Sydney Business School Undergraduate Prospectus : 2013
22 or you elect to look further afield and develop your skills in international communication through the study of a language, you can be assured that the benefits of such a well-rounded program of study will be reflected later in your business career. You will find yourself studying among a group of high- achieving students, each forging their own path towards the career of their dreams. MAJORS AVAILABLE You must complete two majors. Your first major must be chosen from the following: – Accounting – Business Information Systems – Commercial Law – Finance – Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management – International Business – Management – Marketing – Quantitative Business Analysis Your second major may be chosen from the list above or from the following: – Agricultural Economics – Computer Science – Econometrics COMMERCE (LIBERAL STUDIES) KEY FEATURES A prestigious, customised degree with breadth and flexibility, that is recognised as a prestigious qualification both in Australia and abroad. An opportunity to develop enhanced communication skills and an unrivalled depth of knowledge. A rich learning environment comprising an elite group of high achieving students with a diverse range of interests. OVERVIEW The four-year full-time (or equivalent part-time) Bachelor of Commerce (Liberal Studies) enables you to choose up to three majors and more elective units than you would be able to complete in a three-year program. You can choose majors that appeal to your interests from outside of the usual suite of business degrees, including languages, humanities and sciences. This depth of choice allows you to develop skills that go above and beyond, helping to set you apart from the pack when you graduate. Employers often look for graduates with proficiency in more than one area of expertise, so the high-level skills in critical thinking and decision making that you will acquire from this degree will set you apart in an increasingly competitive employment market. Whether you choose your majors from the more traditional fields, such as econometrics and financial mathematics, 22 If you are looking for an even wider range of careers the Bachelor of Commerce (Liberal Studies) is ideal. This highly flexible program allows you to combine the solid foundation of the Business School’s Bachelor of Commerce degree with time-efficient opportunities to pursue your passions in other areas of study, such as the arts and sciences.