Bachelor of Commerce

University of Queensland - UQ

Student rating (4.15) from 146 reviews


Bachelor Degree
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The Bachelor of Commerce is designed to develop your business acumen, financial literacy, and analytical skills. You'll be prepared for a career in fields including accounting, financial management, banking and information systems.

Choose to study either one or two majors. You need to choose a major from your second year of study. Majors are optional – if you prefer, you can study a mix of courses.

Complete a range of compulsory courses that cover concepts relevant across financial services sector. You'll study topics including accounting, information systems, economics, business law, management and more.

Graduate with a combination of core and specialist knowledge, along with sharp analytical and technical skills. You'll be ready to adapt to ever-changing commercial environments and be in high demand with employers.

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Additional Information

The Community Engagement Program (CEP) gives you opportunities to work on real-life projects with not-for-profit and community organisations. In sm...

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