Further enhancing study options available in regional South Australia, students residing near the Whyalla Campus will have access to a Bachelor of Business with new streams from 2017.
The Bachelor of Business aims to provide students with a broad-based business education that takes account of the skills necessary to perform as a professional in the dynamic global business environment. This Degree gives you a firm business grounding with your choice of streams in either Tourism and Events, Sport and Recreation, Logistics and Supply Chain or Small Business and Entrepreneurship. Utilising technology and an innovative delivery method, subjects in the Bachelor of Business will be delivered by mixed mode of some on campus face to face instruction and some online delivery.
Industry values graduates who can apply cutting-edge theory to real industry challenges with the confidence that only comes with experience.
You can gain valuable insight and career skills as part of your degree with advanced career focussed electives and internships in industry. You will have the opportunity to undertake the course Business Internship as an 18 unit capstone elective in your final year. This is a semester long internship and may be completed using four electives in the program.
To learn more about our Undergraduate Program Hub, and how we can help you make the most of your electives, visit unisa.edu.au/business/hub.
Graduated - Bachelor of Business (International Business, Finance and Trade) (now Bachelor of Business (Economics, Finance and Trade)), Bachelor of Arts (International Studies)
‘I think the best thing about my program is that you really do get an international perspective, we are encouraged to go on exchange or do work experience overseas or in Australia and that really compliments your degree.
Adventuring through Spain was just one of the neat things I got up to during my student exchange to Vienna, Austria. At the Wirtschaftsuniversitat Wien (Business University of Vienna) I undertook studies relevant to my degree with courses like financial markets, business with the US and the UK, globalisation, marketing and a few language courses.
I've always wanted to live and work overseas, and now I feel like I can do whatever I want with my degree. It's very empowering.'
† This is based on the total number of units for this program where one EFTSL is expressed as 36 units.