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Bachelor of Business (BBCM) - BBus

QTAC code (Australian and New Zealand applicants): Toowoomba campus: 904501; Online: 904505; Springfield campus: 924501

CRICOS code (International applicants): 092182E

 On-campus*Online
Start:Semester 1 (February)
Semester 2 (July)
Semester 3 (November)
Semester 1 (February)
Semester 2 (July)
Semester 3 (November)
Campus:Springfield, Toowoomba -
Fees:Commonwealth supported place
Domestic full fee paying place
International full fee paying place
Commonwealth supported place
Domestic full fee paying place
International full fee paying place
Standard duration:3 years full-time, up to 6 years part-time 

Notes

Students can commence study at Toowoomba campus in semester 1 or semester 2. Students can commence study at Springfield campus or online in semester 1, semester 2 or semester 3.
There is no semester 3 intake for international on-campus students.

Footnotes
*Not all majors and minors are fully available at all campuses.

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Freecall (within Australia): 1800 269 500
Phone (from outside Australia): +61 7 4631 5315
Email: study@usq.edu.au  
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Professional accreditation

Accounting major and Accounting (Extended) major graduates will meet the educational entrance requirements of CPA Australia and Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ). This provides Associate membership of CPA Australia, eligibility to study the CPA Australia professional exams and eligibility to study the CAANZ professional exams.

The Accounting major and Accounting (Extended) major are accredited by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) and the Association of International Accountants (AIA).

Successful completion of the Accounting major and Accounting (Extended) major can qualify students for exemptions from the Fundamental level (9 papers) of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) exams.

Accounting major and Accounting (Extended) major students who complete a Finance minor will meet the educational entrance requirements of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA).

Students who wish to be registered tax agents must complete the Accounting (Extended) major and complete LAW3444 Competition and Consumer Law as an elective in order to meet the educational entrance requirements of the Tax Practitioners Board.

Finance major graduates will meet the educational entrance requirements to become a member of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA).

The Human Resource Management major is accredited by the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) and satisfies the educational requirements for professional membership of AHRI.

The Marketing major is accredited by the Australian Marketing Institute (AMI), and students are eligible for credit towards becoming a Certified Practising Marketer (CPM) upon completion.

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Program aims

The Bachelor of Business is a professionally-oriented degree program. The aim of the program is to produce graduates who are equipped to identify, describe, analyse and resolve business problems in both the public and private sectors. Successful completion of the program will equip graduates with the skills and knowledge required to undertake employment in relevant professions.

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Program objectives

Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:

  1. synthesise business knowledge, disciplinary concepts, theories, principles and processes

  2. think critically, constructively and logically about business-related issues, problems and theoretical debates

  3. communicate clearly and concisely in presenting relevant knowledge and ideas to a range of audiences

  4. apply business-related knowledge and technical skills to resolve problems and make ethical decisions across a range of institutional, national and global contexts

  5. use initiative, creativity and judgement to plan and implement professional projects

  6. work autonomously and collaboratively as part of ongoing learning and professional practice.


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Australian Qualifications Framework

The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) is a single national, comprehensive system of qualifications offered by higher education institutions (including universities), vocational education and training institutions and secondary schools. Each AQF qualification has a set of descriptors which define the type and complexity of knowledge, skills and application of knowledge and skills that a graduate who has been awarded that qualification has attained, and the typical volume of learning associated with that qualification type.

This program is at AQF Qualification Level 07. Graduates at this level will have broad and coherent knowledge and skills for professional work and/or further learning.

The full set of levels criteria and qualification type descriptors can be found by visiting www.aqf.edu.au.

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Program Information Set

View USQ’s admission criteria, student profiles and a summary of all offers made under Course Admission Information Set via the QTAC website.

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Admission requirements

To be eligible for admission, applicants must satisfy the following requirements:

  • Have achieved a minimum Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) of 62.7, or equivalent qualification.^
  • English Language Proficiency requirements for Category 2.


Applicants are advised to also address the following:

  • Assumed Knowledge expectations: English (Units 3 & 4, C) and General Mathematics (Units 3 & 4, C).


All students are required to satisfy the applicable English language requirements.

If students do not meet the English language requirements they may apply to study a University-approved English language program. On successful completion of the English language program, students may be admitted to an award program.

^

These are determined by the University for specific programs each Semester. The 2021 ATAR and tertiary entrance ranks are based on agreed QTAC schedules which assess formal study at Year 12 or equivalent level, tertiary, preparatory, professional or vocational qualifications or work experience, as detailed in the QTAC Assessment of Qualifications Manual and QTAC Assessor Guidelines.

Adjustment factors may help you get into the program of your choice by increasing your entrance rank. The additional points don't apply to all applicants or all programs. Please read the information about USQ's Adjustment Factors carefully to find out what you may be eligible for.

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Program fees

Commonwealth supported place

A Commonwealth supported place is where the Australian Government makes a contribution towards the cost of a students' higher education and students pay a student contribution amount, which varies depending on the courses undertaken. Students are able to calculate the fees for a particular course via the Course Fee Finder.

Commonwealth Supported students may be eligible to defer their fees through a Government loan called HECS-HELP.

Domestic full fee paying place

Domestic full fee paying places are funded entirely through the full fees paid by the student. Full fees vary depending on the courses that are taken. Students are able to calculate the fees for a particular course via the Course Fee Finder.

Domestic full fee paying students may be eligible to defer their fees through a Government loan called FEE-HELP provided they meet the residency and citizenship requirements.

Australian citizens, Permanent Humanitarian Visa holders, Permanent Resident visa holders and New Zealand citizens who will be resident outside Australia for the duration of their program pay full tuition fees and are not eligible for FEE-Help.

International full fee paying place

International students pay full fees. Full fees vary depending on the courses that are taken and whether they are studied on-campus, via distance education/online. Students are able to calculate the fees for a particular course via the Course Fee Finder.

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Program structure

The Bachelor of Business comprises 24 single-unit courses as indicated in the table below. Students are not permitted to complete more than ten (10) Level 1 courses as part of the program.

Area of study  Number of units 
Core courses  8 units 
8–unit major (select one):
  • Accounting

  • Business Administration

  • Business Economics

  • Finance

  • Human Resource Management

  • Management and Leadership

  • Marketing


plus one of the following:
  • second major (8 units) or

  • 2 x 4-unit minors or

  • 1 x 4-unit minor and 4 elective courses.



OR 12-unit major
  • Accounting (Extended)


plus one of the following:
  • 1 x 4-unit minor or

  • 4 elective courses.



 
16 units 
Total  24 units 

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Required time limits

The standard duration for completion of this program is 3 years full-time or 6 years part-time. Students have a maximum of 9 years to complete this program.

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Core courses

Course  Semester of offer
Online 
Semester of offer
Toowoomba campus 
Semester of offer
Springfield campus 
ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-Making  1, 2, 3  1, 2  1, 2 
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts  1, 2, 3  1, 2  1, 2, 3 
ECO1000 Economics  1, 2, 3  1, 2 
FIN1101 Introduction to Corporate Finance  1, 2, 3  1, 2 
LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law  1, 2, 3  1, 2  1, 2 
MGT1000 Organisational Behaviour  1, 2, 3  1   1  
MKT1001 Introduction to Marketing  1, 2, 3 
STA1003 Fundamental Statistics   1, 2, 3  1, 2 

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Major studies

A major study is a set of courses that make up a coherent, in-depth study of a specific discipline. Bachelor of Business majors comprise 8 or 16 units. All students in the Bachelor of Business must complete at least one major study selected from those offered within the Bachelor of Business:

8-unit majors:

  • Accounting

  • Business Administration

  • Business Economics

  • Finance

  • Human Resource Management

  • Management and Leadership

  • Marketing


12-unit major:

  • Accounting (Extended)


16-unit majors:

Double major studies

Students may choose to complete a second major from the Bachelor of Business, or from the undergraduate degree programs in another area at the University of Southern Queensland. A program in which there is a first and second major is known as a 'double major'.

For example, students may undertake a second major from the Bachelor of Arts or the Bachelor of Communication and Media . Examples of second majors include Advertising, International Relations, Journalism or Public Relations. Where a student is required to do one or more core courses from that program to satisfy prerequisites for the proposed major, the core course/s may form part of that major, and be substituted for one of the courses in the major.

Where a second major from another area contains fewer than 8 units, students must complete extra elective units, chosen from undergraduate courses offered at the University of Southern Queensland to ensure that their program contains 24 units in total.

Specific majors

In this section:

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Important notes

Students wishing to undertake PWE3000 Professional Work Experience as an elective must have successfully completed a minimum of 16 units in their program of study. Students considering enrolling in PWE3000 should read the information and conditions contained in the course specification.

PWE3000 is not available to international students regardless of location or mode of study as it is an elective course. Australian regulations do not allow an elective work-based training course that is not a mandatory program requirement to be offered to international students.

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Accounting major

The Accounting major provides students with a broad knowledge base in financial accounting, management accounting, business law and finance. Second majors or minors are available in a range of business, commerce and arts areas.

Accounting major graduates will meet the educational entrance requirements of CPA Australia and Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ). This provides Associate membership of CPA Australia, eligibility to study the CPA Australia professional exams and eligibility to study the CAANZ professional exams.

Successful completion of the Accounting major can qualify students for exemptions from the Fundamental level (9 papers) of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) exams.

Accounting major students who complete a Finance minor will meet the educational entrance requirements of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA).

Course  Semester of offer
Online 
Semester of offer
Toowoomba campus 
Semester of offer
Springfield campus 
Level 1 
ACC1105 Accounting Principles #  1, 2, 3 
Level 2 
ACC2102 Financial Accounting^Ʊ  1, 2 
ACC2113 Management Accounting I  1, 2 
ACC2115 Company Accounting (Formerly ACC3115)  1, 2, 3 
Level 3 
ACC3116 Accounting and Society  1, 2 
ACC3118 Auditing  1, 2 
LAW3130 Revenue Law and Practice AƱƱ  1, 2, 3 
ACC3300 Accounting Major Capstone*  1, 2     

Footnotes
#Students who have successfully completed ACC3101 Accounting Information Systems should not complete ACC1105 Accounting Principles.
^Students who have successfully completed ACC1102 Financial Accounting should not complete ACC2102 Financial Accounting.
ƱS1 offer at Springfield is not available in 2022
ƱƱS1 offer at Ipswich is not available in 2022
*Students who have completed LAW1101 as a Core Course will need to complete LAW2106 by cross-institutional study. Enrolment into ACC3300 Accounting Major Capstone is not required for these students. However, this course can be completed as an elective, subject to meeting pre-requisite requirements.

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Accounting (Extended) major

The Accounting (Extended) major provides students with a broad knowledge base in financial accounting, management accounting, business law and finance. Minors are available in a range of business, commerce and arts areas.

Accounting (Extended) major graduates will meet the educational entrance requirements of CPA Australia and Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ). This provides Associate membership of CPA Australia, eligibility to study the CPA Australia professional exams and eligibility to study the CAANZ professional exams.

Successful completion of the Accounting (Extended) major can qualify students for exemptions from the Fundamental level (9 papers) of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) exams.

Accounting (Extended) major students who complete a Finance minor will meet the educational entrance requirements of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA).

Students who wish to be registered tax agents must complete the Accounting (Extended) major and complete LAW3444 Competition and Consumer Law as an elective in order to meet the educational entrance requirements of the Tax Practitioners Board.

Course  Semester of offer
Online 
Semester of offer
Toowoomba campus 
Semester of offer
Springfield campus 
Level 1 
ACC1105 Accounting Principles #  1, 2, 3 
Level 2 
ACC2102 Financial Accounting^Ʊ  1, 2 
ACC2113 Management Accounting I  1, 2 
ACC2115 Company Accounting (Formerly ACC3115)  1, 2, 3 
LAW2500 Commercial Property Law+     
Level 3 
ACC3114 Management Accounting II     
ACC3116 Accounting and Society  1, 2 
ACC3118 Auditing  1, 2 
ACC3210 Analysis of Corporate Reporting     
LAW3130 Revenue Law and Practice AƱƱ  1, 2, 3 
LAW3131 Revenue Law and Practice B     
ACC3300 Accounting Major Capstone*  1, 2     

Footnotes
#Students who have successfully completed ACC3101 Accounting Information Systems should not complete ACC1105 Accounting Principles.
^Students who have successfully completed ACC1102 Financial Accounting should not complete ACC2102 Financial Accounting.
ƱS1 offer at Springfield is not available in 2022
+To meet the educational entrance requirements of the Tax Practitioners Board you must complete two tax courses (LAW3130 Revenue Law and Practice and LAW3131 Revenue Law and Practice II) and three law courses (LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law, LAW2500 Commercial Property Law and LAW3444 Competition and Consumer Law. LAW3444 Competition and Consumer Law must be completed as an Elective.
ƱƱS1 offer at Ipswich is not available in 2022
*Students who have completed LAW1101 as a Core Course will need to complete LAW2106 by cross-institutional study. Enrolment into ACC3300 Accounting Major Capstone is not required for these students. However, this course can be completed as an elective, subject to meeting pre-requisite requirements.

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Business Administration major

This Business Administration major equips students with an understanding of how organisations operate in different environmental contexts, both private and public, and with administrative management skills. It exposes students to a wide range of issues and challenges faced by managers as they strive to make organisations more successful and sustainable, and become responsible stakeholders in society. Students develop relevant conceptual, analytical, functional, and operational capabilities to equip them to confidently address a range of organisational and managerial challenges in contemporary organisations.

Course  Semester of offer
Online 
Semester of offer
Toowoomba campus 
Semester of offer
Springfield campus 
Level 1 
CIS1101 Business Online   2, 3 
Level 2 
MGT2001 Risk Mitigation, Work Health and Safety 
MGT2002 Perspectives of Organisation  2, 3 
MGT2204 Business Ethics and Governance  1, 3   
Level 3 
MGT3005 Workforce Design^ 
MGT3007 Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning~     
MGT3201 Organisational Administration      
MGT3203 Project Management Processes#  2, 3 

Footnotes
^Students who have successfully completed MGT2000 Staffing and Remuneration or MGT2000 Workforce Design should not complete MGT3005 Workforce Design.
~Students who have successfully completed MGT2008 Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning or MGT3200 Information Management should not complete MGT3007 Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning.
#Students who have successfully completed MGT2203 Project Management Fundamentals should not complete MGT3203 Project Management Processes.

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Business Economics major

Business economics is concerned with how managers utilise resources efficiently in achieving the firm’s goals. This includes the use of labour, capital, materials and energy within the firm, and the firm’s relationship with consumers and with government. This major provides students with skills to apply economic analysis in business and management contexts and is a good complement to majors and minors in other commerce majors as well as arts and education majors.

Course  Semester of offer
Online 
Semester of offer
Toowoomba campus 
Semester of offer
Springfield campus 
Level 1 
FIN1103 Financial Markets   2, 3 
Level 2 
ECO2000 The Macro-economy and Business     
ECO2001 Business Economics     
POL2001 Politics and International Business   
Level 3 
ECO3002 Economic Policy Analysis      
ECO3010 International Economics and Trade     
ECO3020 Behavioural Economics     
ECO3030 Sustainable Economies     

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Finance major

The Finance major provides students with a knowledge of financial environments and modern analytical techniques. Students learn to understand a broad range of finance areas including business finance, stockbroking, investment management, international financial management and financial economics. Graduates will be equipped for a career in stockbroking, financial services and business. Second majors or minors are available in a range of Business, Commerce and Arts areas.

Finance major graduates will meet the educational entrance requirements to become a member of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA).

Course  Semester of offer
Online 
Semester of offer
Toowoomba campus 
Semester of offer
Springfield campus 
Level 1 
FIN1103 Financial Markets  2, 3 
Level 2 
FIN2105 Portfolio Management  2, 3 
FIN2108 Credit Analysis and Lending Management 
FIN2302 Financial Economics 
Select one of the following two courses: 
ECO2000 The Macro-economy and Business     
FIN2106 Personal Financial Planning (Formerly FIN1106)* 
Level 3 
FIN3101 Finance Theory and Applications (Formerly FIN2101)   
FIN3106 International Finance   
FIN3109 Managing Financial Institutions (Formerly FIN2109) 

Footnotes
*FIN2106 Personal Financial Planning is not recommended for international students.

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Human Resource Management major

The aim of the Human Resource Management (HRM) major is to engage students in learning about how the HRM professional must use a range of progressive and co-dependent people-related activities to simultaneously drive business performance and sustain the capability and well-being of the people working for the organisation. Students will acquire an understanding of how the HRM professional builds partnerships with, fosters and influences, key organisational stakeholders to design and maintain a respected and dynamic HRM strategy that contributes to organisational strategies. Students will learn to apply the skills associated with being an expert HRM practitioner who is jointly sensitive to the demands of operating responsibly within a business-driven environment and meeting the needs of a sustainable, capable workforce and culture.

The Human Resource Management major is accredited by the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) and satisfies the educational requirements for professional membership of AHRI.

Course  Semester of offer
Online 
Semester of offer
Toowoomba campus 
Semester of offer
Springfield campus 
Level 1 
MGT1001 Foundations of Human Resource Management 
Level 2 
MGT2001 Risk Mitigation, Work Health and Safety 
MGT2002 Perspectives of Organisation  2, 3 
MGT2004 Enhancing Performance 
Level 3 
MGT3002 Managing Change   2, 3 
MGT3005 Workforce Design* 
MGT3006 Employment Relations^ 
MGT3007 Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning     

Footnotes
*Students who have successfully completed MGT2000 Staffing and Remuneration or MGT2000 Workforce Design should not complete MGT3005 Workforce Design.
^Students who have successfully completed MGT2006 Employment Relations should not complete MGT3006 Employment Relations.
Students who have successfully completed MGT3003 Human Resource Performance Management or MGT2008 Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning should not complete MGT3007 Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning .

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Management and Leadership major

The aim of the Management and Leadership major is to equip students with advanced management and leadership skills applied to real-life organisational situations. We explore management at the individual, team and organisation level including the relationships between knowledge and strategy, organisation and leadership. At the individual and group level, we explore how different behaviours and conflicts develop and how to deal with individual differences. We study how organisational groups learn and challenge their own thinking and how managers can create an organisational climate that helps people see the big picture. To develop leadership skills, the major addresses different leader approaches from behavioural leadership to strategic and authentic leaders. For the latter, we explore how senior management groups function and their responsibilities to stakeholders. We address how managers explore different change options and how to relate these to the strategies of the business. Students of this major will learn critical and valuable skills in management and leadership generally that will help them solve difficult and complex problems in any organisation.

Course  Semester of offer
Online 
Semester of offer
Toowoomba campus 
Semester of offer
Springfield campus 
Level 2 
MGT2002 Perspectives of Organisation  2, 3 
MGT2004 Enhancing Performance* 
MGT2007 Leadership     
MGT2204 Business Ethics and Governance  1, 3   
Level 3 
MGT3001 Global Management  1, 3 
MGT3002 Managing Change  2, 3 
MGT3004 Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship     
MGT3007 Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning^     

Footnotes
*Students who have successfully completed either MGT2004 People Development or MGT3003 Human Resource Performance Management should not complete MGT2004 Enhancing Performance .
^Students who have successfully completed MGT2008 Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning should not complete MGT3007 Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning.

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Marketing major

Marketing is an essential activity for every organisation and every brand regardless of its size or scope. The best part about a marketing degree, is that it does not confine you to an industry, a country, or a type of business. Marketers are needed anywhere there is a transaction between two or more parties with marketing being responsible for improving the viability of the firm and also for delivering value to customers. So, if you are a person who is creative; self-motivated; likes to work in a team; organised but flexible; and most of all likes engaging with people, then marketing may be the career for you. The marketing major at USQ focuses on providing you with the skills and knowledge in a real-world context to equip you for an exciting and rewarding career. Marketing delivers value to customers and the firm, it benefits society by creating informed consumers and it offers great career opportunities.

The Marketing major is accredited by the Australian Marketing Institute (AMI), and students are eligible for credit towards becoming a Certified Practising Marketer (CPM) upon completion.

Course  Semester of offer
Online 
Semester of offer
Toowoomba campus 
Semester of offer
Springfield campus 
Level 1 
MKT1002 Consumer Behaviour  1, 2 
Level 2 
MKT2001 Marketing Communications  2, 3 
MKT2015 Creating Marketing Value 
MKT2013 Digital Marketing and Branding  1, 3 
MKT2014 Global Marketing* 
Level 3 
MKT3001 Marketing Research  1, 2   
MKT3007 Marketing Strategy 
MKT3008 Marketing Project  1, 2 

Footnotes
*Students who have successfully completed MKT2002 Global Marketing , but not MKT2004 Marketing Channels must enrol in either MKT2015 Creating Marketing Value or MKT2013 Digital Marketing and Branding. Students who have successfully completed MKT2004 Marketing Channels but not MKT2002 Global Marketing, must enrol in either MKT2015 Creating Marketing Value or MKT2013 Digital Marketing and Branding. Students who have successfully completed MKT2002 Global Marketing and MKT2004 Marketing Channels must select an elective.

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Minor Studies

A minor study is a group of courses designed to provide students with an area of knowledge and skills that either:

  • draw from a recognised discipline and are designed to contribute to the major study or

  • may transcend traditional disciplinary boundaries, but complements the objectives of the program.


A number of minor studies are available to students in this program.

Students are advised to consider the whole range of minor studies offered. However, the availability of general minor studies may be limited by a number of factors, including:

  • the authorisation of the student’s choice by the academic adviser and faculty

  • the satisfactory completion of pre-requisite courses by the student

  • the provisions of the faculty offering the minor, including audition and interview requirements in certain areas of the arts and education

  • timetabling constraints

  • quotas.


All students in the Bachelor of Business, except those undertaking a second major, must complete a four-unit minor study. Courses must be taken over a minimum of two levels and should be in the same discipline or recognised multi-disciplinary area.

A minor in the Bachelor of Business may comprise one of the following:

  • any four units from a major in the Bachelor of Business apart from those majors indicated below, and as long as pre-requisites are met

  • any four business-related or approved units from a major in another program from the University of Southern Queensland as long as pre-requisites are met - where a student is required to do one or more core courses from that program to satisfy pre-requisites for the proposed minor, the core course/s may form part of that minor

  • four specified units in a disciplinary area designed to extend knowledge as listed below. See a list of minor studies at http://www.usq.edu.au/handbook/current/optionstudies/optionstudies.html.


NOTE: Students are not permitted to enrol in more than ten (10) Level 1 courses as part of the program.

Students who wish to take a minor study that falls outside the guidelines above for the Bachelor of Business, must obtain Faculty of Business, Education, Law and Arts approval prior to enrolling in courses to be counted towards that minor. Before undertaking any course, the pre-requisite courses must be completed or exempted.

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Electives/Approved courses

Students not completing a double major must select a minor plus four units of elective courses from courses offered in the Bachelor of Business or, with Faculty of Business, Education, Law and Arts approval, from other undergraduate programs offered at the University of Southern Queensland. Enrolment requirements must be satisfied for any course selected.

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IT requirements

For information technology requirements please refer to the minimum computing standards.

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Other program requirements

Students must maintain good standing in this program. Please refer to the Academic Standing, Progression and Exclusion Procedure.

Students enrolled in the joint TAFE/USQ Diploma Programs must complete their Diploma studies at the TAFE Queensland before continuing enrolment at USQ.

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Exit points

Students must maintain good standing in this program (see Other program requirements section). Students not wishing to complete the Bachelor of Business may be permitted to exit with either the Diploma of Business (DPBC) or the Associate Degree of Business (ADBC).

Students may exit with the Diploma of Business (DPBC) if they have completed 8 courses as follows:

  • a minimum of 4 courses from the Bachelor of Business core courses, and

  • 4 other courses from the Bachelor of Business, or 4 business-related courses with the approval of the Faculty of Business, Education, Law and Arts.


Students may exit with the Associate Degree of Business if they have completed 16 courses as follows:

  • 8 core courses from the Bachelor of Business and

  • 8 other business-related courses with the approval of the Faculty of Business, Education, Law and Arts.


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Credit

Candidates for admission to the Bachelor of Business may be eligible for up to 16 units of credit on the basis of successful completion of relevant, equivalent undergraduate study from a recognised university or institution offering equivalent study. Credit approved in this program will not automatically apply to other programs offered by USQ.

Students studying accounting should note that professional bodies such as the CPA Australia and Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ) have advanced standing policies that are more restrictive so students are advised to seek current information from these bodies before applying for credit.

Claims for credit for previous study should be submitted prior to or at the time of enrolment. Each claim will be assessed on individual merit in line with USQ policy.

Note: Where credit is granted, maximum and minimum duration will be adjusted in the same proportion as credit, for example, where eight units of credit is granted, maximum time will be six years and minimum time will be four semesters.

Recommended enrolment patterns

In this section:

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Recommended enrolment patterns

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.

Given the program structure information, students should plan their enrolment making sure that they have fulfilled all core, major, minor and elective requirements. Enrolment requirements must be satisfied before enrolling in a course.

As a guide, full-time students (shown as ONC) should plan to undertake 8 courses per year and part-time students (shown as ONL) who are in employment, a maximum of 6 courses per year, with a minimum of 4 courses per year. This is exclusive of any semester 3 enrolments.

Courses are normally offered on-campus and online in the same semester. If a course is offered twice in one year, the second offering will normally be on an online basis only.

Students wishing to undertake PWE3000 Professional Work Experience as an elective must have successfully completed a minimum of 16 units in their program of study. Students considering enrolling in PWE3000 should read the information and conditions contained in the course specification. PWE3000 is not available to international students regardless of location or mode of study as it is an elective course. Australian regulations do not allow an elective work-based training course that is not a mandatory program requirement to be offered to international students.

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Accounting major - On-campus and Online (Semester 1 intake)

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.


CourseYear of program and semester in which course is normally studiedEnrolment requirementsComments
On-campus
(ONC)
External
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem
ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-Making1111
FIN1101 Introduction to Corporate Finance1111
ECO1000 Economics1111
LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law+1111Pre-requisite: Students enrolled in one of the following Programs: LLBP or BLAW or BABL or BALW or BBBL or BBLA or BCLA or BCLW are not eligible for enrolment Enrolment is not permitted in LAW1500 if LAW1101 has been previously completed
ACC1105 Accounting Principles#1212Pre-requisite: ACC1101 Enrolment is not permitted in ACC1105 if ACC1102 and/or ACC3101 has been previously completed.
MKT1001 Introduction to Marketing12
STA1003 Fundamental Statistics1212Enrolment is not permitted in STA1003 if STA2300 or STA8170 has been previously completed.
Minor/elective/second major course1212
ACC2102 Financial Accounting^Ʊ2121Pre-requisite: ACC1105 Enrolment is not permitted in ACC2102 if ACC1102 has been previously completed.
LAW3130 Revenue Law and Practice AƱƱ2121Pre-requisite: (ACC1101 and (LAW2106 or LAW1500)) or ((LAW2202 or LAW1123) and (LAW3206 or LAW2223) for Students in Programs: BLAW or BALW or BBLA or BCLA or LLBP or BCLW) or ((LAW5602 or LAW5123) and (LAW5706 or LAW5223) for Students in Program: DJUR)
MGT1000 Organisational Behaviour2121
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts2121
ACC2113 Management Accounting I2222Pre-requisite: ACC1101
ACC2115 Company Accounting2222Pre-requisite: ACC1102 or ACC2102 or ACC2103 Formerly ACC3115
Minor/elective/second major course2222
Minor/elective/second major course 2222
ACC3116 Accounting and Society3131Pre-requisite: ACC2115
ACC3118 Auditing3131Pre-requisite: (ACC1102 or ACC2102) and ACC2115
Minor/elective/second major course 3131
Minor/elective/second major course 3131
ACC3300 Accounting Major Capstone*32Pre-requisite: ACC2113 Co-requisite: ACC3116 and ACC3118
Minor/elective/second major course 3232
Minor/elective/second major course 3232
Minor/elective/second major course3232

Footnotes
+Students who have successfully completed LAW1101 Introduction to Law should not complete LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law .
#Students who have successfully completed ACC3101 Accounting Information Systems should not complete ACC1105 Accounting Principles.
^Students who have successfully completed ACC1102 Financial Accounting should not complete ACC2102 Financial Accounting.
ƱS1 offer at Springfield is not available in 2022
ƱƱS1 offer at Ipswich is not available in 2022
*Students who have completed LAW1101 as a Core Course will need to complete LAW2106 by cross-institutional study. Enrolment into ACC3300 Accounting Major Capstone is not required for these students. However, this course can be completed as an elective, subject to meeting pre-requisite requirements.

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Accounting major - On-campus and Online (Semester 2 intake)

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.


CourseYear of program and semester in which course is normally studiedEnrolment requirements
On-campus
(ONC)
External
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem
LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law+1212Pre-requisite: Students enrolled in one of the following Programs: LLBP or BLAW or BABL or BALW or BBBL or BBLA or BCLA or BCLW are not eligible for enrolment Enrolment is not permitted in LAW1500 if LAW1101 has been previously completed
ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-Making1212
FIN1101 Introduction to Corporate Finance1212
ECO1000 Economics1212
STA1003 Fundamental Statistics1111Enrolment is not permitted in STA1003 if STA2300 or STA8170 has been previously completed.
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts1111
MGT1000 Organisational Behaviour1111
MKT1001 Introduction to Marketing1111
ACC1105 Accounting Principles#2222Pre-requisite: ACC1101 Enrolment is not permitted in ACC1105 if ACC1102 and/or ACC3101 has been previously completed.
ACC2113 Management Accounting I2222Pre-requisite: ACC1101
Second Major/Minor/Elective Course2222
Second Major/Minor/Elective Course2222
ACC2102 Financial Accounting^Ʊ2121Pre-requisite: ACC1105 Enrolment is not permitted in ACC2102 if ACC1102 has been previously completed.
LAW3130 Revenue Law and Practice AƱƱ2121Pre-requisite: (ACC1101 and (LAW2106 or LAW1500)) or ((LAW2202 or LAW1123) and (LAW3206 or LAW2223) for Students in Programs: BLAW or BALW or BBLA or BCLA or LLBP or BCLW) or ((LAW5602 or LAW5123) and (LAW5706 or LAW5223) for Students in Program: DJUR)
Second Major/Minor/Elective Course2121
Second Major/Minor/Elective Course2121
ACC2115 Company Accounting3232Pre-requisite: ACC1102 or ACC2102 or ACC2103
Second Major/Minor/Elective Course3232
Second Major/Minor/Elective Course3232
Second Major/Minor/Elective Course3232
ACC3116 Accounting and Society3131Pre-requisite: ACC2115
ACC3118 Auditing3131Pre-requisite: (ACC1102 or ACC2102) and ACC2115
ACC3300 Accounting Major Capstone*31Pre-requisite: ACC2113 Co-requisite: ACC3116 and ACC3118
Second Major/Minor/Elective Course3131

Footnotes
+Students who have successfully completed LAW1101 Introduction to Law should not complete LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law .
#Students who have successfully completed ACC3101 Accounting Information Systems should not complete ACC1105 Accounting Principles.
^Students who have successfully completed ACC1102 Financial Accountingshould not complete ACC2102 Financial Accounting.
ƱS1 offer at Springfield is not available in 2022
ƱƱS1 offer at Ipswich is not available in 2022
*Students who have completed LAW1101 as a Core Course will need to complete LAW2106 by cross-institutional study. Enrolment into ACC3300 Accounting Major Capstone is not required for these students. However, this course can be completed as an elective, subject to meeting pre-requisite requirements.

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Accounting (Extended) major - On-campus and Online (Semester 1 intake)

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.


CourseYear of program and semester in which course is normally studiedEnrolment requirements
On-campus
(ONC)
External
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem
ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-Making1111
FIN1101 Introduction to Corporate Finance1111
ECO1000 Economics1111
LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law+1111Pre-requisite: Students enrolled in one of the following Programs: LLBP or BLAW or BABL or BALW or BBBL or BBLA or BCLA or BCLW are not eligible for enrolment Enrolment is not permitted in LAW1500 if LAW1101 has been previously completed
ACC1105 Accounting Principles#1212Pre-requisite: ACC1101 Enrolment is not permitted in ACC1105 if ACC1102 and/or ACC3101 has been previously completed.
MKT1001 Introduction to Marketing12
STA1003 Fundamental Statistics1212Enrolment is not permitted in STA1003 if STA2300 or STA8170 has been previously completed.
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts1212
ACC2102 Financial Accounting^Ʊ2121Pre-requisite: ACC1105 Enrolment is not permitted in ACC2102 if ACC1102 has been previously completed.
LAW2500 Commercial Property Law**21Pre-requisite: LAW1500. Students enrolled in one of the following Programs: BLAW or BABL or BALW or BBBL or BBLA or BCLW or BCLA or BCBL or LLBP or DJUR are not eligible for enrolment.
LAW3130 Revenue Law and Practice AƱƱ2121Pre-requisite: (ACC1101 and (LAW2106 or LAW1500)) or ((LAW2202 or LAW1123) and (LAW3206 or LAW2223) for Students in Programs: BLAW or BALW or BBLA or BCLA or LLBP or BCLW) or ((LAW5602 or LAW5123) and (LAW5706 or LAW5223) for Students in Program: DJUR)
MGT1000 Organisational Behaviour2121
ACC2113 Management Accounting I2222Pre-requisite: ACC1101
ACC2115 Company Accounting2222Pre-requisite: ACC1102 or ACC2102 or ACC2103
LAW3131 Revenue Law and Practice B22Pre-requisite: LAW3130
Minor/Elective Course2222
ACC3116 Accounting and Society3131Pre-requisite: ACC2115
ACC3118 Auditing3131Pre-requisite: (ACC1102 or ACC2102) and ACC2115
ACC3114 Management Accounting II31Pre-requisite: ACC2113
Minor/Elective Course3131
ACC3210 Analysis of Corporate Reporting**32Co-requisite: ACC2115
ACC3300 Accounting Major Capstone*32Pre-requisite: ACC2113 Co-requisite: ACC3116 and ACC3118
Minor/Elective Course3232
Minor/Elective Course3232

Footnotes
+Students who have successfully completed LAW1101 Introduction to Law should not complete LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law .
#Students who have successfully completed ACC3101 Accounting Information Systems should not complete ACC1105 Accounting Principles.
^Students who have successfully completed ACC1102 Financial Accounting should not complete ACC2102 Financial Accounting.
ƱS1 offer at Springfield is not available in 2022
**This course is offered online only.
ƱƱS1 offer at Ipswich is not available in 2022
*Students who have completed LAW1101 as a Core Course will need to complete LAW2106 by cross-institutional study. Enrolment into ACC3300 Accounting Major Capstone is not required for these students. However, this course can be completed as an elective, subject to meeting pre-requisite requirements.

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Accounting (Extended) major - On-campus and Online (Semester 2 intake)

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.


CourseYear of program and semester in which course is normally studiedEnrolment requirements
On-campus
(ONC)
External
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem
LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law+1212Pre-requisite: Students enrolled in one of the following Programs: LLBP or BLAW or BABL or BALW or BBBL or BBLA or BCLA or BCLW are not eligible for enrolment Enrolment is not permitted in LAW1500 if LAW1101 has been previously completed
ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-Making1212
FIN1101 Introduction to Corporate Finance1212
ECO1000 Economics1212
STA1003 Fundamental Statistics1111Enrolment is not permitted in STA1003 if STA2300 or STA8170 has been previously completed.
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts1111
MGT1000 Organisational Behaviour1111
MKT1001 Introduction to Marketing1111
ACC1105 Accounting Principles#2222Pre-requisite: ACC1101 Enrolment is not permitted in ACC1105 if ACC1102 and/or ACC3101 has been previously completed.
ACC2113 Management Accounting I2222Pre-requisite: ACC1101
Minor/Elective Course2222
Minor/Elective Course2222
ACC2102 Financial Accounting^2121Pre-requisite: ACC1105 Enrolment is not permitted in ACC2102 if ACC1102 has been previously completed.
ACC3114 Management Accounting II**21Pre-requisite: ACC2113
LAW2500 Commercial Property Law**21Pre-requisite: LAW1500. Students enrolled in one of the following Programs: BLAW or BABL or BALW or BBBL or BBLA or BCLW or BCLA or BCBL or LLBP or DJUR are not eligible for enrolment.
LAW3130 Revenue Law and Practice AƱƱ2121Pre-requisite: (ACC1101 and (LAW2106 or LAW1500)) or ((LAW2202 or LAW1123) and (LAW3206 or LAW2223) for Students in Programs: BLAW or BALW or BBLA or BCLA or LLBP or BCLW) or ((LAW5602 or LAW5123) and (LAW5706 or LAW5223) for Students in Program: DJUR)
ACC2115 Company Accounting3232Pre-requisite: ACC1102 or ACC2102 or ACC2103
LAW3131 Revenue Law and Practice B32Pre-requisite: LAW3130
ACC3210 Analysis of Corporate Reporting32Co-requisite: ACC2115
Minor/Elective Course3232
ACC3116 Accounting and Society3131Pre-requisite: ACC2115
ACC3118 Auditing3131Pre-requisite: (ACC1102 or ACC2102) and ACC2115
ACC3300 Accounting Major Capstone*31Pre-requisite: ACC2113 Co-requisite: ACC3116 and ACC3118
Minor/Elective Course3131

Footnotes
+Students who have successfully completed LAW1101 Introduction to Law should not complete LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law .
#Students who have successfully completed ACC3101 Accounting Information Systems should not complete ACC1105 Accounting Principles.
^Students who have successfully completed ACC1102 Financial Accounting should not complete ACC2102 Financial Accounting.
**This course is offered online only.
ƱƱS1 offer at Ipswich is not available in 2022
*Students who have completed law1101 as a Core Course will need to complete LAW2106 by cross-institutional study. Enrolment into ACC3300 Accounting Major Capstone is not required for these students. However, this course can be completed as an elective, subject to meeting pre-requisite requirements.

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Business Administration major - Toowoomba campus and Online

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.


CourseYear of program and semester in which course is normally studiedEnrolment requirements
On-campus
(ONC)
External
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem
ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-Making1111
MGT1000 Organisational Behaviour1111
FIN1101 Introduction to Corporate Finance1111
MKT1001 Introduction to Marketing1111
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts1212
STA1003 Fundamental Statistics1212Enrolment is not permitted in STA1003 if STA2300 or STA8170 has been previously completed.
Minor/elective/second major course1212
CIS1101 Business Online1212
ECO1000 Economics2121
Minor/elective/second major course 2121
LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law+2121Pre-requisite: Students enrolled in one of the following Programs: LLBP or BLAW or BABL or BALW or BBBL or BBLA or BCLA or BCLW are not eligible for enrolment Enrolment is not permitted in LAW1500 if LAW1101 has been previously completed
Minor/elective/second major course 2121
MGT2002 Perspectives of Organisation2222
Minor/elective/second major course2222
Minor/elective/second major course2222
Minor/elective/second major course2222
MGT3005 Workforce Design3131Enrolment is not permitted in MGT3005 if MGT2000 has been previously completed.
MGT2204 Business Ethics and Governance3131
MGT3007 Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning~31Enrolment is not permitted in MGT3007 if MGT2008 has been previously completed.
MGT2001 Risk Mitigation, Work Health and Safety3131
MGT3201 Organisational Administration32
MGT3203 Project Management Processes3232Enrolment is not permitted in MGT3203 if MGT2203 has been previously completed.
Minor/elective/second major course3232
Minor/elective/second major course3232

Footnotes
+Students who have successfully completed LAW1101 Introduction to Law should not complete LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law
~Students who have successfully completed MGT2008 Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning or MGT3200 Information Management should not complete MGT3007 Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning.

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Business Economics major recommended enrolment pattern - Toowoomba campus and Online

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.


CourseYear of program and semester in which course is normally studiedEnrolment requirements
On-campus
(ONC)
External
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem
LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law+1111Pre-requisite: Students enrolled in one of the following Programs: LLBP or BLAW or BABL or BALW or BBBL or BBLA or BCLA or BCLW are not eligible for enrolment Enrolment is not permitted in LAW1500 if LAW1101 has been previously completed
FIN1101 Introduction to Corporate Finance1111
ECO1000 Economics1111
ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-Making1111
MKT1001 Introduction to Marketing12
STA1003 Fundamental Statistics1212Enrolment is not permitted in STA1003 if STA2300 or STA8170 has been previously completed.
FIN1103 Financial Markets1212
Minor/elective/second major course1212
ECO2001 Business Economics21
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts2121
MGT1000 Organisational Behaviour2121
Minor/elective/second major course2121
POL2001 Politics and International Business2222
ECO2000 The Macro-economy and Business22
Minor/elective/second major course 2222
Minor/elective/second major course2222
ECO3020 Behavioural Economics31Pre-requisite: ECO1000
ECO3010 International Economics and Trade31
Minor/elective/second major course3131
Minor/elective/second major course3131
Minor/elective/second major course3232
ECO3002 Economic Policy Analysis32Pre-requisite: ECO1000
Minor/elective/second major course3232
ECO3030 Sustainable Economies32

Footnotes
+Students who have successfully completed LAW1101 Introduction to Law should not complete LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law .

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Finance major - On-campus and Online (Semester 1 intake)

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.


CourseYear of program and semester in which course is normally studiedEnrolment requirementsComments
On-campus
(ONC)
External
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem
LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law+1111Pre-requisite: Students enrolled in one of the following Programs: LLBP or BLAW or BABL or BALW or BBBL or BBLA or BCLA or BCLW are not eligible for enrolment Enrolment is not permitted in LAW1500 if LAW1101 has been previously completed
FIN1101 Introduction to Corporate Finance1111
ECO1000 Economics1111
ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-Making1111
MKT1001 Introduction to Marketing1212
STA1003 Fundamental Statistics1212Enrolment is not permitted in STA1003 if STA2300 or STA8170 has been previously completed.
FIN1103 Financial Markets1212
Minor/elective/second major course1212
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts2121
FIN2302 Financial Economics2121Pre-requisite: ECO1000 and FIN1101 and FIN1103 and (STA2300 or STA1003)
MGT1000 Organisational Behaviour2121
Minor/elective/second major course2121
FIN2105 Portfolio Management2222Pre-requisite: FIN1101 and FIN1103 and (STA2300 or STA1003)
FIN2108 Credit Analysis and Lending Management2222Pre-requisite: FIN1101

Select one of the following two courses:

     ECO2000 The Macro-economy and Business22
     FIN2106 Personal Financial Planning^*Formerly FIN1106
Minor/elective/second major course 2222
FIN3106 International Finance3131Pre-requisite: FIN1101
FIN3109 Managing Financial Institutions3131Pre-requisite: FIN1103
Minor/elective/second major course3131
Minor/elective/second major course3131
FIN3101 Finance Theory and Applications3232Pre-requisite: FIN1101 and FIN1103
Minor/elective/second major course3232
Minor/elective/second major course3232
Minor/elective/second major course3232

Footnotes
+Students who have successfully completed LAW1101 Introduction to Law should not complete LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law .
^FIN2106 Personal Financial Planning is not recommended for international students.
*FIN2106 Personal Financial Planning is offered in semester 1. If you wish to study FIN2106, you should rearrange your enrolment.

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Finance major - On-campus and Online (Semester 2 intake)

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.


CourseYear of program and semester in which course is normally studiedEnrolment requirementsComments
On-campus
(ONC)
External
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem
ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-Making1212
FIN1101 Introduction to Corporate Finance1212
ECO1000 Economics1212
FIN1103 Financial Markets1212
STA1003 Fundamental Statistics1111Enrolment is not permitted in STA1003 if STA2300 or STA8170 has been previously completed.
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts1111
MKT1001 Introduction to Marketing1111
LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law+1111Pre-requisite: Students enrolled in one of the following Programs: LLBP or BLAW or BABL or BALW or BBBL or BBLA or BCLA or BCLW are not eligible for enrolment Enrolment is not permitted in LAW1500 if LAW1101 has been previously completed
FIN2105 Portfolio Management2222Pre-requisite: FIN1101 and FIN1103 and (STA2300 or STA1003)
FIN2108 Credit Analysis and Lending Management2222Pre-requisite: FIN1101
MGT1000 Organisational Behaviour22
Minor/elective/second major course 2222
Minor/elective/second major course2121
FIN2302 Financial Economics21Pre-requisite: ECO1000 and FIN1101 and FIN1103 and (STA2300 or STA1003)
Minor/elective/second major course2121
Minor/elective/second major course2121
FIN3101 Finance Theory and Applications3232Pre-requisite: FIN1101 and FIN1103

Select one of the following two courses:

     ECO2000 The Macro-economy and Business32
     FIN2106 Personal Financial Planning^*Formerly FIN1106
Minor/elective/second major course3232
Minor/elective/second major course3232
FIN3106 International Finance3131Pre-requisite: FIN1101
FIN3109 Managing Financial Institutions3131Pre-requisite: FIN1103
Minor/elective/second major course3131
Minor/elective/second major course3131

Footnotes
+Students who have successfully completed LAW1101 Introduction to Law should not complete LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law
^FIN2106 Personal Financial Planning is not recommended for international students.
*FIN2106 Personal Financial Planning is offered in semester 1. If you wish to study FIN2106, you should rearrange your enrolment.

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Human Resource Management - On-campus and Online (Semester 1 intake)

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.


CourseYear of program and semester in which course is normally studiedEnrolment requirements
On-campus
(ONC)
External
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem
ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-Making1111
MGT1000 Organisational Behaviour1111
FIN1101 Introduction to Corporate Finance1111
MKT1001 Introduction to Marketing1111
ECO1000 Economics1212
STA1003 Fundamental Statistics1212Enrolment is not permitted in STA1003 if STA2300 or STA8170 has been previously completed.
Minor/elective/second major course1212
MGT2002 Perspectives of Organisation1212
LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law+2121Pre-requisite: Students enrolled in one of the following Programs: LLBP or BLAW or BABL or BALW or BBBL or BBLA or BCLA or BCLW are not eligible for enrolment Enrolment is not permitted in LAW1500 if LAW1101 has been previously completed
MGT1001 Foundations of Human Resource Management2121
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts2121
Minor/elective/second major course 2121
MGT2004 Enhancing Performance2222
Minor/elective/second major course 2222
Minor/elective/second major course2222
Minor/elective/second major course2222
MGT2001 Risk Mitigation, Work Health and Safety3131
MGT3005 Workforce Design3131Enrolment is not permitted in MGT3005 if MGT2000 has been previously completed.
MGT3007 Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning31Enrolment is not permitted in MGT3007 if MGT2008 has been previously completed.
Minor/elective/second major course3131
MGT3006 Employment Relations3232Enrolment is not permitted in MGT3006 if MGT2006 has been previously completed.
Minor/elective/second major course3232
MGT3002 Managing Change#32, 332
Minor/elective/second major course 3232

Footnotes
Students enrolled in the Human Resource Management major selecting an elective course are encouraged to enrol in PWE3000 Professional Work Experience in a Human Resource Management related project. PWE3000 is not available to international students regardless of location or mode of study as it is an elective course. Australian regulations do not allow an elective work-based training course that is not a mandatory program requirement to be offered to international students.
+Students who have successfully completed LAW1101 Introduction to Law should not complete LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law
Students who have successfully completed MGT3003 Human Resource Performance Management or MGT2008 Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning should not complete MGT3007 Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning .
#MGT3002 Managing Change is a capstone course and students should not enrol in MGT3002 until they have completed at least 6 of the other courses in the Human Resource Management major.

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Human Resource Management - On-campus and Online (Semester 2 intake)

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.


CourseYear of program and semester in which course is normally studiedEnrolment requirements
On-campus
(ONC)
External
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem
ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-Making1212
FIN1101 Introduction to Corporate Finance1212
MGT1000 Organisational Behaviour1212
ECO1000 Economics1212
STA1003 Fundamental Statistics1111Enrolment is not permitted in STA1003 if STA2300 or STA8170 has been previously completed.
MKT1001 Introduction to Marketing1111
Minor/elective/second major course1111
MGT1001 Foundations of Human Resource Management1111
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts2222
MGT2002 Perspectives of Organisation2222
LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law+2222Pre-requisite: Students enrolled in one of the following Programs: LLBP or BLAW or BABL or BALW or BBBL or BBLA or BCLA or BCLW are not eligible for enrolment Enrolment is not permitted in LAW1500 if LAW1101 has been previously completed
Minor/elective/second major course2222
Minor/elective/second major course2121
MGT2001 Risk Mitigation, Work Health and Safety2121
Minor/elective/second major course 2121
Minor/elective/second major course2121
MGT3002 Managing Change#3232
MGT3006 Employment Relations3232Enrolment is not permitted in MGT3006 if MGT2006 has been previously completed.
Minor/elective/second major course3232
MGT2004 Enhancing Performance3232
MGT3007 Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning31Enrolment is not permitted in MGT3007 if MGT2008 has been previously completed.
MGT3005 Workforce Design3131Enrolment is not permitted in MGT3005 if MGT2000 has been previously completed.
Minor/elective/second major course3131
Minor/elective/second major course3131

Footnotes
+Students who have successfully completed LAW1101 Introduction to Law should not complete LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law
Students enrolled in the Human Resource Management major selecting an elective course are encouraged to enrol in PWE3000 Professional Work Experience in a Human Resource Management related project. PWE3000 is not available to international students regardless of location or mode of study as it is an elective course. Australian regulations do not allow an elective work-based training course that is not a mandatory program requirement to be offered to international students.
#MGT3002 Managing Change is a capstone course and students should not enrol in MGT3002 until they have completed at least 6 of the other courses in the Human Resource Management major.
Students who have successfully completed MGT3003 Human Resource Performance Management or MGT2008 Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning should not complete MGT3007 Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning .

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Management and Leadership major

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.


CourseYear of program and semester in which course is normally studiedEnrolment requirements
On-campus
(ONC)
External
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem
ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-Making1111
MGT1000 Organisational Behaviour1111
FIN1101 Introduction to Corporate Finance1111
MKT1001 Introduction to Marketing1111
ECO1000 Economics1212
STA1003 Fundamental Statistics1212Enrolment is not permitted in STA1003 if STA2300 or STA8170 has been previously completed.
MGT2002 Perspectives of Organisation1212
Minor/elective/second major course1212
MGT2007 Leadership21
LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law+2121Pre-requisite: Students enrolled in one of the following Programs: LLBP or BLAW or BABL or BALW or BBBL or BBLA or BCLA or BCLW are not eligible for enrolment Enrolment is not permitted in LAW1500 if LAW1101 has been previously completed
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts2121
Minor/elective/second major course 2121
MGT2004 Enhancing Performance^2222
Minor/elective/second major course2222
Minor/elective/second major course2222
Minor/elective/second major course2222
MGT3001 Global Management3131
MGT2204 Business Ethics and Governance3131
MGT3007 Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning31Enrolment is not permitted in MGT3007 if MGT2008 has been previously completed.
Minor/elective/second major course3131
Minor/elective/second major course3232
Minor/elective/second major course3232
MGT3002 Managing Change32, 332
MGT3004 Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship32

Footnotes
+Students who have successfully completed LAW1101 Introduction to Law should not complete LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law.
^Students who have successfully completed either MGT2004 People Development or MGT3003 Human Resource Performance Management should not complete MGT2004 Enhancing Performance.

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Marketing major - On-campus and Online (Semester 1 intake)

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.


CourseYear of program and semester in which course is normally studiedEnrolment requirements
On-campus
(ONC)
External
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem
MKT1001 Introduction to Marketing1111
MGT1000 Organisational Behaviour1111
ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-Making1111
FIN1101 Introduction to Corporate Finance1111
MKT1002 Consumer Behaviour12
STA1003 Fundamental Statistics1212Enrolment is not permitted in STA1003 if STA2300 or STA8170 has been previously completed.
ECO1000 Economics1212
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts1212
Minor/elective/second major course2121
LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law+2121Pre-requisite: Students enrolled in one of the following Programs: LLBP or BLAW or BABL or BALW or BBBL or BBLA or BCLA or BCLW are not eligible for enrolment Enrolment is not permitted in LAW1500 if LAW1101 has been previously completed
MKT2013 Digital Marketing and Branding2121
MKT2015 Creating Marketing Value2121Enrolment is not permitted in MKT2015 if MKT2012 has been previously completed.
Minor/elective/second major course2222
MKT2014 Global Marketing*2222Enrolment is not permitted in MKT2014 if MKT2002 has been previously completed.
MKT2001 Marketing Communications2222
Minor/elective/second major course2222
Minor/elective/second major course3131
Minor/elective/second major course3131
Minor/elective/second major course3131
Minor/elective/second major course3131
Minor/elective/second major course3232
MKT3001 Marketing Research3232Pre-requisite: MKT1001
MKT3007 Marketing Strategy3232Pre-requisite: MKT1001
MKT3008 Marketing Project32Pre-requisite: MKT1001 Co-requisite: MKT3001 or CMS3009 or PRL3012 or PRL2012

Footnotes
+Students who have successfully completed LAW1101 Introduction to Law should not complete LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law
*Students who have successfully completed MKT2002 Global Marketing, but not MKT2004 Marketing Channels must enrol in either MKT2015 Creating Marketing Value or MKT2013 Digital Marketing and Branding. Students who have successfully completed MKT2004 Marketing Channels but not MKT2002 Global Marketing , must enrol in either MKT2015 Creating Marketing Value or MKT2013 Digital Marketing and Branding. Students who have successfully completed MKT2002 Global Marketing and MKT2004 Marketing Channels must select an elective.

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Marketing major - On-campus and Online (Semester 2 intake)

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.


CourseYear of program and semester in which course is normally studiedEnrolment requirements
On-campus
(ONC)
External
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem
ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-Making1212
FIN1101 Introduction to Corporate Finance1212
MKT1001 Introduction to Marketing1212
ECO1000 Economics1212
STA1003 Fundamental Statistics1111Enrolment is not permitted in STA1003 if STA2300 or STA8170 has been previously completed.
MKT1002 Consumer Behaviour1111
MGT1000 Organisational Behaviour1111
Minor/elective/second major course1111
MKT2001 Marketing Communications2222
MKT2014 Global Marketing*2222Enrolment is not permitted in MKT2014 if MKT2002 has been previously completed.
LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law+2222Pre-requisite: Students enrolled in one of the following Programs: LLBP or BLAW or BABL or BALW or BBBL or BBLA or BCLA or BCLW are not eligible for enrolment Enrolment is not permitted in LAW1500 if LAW1101 has been previously completed
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts2222
Minor/elective/second major course2121
MKT2013 Digital Marketing and Branding2121
MKT2015 Creating Marketing Value2121Enrolment is not permitted in MKT2015 if MKT2012 has been previously completed.
Minor/elective/second major course2121
MKT3007 Marketing Strategy3232Pre-requisite: MKT1001
Minor/elective/second major course3232
Minor/elective/second major course3232
Minor/elective/second major course3232
MKT3001 Marketing Research3131Pre-requisite: MKT1001
Minor/elective/second major course3131
MKT3008 Marketing Project3131Pre-requisite: MKT1001 Co-requisite: MKT3001 or CMS3009 or PRL3012 or PRL2012
Minor/elective/second major course3131

Footnotes
*Students who have successfully completed MKT2002 Global Marketing, but not MKT2004 Marketing Channels must enrol in either MKT2015 Creating Marketing Value or MKT2013 Digital Marketing and Branding. Students who have successfully completed MKT2004 Marketing Channels but not MKT2002 Global Marketing , must enrol in either MKT2015 Creating Marketing Value or MKT2013 Digital Marketing and Branding. Students who have successfully completed MKT2002 Global Marketing and MKT2004 Marketing Channels must select an elective.
+Students who have successfully completed LAW1101 Introduction to Law should not complete LAW1500 Introduction to Business and Company Law