Curtin Business School

Curtin Business School is well recognised for its excellence in teaching and the practical applied nature of its courses, and is recognised as an elite global business school through accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. It comprises four schools:

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School of Accounting

With responsibility for an organisation’s financial records and activities, accounting can be a varied and fulfilling career. The school emphasises the development of transferable business skills with a number of courses involving a professional placement or internship. The school’s research contributes to current public and policy debate.

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School of Economics, Finance and Property

The School of Economics, Finance and Property delivers high-quality research and is home to the Centre for Research in Applied Economics and the Women in Social and Economic Research cluster.

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School of Management

Delivering courses in entrepreneurship, international business, human resource management and event management, the School of Management places a strong emphasis on work-integrated learning.

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School of Marketing

A degree in Marketing can give you the ability to define a career at the forefront of emerging industry trends. Courses in the School of Marketing are designed with a high level of input from professional and employer groups in the industry including the Australian Marketing Institute, the Public Relations Institute of Australia and The Communications Council.

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