Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business

Griffith University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00233E

From 2021, commencing students are referred to the Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business (1293).With Griffith University's Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business you can multiply your career options. In as little as four years, you can graduate with two degrees and a unique skill set that will give you an edge in the employment market.In the Arts component, you will gain the understanding, insight and skills to find and communicate creative solutions to contemporary challenges. You will develop advanced writing and presentation skills, as well as research and project management skills. Plus you will be equipped with in-depth knowledge about states, societies and cultures, past and present.Through the Bachelor of Business you will gain a solid foundation in all aspects of business and develop an understanding of the social, cultural and political dimensions of business. You will enhance this knowledge with further expertise and experience in your areas of interests. Arts majors and minors Art History and Theory Australian Studies Chinese Language Communication and Journalism Creative Writing Criminal Justice Digital Media Studies (minor only) Drama Environmental Humanities (minor only) French Language Gender Studies German Language^ History Indigenous Studies Indonesian Language^ Islam-West Relations Italian Language Japanese Language Journalism Korean Language^ Language in Society (offered Nathan only) Literary Studies Medical Humanities (minor only) Modern Greek Language* Popular Culture Psychology Russian Language^ Screen Studies Security Studies Social Justice Sociology Spanish Language Strategic Communication and Public Relations* Offered online via cross-institutional study with Flinders University, South Australia. ^ Offered via cross-institutional study with University of Queensland, St Lucia Business majorsAsian Business (Gold Coast, Nathan)Behavioural Science (Gold Coast, Nathan)Employment Relations (Nathan)Event Management (Gold Coast, Nathan)Human Resource Management (Gold Coast, Nathan and Online)Innovation and Entrepreneurship (Gold Coast, Nathan, South Bank and Online)International Business (Gold Coast, Nathan)Logistics and Supply Chain Management (Gold Coast, Nathan)Management (Gold Coast, Nathan and Online)Marketing (Gold Coast, Nathan)Real Estate and Property Development (Gold Coast, Nathan) Sport Management (Gold Coast, Nathan)Sustainable Business (Nathan)Tourism Management (Gold Coast, Nathan) You can also choose not to complete a major, selecting from a range of courses that provide broad knowledge for a career in business management.


  • Accounting for Decision Making
  • Business Data Analysis
  • Communication and Culture
  • Economics for Decision Making 1
  • Foundations of Academic Writing
  • Foundations of Western Culture
  • Global Humanities
  • Ideas, Issues and Inquiry
  • Introduction to Business Law
  • Introduction to Marketing
  • Language and Communication for Arts and Social Sciences
  • Legal Issues for Managers
  • Listed electives and/or Free-choice electives
  • Management Concepts
  • The Government Business Nexus: Intervening, Lobbying and Responding
  • Work and Employability

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Griffith University grants credit and recognition of prior learning which may relate to prior formal learning or prior informal and non-formal learning. For more information, please visit the following website: Credit transfer Griffith's innovative Credit Precedent Database allows you to find out what credit decisions have been made in the past. These precedents will give you an idea of what you can expect. View credit precedents for this program

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