The Quantitative Business Analysis specialisation is designed to produce graduates with the ability to use quantitative and analytical techniques to add value in a business environment. This involves building models of business problems and analysing business data. These analytical skills are sought after in all areas of business, for example in operations, in marketing, in finance and in accounting. Students may be seeking skills for use within current employment areas; or they may be looking towards future employment in analysis roles.
Postgraduate units of study from these subject areas are also available under the following courses (without specialisations).
The Commerce programs draw on the strengths of the University of Sydney Business School to help students develop the advanced skills and knowledge required for a high-level position in industry, commerce and government. These programs offer specialised training in one or two of the following areas: accounting, banking, business and security, business and society, business decision sciences, business information systems, business law, business statistics, economics, employment relations and human resource management, entrepreneurship, finance, governance, international business, marketing, organisational analysis and strategy, strategic management, supply chain and logistics management, taxation and transport management. The Commerce award courses are coursework programs and are taught primarily in the evening.
Timetables for all Business Analytics units of study are available on the University of Sydney Business School timetable pages.