As a successful Bachelor of Business (BBus) graduate you will know how the economy works, how to manage money and business, and how to be an effective leader. You will have good judgement, and be creative and innovative in problem-solving and systems design. You will have a clear work ethic and understand the Christian view of doing business. You can expect to find entry-level employment in a wide variety of industries.
Areas of Study
At Avondale, you can choose units from a range of areas:
Human Resource Management
Three years full-time or equivalent part-time
Mode of Delivery
On campus (Lake Macquarie)
The Bachelor of Business course and associated double degrees are accredited by the NSW Department of Education and Training.
The CRICOS registration numbers for the Business Degrees are: Bachelor of Business 057303C
General Admission Requirements apply to the Bachelor of Business course. Also, the following additional requirements apply to specific business majors: Information Technology: HSC Mathematics (or equivalent) is recommended.
Course Information Booklet
For more details on the content of this course please download the following booklet:
The Undergraduate Handbook contains detailed information on each unit.
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‘The hands-on experience is so worthwhile, including the client meetings and internships! The small class sizes are great. The lecturer knows your name, where you’ve been, and where you want to go. You know everyone in your classes and get to know them better throughout your degree.’ —Monique Long
A CPA (Certified Practising Accountant) or CA (Chartered Accountant)
Chief Financial Officer
Product Marketing Manager
Public Relations or Events Manager
Researcher in Marketing
Accounts Manager in an advertising agency
Advertising and Creative Concept Producer
Business and Marketing Executive
Start your own business
Provide administrative skills to a range of organisations
Human Resource Manager
The information provided is a guide but will give you a rough idea as to the costs associated with studying at Avondale. Actual fee amounts vary on the enrolled course and the units that are taken. Please contact us if you have further questions.
If you are a domestic full fee-paying student, you may be eligible for FEE-HELP assistance. FEE-HELP is available for most Avondale higher education courses. FEE-HELP is a Commonwealth loan scheme that assists eligible students to defer payment of their tuition fees. FEE-HELP can cover all or part of a student’s tuition fees, up to a lifetime limit of $86,422 (2011). The $86,422 (2011) FEE-HELP limit is indexed each year. A loan fee of 20% applies to FEE-HELP loans for undergraduate courses of study. The FEE-HELP limit does not include the loan fee. No repayment is required until your income exceeds $44,912 (2010-2011) (CPI indexed).