- For direct admission into undergraduate courses offered by UNE you must have completed an educational qualification considered to be at least equivalent to completion of Year 12 in Australia.
- You must meet the English language requirements for admission to UNE regardless of where or how you are studying.
- For some units in the economics, finance and quantitative statistics areas it is recommended that students have previously studied mathematics.
The UNE Bachelor of Business has been designed to create contemporary professionals with a solid grounding in the core business fields of Accounting, Economics, Finance, Organisational Development, Management and Marketing needed for organisational survival and success. After covering these key areas in the first year, you can then choose from a range of majors to make sure the degree takes you where you want to go: Agribusiness; Applied Finance; Business Economics; Decision Support Tools for Business; Financial Management; Human Resource Management; Information Systems; International Business; Management; Marketing; Professional Accounting; and Sustainability. When you graduate, your major (or majors) will be identified on your testamur and transcript. For example, if you choose the major in Human Resource Management you will graduate with a Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management). Or, if you take two majors such as International Business and Professional Accounting, you will graduate with a Bachelor of Business (International Business) (Professional Accounting).