The Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Economics is designed to produce graduates with an advanced knowledge and broad range of skills across the different disciplines of business and economics. On graduation you will be able to adapt to change and future challenges to contribute to the commercial and social wellbeing of your community. You will develop the ability to apply evidence-based decision making, problem solving and critical analysis through authentic learning activities and communication with diverse audiences. The course offers a range of flexible study options, including full-time and part-time study, as well as delivery in on-campus, blended and off-campus modes. In completing the Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Economics, you will undertake a suite of core units enabling and developing your business and economics knowledge, as well as generic skills, by exploring ideas and critical issues giving you the opportunity to acquire knowledge from a diverse range of disciplinary perspectives across the University for real world applications. This degree will allow you to develop specialised knowledge in your chosen business and economics disciplines selected from Accounting, Business Economics, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, Management, and Tourism for the BBus component and Economic Foundations, Economic Analysis and Environmental and Resource Economics for the BEc component.