Stage One

Diploma of Business

Stage One Diploma of Business
Course Code BSB50215
CRICOS Course Code 090861J
Course Duration 52 weeks (including 43 weeks training and 9 weeks of re-assessment, catch up class and course breaks).
Fee $13,300 (2019)
Campus Location and Delivery Site GBCA campus, La Trobe St, Melbourne
Awarding Institute University of Canberra

Course Description

This course is designed as a pathway program for students who are planning to pursue Bachelor program at University of Canberra and Swinburne University after completing the Diploma of Business at GBCA.

Applicants must be able to avail themselves to attend class for at least 20 hours per week. This qualification would apply to individuals with various job titles including executive officers, program consultants and program coordinators.

(Students who wish to apply for a package offer from University of Canberra should refer to the UC’s admission requirements)

Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

  • Accountant
  • Accounts officer
  • Auditor
  • Tax accountant
  • Financial accountant
  • Management accountant
  • Chief financial officer
  • Financial analyst
  • Financial controller

Discover your future in the world of commerce

The aim of the degree is to develop business professionals who are equipped to solve problems within a multi-disciplinary business environment. Graduates will appreciate their chosen discipline in the context of the wider social, legal, economic and political environment and will have a high level of generic attributes and skills, consistent with the expectations of the professional community.

Study Pattern

Students who successfully complete BSB50215 Diploma of Business (pathway) with GBCA are eligible for advanced standing of up to equivalent to 1 year into:

  • Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) at University of Canberra.
  • Bachelor of Business program at Swinburne university (Major in one of the following: accounting, economics, finance, marketing…)

Unit Code Unit Name
BSBADM502 Manage meetings
BSBHRM513 Manage workforce planning
BSBLED502 Manage programs that promote personal effectiveness
BSBWOR501 Manage personal work priorities and professional development
BSBMKG507 Interpret market trends and developments
BSBPMG522 Undertake project work
BSBRSK501 Manage risk
BSBHRM405 Support the recruitment, selection and induction of staff
BSBHRM501 Manage human resource services
BSBHRM506 Manage recruitment, selection & induction processes

Intake Dates

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Stage Two

Bachelor of Business

Stage Two Bachelor of Business (International Business)
Course Code MGB104
CRICOS Course Code 095934A
Course Duration 2 years
Fee $31,500 (2019)
Scholarship UC/GBCA Scholarship available, 15% off total tuition fee, click here
Campus Location and Delivery Site GBCA campus, La Trobe St, Melbourne
Awarding Institute University of Canberra

Course Description

This course offers a multidisciplinary approach to analysing the main issues and considerations in the growth and functioning of international businesses. It has a strong emphasis on trade and investment in an international context, and places significant emphasis on managerial issues and perspectives. You’ll develop skills and competencies in the understanding of business systems, and the cross-cultural or supply chain issues affecting them from an international business perspective.

The program covers a range of subjects including globalisation; international trade; regional blocs and markets; free trade agreements; international dimensions of marketing, strategic management and e-business; and the geographical, cultural and institutional factors affecting business decisions and economic development. At the end of your degree, you’ll possess robust qualities which will stand you in good stead for a career in international business, whichever form that may take.

Scholarship

UC/GBCA Scholarship available, 15% off total tuition fee

Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

  • International business development manager
  • Global account manager
  • Import/export specialist
  • International business consultant
  • Government policy adviser (international)
  • International trade coordinator
  • International management consultant
  • Trade and international economics officer
  • International finance manager
  • Business intelligence manager
  • International trade administrator
  • Strategic planning manager
  • Foreign affairs officer
  • International investment analyst
  • Industry association analyst
  • International insurance adviser

 

Study Pattern

Unit Code Second Year, 1st Semester
11175 Introduction to Economics
11174 Introduction to Management
11011 Professional Orientation (Business)
11170 Business Communication**
Unit Code Second Year, 2nd Semester
11172 Business Research Methods
11204 Introduction to International Business
11176 Marketing Fundamentals
11213 Management Accounting
Unit Code Third Year, 1st Semester
11182 International Marketing
11208 Cost Benefit Analysis
11209 Economic Development
11207 International Economics
Unit Code Third Year, 2nd Semester
11206 Asia Pacific Business
11205 Global E-Business
11173 Professional Evidence (Business)
Plus Two(s) Professional Practice Units

This course is accredited by CPA Australia and the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ). This study plan reflects unit offerings and may be subject to change in ongoing years.

Credit for 11009 Business Decision Making + 21cps open electives

** Students can choose an internship unit in place of 11170 if they source an appropriate placement

Intake Dates

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