Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) at The University of Newcastle, Australia

The Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) now has three options: accounting, finance, or economics. The Newcastle Business School recommends that prospective Honours students contact them at the conclusion of the semester preceding the one they intend to enroll in.

Description

The Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) now has three options: accounting, finance, or economics. The Newcastle Business School recommends that prospective Honours students contact them at the conclusion of the semester preceding the one they intend to enroll in. 


With a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Newcastle, you may advance from the classroom to a corporate boardroom. 


Also, when you study commerce, you have a variety of career options. For example, you could work for a multinational consultancy where you would assess the financial future and viability of businesses or for the Reserve Bank, where you would offer economic forecasts that would affect official interest rates. 


Besides that, every commerce major will gain knowledge of how the global financial, legal, political, and economic systems interact. You'll investigate how these factors impact the current business settings in Australia and around the world.

What you will study

Program Structure

For the program, you have to pass 80 units of approved classes. Students are expected to take a 40-unit research thesis in addition to one 20-unit course in business research techniques, one 20-unit course in discipline theory (either accounting, economics, or finance).

Learning Outcomes

Students who successfully finish the program will have:


  1. Verbally communicate ideas in an effective manner to a wide range of audiences.


  1. Possess the ability to communicate clearly and effectively in written form with a variety of readers.


  1. Accomplish successful performance both on your own and with others.


  1. Develop your critical thinking skills and your ability to solve complex analytical challenges.


  1. Clearly demonstrate your understanding of the theories, models, and concepts in the areas of accounting, finance, and/or economics.


  1. Display knowledge on how to effectively use information and technology in study.


  1. Utilize your understanding of global, social, and ethical issues in your work.


  1. Utilize sophisticated theory and methodology to do independent research or projects of a professional standard in their field of study.

Career Opportunities

Our alumni have outstanding employment chances because 93.8% of them found jobs after receiving their degrees. If you enjoy working with numbers, there are several positions in which you can succeed, including:


  • Accountant 

  • Auditor

  • Policy analyst

  • Financial analyst 

  • Mortgage broker 

  • Stockbroker 

  • Investment banker 

  • Economic analyst 

  • Risk analyst.

Admission Requirements

Entry Requirements

Candidates must have successfully completed a Bachelor of Commerce degree, or one that is an equivalent, with a credit grade point average in order to be considered for admission.

English Language Requirements

The minimum English language competence requirement for applicants to this program is an overall IELTS score of 6.0 with no subtest score below 6.0.

Tuition Fee  

  • AUD 32,590 (indicative annual fee, 2022)


$32,590 per year
  • Level
    Bachelor Honours
  • Delivery
    On Campus
  • Duration
    1 years
  • Application Fee
    None
  • Intake
    February
  • Language Test Score
    IELTS, TOEFL (IBT), PTE
  • Scholarship
    $10,000 OFF