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The combined degrees program of Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of International Relations requires the completion of a minimum of 144 units of study.
All students enrolling for the first time in either degree will be given the option at enrolment of undertaking the combined degrees program, subject to their meeting also the cut-off score and entry requirements for the other degree.
Eligible students who decline the offer to take up the combined degrees program at enrolment and wish in a subsequent year to enrol in the combined degrees program will be required to apply to SATAC for admission to the other degree. In some cases these students may have to undertake more than 144 units to complete the requirements of the combined degrees program and they are encouraged to seek advice from the relevant course coordinator before applying.
Students who commence, but subsequently do not wish to complete, the combined degrees program may be eligible to transfer to either the Bachelor of International Relations or Bachelor of Business programs and to receive credit for some, or all, of the topics already completed.
Marketing, Management, International Business, Innovation and Enterprise, Human Resource Management
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