As a graduate of the Bachelor of Business Professional Practice, you will have the skills and knowledge for employment in large corporations, government, small to medium enterprise and small business, not for profit organisations to lead change in response to the developing nature of the economy and its effect on business activity, decision making and investment.
You will be prepared for jobs that are growing or yet to be defined, alongside those training for professional occupations that may be more resistant to change.
Depending on the majors, minors and elective subjects you choose, you will be able to pursue roles in accounting, economics, financial planning and analysis, law, marketing and digital marketing, UX, EX and CX, logistics, business behaviour, public relations, ethical sourcing and procurement, data analysis and management, human resources and more.
New jobs are emerging, often as the result of disruptions and megatrends. Recently, new occupational groups have formed due to high demand for specialised and hybrid skills and knowledge in areas such as nanotechnology, big data, data analysis, digitalisation, AI and automation, and the green and circular economies. You might build yourself a career in agility coaching, diversity and inclusion, social innovation, concept development and analysis, or entrepreneurship.
The Bachelor of Business Professional Practice gives you the tools to forge a path all your own. No matter which route you choose to take, you will have the skills to achieve great things in your selected field.
If you are completing the Financial Planning and Tax minor you cannot undertake this minor, as there is an overlap of subjects.