Bachelor of Business (Marketing) @ CSU: Albury-Wodonga

Bachelor of Business (Marketing)

The Bachelor of Business (Marketing) prepares graduates for work as a marketing manager, whose role involves product launch, research and maintenance of brand image, and the production of marketing campaigns.

UAC Code

212201 (at Albury-Wodonga campus)
212207 (at Bathurst campus)



Degree  Length

3 years full-time



Degree Structure

3 core subjects (24 credit points) + 4 foundation subjects (32 credit points) + 8 specialisation subjects (64 credit points) + 9 electives (72 credit points) = 192 credit points




Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Melbourne (study centre), Sydney (study centre)

Students learn about marketing products to consumer groups, drawing from principles of psychology, and the use of brands and products to develop customer loyalty and satisfaction through sales and promotion.

Marketing strategies will be examined in relation to the individual consumer, the consumer as a part of their peer group, as well as marketing products to business and corporations. Students will also gain practical experience in the marketing field by undertaking work placement.

Core Units: Business Economics; Organisations & Management; Ethics, Sustainability & Culture.

Course Requirements

2012 ATAR




2013 ATAR

65.00 (at Albury-Wodonga campus)
65.00 (at Bathurst campus)



Entry Requirements

HSC or equivalent

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