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Diploma of Commerce

The Diploma of Commerce provides students with an overall perspective of business and the acquisition of fundamental skills, which are essential for their course and career. Business degree programs at ECU have a large practical component and are designed in consultation with industry, professional bodies and government organisations.

Your direct pathway to Edith Cowan University

High School

 

2nd year Edith Cowan University

 

Fees 2018

Program CRICOS Course Code Duration International Students Australian Students FEE-HELP

Diploma
(Year 1)

092032G

2 or 3 trimesters

$21,300
($2,662 per unit)

$12,500
($1,562 per unit)

Available for Australian students

Diploma
(Year 2)

092032G

2 or 3 trimesters

$28,400
($3,550 per unit)

$12,700
($1,587 per unit)

Available for Australian students

 

Your Commerce pathway

if you have…

✓ Completed Year 12 (or the equivalent in your country).

Diploma of Commerce (Year 2)

8 university equivalent units studied over 2 or 3 trimesters. Equivalent to Year 1 of the respective ECU bachelor degree.

Direct Entry into Year 2 at ECU

Choose from the bachelor degrees listed below.

 


or if you have…

✓ Completed Year 11 (or the equivalent in your country).

Diploma of Commerce (Year 1)

8 units studied over 2 or 3 trimesters to embed fundamental academic skills.

Diploma (Year 2)

Equivalent to Year 1 of the respective ECU bachelor degree.

 

Location

Duration

8 or 12 months

Intakes

February, June, October

Diploma of Commerce (Year 1) units

Student must complete the following units:

  • Workplace Communication - Employability
  • Introductory Computing
  • Introductory Mathematics
  • Communication Skills
  • Project Management
  • Introductory Accounting
  • Introductory Marketing
  • English Language Enhancement

Diploma of Commerce (Year 2) units

Student must complete the following core units and major specific units:

Core units

  • Business Communication and Analysis
  • Management
  • Professional and Academic Communication

Plus a combination of major-specific core units and electives from the following:

  • Accounting
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Quantitative and Statistical Techniques for Business
  • Rooms – Division Management
  • Managing the Service Experience
  • Legal Framework
  • Information Systems for Business
  • Marketing Principles and Practices
  • Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism

Entry into 2nd year of

  • Bachelor of Commerce (majors in, Accounting, Accounting & Finance, Event Management, Finance, Hotel Management, Human Resource Management, International Business, Law in Business, Management, Marketing, Planning, Project Management, Sport Business, Tourism and Hospitality Management) - 8 units (120 credit points)
  • Bachelor of Marketing Advertising and Public Relations - 8 units (120 credit points)
  • Bachelor of Hospitality and Tourism Management - 8 units (120 credit points)

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