Program Overview

This highly flexible degree allows you to tailor your studies to your interests and future career.

You could:

  • build your own degree by completing a mix of minors (with or without electives) or sub-majors across a range of different study areas
  • explore 16 other UniSA Bachelor of Business degrees across specialisations such as Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Finance, Property, Management, Tourism and Event Management, and transfer with study credit for most successfully completed courses
  • complete a bachelor's degree and master's qualification in just four years with our Fast-track to Masters package
  • undertake a one-year international exchange with Rennes School of Business in Brittany, France.


  Course Duration

36 Months

  Tuition Fee

AU$ 34,300



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  •  Career Development in Business
  • Accounting for Business
  • Quantitative Methods for Business
  • Business and Society
  • Principles of Economics
  • Marketing Principles: Trading and Exchange
  • Meet any prerequisite requirements with a minimum grade of C- or equivalent

  • Qualify for the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE), and achieved a competitive Selection Rank (ATAR), or

  • Complete secondary qualifications equivalent to SACE, or

  • Complete the International Baccalaureate Diploma with a minimum score of 24 points

  • Applicants who have not achieved the Selection Rank required for automatic selection may be selected for any remaining places based on the grades of their year 12 subjects.

In addition to meeting academic entry requirements, international students who speak English as a second or additional language must also meet the University's English language entry requirements. The minimum language requirements for this program are:

English language test

  • IELTS total [6.0]

  • IELTS reading [6.0]

  • IELTS writing [6.0]

Indicative Tution Fees -  AUD$ 34,300 per annum (per 1.0 EFTSL)

Due to the flexibility in this degree, there are many career paths our graduates aspire to – your career will depend on your specialisation. You could consider careers such as:

  • Business consultant: managing consulting services to help organisations improve performance and efficiency; analysing businesses and creating solutions to help meet goals
  • Marketing coordinator: promoting products or services by developing and implementing marketing and advertising campaigns; tracking and evaluating performance data; coordinating events; copywriting for promotional channels
  • Management consultant: offering strategic and objective advisory services to help organisations improve productivity and performance; advising on areas such as change management, financial performance, restructuring and human resources.
  • Organisational change consultant: working with key executives to develop strategies and frameworks; planning, communicating and executing process improvements; facilitating a smooth transition through the change process.
  • Human resources manager: designing, organising and implementing human resources strategies, policies and programs; overseeing recruitment, performance management, and learning and development
  • Business adviser: working with new or established businesses; analysing business plans and financial statements; advising on investments, marketing, funding and financial trends; understanding consumer needs and how to improve profitability
  • Business development manager: planning sales; managing accounts; building relationships; developing business plans and marketing initiatives
  • Business owner: setting up a business or businesses; taking risks and serving as the chief decision maker; monitoring and controlling business activities, budgets and resources
  • Entrepreneur: using initiative, commercial acumen and broad ranging business skills to develop or transform a product or service for yourself or an organisation
  • Human resources adviser: advising and supporting employees about human resource related policies and practices; coordinating recruitment and induction processes; maintaining personnel and recruitment records; researching and developing human resources policies, projects and programs
  • Marketing and communications officer: implementing communication and marketing strategies; delivering public relations messages to raise organisational profile; maintaining websites and social media; proactive and reactive media duties
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