Graduates of the Bachelor of Business have a high level of employability due to the mix of theoretical knowledge and practical skills learnt during the course, including in-depth analysis, high-level problem solving, communication and teamwork building skills.
SKILLS YOU’LL LEARN
Demonstrate fundamental knowledge across a wide range of business disciplines.
Explain the broad economic, social, regulatory and ethical environments in which businesses operate within our global economy
Apply knowledge from various business disciplines to formulate solutions to technical business problems
OUTCOMES & FUTURE STUDIES
POSSIBLE CAREER PATHS
Graduates who successfully complete the program can expect to be employed across a diverse range of industries including events management, digital marketing and public relations.
PATHWAY TO FURTHER STUDIES
Depending on your chosen stream, program and campus, successful completion of the Bachelor of Business may qualify students for credit towards a Master’s program with Kaplan or an alternative higher education provider in Australia.
WHAT ARE OUR CURRENT AND PAST STUDENTS SAYING ABOUT US?
“I really enjoy the environment and the attention and support we receive from the lecturers – they are fantastic and really put in the time to help you.”
Bachelor of Business
|= Core Subjects|
|BUS102||Introduction to Management||Nil|
|BUS103||Accounting for Managers||Nil|
|BUS105||Business Information Systems||Nil|
|BUS109||Foundations of Academic Success 1 (Numeracy)||Nil|
|BUS110||Foundations of Academic Success 2 (English)||Nil|
|BUS111||Foundations of Academic Success 3 (Study Skills)||Nil|
|BUS114||Introduction to Economics||Nil|
* Non-accounting students are able to study BUS114 (Introduction to Economics) as a substitute for BUS104 (Economics)
^ Non-accounting students are able to study BUS109 (Numeracy) as a substitute for BUS108 (Quantitative Analysis)
|= Core Subjects|
|MAN203||Logistics and Supply Chain Management||BUS102|
|MKT201||Integrated Marketing Communications||BUS106|
|MKT202||Marketing Research Essentials||BUS106|
|ACC202||Accounting Information Systems||ACC201|
|ACC203||Financial Accounting 2||ACC201|
|ACC205||Management Accounting 1||ACC201|
|FIN201||Financial Institutions & Market||Nil|
|FIN204||Applied Investment Management||Nil|
|HAT201||Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism||BUS101|
|HAT202||Hospitality and Tourism Market||BUS101|
|HAT203||Hospitality and Tourism Management||BUS101|
|HRM201||Human Resource Management||Nil|
|BUS201||Foundations of Workplace Success||None|
|= Core Subjects|
|MKT304||Strategic Marketing (Capstone)||BUS106|
|ACC301||Accounting Theory and Continuing Issues||ACC203 & co-req ACC303|
|ACC302||Auditing and Assurance||ACC203 & co-req ACC303|
|ACC305||Management Accounting 2||ACC205|
|FIN301||Portfolio and Fund Management||FIN203|
|FIN302||Derivatives and Risk Management||FIN203|
|FIN303||Multinational Finance and Trade||FIN203|
|FIN304||Applied Corporate Strategies||FIN203 & FIN204 & FIN301 & FIN302|
|HAT301||Attraction and Event Management||BUS101|
|HAT302||Food and Beverage Management||BUS101|
|HRM303||International Human Resource Management||HRM201|
|MAN303||Innovation and Entrepreneurship||Nil|
|MAN304||Issues in International Business||Nil|
Students should review individual subject information for specific assessment details as assessment methods may vary.
RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING
Students may be eligible for credit for academic work previously completed and should apply to the School for this to be recognised as an exemption from individual subjects of study.
FEES & PREREQUISITES
Follow the link below if you are an Australian citizen or resident and would like to know more about the fees and prerequisites for this course.
Follow the link below if you are a citizen or resident of a country other than Australia and would like to know more about the fees and prerequisites for this course.