Postgraduate coursework specialisations
Master of Commerce
The following areas of specialisation are available to students commencing their study in the Master of Commerce from 2011.
Areas of specialisation from the University of Sydney Business School
- Business Information Systems (formerly titled Integrated Business Solutions)
- Business Law
- International Business
- Logistics and Supply Chain Management
- People, Management and Organisations (formerly titled Management and Organisations)
- Project Management
- Quantitative Business Analysis
- Quantitative Finance
- Strategy, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (formerly titled Strategy and Innovation)
Areas of specialisation from the School of Economics (Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences)
Majors (Pre-2011 continuing students)
Pre-2011 continuing students enrolled in the Master of Commerce and related combined degrees, including the combined Master of Commerce and Master of Professional Accounting degree, should refer to the handbook of the year they commenced their degree for details of the following majors. Archived handbooks can be accessed on the Handbooks website.
Subject areas for majors
|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|
|Organisational Analysis and Strategy||Quantitative Finance||Strategic Management|
|Supply Chain and Logistics Management||Taxation||Transport Management|
* Please Note. Business and Society and Governance specialisations are only available for students who commenced their degrees prior to 2009.
The requirements for these majors is available in the Handbook for the year students commenced their degree or can be downloaded here: Pre-2011 Majors for the Master of Commerce and combined Master of Commerce degrees
Master of Economics
These majors are only available to continuing (pre-2011) students. Continuing students enrolled in the Master of Economics should refer to the handbook of the year they commenced their degree for details of the following majors. Archived faculty handbooks can be accessed on the Handbooks website.
- Financial Economics
Details of the requirements for each of these majors/specialisations can be downloaded from the following link: Master of Economics majors (specialisations) - pre-2011 continuing students