Bachelor of Business Administration
Bachelor of Business Analytics
Bachelor of Business Leadership and Commerce
Bachelor of Commerce (10 majors to choose from)
Bachelor of Commerce - Professional Accounting
Bachelor of Economics
Bachelor of Global Business
Bachelor of Marketing and Media
Plus various double/combined degrees that comprise two programs, such as
Bachelor of Applied Finance with Bachelor of Commerce - Accounting
Bachelor of Commerce with the degree of Bachelor of Science

Professional Accreditation

Professional accreditation improves your career prospects significantly. Macquarie University Business School offers a range of undergraduate degrees which are recognised by key industry bodies.

Professionally accredited courses include

  • Bachelor of Actuarial Studies
  • Bachelor of Applied Finance
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Human Resources)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Professional Accounting)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing)

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