Bachelor of Business (Marketing)

Who's it for?

The Bachelor of Business (Marketing) is designed for students looking to gain the skills and knowledge needed for a successful career in marketing management.

What's involved?

You'll study 24 subjects, including three core subjects, 12 specialisation subjects and nine elective subjects. At least four of your chosen electives must be business or business-related subjects.

Why should you apply?

Gain a degree which gives you the skills and knowledge you need to excel in the areas of strategy development, innovation and international marketing.

How much will it cost?

2016 fees: AUD 21,600 per year

Where can I study?

Sydney and Melbourne.

Entry Requirements

Curious about the grades you'll need to enrol?

Find out more about our English language and academic entry requirements.

Course Structure

Core Subjects
BUS110 Workplace Learning 1
BUS220 Workplace Learning 2
BUS370 Workplace Learning 3
GBM120 Business Data Analysis
MGT100 Organisations and Management
MGT230 Ethics, Sustainability & Culture
MKT110 Marketing and Society
MKT220 Consumer Behaviour
MKT230 Market Research
MKT260 International Marketing
MKT340 Strategic Marketing Management
(Capstone Subject)
Plus at least three (3) Restricted Electives (Set A) from:
MKT235 Brand Management
MKT240 Marketing Analysis and Analytics
MKT310 Integrated Marketing Communications
MKT335 Marketing of Services
MKT303 Social and Environmental Marketing
MKT350 Product Innovation Management
Plus at least two (2) Restricted Electives (Set B) from:
ACC100 Accounting 1
ECO130 Business Economics
ITC105 Communication and Information Management
LAW110 Business Law

* Not all subjects may be offered at CSU Study Centres.

** This subject has a prerequisite and cannot be taken before its prerequisite subject is passed. Waivers may be granted in special circumstances.

Note: not all subjects are offered each session.

Elective Subjects

You'll choose nine electives to complete this course. An elective is any undergraduate subject offered at the CSU Study Centre. You can enrol in these subjects provided you meet any prerequisites and enrolment restrictions. Electives bring your total number of subjects up to the 24 required over the course of your three-year degree.

Industry Recognition

The CSU Study Centres Bachelor of Business (HRM) degree is accredited by the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI).

Career Options

  • Product/brand management
  • Marketing research
  • Sales
  • Advertising

Main Functions of a Marketing Manager

  • Market analysis
  • Marketing strategy and development
  • Marketing program development and implementation
  • New product development

Joint Study

Joint Study allows you to take a fixed set of subjects from a discipline other than Marketing. The discipline you choose for Joint Study will be shown on your degree certificate alongside the Bachelor of Business (Marketing) title, e.g. ‘Bachelor of Business (Marketing/Management)’.

If you choose a Joint Study, you'll take five subjects from a select set of options.

Some subjects require you to have passed prerequisites before you are allowed to begin. For other subjects, you'll be allowed to judge for yourself whether you have enough prior knowledge and experience to manage the course.

You won't be allowed to claim more than one Joint Study.

Joint Study programs currently available for the Bachelor of Business (Marketing) include:

  • Accounting
  • Human Resources Management
  • Information Systems
  • Marketing

Recognition of Previous Study and Experience

At CSU Study Centres we value your existing qualifications and real-life experience. We don’t usually expect you to repeat subjects you have already passed at another university or college, or to study topics you have already mastered through work or other experience.

Get in touch to find out more.

If you need some help to meet the entry requirements for undergraduate study, the following pathway program allows you to gain credit towards a Bachelor of Business (Marketing) degree from CSU Study Centres.

Find out more about the Advanced Diploma of Management at Martin.