Property and construction are tied closely to real-world issues, and increasingly to commercial and financial interests. Bachelor of Commerce students can study these disciplines and their role in the natural, virtual, social and built environments through breadth studies. Breadth in environments offers you the chance to explore an area of interest that will expand your career prospects and allow you to gain a clear understanding of how commerce is applied in other disciplines.
Environments in the Bachelor of Commerce
Commerce students can choose from two approved breadth tracks available in Property and in Construction, which are complementary disciplines to Commerce. These breadth tracks will give you a deep understanding of your specialisation, provide you with the academic base to apply for graduate study following the Bachelor of Commerce. Only six specific subjects are required – taken in the breadth component of your degree – for an approved pathway to one of the following
professionally accredited two-year masters programs:
- Master of Construction Management via the breadth track in Construction
- Master of Property via the breadth track in Property
Commerce students must enrol in the required breadth studies subjects from the first year of your degree to satisfy the prerequisites for the Master of Construction Management or the Master of Property. Those pursuing professional accreditation in accounting or actuarial studies cannot complete complete the approved environments sequence, due to the subject requirements of their chosen discipline.