Undergraduate courses

When you study a business or law course at Curtin, you’ll apply classroom learning to real situations and real-world environments through our extensive industry networks. Exposure to real professionals and projects will help you prepare for future employment and give you a great start to your career.

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The Faculty of Business and Law offers three undergraduate courses: the Bachelor of Business Administration, the Bachelor of Commerce and the Bachelor of Laws.

Bachelor of Business Administration

The Bachelor of Business Administration is a broad-based degree that can offer you a variety of opportunities for a career in business and management. You will graduate with a strong expertise in general management, with the added ability to specialise in an additional two areas such as digital marketing, small business start-up, human resource management, public relations or even international business.


Bachelor of Commerce

The Bachelor of Commerce allows you to choose from a variety of business disciplines to suit your individual passions and career goals.

You’ll have the opportunity to customise your degree by selecting your primary major and will then combine this with either:

  • A second business major, or
  • A secondary major from the Bachelor of Arts or the Bachelor of Creative Arts, or
  • Two business specialisations, or
  • One business specialisation and one arts, design or science minor, or
  • One business specialisation and four electives.

However you choose to tailor your degree, you will take the same amount of time to complete your studies and you will graduate with a Bachelor of Commerce within three years if you study full-time.

In your final year, you’ll undertake your Capstone Experience. You will have the opportunity to complete an industry work placement, work on an applied business project or gain global experience through an international study tour, exchange, or by studying part of your degree at a different Curtin campus.

The knowledge, skills and challenges offered by the Bachelor of Commerce degree will prepare you for whatever career path you choose, anywhere in the world.

View the Commerce majors offered by the Schools in the Faculty of Business and Law:

School of Accounting, Economics and Finance

Majors:

Prescribed double majors

Double degree


*Note: Due to accreditation requirements, the Accounting major is comprised of 12 core units (which is more than other majors). As such, students can complete an Accounting major with one of the options below:

Curtin Law School

Curtin Law School offers the Business Law and Taxation majors within the Bachelor of Commerce:

Single majors


Bachelor of Laws

Curtin Law School offers the Bachelor of Laws, which is the required qualification for all who wish to enter into legal practice. This course offers a rich and professionally relevant coverage of foundational areas of legal knowledge as well as developing the core skills essential to effective legal practice. The Bachelor of Laws is the first qualification you need if you want to practise as a lawyer in Australia.

Applicants who have completed a recognised tertiary bachelor’s degree may receive credit for up to one year’s study, thus allowing them to complete the Bachelor of Laws Degree in two calendar years, plus one trimester.

You can also choose to undertake the Bachelor of Laws as part of a double degree.

View the full range of Law courses:

Frequently asked questions about the Bachelor of Laws