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Commerce and business degrees

At Curtin, it’s not business as usual.

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. It’s definitely not business as usual.

Explore our Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Business Administration degrees.

Choose your degree

Now make it yours

Whether you choose our Bachelor of Commerce or our Bachelor of Business Administration, you’ll have the freedom to personalise your degree based on your career aspirations. Depending on your degree of choice, you’ll select from a variety of majors and/or specialisations.

Business and Technology

Develop business expertise across a broad range of fields with our exciting business and technology majors. You can gain business acumen in marketing, finance and project management, or combine business with IT to kick-start a data-driven career. Passionate about law and compliance? Discover how you can help businesses manage legal risks, or expand your horizons with an international business major and take your new skills overseas.

Accounting, Finance, Economics and Property

Learn to lead financial decision-making, evaluate economic supply and demand, or delve into property trends and managing house and land assets. If you aspire to a role in any of these areas, discover our majors in accounting, finance, economics or property and take the first step towards your dream career.

Marketing, Management and Tourism

Are you keen to lead others to their full potential, create a positive work environment or craft life-changing travel experiences? Our majors in human resources, management and tourism can teach you how to become an effective manager and deal with key business challenges. If you prefer to manage the flow of goods and services, gain the knowledge you need with our major in logistics and supply chain management, or discover how to effectively sell goods and services with our marketing course.

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Mary Bocarro, Bachelor of Commerce (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.

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Andrew Erkins, Bachelor of Commerce (IT&EC)

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.

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Katie Liew, Bachelor of Commerce (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.

Learning, reinvented

As a Curtin Business School student, you will experience innovative teaching and learning facilities that recreate real workspaces and prepare you to enter the industry after graduation.

Curtin Business School Tradining Room facilities

The Trading Room

Get immersed in the world of financial data in our stock market Trading Room that simulates a real-life business environment with Wall Street-inspired terminals.

The Agency

The Agency

Experience first-hand how major global brands monitor their digital presence in The Agency – our powerful social media command centre.

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Management HQ

Management HQ simulates real-world corporate decision making. It’s an immersive learning environment, enabling students to master strategic decision-making, data analytics and visualisation.

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Part of the world’s most prestigious business school networks

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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