Graduate Certificate in Commerce (GradCertCom)
|Credit Points Required||24|
|This program is not available |
to international students.
The Graduate Certificate in Commerce has been revised for students commencing in 2012.
The Graduate Certificate in Commerce is for students who wish to undertake a short academic training course for career purposes, or who would like to experience further study options to ascertain whether a graduate diploma or master's program would be suitable. It is also an entry point for students with extensive work experience but without a previous academic qualification. Students can choose to progress to the graduate diploma or master's course in Commerce after successful completion of the graduate certificate (with a WAM of 65%).
|Full-time (minimum duration)||Part-time|
|0.5 years||1 to 3 years|
Note: Students who commenced their degree prior to 2012 should refer to the course structure and resolutions in the faculty handbook for the year they commenced. Archived handbooks can be accessed on the Handbooks website.
Please Note: The following structure is for students commencing study in this course from 2012. Students who commenced study prior to 2012 may choose to follow this structure or complete their course according to the structure set out in the handbook of the year they commenced their study in this course (see Handbooks archives).
To be awarded the Graduate Certificate in Commerce, students must successfully complete a total of four units of study (24 credit points), comprising:
- one core unit of study (six credit points)
- two to three foundational units of study (12 to 18 credit points)
- up to one elective unit of study (6 credit points)
Please Note: The structure and progression for the Graduate Certificate in Commerce have been revised for students commencing from 2012. The details are outlined above. For 2011 continuing students please refer to the information available from the following link:
Core unit of study
Students must complete the following core unit of study in their first semester of enrolment.
Foundational units of study
Students select two to three units (12 to 18 credit points) from the following units of study.(i) Foundational units from the University of Sydney Business School:
- ACCT5001 Accounting Principles
- BUSS5002 Business Fundamentals (new for 2015)
- CLAW5001 Legal Environment of Business
- FINC5001 Capital Markets and Corporate Finance
- IBUS5001 Strategy, Innovation and Global Business *
- IBUS5002 Strategy, Innovation and Entrepreneurship *
- IBUS5003 Global Business *
- INFS5001 Project Management
- INFS5002 Digital Business Foundations (new for 2015)
- ITLS5000 Foundations of Supply Chain Management ^
- ITLS5100 Transport & Infrastructure Foundations
- MKTG5001 Marketing Principles
- QBUS5001 Quantitative Methods for Business
- TPTM5001 Logistics and Supply Chain Management ^
- WORK5003 Management and Organisations
(ii) Foundational units from the School of Economics (Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences):
* IBUS5002 and IBUS5003 replace IBUS5001 from 2013.
^ ITLS5000 replaces TPTM5001 from 2014.
Note. Students commencing study prior to 2014 are able to count the unit BUSS5001 as a foundational unit for their course.
Elective units of study
Students select their optional elective from under the following subject areas. The electives must be a non-foundational unit of study.
- Aviation and Maritime Management and Logistics
- Business Analytics (formerly 'Quantitative Business Analysis')
- Business Information Systems
- Business Law
- Business Sustainability
- Infrastructure and Transport Management
- International Business
- Logistics and Supply Chain Management
- People, Management and Organisations (formerly 'Management and Organisations')
- Project Management
- Quantitative Finance
- Strategy, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (formerly 'Strategy and Innovation')
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foundational or elective unit
Please Note: The information listed in this program of study example is meant as a guide only. Students should always check the requirements for individual units of study before enrolling. Students are usually able to complete the units of study for their course in different sequences to that listed above (including studying in Summer or Winter School sessions). You are advised to plan your program based upon your individual needs and to contact the Student Information Office if you need any assistance in planning your progression in your course.