Begin your research journey in commerce.
Learn advanced skills in problem solving, critical analysis and communication - areas of expertise that are highly sought after by employers in consultancy, industry, government and academia.
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- Dr Bishnu Sharma Dr Saskia De Klerk Dr Rory Mulcahy
Under the supervision of experienced researchers, you will develop your own research to explore an issue relating to commerce that you are interested in.
This is an opportunity to join our rich and diverse student research community to gain a deeper knowledge and understanding of issues facing the commercial world.
At the end of your honours program, you could continue your research with further postgraduate study or a higher research degree.
In this program you will:
- Develop advanced skills in theoretical inquiry, empirical analysis, and communication
- Research an area you are passionate about, such as accounting, finance or economics
- Learn research methods such as literature reviews and in-depth information analysis
- Hone your communication skills
- Government positions
- Corporate positions
- Business research
Applicants must have completed a Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Commerce, or a related degree with a major in accounting, financial planning or finance from a recognised higher education institution, with at least eight courses in the area of study of their dissertation topic.
A cumulative GPA of at least 5.0 (Credit level) in the Bachelor’s degree is the normal standard for eligibility for admission to the Bachelor of Commerce (Honours). These are minimum requirements and do not guarantee entry. Enrolment is contingent upon the University's capacity to provide appropriate supervision in the intended field of research.
What will I study?
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