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					            Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Management
Business




            CRICOS Code: 039578C                             Program Duration: 4.5 years                             Intake: February and July

           English Language Requirement
                         score of 6.0, with with no less than 5.5, or equivalent.
           Overall IELTS band score of 6.0,no band individual sub-score less than 5.5 or equivalent.
           Academic Entry Requirement
           Successful completion of Australian Year 12 or overseas equivalent, including two courses of Mathematics.

           Program Outline                                                             Professional Recognition
           The Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Management double degree               The Bachelor of Commerce at the Mt Helen campus is accredited by
           is a professional program for those wishing to pursue a career in the       Australia’s two leading professional accounting associations:*
           area of business commerce, business administration, management or            CPA Australia
           human resource management. The double degree is designed to be               The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia.
           flexible. Both degrees give students the practical and conceptual skills
           they need to be leaders in their profession.                                Completion of an accredited degree is the first step towards qualifying
                                                                                       as a member of these associations and becoming a CPA or Chartered
           UB allows program combinations to be tailored to suit chosen career         Accountant.
           paths. Commerce students may elect to undertake a specialisation
           in Accounting, Applied Economics and Finance or Business Law.               Bachelor of Commerce students may also be eligible to apply for
           Management students may elect to undertake a specialisation in              membership of Australian Computing Society and Australian Institute
           Human Resource Management, Organisational Management and                    of Banking and Finance, upon completion of nominated courses in the
           Leadership, Marketing or Tourism.                                           Bachelor of Commerce.
                                                                                       Upon completion of the Bachelor of Management, students may apply
           Career Opportunities                                                        for membership to the following associations:*
           A Bachelor of Commerce provides you with a range of career options
           across a wide range of business types. You might expect to be                Australian Human Resources Institute
           employed as an accountant, a financial adviser, a business consultant         Australian Institute of Management
           or an economist.                                                             Australian Institute of Travel & Tourism
                                                                                        Australian Market & Social Research Society
           A Bachelor of Management provides you with a range of career options         Australian Marketing Institute
           in a variety of organisations. You might expect to be employed as a          Pacific Asia Travel Association
           personnel manager, human resource consultant or industrial relations         Victoria Tourism Industry Council
           manager. Employment prospects are high.                                     * Eligibility may depend on courses completed.

                                                                                       Further Information
                                                                                       Please visit www.ballarat.edu.au/programfinder for more information,
                                                                                       including a sample of the program structure and subjects undertaken in
                                                                                       this program.




            Graduate Certificate of Commerce
            CRICOS Code: 055170E                             Program Duration: 0.5 years                             Intake: February and July

           English Language Requirement
                                  6.0, with no band less than 5.5, less than 5.5,
           Overall IELTS score of 6.0 with no individual band scoreor equivalent. or equivalent.
           Academic Entry Requirement
           Candidates must have a bachelors degree in a discipline other than accounting. For overseas students, the degree must be recognised as
           equivalent to an Australian degree by the NOOSR standards.
           Applicants whose bachelor’s degree was not undertaken in the English language would need to demonstrate English proficiency to the following
           standard: TOEFL 550 or IELTS 6 or equivalent.

           Program Outline                                                             professional accreditation with CPA, ICAA and NIA. Graduates will
           The Graduate Certificate of Commerce is designed to provide                  have achieved at least foundation level and up to intermediate level
           students with a foundation standard of knowledge, skills and values         skills and knowledge in accounting and finance. The primary focus of
           in key subject areas of Commerce. The program will provide an exit          this program is to enable students to commence obtaining proficiency
           point for students not wishing to proceed to an intermediate level of       in selected ‘core curriculum in accounting and business areas’ and
           accomplishment in these subject areas.                                      the ‘generic skills’ specified in the accreditation guidelines issued by
                                                                                       CPA, ICAA and NIA. The Graduate Certificate of Commerce provides
           Four Required courses;
                                                                                       graduates with a diverse range of career options as, for example,
           BULAW5914 Commercial Law                                                    assistant accountants, bookkeepers, business consultants or as
           BUECO5903 Business Economics                                                assistant economists.
           BUACC5930 Accounting Concepts and Practices                                 Professional Recognition
           BUACC5937 Information Systems Design and                                    The Graduate Certificate of Commerce is recognised by Australia’s
           Development for Accountants                                                 leading professional accounting association, CPA Australia.
           Career Opportunities                                                        Further Information
           The Graduate Certificate of Commerce is designed to give students            Please visit www.ballarat.edu.au/programfinder for more information,
           the skills they need to work effectively in commerce and business.          including a sample of the program structure and subjects undertaken in
           It focuses on selected areas of knowledge and skills required for           this program.




           International Program Guide

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