OR VET qualification
Trimester 1, Trimester 2 and Trimester 3
If you receive an OP 1-6 or equivalent and meet subject prerequisites, you are guaranteed a place in this program.
With Griffith University's Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business you can multiply your career options. In as little as four years, you can graduate with two degrees and a unique skill set that will give you an edge in the employment market.
In the Arts component, you will gain the understanding, insight and skills to find and communicate creative solutions to contemporary challenges. You will develop advanced writing and presentation skills, as well as research and project management skills. Plus you will be equipped with in-depth knowledge about states, societies and cultures, past and present.
Through the Bachelor of Business you will gain a solid foundation in all aspects of business and develop an understanding of the social, cultural and political dimensions of business. You will enhance this knowledge with further expertise and experience in your areas of interests.
Bachelor of Arts majors
* Offered online via cross-institutional study with Flinders University, South Australia.
You can also choose not to complete a major, selecting from a range of courses that provide broad knowledge for a career in business management.
The Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business is offered full-time on campus at the Nathan campus. You may choose to study courses at other campuses if or where the program structure allows.
As a full-time student you will generally attend 10-15 hours of scheduled classes per week throughout the trimester. Classes may be scheduled during the day and evening throughout the week.
Open Universities Australia (OUA): Some of the Bachelor of Arts component of the Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business is offered full-time and part-time through Open Universities Australia. As an Open Universities Australia (OUA) student, you are not required to study on-campus. To be classed as a full-time student, you must enrol in at least two units per study period (refer to the Open Universities Australia (OUA) website for further information).
Summer semester: The Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business offers some courses in summer semester. You may elect to take 20 credit points courses each summer semester to fast track your progress.
Summer semester is the period between the end of semester two and the beginning of semester one of the following year (November-February). Summer semester courses are delivered in intensive blocks (less than the normal 13-week semester), starting and concluding at varying times from November to February.
During summer semester a student will generally attend intensive mode learning in these courses.
From 2017, to be classed as a full-time student, you are required to enrol in a minimum number of credit points each standard study period. The minimum credit points for full-time enrolment in this program is 30 credit points.
Trimester 1 and Trimester 2 are deemed standard study periods. As Trimester 3 is a non-standard study period, continuing students moving from one year to the next will not be required to study during this trimester to be eligible for student income support.
Domestic students who commence in Trimester 3 may be eligible for student income support from the onset of study provided they are enrolled full-time in this study period.
Please refer to the Australian Government website for more details.
You will find employment in areas such as advertising, education, government, journalism, management, media, and research.
After working with award-winning writers and honing your craft in many genres of fiction, non-fiction and poetry, you will be inspired to write and will be equipped for an exciting career in advertising, communications, marketing, editing or publishing.
You will be equipped for a career in performing arts, theatre, community arts and cultural development, applied theatre, arts and health sector, and drama education as well as offering transferable skills in relation to your other major study.
After investigating some of today's biggest issues from a historical perspective and learning to think, speak and write about the past in ways that can influence the future, you will be equipped for a career as a curator, project manager, or researcher.
Having explored the historical, cultural and political relationship between Indigenous Australians and non-Indigenous Australians and attaining the cross-cultural awareness, critical thinking and communication skills to lead positive change, you will be equipped for work in advocacy, advising, community liaison, policymaking, or research.
With your global awareness and understanding of the religion that influences one quarter of the world's population, you will be equipped for work as an adviser or analyst, or for a role in community liaison, consultancy, policymaking, or research. You will have the knowledge and skills needed to respond to the challenges of international peace and security, migration and integration, identity and coexistence.
You will be equipped for an exciting career as a journalist, communications manager, reporter or as a media liaison. During your degree you will learn specialised techniques in our state-of-the-art facilities and have the opportunity to hone your skills with an industry internship.
Language in Society
You will be prepared for a career in English/ESL teaching, publishing, journalism, sales and marketing, media, advertising and public relations, and organisational communication.
You will be prepared for a career in education and teaching, translation and interpreting, tourism and hospitality, publishing and journalism, sales and marketing, advertising and public relations, international business, law, commerce, and the arts.
You will be prepared for a career in communications, marketing, editing or publishing. During this course, you will explore some of the most exciting contemporary literature in drama, poetry and fiction, plus learn the art of storytelling.
Politics and International Studies
If you understand the complex nature of politics, you will be well equipped to tackle future global challenges. After exploring world issues from human rights, economic development, war and security threats, to the wider challenges and opportunities of globalization, you will be equipped to work as an analyst, consultant, policymaker, or in diplomacy or research.
You will be prepared for a career in communications, media liaison or public relations. With roles as varied as working with celebrities to helping the world's poorest people, you will be equipped with the practical skills, knowledge and industry contacts to succeed in this exciting field.
With an understanding of the key challenges of our time - terrorism, energy and environmental security, human rights, political violence, migration and globalisation - you will develop the skills to be part of the solution to some of the world's biggest issues and will be prepared to work as an analyst, or in consultancy, law enforcement, policy making or research.
You will be equipped to work in screen media production and distribution, advertising, communications, and marketing.
You will be prepared to work in advocacy, community liaison, social work, policy making, or as an analyst or researcher after developing the skills to help you foresee solutions to contemporary social problems after analysing our society and the wider global community and exploring the latest social issues.
As a Business graduate, you will be qualified for a career in business, industry and government in areas including administration, management, planning and policy support or resource administration. You will gain critical business skills and knowledge with an international perspective.
The Bachelor of Business will prepare you for career opportunities in the following fields:
No major option
A business degree gives you the foundation to take your career just about anywhere. You will be prepared to use your extensive business skills in a range of increasingly diverse settings including not-for-profit, government and corporate organisations.
You will find career opportunities in government, businesses with overseas profiles, international aid and other non-governmental organisations, news and media organisations, and the education industry in Asia.
You will be able to work as an employment relations manager or consultant, or in roles dealing with workplace planning and policy, managerial strategy, industrial advocacy, occupational health and safety, and workplace negotiation.
Entrepreneurship and Self-Employment
Graduates will gain an understanding of the strategic and operational issues involved in choosing a career in self-employment or in working for an entrepreneurial new business, small business, or family firm. Create a career by moving from employment to self-employment and back again, pursue the long term growth of a high-potential new business venture, or become a serial entrepreneur, starting and selling new business ventures repeatedly
You will be prepared for an exciting career working for event and conference organisers in the sport, tourism, marketing, media and cultural sectors as well as coordinating and managing government event portfolios.
Human Resource Management
You will be prepared for a career as a human resource manager or consultant. Human resource professionals work in many sectors including business management, counselling, workforce planning and policy, and recruiting and training staff for the public and private sectors and non-government organisations.
You will be prepared to work with international trade and investment organisations or in the public and private sectors in management, strategic planning, research, corporate¿government relations, global operations and public relations.
Logistics and Supply Chain Management
You will be able to work as a logistics and supply chain manager, purchasing manager, business or strategy manager, or export and import operations manager. Career opportunities exist in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.
Good managers are needed across all sectors and in businesses of all sizes. With this qualification, you can apply your business management knowledge to an area of personal interest and find work in roles as a business manager in human resources, strategy, planning and policy, and training and development.
You will be able to work in any industry or organisation that needs to promote its products or services, including entertainment and fashion, tourism, advertising, public relations, and business consulting. You might work as a brand manager, marketing manager, advertising account manager, market research analyst, public relations manager, or sales manager.
Real Estate and Property Development
The property sector is expanding in Australia and around the world, creating a wide range of employment opportunities in the commercial, residential and tourism sectors of the real estate and property management industries. You will be prepared for a career in property finance, development and investment, real estate agency management, project management, and marketing and promoting real estate.
Sport is big business. You will find opportunities in government departments, local, national and international sporting clubs and event management organisations. There are also positions in sport tourism, marketing, media and athlete representation.
Increasingly, public and private sector organisations are hiring sustainability and corporate social responsibility specialists. As this field continues to grow, you will find more and more career opportunities in a wide variety of organisations in the public and private sectors, and with non-government organisations.
With this qualification, you could travel the world. Tourism managers are employed by destination marketing organisations and all levels of government throughout Australia and internationally. You will be able to work on major tourism infrastructure and planning projects, shaping the visitor experience in tourism destinations.
Depending upon your choice of Business major, you may be eligible for admission to one or more of the following professional bodies:
These fees are only applicable to domestic students who are not Commonwealth supported including:
|Year of study||Fee category/Band||Fee per CP||Tuition fee 80cp|
|2019||Fee Band 27.5||$343.75||$27,500.00|
Eligible undergraduate fee-paying students may defer their tuition fees by taking out a FEE-HELP loan which is part of the Higher Education Loan Program (HELP). Payment of the loan is via the taxation system when income reaches a specified level.