Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
If you want a greater understanding of today’s business environment, then this double degree, designed to be complete in four years, is the perfect launching pad. You will be guided to develop knowledge, conceptual understanding and analytical skills to prepare you for the modern business landscape, supported by insight into how humans behave as individuals, in groups and as a society.
- Must complete a minimum of 800 Units of Credit chosen from the courses listed in the program requirements for the single degrees: Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Behavioural Science
- comprising: • 50 Units of Credit from two (2) Core Curriculum Courses, as per the program requirements for the Bachelor of Commerce. For the Bachelor of Commerce: • 200 Units of Credit from eight (8) Compulsory Business Courses, as listed in the program requirements for the Bachelor of Commerce. • A minimum of 225 Units of Credit from nine (9) Courses required to complete at least one of the Majors listed in the program requirements for the Bachelor of Commerce. • 25 Units of Credit from one (1) required course as listed in Appendix A of the program requirements for the Bachelor of Commerce For the Bachelor of Behavioural Science: • 275 Units of Credit comprised of eleven (11) required courses for the Bachelor of Behavioural Science, as listed in the program requirements for the Bachelor of Behavioural Science
- • 25 Units of Credit from the BESC3940 Behavioural Science Internship.
- Behavioural science
- Human resource management
- Public relations
- Sport and recreation management
Standard entry requirements
- School Leavers: Indicative minimum ATAR of 70
- Other approved scores as indicated by the University
- Post School Leaver/Mature Age Applicants: Successful completion of a Notre Dame enabling program
- One semester (FTE) success in an undergraduate university course
- Certificate IV completed at a Registered Training Organisation (TAFE) or equivalent
- STAT score of 145 or higher
- Mature-age completion of two Year 12 WACE exams with a resulting ATAR of 70.
Applicants may consider a Notre Dame Australia enabling program as an entry pathway.