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Australian Undergraduate Business Programs

  • Overview - Australian Graduate Business Schools
  • Bond University Business School
  • Griffith University Business School
  • James Cook University Business School
  • Macquarie University Business School
  • Monash University Business School
  • University of Melbourne Business School
  • University of Newcastle Business School
  • University of Queensland Business School
  • University of Sydney Business School

Monash University Undergraduate Business Degrees

The Faculty of Business and Economics at Monash University makes a significant contribution to business and the professions through its teaching, research and connections with the business world. Through their extensive range of quality programs for undergraduate, postgraduate and research students, Monash business and economics is a leader in the broad discipline areas of Accounting and Finance, Business Law and Taxation, Econometrics and Business Statistics, Economics, Management and Marketing.

Monash Business School is among the 1% of business schools in the world to have achieved the elite "triple crown" of accreditation by the three major global business school accreditation bodies—AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA—and the only Group of Eight Australian university to have done so.

Monash Business School is home to seven academic departments and three interdisciplinary research centres.

  • Department of Accounting
  • Department of Banking and Finance
  • Department of Business Law and Taxation
  • Department of Economics
  • Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics
  • Department of Management
  • Department of Marketing

Research Centres

  • Centre for Global Business
  • Centre for Health Economics
  • Centre for Development Economics and Sustainability

The courses offer a wide choice of on- and off-campus study, campus locations and pathways. The university's bachelor degrees all involve three years of full-time study across the core business/commerce disciplines, with a focus on one or two areas of major study.

Monash University Undergraduate Business Degrees

Bachelor of Accounting
Bachelor of Actuarial Science
Bachelor of Banking and Finance
Bachelor of Business (Majors: Accounting, Banking and Finance, Law, Marketing, Business Law, Business Strategy, Econometrics, Economics, Finance, Human Resource Management, International Business, Management, Marketing, Marketing and Communication, Psychology, Sports management)
Bachelor of Business Administration
Bachelor of Commerce (Majors: Accounting, Actuarial Studies, Business Modelling, Econometrics and Business Statistics, Economics, Finance, Financial and Insurance Mathematics, International Commerce, Management Studies, Marketing, Sustainability, Philosophy and politics)
Bachelor of Economics
Bachelor of Finance
Bachelor of International Business (Majors: International Business, Professional Accounting)
Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of International Business (double degree)

Plus various double/combined degrees that comprise two programs:

Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Media Communication
Bachelor of International Business and Bachelor of Arts (double degree)
Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Business and Commerce
Bachelor of Biomedical Science with Bachelor of Economics
Bachelor of Commerce with Bachelor of Media Communication

A double degree allows you to study for two degrees, giving you more career flexibility and opportunities. A double degree also gives you the opportunity to explore subjects from a different discipline and gives you more career opportunities when you graduate.

Monash courses include compulsory core units (which you must do), and many offer elective units (which you can choose based on your interests). In a double degree, the core units in one degree form the electives for the other, and vice versa. So you'll still study the core units to complete each course, but the units you study will count towards both degrees.

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