Empower your ambitions
About the course
Whether you want to study 100% online or in person, enjoy flexible learning with UC’s Bachelor of Commerce degrees.
With five specialisations to choose from, you'll develop a deep understanding of core business principles while tailoring your education to match your interests.
Acquire adaptable skills that enable you to seamlessly transition between diverse roles and industries, from business economics, finance and banking, accounting, management and beyond. You’ll gain a global outlook that will prepare you for working with international business markets, as well as giving you the entrepreneurial abilities to launch your own venture.
Engage in practical learning via UC's industry projects and internships, honing real-world skills and expanding your professional network. With online study and in person learning options, our commerce courses promote effective communication, problem-solving and critical thinking, making you highly sought after in today's economy.
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100% online learning
Study when and where it suits you with fully online learning options.
UC is rated 5-stars for undergraduate starting salaries in Business and Management.
Understand the fundamentals of commerce, including accounting, economics, management, banking and finance. Learn how businesses operate and make informed decisions based on core principles.
Develop strong written and verbal communication skills that are vital for the business world. Learn the art of presentation and negotiation to convey ideas and information clearly and persuasively.
Build your financial literacy to evaluate key concepts and theories across business economics, financial planning, budgeting, investment, risk management and financial reporting.
Get hands-on experience with work simulations, internships and placements, industry projects and more.
Study when it suits you with flexible online learning options across our degrees.
You can study a Bachelor of Commerce at UC in one of two ways:
UC is a recognised leader in practical, career-based education, ranking #1 in Canberra for full-time graduate employment*. With a focus on hands-on learning, our Bachelor of Commerce degrees will empower you with the knowledge, skills and confidence to navigate the ever-evolving business landscape while pursuing your passions.
We’re also deeply connected to industry and work with our partners to facilitate a range of diverse opportunities to get you ready for the real world. From work simulations, placements and projects, competitions, exhibitions, overseas study tours and more, you’ll graduate as an agile, multi-skilled business professional.
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Build your network
Gain direct access to industry leaders, mentors and contacts.
We’re #1 for Student Support and Learning Resources.
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A commerce degree can open doors to a wide range of opportunities in different industries and sectors. According to new research, employment in Professional, Scientific and Technical Services is projected to grow by 206,600 (or 16.8%) by November 2026, Administrative and Support Services is projected to grow by 28,800 (or 6.4%), and employment in Financial and Insurance Services is projected to grow by 33,200 (or 6.3%) by November 2026*.
For entry into UC’s Bachelor of Commerce you will need one of the following:
- Year 12 ATAR of 65+
- other Australian qualification
- work experience
- overseas qualification.
If you didn’t get an appropriate ATAR for your preferred course, we also offer a number of initiatives that give you the opportunity to gain entry through alternate pathway programs and admissions schemes.
Some students (such as Australian citizens or holders of an Australian permanent humanitarian visa) may be eligible to apply to defer payment of their tuition fees via the Commonwealth Government's FEE-HELP and HECS-HELP schemes.
Visit our fees page for lots of useful information about eligibilty, how to apply and pay. You can apply for FEE-HELP or HECS-HELP once you have enrolled in a course.