Bachelor of Commerce (Economics and Finance)
Grow wealth, manage investments and give financial advice.
With our degree, you can work in banking, insurance, investments, stockbroking, corporate finance and more.
The program is designed to give you the skills to be a leader in commerce and business with a specialisation in law. It focuses on the hard-edged courses needed for professional accreditation with the major professional bodies while providing a well-defined career path for professionals in the world of commerce.
You'll learn how to help companies, government departments and private investments profit through economic and financial management and strategies. You'll explore statistics, economics, accounting and more and can go on to specialise in areas like personal financial planning, banking and international business.
A double major in accounting is also available.
CRICOS Code: 088135B
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 consultant
- Corporate finance
- Local, State and Federal government roles
- Government business enterprises
- Insurance broker
- Investment banker
- Retail banker
- Merchant banker
- Public accountant
24 units – 4 each semester
Sample course structure
|Semester One||Semester One||Semester One|
Principles of accounting and finance
Understanding the digital revolution
Fundamentals of law
Principles of responsible business
Investments and portfolio management|
Comparative economic systems
|Semester Two||Semester Two||Semester Two|
Principles of economics
Financial markets and institutions
Banking and finance
Country of origin: China
As an international student from China, living in Australia is not an easy thing. I had to overcome difficulties such as language barriers and culture differences.
FedUni gave me all aspects of these supports! Especially English language and multicultural student support to help me settle into this community.
I have achieved a lot through my Bachelor of Commerce studies. For business analysis, using data we can forecast companies' future development which I find interesting.
By discussing current global finance in class, we learned how to defend our interest in an ethical dilemma. I believe these skills will be beneficial to me and be useful throughout my career.