Charles Sturt University
The Bachelor of Business (Finance) is designed to give you a broad range of skills, ensuring you will have excellent prospects to work in local, national or global companies. It provides the foundation and specialist skills and knowledge vital for a successful career in financial settings and business environments.
Join the ranks of successful graduates
A recent study by the Australian Financial Review found that CSU graduates had the highest median salaries in Australia ($60,600) within four months of graduating compared with other universities.
Study online from anywhere in the world
CSU’s flexible course allows you to study online at a pace that suits you. You can fast-track and pick up extra subjects, or go slowly, depending on what else is happening in your life. Subjects are taught using a range of online education practices, including video-captured lectures, online meetings and subject forums.
Learn in real-life settings
Structured work placements of 225 hours are integrated into your course, making CSU’s program an exciting, practical and confidence-boosting experience. CSU data shows three out of five students were ultimately employed where they did a work placement.
Add another string to your bow
Unlike other business degrees, the Bachelor of Business (Finance) lets you specialise in not one but two areas, giving you a stronger, more versatile qualification in the long run. Joint study areas include accounting, banking, economics, information systems, marketing and management.
Subject to approval, previous TAFE or tertiary studies can count towards your degree, potentially reducing the length and cost of your course.
|CRICOS Code||For the course code, kindly refer to the university website.|
|Institution Name||Charles Sturt University|
|Campus Location||No on campus study|
|Course Duration||Full-time 3 years (6.0 sessions) Part-time 6.0 years (12.0 sessions)|
|Course University||Charles Sturt University|
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