Congratulations on discovering business at the University of Tasmania. We here at the Faculty of Business welcome you to a world of opportunity, a world of possibility and a world of endless potential. It doesn’t matter if you are studying business for the first time, taking your next career step, or updating your qualifications and knowledge. Many students before you have made the choice to study business with us and have never looked back. The first step is to choose what degree is right for you.
Faculty of Business undergraduate degrees are generally for students that are school leavers and have not been to University before. These degrees range from 2-5 years, giving students a strong foundation in business and the major areas of study chosen. This can be in the form of an Associate Degree or a Bachelors degree. Many mature age students also choose to complete an undergraduate business degree. We offer our undergraduate degrees by distance and face-to-face.
We offer study in Accounting; Business Administration, Business Economics, Business Logistics
Business Management , Commercialisation, Corporate Governance, Economics, Economic Analysis , Economic Foundations, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Hospitality Management , Human resources, Information systems International Business, Marketing, Organisational Management and Tourism Management.
Postgraduate degrees are further study for a higher qualification and can be undertaken by coursework or research.
Coursework degrees within the Faculty of Business are for those students who are looking to progress or change their career or up-skill in a new area. The Faculty of Business will accept mature age students with work experience into many of its postgraduate coursework programs without an undergraduate degree. Study areas include Accounting; Business; Corporate Governance; Finance; International Business; Marketing and Tourism. We also offer MBA’s in Agricultural Innovation, Corporate Governance, Environmental Management, Environmental Planning, Heritage Management, Human Resource Management, Information Systems, Policy Management, Regional Innovation and Tourism Management.
Research degrees are chosen by those wishing to form an academic career; you must have completed an undergraduate Bachelors degree and in most cases Honours.
We offer a range of both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees by distance, please visit our distance page for more information about the courses offered.
The University Course and Unit Handbook can enable you to see the full course structure and associated units for business each degree.
This page explains how degree structure work ie: the difference between a Graduate Certificate and a Masters.
Authorised by the Dean, Faculty of Business
30 January, 2012