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Combining the Bachelor of Business Analytics and the Bachelor of Business will equip you with the skills needed to thrive in the global business economy. You will gain a firm understanding of the Australian and global business environments immersing you in contemporary business practice, whilst exploring the benefits, and challenges of big data analytics and data visualisation.
Areas of study: AI for business; big data; business analytics; business intelligence; business modelling; data management; data visualisation and effective communication; entrepreneurship and innovation; governance, policy and political economy; human resource management; international business; leadership and management; marketing; sports management; tourism management.
Career opportunities: General and operations manager, financial manager, accountants and auditors, management analyst, market research analyst, marketing specialist, product and brand manager, business development manager, marketing coordinator.
Professional recognition: The Newcastle Business School is accredited with the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, earned by fewer than 5% of the world's business programs.
Practical experience: Through work-integrated learning opportunities and guest lectures from leading industry professionals you'll gain valuable real-world experiences.
Fees and charges: Refer to University of Newcastle current fee information.
Recommended studies: Any 2 units of English, Mathematics Advanced.
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