Business & Economics

Commerce ≠ a boring desk job! Economics and  Business degrees are relevant to everyone, not just students who enjoy maths and the idea of counting on an abacus for the rest of their days. Studying a degree in Economics and Business is studying the absolute fundamentals of the modern world. You can learn how to run a business, how to manage one, and you might even pick up a few tips on becoming the CEO of a company before you're thirty!

Check out our comparison of Business and Commerce degrees across universities in New South Wales, with comparisons of degrees from more states to come!

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Bachelor of Commerce

Bachelor of Commerce

University of Melbourne

The Bachelor of Commerce allows students to try a range of subjects from the Business and Economics Faculty, before they decide on a major in second-year.

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Bachelor of Accounting

Bachelor of Accounting

Charles Sturt University: Albury-Wodonga

Accountants are highly sought after and well paid managers of the economic interests of individuals and businesses.

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Bachelor of Business (Management)

Bachelor of Business (Management)

Charles Sturt University: Albury-Wodonga

The Bachelor of Business (Management) prepares students for a multitude of roles surrounding the running and management of business, from small businesses as a retail store manager, to a department manager in charge of tens or even hundreds of people.

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Bachelor of Business (Marketing)

Bachelor of Business (Marketing)

Charles Sturt University: Albury-Wodonga

The Bachelor of Business (Marketing) prepares graduates for work as a marketing manager, whose role involves product launch, research and maintenance of brand image, and the production of marketing campaigns.

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Bachelor of Business Studies

Bachelor of Business Studies

Charles Sturt University: Albury-Wodonga

This is a flexible degree in business studies where students can select their subjects freely and assemble a degree based upon their particular interests.

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Bachelor of Business

Bachelor of Business

University of Tasmania

This is a very broad degree, designed to produce graduates who are able to work effectively in a business setting, being both adaptable and team players. Depending on the choice of majors, the degree will also train graduates for a specific vocation such as Accounting, Human Resources or Marketing.

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Bachelor of Business Administration (Hospitality Management)

Bachelor of Business Administration (Hospitality Management)

University of Tasmania

The Bachelor of Business Administration (Hospitality Management) is a degree for those who have already completed an Advanced Diploma in Hospitality Management. This degree allows students to develop and their skills in a professional manner.

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Bachelor of Business Administration (Tourism Management)

Bachelor of Business Administration (Tourism Management)

University of Tasmania

The Bachelor of Business Administration (Tourism Management) is a degree pathway for those who already hold high level qualifications in Tourism Management from outside the University setting.

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Bachelor of Economics

Bachelor of Economics

University of Tasmania

The Bachelor of Economics is a generalist degree, allowing students to further understand the complex issues surrounding the economy, on a local, national and international scale.

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Bachelor of Tourism

Bachelor of Tourism

University of Tasmania

The Bachelor of Tourism is a degree allowing graduates to work in Tasmania’s large tourism sector. Tourism is one of Tasmania’s largest industries, especially tourism based around Tasmania’s extensive primeval wilderness, one of the very few places where temperate rainforest can still be found in the world.

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