Bachelor of Commerce - BCOMR - 2017
Today, business is global. For a successful business career, you need a firm foundation in marketing, economics, business administration and management, and you need to understand these things in the context of E-commerce and a constantly evolving business environment.
You will learn about these areas and more with a CDU Bachelor of Commerce.
As we are located in Australia’s north, we offer units focusing on the economies of our near neighbours in South-East Asia, and on cross-cultural business practice.
Why study with us
- Personalised education our class sizes are relatively small, so you’ll get to know your lecturers and teachers, and they’ll get to know you, your interests and strengths and help you make the most of your studies.
- Tailor your degree through elective choices from across the university, from areas such as languages, psychology, IT or Indigenous Knowledges
- The Bachelor of Commerce is offered in Darwin, at CDU Darwin Waterfront and at our centres in Melbourne and Sydney.
- This degree is also offered as a mixed-mode study option in Alice Springs.
- With online, on campus and full-time and part-time study options you are in the driver’s seat, and able to fit study in around your other work and life commitments.
The four majors in the Bachelor of Commerce open up numerous career areas.
A major in Economics might land you a role in government agencies such as Treasury, or you can use your analytical skills in the business or finance fields forecasting trends or consumer spending habits.
A Business Administration major will allow you to work in any sector of the economy (public, private or not-for-profit). Our graduates find work in government agencies as business managers, business administration assistants, operations managers, business analysts, project managers and procurement specialists and in the manufacturing, retail and service industries.
With a marketing major, you can show your skills as a sales manager, marketing associate, and a social media analyst, as a marketing manager or brand or product manager.
A major in management means you could move into roles such as HR management, operations management or general management, management consultancy, hospitality management, hotel management or purchasing management in most sectors of the economy.
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