Bachelor of Business

Western Sydney University - WSU

Student rating (4.02) from 121 reviews
Ranked #23 in our University Rankings

Overview

Bachelor Degree
Sydney
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
$
10,951 Annual Fees (Domestic)
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Course Description

With today’s fast pace of change, you need a business degree that’s going to keep up. It’s why we’ve revamped our Bachelor of Business to be more tailored to evolving industry, technology and careers.

With a course structure unique to Western, you build your degree to best suit your area of specialisation. Unlike traditional degrees, you can now choose majors outside the business stream to give you amore diverse set of skills and knowledge. What’s more, with Western, you begin your major in the first year of study. No more waiting to dive into the areas that interests you most.

Depending on the majors and electives you choose, the Bachelor of Business can also see you graduate with industry specific accreditation from Australia’s leading institutions.
Majors

Accounting, Applied finance, Economics, Hospitality management, Human resource management, International business, Management, Marketing, Property, Sports Management

Careers

Accounting, Applied finance, Economics, Hospitality management, Human resource management, International business

Ratings

Average ratings for Bachelor of Business based on 16 reviews
Rating
3.88
Job prospects
3.69
Teachers
3.81
Course work
3.81
Time worthy
3.38
Money Worthy
3.38
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