This combined degree enables you to undertake studies in Arts, Social Sciences and Business and to combine complementary specialisations such as communication and marketing, environment and heritage and tourism, international studies and international business, information systems and computer-based art and design, management and communications.
Knowledge and skills acquired through the Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business are transferable across many sectors such as government, education, the arts, commerce, and industry. Depending on minor and majors chosen, opportunities exist in:
Depending on their study specialisations, graduates may become members/associate members of various Australian professional bodies.
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Courses
Faculty of Business Courses
1. Required introductory courses may count towards some majors and minors.
2. No courses may be counted towards more than one major or minor within each Faculty.
3. A maximum of five introductory level courses can be included in the 15 Arts and Social Sciences courses in a combined program. Two additional introductory level language courses can be included to bring the total of the introductory Arts and Social Sciences courses in a combined degree to seven introductory level courses.
4. An introductory level course has a number less than 200 in its course code. An advanced level course has a number greater than 200 and less than 400 in its course code.
5. Courses credited to your academic record through cross-institutional studies or as advanced standing may also count towards majors and minors where those courses are equivalent to courses listed in the relevant major or minor.
6. Refer to the Academic Rules.
7. Refer to Explanation of Terms.
* Subject to final approval.
# Quota applies.
## Quotas apply to all Art and Design courses and preference will be given to students enrolled in BA(CBAD) and BA(Des&Comm).