Follow in the footsteps of other Murdoch free thinkers: the CEO of a major international airline, a deputy prime minister, or a CEO of an international advertising agency.
Where could a business degree take you?
Learn how to turn your ideas into actions. You could champion sustainability agendas in the business world, manage a team of local, national and international business professionals or join the entrepreneurial movement and be at the table when political decisions are made.
First university in Australia to offer SimLabTM, an immersive, virtual reality platform to prepare you for real-life HR experiences.
Why study business at Murdoch?
The Bachelor of Business is designed to support you to develop the necessary skills needed to succeed in your business career. Throughout your studies you will engage with industry experts through our work integrated learning programs and have the opportunity to connect with our strong network of local and international businesses. You will also be supported by passionate academics that care about you and your education.
With the opportunity to choose from eleven specialisations, our Business degree equips you with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in a constantly evolving business world.
If you’re trying to choose between courses, why not consider a combined degree or double major? You can get the best of both worlds.
Murdoch Business School
We’re a global community of free thinkers where entrepreneurial skills are fostered and innovation is encouraged. Through state-of-the-art technology and collaborating with leaders in business, research and innovation, we are finding new ways to do business, for the better.
Learn the skills needed for the ever-changing world of business with the option to study a double major like management and marketing.
Transform bold ideas into actions and push through ideas that challenge the status quo.
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Sources: 2017 Occupation Predictions, Department of Employment; Federation of Young Australians