Why study commerce at Curtin?
Our Bachelor of Commerce degree is an internationally recognised qualification that prepares you for an exciting career in business.
In your first year, you will learn common core subjects that allow you to explore diverse areas of business. In your second and third years, you will select one or two specialist areas that suit your individual passions and career goals.
Our flexible study options mean you can study part-time and undertake many units in online or external mode.
The knowledge, skills and challenges offered by the Bachelor of Commerce degree will prepare you for whatever career path you choose, anywhere in the world.
Welcome to Curtin Business School
As a Curtin Business School (CBS) student, you will experience innovative teaching and learning facilities that recreate real workspaces and prepare you to enter the industry on graduation.
CBS Communications Skills Centre
This centre provides commerce students with relevant language and academic skills needed to succeed at university and in professional work environments.
Through workshops, individual consultations, seminars and print resources produced by experts in English language development, you will be able to identify ways to improve your academic writing, critical thinking and communication skills.
The Trading Room
Get immersed in the world of financial data in our stock market Trading Room that simulates a real-life business environment with Bloomberg Professional licences and Wall Street-inspired terminals.
Paired with this powerful software is an array of audiovisual technology including international news services and live stock prices.
This powerful command centre allows you to experience first-hand how major global brands monitor their digital presence.
The Agency gives you the opportunity to develop core skills in social media marketing and gain real experience using analytics software.
Browse to the course that interests you for information on the course content and admissions criteria.
Gain a competitive edge and increase your professional prospects through CBS Industry Connect. You’ll connect with successful businesses and leaders through a range of exclusive opportunities including internships, networking events, training sessions and guest lectures.
With CBS's new Business Internship Unit, you can gain professional work experience while you study. Through our partnership with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Western Australia, you could intern at a relevant organisation and work on a real-world project related to your area of study.
Read Justin’s story about his business internship with the Fremantle Dockers AFL Women’s team.
The student experience
Explore the world while you study
CBS has a diverse range of international partnerships, allowing you to experience a truly global business education.
Through Study Abroad and Student Exchange, you can travel the world and gain credit towards your degree while you experience new cultures and forge global networks.
Whether you’re interested in studying abroad for two weeks or a whole year, there’s a travel opportunity to suit every student.
Read about the Curtin commerce students studying at Stanford University.
Our student clubs at CBS are a great way to build on your professional networks and share your interests with like-minded people. From marketing to accounting, public relations to law, our wide range of clubs can help you make new friends and broaden your career prospects.
Hear what our graduates have to say
“The course had a good mix of academic learning and practical assignments, which meant I was ‘industry ready’ as soon as I graduated.”
Assistant Manager, Private Enterprise, KPMG
Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)
“This course gave me the strong theoretical base which continues to underlie my work today. I take great satisfaction in the fact that economic theory can be applied to almost any situation to help explain it. To me, it’s the most useful discipline.”
Senior Economist, ANZ
Bachelor of Commerce (Economics and Commercial Law) (Honours)
“In my current role, developing business cases and conducting professional presentations are common tasks. My course has given me an edge not only with a body of knowledge but also with the ability to gather the facts and present them to a high standard.”
“My favourite group assessment was creating and delivering a workshop to my peers in the Human Resource Development unit. I was able to teach my peers in a fun, informative and interactive way and build on my leadership, communication, teamwork and organisational skills.”
Client Risk Analyst, Macquarie Bank
Bachelor of Commerce (Human Resource Management and Management)
“My chosen degree and connections through Curtin enabled me to attend national conferences and build networks that I otherwise wouldn’t have been able to, including the Council for Australasian Tourism and Hospitality Education Conference in Adelaide in 2012.”
Arts Partnership Manager, Qantas
Bachelor of Commerce (Tourism and Hospitality, Public Relations) (Honours)
“I chose to study at Curtin for a number of reasons, including the flexibility of the class times and because commerce degrees from Curtin have a good reputation in the Perth market.”
Manager, PwC, Perth
Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Taxation)
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