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For students who are unsure of their future careers, the pursuit of programs in general studies may be of interest. General studies are broad by design, meaning that it is like a buffet of academic programs, allowing students to see what interests them.
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The Bachelor of Commerce (Liberal Studies) complements the professional business related studies and accreditation of the Bachelor of Commerce with additional studies in
Bachelor of Commerce - Liberal Studies
The Bachelor of Commerce (Liberal Studies) complements the professional business related studies and accreditation of the Bachelor of Commerce with additional studies in languages, humanities, and sciences. This four year (full-time) program gives students the opportunity to develop enhanced communication skills and an unrivaled breadth of knowledge from the study in subject areas from both the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and the Faculty of Science.
To be awarded the Bachelor of Commerce (Liberal Studies), students must successfully complete a total of 192 credit points, comprising:
Two compulsory junior units of study (12 credit points)
At least 24 credit points of units of study from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (Table A subject areas)
At least 12 credit points of units of study from the Faculty of Science
Two majors - One selected from the subject areas specified under 'Major I subject areas' and one selected from the subject areas specified under 'Major II subject areas'
No more than 96 credit points in junior units of study (1000-level)
At least 108 credit points in units of study from the Business School and School of Economics ( a maximum of 84 credit points in units from other faculties/non-Business School and Economics subject areas)