Bachelor of Commerce

Boost your employability with JCU Commerce. Get a head start with tailored industry experience and build your network through practical learning opportunities. In assisting individuals at tax time or navigating trade with international businesses, your studies will equip you with the knowledge and skills to drive success in a diverse career.

Transferable skills

Expand employability opportunities through elevated thinking

Industry experience

Benefit from internships and an opportunity to have a business mentor

Broaden your horizons

Gain international experience with study abroad opportunities


Online study is only available to off-shore students


  • Online: January, May, September
  • Townsville: January, May, September
  • Cairns: January, May, September
  • Singapore: February, May, September
  • Brisbane: January, May, September



+estimated annual tuition fee for a full-time study load

Plus Student Services and Amenities fee
Scholarships and financial aid available if eligible

Fees currently displayed are indicative only. 2024 fees will be uploaded by October, 2023.


3 years full-time

Part-time study available for online students

Entry Requirements

Recommended Knowledge

English (Units 3/4,C), Mathematical Methods (Units 3/4,C)

English language requirements

Band 1

If your native language is not English, you must meet the minimum English language requirements for this course.

View the international entry requirements for this course



Course detail

Real stories

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    Siddarth Roche

    Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)

    I gained real-world connections and deep financial knowledge in this course, which provided the right formula for success in my job search. The small classes provide an excellent opportunity for stimulating discussions on global economic trends but also for pioneering research in the Honours component.

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    Suhithri Paranamanage

    Bachelor of Commerce

    I chose a regional university rather than a major city because the help you receive is personal and tailor-made for you. The lecturers know you by name and introduce you to their professional networks. For me, the biggest strength of the course is the Work Integrated Learning modules paired with the internships.

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    Gresham Congoo

    Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Accounting

    I work for PwC’s Indigenous Consulting, which is a majority-owned and staffed Indigenous consulting business. It has offices all over Australia. It is partly owned by PwC, which is one of the largest professional services firms in the world. I’ve been with PwC’s Indigenous Consulting for just over five years now.

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    Jodie Maxfield

    College of Business, Law and Governance

    JCU’s Bachelor of Commerce offers practical, hands-on experience through work-integrated learning. We have amazing support mechanisms available, such as first year coordinators and mentors who will help students get started and succeed in their studies.

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    Paul Sapelli

    Director - Jessups (Audit and Assurance)

    Thanks to JCU’s work-integrated learning program, we appreciate that students are work-ready by the time they graduate. And, being a local firm with offices in Cairns and Townsville, it makes perfect sense for us to source our audit graduates from JCU’s North Queensland campuses.