This double degree is designed to enable students to develop critical thinking, creativity, initiative and business acumen to succeed in today's rapidly changing society.
It will broaden students' understanding of themselves, their community and the larger world as well as provide them with a foundation in the disciplines which constitute business studies, together with the opportunity for in-depth study and valuable industry experience.
Course Learning Outcomes
Apply an international perspective and a global outlook to industry.
Apply creative thinking and innovation to generate and evaluate complex ideas and provide sustainable solutions to contemporary challenges.
Collaborate in team project settings to produce measurable outcomes and evaluate team processes.
Demonstrate cross-cultural awareness, including Indigenous cultural competence in a range of professional contexts.
Obtain, analyze, interpret and communicate information using trans literacy skills, including technology, information literacy and numeracy proficiency.
Reflect on and evaluate personal practices and performance feedback to identify opportunities for learning in the context of employment and life.
Students are required to complete: 16 Arts units, comprising of 4 Core Arts units and a 12-unit Arts Major; plus 16 Commerce units, comprising of 7 Core Commerce units, and an 8-unit Commerce Major and one elective unit. Students who wish to take the Accounting major (11 unit major) in this double degree will need to consult the Course Information Hub to ensure the additional units required for accreditation fit within the course.
This double degree provides students with lifelong transferable skills, equipping them for employment in a wide range of professions.
Possible future job titles
Community Service Professional, Diplomat, Interpreter, Overseas Aid Worker, Marketing Manager, Management Consultant, International Business Consultant, Government Adviser, Environmental Consultant, Planning Officer.