At a glance
Combine studies in the broad discipline areas of humanities and the social sciences with a professional business course and open-up almost unlimited career choices.
Business Majors: Accounting, Financial Planning, Human Resource Management, Marketing, Property, Social Innovation
Arts Majors: Creative and Professional Writing, English and Cultural Studies, Geography and Environmental Studies, History, Liberal Arts, Social Enquiry
* OP/SR/ATAR details provided on this page are from Term 1, 2017. Entry ranks are to be used as a guide only as they are subject to change each year.
* International students residing in Australia on a student visa must study full-time on-campus.
Completion of the Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business will prepare you to pursue employment opportunities in fields and roles such as:
- arts management
- human resource management
- public relations
- administration officer or manager
- quality manager
- human resources manager
- logistics manager
- marketing manager
- information systems manager
- business manager
- purchasing and materials manager.
Depending on your chosen area of study there may be a number of professional associations that you may be eligible to apply for.
Marketing graduates may be eligible for membership with the Australian Marketing Institute (AMI) and the Australian Market and Social Research Society (AMRSR).
Management graduates may be eligible for membership with the Australian Institute of Management (AIM).
The Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business dual degree course is designed for students whose career aspirations may be best served by combining a multidisciplinary degree course providing opportunities to pursue studies in the broad discipline areas of humanities and the social sciences, with a professional business course.
Students will be able to combine social science and humanities disciplines in their core studies and the flexible structure of the Bachelor of Arts component will give graduates broader perspectives on the contemporary world and develop their critical, analytical and problem-solving skills.Students will also be able to undertake studies across a range of business and other related disciplines.This approach will suit students who believe that they will be better served in their careers by acquiring an understanding of a wide range of business areas and operations.
Why Study at CQUniversity
Our Humanities and Professional Communication courses aim to provide you with a multidisciplinary education that will give you the opportunity to gain knowledge in a range of disciplines.
Wide choice of study areas
Choose from arts, including a number of dual degree options. Our range of arts courses will provide you with the opportunity to experience a variety of perspectives, methodologies and learning styles. You will explore disciplines that study the way humans recognise, record and debate human practices, meanings and values.
You will have the opportunity to gain crucial lifelong learning and transferable generic skills, such as critical thinking and problem solving. You will be able to apply these skills to a range of employment opportunities and life situations.
The flexible structure of CQUniversity's humanities and business courses encourages you to tailor your course by combining a selection of majors and minors.
Structure and assessment
You are required to complete 32 units, comprising of: