Charles Sturt University
If you are new to business this degree offers you the flexibility to study business fundamentals and if you have existing business knowledge you’ll have opportunities to complement your skills and develop expertise in new discipline areas.
Design your own degree
This degree offers complete flexibility to study an area of business of your choice. Choose from more than 100 subjects in areas such as accounting, business law, conflict and dispute resolution, finance, human resources, industrial relations, international business, IT management, leadership, management, marketing, public sector management or sustainability management.
Tailor your degree
CSU offers a large number of specialisations aligned to contemporary business practices so that you gain the most relevant and up-to-date knowledge and skills to progress your career.
Support when you need it
From day one of your degree, you’ll receive personal engagement and support from dedicated academic staff. Studying a CSU commerce degree, you’ll join a vibrant learning community where you can test your knowledge and ideas and receive expert feedback.
Choose your level of study
If you decide on a shorter course of study, you can exit with a Graduate Diploma of Commerce after completing eight subjects. If you return to your Master of Commerce (with specialisations) (16 subjects), you’ll receive credit for the subjects you’ve completed.
Overseas study opportunities
There is the opportunity for you to see the world through international study experiences. International study trips are academically challenging and culturally engaging, helping to prepare you for your career and leadership positions in the globally. Learn about the local culture and business practices and experience first-hand the challenges of doing business overseas.
|Institution Name||Charles Sturt University|
|Campus Location||CSU Study Centre Melbourne CSU Study Centre Sydney|
|Course Duration||Full-time 1.5 years (3.0 sessions) Part-time 3.0 years (6.0 sessions)|
|Course University||Charles Sturt University|
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