Business on your terms
When you study business or commerce at our Logan campus, you’ll get the kind of personalised support you need to succeed. We’ll back you all the way by providing professional development, internship programs and more. There’s even a new entrepreneurship major in the Bachelor of Business to help bring your ideas to life. And thanks to our flexible study options, you can do business on your terms—whether that’s studying full-time or part-time, on-campus, online, or a combination of both.
At Logan, you'll complete your Bachelor of Business or Bachelor of Commerce in just two years full-time or four years part-time. You’ll study the same quality content available at other campuses, in a three trimester-per-year format. This means you can complete the standard three year degree in just two years full-time.
Put theory into practice with a local or global project-based internship, community or commerce internship. You’ll gain professional experience working on a project for a real organisation, plus credit towards your degree.
What can I study?
Bachelor of Business
A Bachelor of Business gives you a solid foundation in all aspects of business plus in-depth knowledge and experience in your areas of interest. In your first year, you’ll study core business subjects including management, accounting, business statistics and marketing. In your second year you can choose to specialise with a major, or expand your expertise with a second business or commerce major.
If you’re not sure which majors to choose just yet, that’s okay. Once you enrol you can try some different courses before you choose the combination that’s right for you.
Bachelor of Commerce
The Bachelor of Commerce will give the technical skills and knowledge to pursue a career in accounting or financial planning. In your first year, you’ll explore the core skills and concepts of commerce including accounting, economics, business data, and management. In your second and third years, you’ll build on this knowledge with your chosen major.
You can choose a single major, which will give you specialist skills in one profession, or expand your expertise with an additional commerce or business major. You don't have to choose your major(s) straight away—try some different courses before you decide.
Griffith financial planning graduate Natalie Cross was named the inaugural FPA University Student of the Year by the Financial Planning Association of Australia (FPA). After completing her studies, Natalie took up a role with independent financial planning practice Tupicoffs. She is now a client service manager in a working environment where new experiences and new avenues are constant and welcomed. 'Financial Planning is so important because it can make a real difference to people’s lives and can make people’s dreams come true.'
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