For those ambitious individuals keen to get an entry to a business qualification, but who may not be able to get into university in the usual way, then the Certificate in Commerce could be the answer. You may be able to study at ACU using the Certificate in Commerce as an alternative entry pathway.
- Applicants for this course will be considered based on their previous studies, work experience, community engagement activities and any other relevant information that tells us you have the drive and the capacity to succeed in an undergraduate business course. The course does not have an entry ATAR.
- The Certificate in Commerce provides a broad understanding of key commercial and business concepts. It is a non-award course, meaning you will not gain a qualification by the end. You will, however, be able to study units available in the Bachelor of Commerce degree and if you satisfy the units’ assessment requirements you can apply for entry into the Bachelor degree. The successful completion of two units in the Certificate in Commerce provides an alternative pathway into the Bachelor of Commerce for domestic, fee-paying students, who will be granted credit for the units they’ve already successfully completed.