Bachelor of Business (Management)
If you're a 'people person', a problem solver or considered a natural leader; you want a career that's challenging, fast-paced and dynamic.
With our Bachelor of Business (Management) degree, you will learn how to coordinate people and resources for the benefit of a company. You can even use your skills to start your own business. When you graduate, you'll be ready to enter the corporate world, whether it's in human resources, business development or project management.
At FedUni, we believe in our students having the 'real-life' experience to back up their knowledge. You will undertake a practical placement, internship or project. You'll get first-hand insights into how companies work and have plenty of choice for electives as well as being able to focus on your favourite business area.
FedUni will assist you to find internships and work placements as part of the mandatory work-integrated learning component of this program.
A double major in Marketing or Human Resource Management is also available.
CRICOS Code: 088132E
Duration: 3 years* Fast track options apply
Intakes: March, July, November
Annual fees: AUD$25,100
- Overall IELTS band score of 6.0, with no band less than 6.0 or equivalent.
- Successful completion of Australian Year 12, or overseas equivalent.
- Business director
- Business manager
- Business owner
- Organisational management
- Human resource management
- Project management
24 units – 4 each semester
Sample course structure
|Semester One||Semester One||Semester One|
Principles of accounting and finance
Fundamentals of law
Managing people at work
Principles of responsible business
Management of change and organisational development|
Creativity and innovation
Managerial research methods
|Semester Two||Semester Two||Semester Two|
Introduction to human resource management|
Principles of economics
Introduction to marketing
Designing effective organisations
Work Integrated Learning (WIL)
Xiaoting (Kathy) Gu
Country of Origin: Shenzhen, China
While studying, Kathy developed a training program for new international students via her degree's Work Integrated Learning (WIL) placement, a practical module that involved planning, managing and reporting on a project in the student's workplace.
With a local mentor, she planned and delivered workshops to familiarise international students with key aspects of Australian culture. Kathy has since enrolled into further study with FedUni and extended her time studying abroad in Australia.
As an international student myself, I know how difficult it can be to understand everything that local people are talking about. Hopefully this project has helped a lot of people to feel more connected and settle in faster to their new lives.
Running the program was also a very valuable experience for me. I developed the budget, planned the content and improved the sessions based on student feedback to ensure that it met their needs. This taught me important skills in human resources and project and time management.