This course provides a broad and flexible educational preparation for a range of professional, business-related careers in private and public enterprises.
The world's economies, living standards, commercial and political systems are all at the heart of economics.
In this combined degree, you complete a set of core units in economics, accounting, marketing and organisational behaviour, then choose two majors to complete (one from the Bachelor of Business component, one from the Bachelor of Economics component).
In conjunction with developing your knowledge of legal frameworks, you'll examine how modern economies operate and the interaction between law and regulation, and the economy.
Shape policy and strategy across a range of industries.
The dual degree program allows students the opportunity of combining their specialised Economics training with study in a wide range of discipline areas in the Bachelor of Arts.
By combining these two areas of study in a dual degree, students will be given a background in economic theories and principles, along with scientific theory and practical skills in their chosen major within the Bachelor of Science.
Studying Business Economics as your major in USQ's Bachelor of Business and Commerce will lead you to understand how businesses manage people, capital and resources, as well as deal with external forces such as competition and government policy in order to best achieve the firm's goals.
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