Bachelor of Business :: Bachelor of Teaching (Not for new students)

The course is designed to give you opportunity to develop the necessary knowledge and skills for a career in business and in teaching, a combination which prepares graduates to teach in secondary schools in Australia and overseas.

Course Code



Four years full-time or equivalent part-time.

Mode of Delivery

On campus (Lake Macquarie)


The Bachelor of Business course and associated combined degrees are accredited by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA).

The CRICOS registration number for the degree is:
Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Teaching 057304B

English Language Proficiency Requirement for Teachers in NSW
International students require an International English Language Test Score (IELTS) of at least 8.0 for speaking and listening prior to being employed as graduate teachers in New South Wales.

Entry requirements

General Admission Requirements apply to the Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Teaching course. In addition, the following major has specific entry requirements:

Information Technology

HSC Mathematics or its equivalent is recommended.

Course Information Booklet

For more details on the content of this course please download the following booklet:

Bachelor of Business::Bachelor of Teaching

Unit Synopsis

The Undergraduate Handbook contains detailed information on each unit.

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There is an increasing demand for Christian teachers to be employed in all school sectors across Australia, including the rapidly expanding Christian school sectors. This course prepares Avondale graduate teachers to be employed by state, independent and private schools across Australia, New Zealand and countries throughout the world

Financial Information

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.

Updated By: Brian Greentree