A Brief History of the Tasmanian School of Business and Economics
- University of Tasmania established with just three faculties: Letters (changed to Arts in 1922), Law and Science
- Political Economy taught as a full-year long subject in the BA
- First economics units taught at the University
- Department of Commerce and Economics was founded with 21 students enrolled
- Faculty of Commerce created to oversee the three-year Certificate of Commerce and the Bachelor of Commerce
- Bachelor of Economics introduced alongside the Bachelor of Commerce
- The B.Ec and B.Com degree merged into the one degree BEc.
- The B.Com reestablished as a separate degree.
- Establishment of separate Departments of Economics and Accounting (which was later renamed as Accounting and Finance).
- University of Tasmanian merged with Launceston based Tasmanian State Institute of Technology – Faculty of Commerce begins operating from Launceston campus with specialist courses in management and accounting.
- University opens campus in Burnie and Faculty of Commerce begin teaching business courses at this location.
- Faculty of Commerce creates three schools: Economics; Accounting and Finance; and Management
- School of Economics assumes the responsibility of overseeing the teaching of Finance
- Finance major introduced into the BBus and BEc degrees
- The Joint Venture between the AIEN Institute, Shanghai Ocean University and the University of Tasmania begins with the teaching of business and information systems courses in Shanghai
- Faculty of Commerce changes its name to Faculty of Business
- Bachelor of Commerce course renamed Bachelor of Business
- School of Economics changes its name to School of Economics and Finance
- School of Accounting and Finance becomes School of Accounting and Corporate Governance
- Three schools, Management, Accounting and Corporate Governance and Economics and Finance merge within the Faculty of Business to become a single school Faculty known as the "Tasmanian School of Business and Economics"
- 2014 marks the 100 year anniversary of the appointment of the first economics lecturer at the University