About the School of Business
The School of Business is one of four Schools of the University of New South Wales located at the ADFA campus in Canberra. Originally established as the School of Economics and Management in January 1986, it was renamed as the School of Business in 2005.
Undergraduate, postgraduate and research students work in a supportive, stimulating and friendly environment to gain an understanding of the forces shaping modern economies, how to handle and work with them as managers, and how to lead the way for change.
The Bachelor of Business (BBus - 4405) degree is the mainstay of the undergraduate program and also contributes major sequences of study in economics and management to the Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Bachelor of Science (BSc) programs.
The School offers a flexible approach to postgraduate coursework study. It offers the following programs in distance and intensive modes:
The accredited Master of Project Management program is jointly delivered by the School of Business and the School of Engineering & Information Technology.
The School of Business has adopted an interdisciplinary research approach essential for the study of business issues in a changing and uncertain world. This approach draws together the disciplinary backgrounds of its academic staff members, many of whom have achieved international recognition for their research. These disciplines include economics, law, accountancy, finance, leadership analysis, education and project management.
The key research areas in the School of Business are Governance & Strategic Decision Making, Public Sector Management, and Logistics & Business Systems Modelling.
The School of Business at UNSW Canberra, together with the UNSW Business School at UNSW in Kensington, is an accredited member of The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International.
To create and disseminate business knowledge for the benefit of students, organisations and society. The School of Business at UNSW Canberra develops leadership capabilities for the Defence and public sectors, business, academia and the not-for-profit sector, with the capacity to succeed globally.
To be recognised globally as a leading research-intensive business school renowned for its students and staff, teaching quality, relevance and innovation.