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Overview

The School of Business and Law offers a comprehensive range of courses with major specialisations, as well as specialist industry-focused degrees.

Our broad areas of study include Business, Law and Planning, with all courses delivering relevant theory, practical work experience and generic employability skills.

The School’s Business Edge program was the first in Australia to teach workplace employability skills, such as leadership, critical thinking and problem solving, to better prepare graduates for a rewarding and successful career.

The School also offers an extensive range of postgraduate business and law programs, including our popular MBA degree.

Hear from more students on our ECU YouTube channel.

Courses

The school offers a diverse and exciting mix of courses that are developed in consultation with industry groups and combine the latest theory with hands-on, practical experiences.

Research activity

The School of Business and Law is proud of its research achievements and is committed to continuing its high quality and innovative applied research.

News & events

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ECU Business Flashlight – Towards dignity and respect at work

A forum for academic researchers to engage in a collaborative dialogue with industry and government on relevant issues in business and management.

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Two in a row for ECU law students

Concetta Macri won the best mediator award at a major law competition in Hong Kong recently, making it the second year in a row an ECU law student has won the award.

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Why are Australians choosing to drink vodka?

It’s one of the world’s most popular spirits – but what’s making us choose to drink vodka over other beverages?

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