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Business, innovation, management and law

Curtin Business School and Curtin Law School offer forward-thinking, internationally recognised degrees with strong industry connections and high-quality teaching, ensuring you graduate career-ready.

Why study business, innovation, management and law?

We offer a unique learning experience by combining theory with practical study that goes beyond the classroom and out into real business and industry.

#1 graduates in Australia

Curtin Graduates have been rated the best in the country for employer satisfaction, showing they have the skills and qualifications employers value, want and need.

Industry experience

Our business and law students get the chance to connect with industry to gain real-world experience through internship, networking events, training sessions, guest lectures and even work with real clients to solve their business challenges.

Global opportunities

Want to pursue travel and study at the same time? Get the most out of your degree by studying abroad through Curtin’s global programs such as the Business Study Tour or even the Ghent Summer Law Program in Belgium.

An elite business school

Curtin Business School is recognised as an elite global business school through accreditation by EQUIS, AACSB International and an EFMD Accredited MBA. This means that your business degree will be recognised around the globe.

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Looking for an entrepreneurship degree? Introducing the Bachelor of Innovation

Have you ever thought about starting your own business? Or maybe you love creating solutions to problems and thinking outside the box is your go-to? If you have a drive to do things differently, an innovation or entrepreneurship degree could be for you.

What jobs can you get with a commerce degree?

The world has changed, and with it, commerce has changed too. Commerce careers are as diverse as they are definitive, ideal for forward-thinking individuals who can seize opportunities and apply their business savvy to a range of industries.

Study an MBA without an undergrad degree and keep your day job

You can be a born leader with all the business experience in the world, but if the only qualification you have is a high school certificate, you might reach a rung on the corporate ladder that’s difficult to pass if your peers hold university degrees, particularly MBAs.

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Curtin Open Day

Sunday 24 March 2024

Join us for a day full of personalised advice on courses, entry pathways, scholarships and how to apply to Curtin. Plus, you’ll get the chance to explore our beautiful Perth campus, world-class facilities and on-campus accommodation.

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Discover our undergraduate courses

Degrees:

Double degrees:

Doing a double degree means you get two separate qualifications and a more diverse set of skills and knowledge, enhancing your career opportunities upon graduation.

Business majors:

1. Available to study online.
2. Available as part of a defined double major.
3. Includes an embedded specialisation for accreditation by a professional body. Cannot be studied as part of a double major.

Business specialisations:

With a wide range of specialisations on offer, you can customise your degree to suit your career goals. View the range of specialisations available in your preferred degree:

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Take your career further with a postgraduate degree

If you are looking to keep up-to-date with industry trends, gain an edge in the employment market, or pursue an entirely new career direction, then postgraduate study could be the answer.

Hear from our graduates

Curtin Business School

Curtin’s approach to business education allows our graduates to personalise their study so they can create their own unique mark in business and on the world.

Curtin Law School

After graduating from Curtin Law School in 2015, and returning to complete her honours in law, Chloe D’Souza was admitted to the Supreme Court of WA as a legal practitioner after working in commercial law, and has since transitioned into heritage at BHP.

Katie Liew, BCom (Accounting and Business Law)

“For a long time I was trying to decide what my purpose was, and eventually I knew I couldn’t do what I was doing any more. I was in that mindset where I knew I had to take action.”

Andrew Erkins, BCom (IT and E-commerce)

“I switched from another course to a business degree when I realised my passions were more aligned in the technology space. My course not only confirmed what I love doing, it helped me hone my skills around information systems and management, programming and general business.”

Mary Bocarro, BCom (Marketing and Advertising)

“Every unit I’ve done has been relevant to my business. I did a digital marketing unit over the summer and learned about all the things on our website that we were doing wrong! I’ve found the content incredibly valuable, because I’m learning it alongside doing it in real life.”

Professional recognition

Many of our courses are recognised by respected professional bodies that allow you to gain accreditation or membership when you graduate.

Curtin Business School

Curtin Business School is recognised as an elite global business school through accreditation by EQUIS, AACSB International and having achieved an EFMD Accredited MBA. Through our industry-connected approach to learning, our courses are professionally recognised by a number of industry specific bodies.

Curtin Law School

Curtin Law School offers forward-thinking degrees within the area of Law, Business Law and Taxation. The Bachelor of Laws degree is an approved qualification by the Legal Practice Board of Western Australia. While Business Law & Taxation graduates have the opportunity to seek membership to a range of professional bodies.

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Innovation

Are you inspired by innovation or have an entrepreneurial mindset? If you dream of developing creative solutions to real-world business problems both locally and globally, our new Bachelor of Innovation is for you.

Commerce and Business Administration

Commerce and Business Administration

If you want to change the way things are done, you need an education that responds to change. Curtin’s approach to business education allows you to personalise your study so you can create your own unique mark in business and on the world.

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Law

With Curtin’s Bachelor of Laws, you’ll benefit from extensive industry connections and have the unique opportunity to study at the only WA university law school based in the heart of Perth City.

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Curtin’s learning and study spaces

At Curtin, our learning and study spaces offer the chance to truly immerse yourself in your study experience.

From world-class laboratories and inspirational creative spaces, to simulation facilities and clinics that allow you to put theory into practice, and even quiet spaces to get away from the hustle and bustle of campus.

Discover how our learning and study spaces can help give you the Curtin edge.

Explore Curtin learning spaces

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Pursue your passion at Curtin and find the degree for you with our Business and Law Course Guides. Here, you’ll find everything you need to know about studying an undergraduate or postgraduate degree in one convenient place. Get our course guides delivered straight to your inbox:

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Specialisations

Bachelor of Commerce Specialisations

Bachelor of Innovation Specialisations

Business and Innovation double degrees

Law double degrees

QILT Graduate Outcomes Survey

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Specialisations

Bachelor of Commerce Specialisations

Bachelor of Innovation Specialisations

Business and Innovation double degrees

Law double degrees

QILT Graduate Outcomes Survey

Get our undergraduate guide

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