Why study Business and Economics?
Get access that you won’t find anywhere else, including internships that give you invaluable industry experience, and exposure to some of our state’s top business minds.
We embed principles of entrepreneurial thinking, strategic management and innovation across our programs, so you get the edge in your chosen career. Studying with us will give you access to the Bloomberg Lab, a real-time financial data system used by global business and financial professionals. We’re one of a small number of institutions able to offer this resource to our students.
Our accelerated Bachelor of Business teaching model means you can start your career sooner and complete your degree in just two years.
- Get real-world industry experience through our Corporate Internship Program
- Study with us and get your Bachelor of Business in just two years.
Careers in business and economics
Accounting. Accountants are needed in every industry to give sound advice on the financial position of a business. We offer a professionally accredited, globally recognised qualification that you can take anywhere.
Economics. Economists use data to understand the big questions that face people, organisations, and the world. We have been teaching Economics for more than 100 years and have produced some of Australia’s leading experts in the field.
Environmental and Resource Economics. Explore the use, conservation and sustainable management of natural resources. Investigate topics like water management, pollution and waste, climate change and biodiversity. This major draws on Tasmania’s status as a hub for the study of natural resource management to develop the environmental policymakers of the future.
Finance. Careers in finance suit analytical, inquisitive thinkers who want to work closely with the decision makers in an organisation. You will learn about how banking and financial institutions operate, along with financial planning and management, investment analysis, and corporate and international finance.
Human Resource Management. The most valuable asset a business has is its people. As a human resource manager, you are key to the people power that drives any organisation. You will learn about organisational behaviour and the different ways people perform in the workplace.
Management. All businesses, from large corporations to start-ups, need skilled managers to succeed. You will learn how to lead a modern business and manage people effectively in the workplace.
Marketing. Marketing is about finding creative solutions to common problems. You’ll learn how to identify a target audience, develop strategies to reach them, and communicate effectively to drive action.
Courtney created the concept for Tasmania’s first gin festival while studying a Bachelor of business – then she made her event a reality.
Hannah studied her Bachelor of Business and Economics part-time while working for Launceston accounting firm, Preece Martin.
- Auditing and tax consulting
- Business consulting
- Business development
- Central banking
- Corporate finance
- Electronic business
- Human resource management
- Industrial relations
- Information systems management
- Local, state and federal government
- Marketing and market research
- Merchant banker
- Public relations
- Services marketing
- Systems analysis