Federation Business School

Mt Helen (Ballarat) Campus

Program structures

The program plans listed below are a guide for students who are studying full time to follow. If you are studying part-time or have received credit for any courses, please feel free to contact the StudentHQ on 1800 333 864 for assistance with enrolment.

All program structures below are relevant for students who commenced their studies prior to semester 2, 2021. For students who are due to commence in semester 2, 2021, please see the program information for new students.

Undergraduate degrees

Bachelor of Business

Note: Students in the Bachelor of Business required to study BUMGT2602 should now enrol into BUGEN1502 in its place.

ProgramYear of commencement
Bachelor of BusinessSemester 1, 2021Semester 1, 2020Semester 1, 2019
XSemester 2, 2020Semester 2, 2019
Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship)Semester 1, 2021Semester 1, 2020Semester 1, 2019
XSemester 2, 2020X
Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management)Semester 1, 2021Semester 1, 2020Semester 1, 2019
XSemester 2, 2020Semester 2, 2019
Bachelor of Business (Management)Semester 1, 2021Semester 1, 2020Semester 1, 2019
XSemester 2, 2020Semester 2, 2019
Bachelor of Business (Marketing)Semester 1, 2021Semester 1, 2020Semester 1, 2019
XSemester 2, 2020Semester 2, 2019
Bachelor of Business (Management and Human Resource Management)Semester 1, 2021Semester 1, 2020Semester 1, 2019
XSemester 2, 2020Semester 2, 2019
Bachelor of Business (Management and Marketing)Semester 1, 2021Semester 1, 2020Semester 1, 2019
XSemester 2, 2020Semester 2, 2019
Bachelor of Business (Marketing and Human Resource Management)Semester 1, 2021Semester 1, 2020Semester 1, 2019
XSemester 2, 2020Semester 2, 2019

Bachelor of Commerce

ProgramYear of commencement
Bachelor of CommerceXSemester 1, 2020Semester 1, 2019
XSemester 2, 2020Semester 2, 2019
Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)XSemester 1, 2020Semester 1, 2019
XSemester 2, 2020Semester 2, 2019
Bachelor of Commerce (Economics & Finance)Semester 1, 2021Semester 1, 2020Semester 1, 2019
XSemester 2, 2020Semester 2, 2019
Bachelor of Commerce (Law)XXSemester 1, 2019
XXSemester 2, 2019
Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Economics & Finance)XSemester 1, 2020Semester 1, 2019
XSemester 2, 2020Semester 2, 2019
Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Information Technology)XXSemester 2, 2019
Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Law)XXSemester 1, 2019
XXSemester 2, 2019
Bachelor of Commerce (Law and Economics & Finance)XXSemester 1, 2019
XXSemester 2, 2019

Professional accounting

ProgramYear of commencement
Bachelor of Professional AccountingSemester 1, 2021

Double Degrees

Note: Students in the Double Degree still required to study BUMGT2602 should now enrol into BUHRM1501 in its place.

ProgramYear of commencement
Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of BusinessSemester 1, 2020Semester 1, 2019Semester 1, 2018
Semester 2, 2020Semester 2, 2019Semester 2, 2018

Postgraduate degrees

Management

ProgramYear of commencement
Master of Business Administration (International Business)Semester 1, 2021Semester 1, 2020
XSemester 2, 2020

Elective and Work Integrated Learning courses

To view which courses are available for study each semester, please view the course and class information page.

Undergraduate students

Unless otherwise specified, students can study any course from another undergraduate program as an elective. A maximum of four (4) courses can be from any school, but the remaining electives must be from the Business School.

Each student who commenced and is enrolled in a Bachelor of Business program from 2016, or a Bachelor of Commerce program from 2019, is required to complete a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) course. You may choose any course from the list of WIL courses, noting prerequisites. Students from a prior Commerce or Business program may opt to do a WIL course as an elective. For more information on WIL courses and current opportunities, please see our work Integrated learning page.

Postgraduate students

Students studying an MBA can choose courses from the MPA as electives, unless your program states otherwise. Students studying an MPA can choose courses from the MBA as electives, unless your program states otherwise.