The Bachelor of Business (Professional) includes a mandatory 12-month paid work placement. You'll benefit from Swinburne’s unique industry partnerships, gain invaluable full-time work experience and earn credit towards your degree.
Gain core skills and knowledge in business, management and operations to prepare for roles in modern organisations.
Select a major area of specialisation and combine with other studies become an entrepreneurial thinker in your future career.
The course links theoretical and practical knowledge needed to operate effectively in diverse settings such as not-for-profits, government, small business and corporations. Participate in professionally focused, multidisciplinary projects during your final year of study.
Selected major: Accounting and Financial Planning
This major invites you to dive into finance on large- and small- scale arenas – preparing you for a varied career in the economics industry. You’ll cover a range of study areas, including both commercial and personal accounting, along with the theoretical components of business, finance and commerce law.
The Accounting and Financial Planning Professional major meets the educational requirements of the Financial Planning Association of Australia. It is also accredited by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, CPA Australia and, subject to final approval of the educational requirements, the Tax Practitioners Board.
The Bachelor of Business with a major in Accounting and Financial Planning and Bachelor of Business (Professional) with a major in Accounting and Financial Planning are accredited by the Financial Planning Education Council.
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- Semester 1 - 4 March 2019
4 years full-time or equivalent part-time
- 3400210691 (CSP)
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Faculty of Business and Law
Make sure you check out the available scholarships. They became a really good goal for me during Year 12 and are achievable if you put in the hard work. I also recommend coming to Open Day – you can ask questions (even silly ones!) and get answers from current students.
Bachelor of Business