Bachelor of Business - Management

Charles Sturt University (CSU)

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00005F

Charles Sturt's Bachelor of Business (Management) will help you build the right skills to successfully lead and manage organisations. You will develop soft skills for successfully working with and managing people, as well as hard skills to apply to strategy, international business, organisational change, and project and operations management.

Structure

Students must satisfactorily complete 192 points (24 subjects). These subjects are a combination of core subjects, foundation subjects, specialisation subjects and electives.

Subjects

  • Management - You can choose from a range of business and non-business areas, including accounting, financial planning, human resource management, marketing, organisational communication and public relations, psychology, sociology, online business technologies, legal studies and cultural heritage management.

Standard entry requirements

Year 12 or equivalent

Study pathways

Honours Year is available. Charles Sturt University frequently recognises prior learning including study at other institutions in many of its degrees. Each request for credit is individually assessed prior to the commencement of the course.

Study information

Campus Fees Mid year intake Attendance
Bathurst International: $74,400 Yes No information available
Albury-Wodonga International: $74,400 Yes No information available
Wagga Wagga International: $74,400 Yes No information available
Distance Education International: $74,400 Yes No information available
CSU Study Centre - Sydney International: $78,720 Yes
  • Full-time : 3 years
CSU Study Centre - Melbourne International: $78,720 Yes No information available

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