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Double degrees

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Why study a double degree?

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.

You’ll study units from both courses, but the condensed program structure means it can take only a year or two longer than a single degree.

Double degrees are available across business and law, health sciences, humanities and science and engineering.

Why students choose Curtin for their double degree

Harry Biden

The best thing about my double degree is the different lines of work it applies to. I can use accounting and engineering together and work in project management, or for an accounting firm, or start my own practice. This combination can take me all over the world and that’s an exciting prospect.

Harry Bidewell, Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting), Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical Engineering)

Claudia Foster

I think human resources and psychology complement one another nicely. Studying a double degree has given me a broader range of knowledge than if I had chosen to study just one degree.

Even though both degrees are people focused, they are from two very different perspectives.

Claudia Foster, Bachelor of Science (Psychology), Bachelor of Commerce (Human Resource Management & Industrial Relations