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BUSINESS
1 year February and July
RM38,213 Malaysian student
RM43,680 International student 2021 fees per year

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS AND COMMERCE ( HONOURS )

KPT / JPT ( R2 / 340 / 6 / 0494 ) 03 / 25 - MQA / SWA0110
CAREER PATHS Graduates will have a highly respected qualification that positions them well for employment in multinational corporations , government and non-governmental organisations , and universities .
Successfully completing this course will also provide you with the critical foundation necessary to pursue a PhD .
This additional one-year course offers advanced study in one of the specialist Business areas .
Research centered with a structured introduction into the conduct of business and economics-related research , this course will enable you to solve practical problems from a broader intellectual perspective .
If you plan to pursue a research degree , completing the course with first-class honours may fast-track you into the Monash Doctoral Program ( PhD ) without having to first complete a master ’ s degree by research .
Specialisations
• Accountancy
• Applied economics
• Banking and financial management
• Business analytics
• Business law and taxation
• Econometrics and business statistics
• International business management
• Management
• Strategic marketing
Course structure
A . COURSEWORK ( 24 points ) Develop advanced theoretical and / or technical knowledge of your discipline and appropriate research methodologies .
• Research methodology 1
• Research methodology 2
• Directed studies 1
• Directed studies 2
B . RESEARCH ( 24 points ) Plan and execute a research project under the guidance of an academic supervisor .
• Research project and report
Entry requirements
ELIGIBILITY
An Australian undergraduate degree ( or equivalent )
Average requirements
Distinction ( 70 %) 1
Prerequisites
English : Monash ’ s minimum requirements apply .
1 Average grade over 24 points of studies at Level 3 in the relevant area of business .
The years at Monash have been some of the best in my life . Monash was special because it was more than just education . It taught me how to turn failure into success , and that what matters is that you persist despite all obstacles .”
SAFAATH AHMED ZAHIR
Bachelor of Business and Commerce
After graduating from Monash , Safaath founded Women and Democracy , a non-profit that aims to increase female representation in policy and decision-making in the Maldives , and co-founded Women on Boards , the first Maldivian organisation to advocate for women in leadership positions .
Her outspoken advocacy garnered Safaath international recognition . She ’ s the recipient of the Queen ’ s Young Leaders Award and the Monash Distinguished Alumni Award , and was named one of Forbes ’ 30 Under 30 in Asia . She ’ s also one of 17 young people to be recognised by the United Nations for community leadership . One day , Safaath plans to run for office .
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