The Faculty of Business and Law offers a comprehensive range of Business courses with 14 major specialisations as well as specialist industry-focussed degrees; Law & Criminology courses focussing on social justice; and Sport, Event, Tourism & Hospitality Management courses, all designed to give you relevant theory, practical work experience and key employability skills.
The Faculty’s ECU Business Edge employability skills program aims to develop capabilities such as leadership, critical thinking and problem solving, alongside theory and work experience opportunities, to better prepare you for a rewarding and successful career when you graduate.
Faculty of Business and Law courses are relevant and practical, with many professionally recognised or accredited by professional industry organisations.
Similar courses have been grouped together under these study areas, to make it easier for you to navigate to your area of interest.
For those seeking career advancement and professional development, we offer a comprehensive choice of postgraduate business and law courses, delivered through our dedicated graduate school.
Putting his studies into practice in real life situations has helped ECU law student Dave Endersby come out on top in an international law competition in Hong Kong.
The year 2014 was the Centre for Innovative Practice’s first year as a Level II ECU Research Centre. It was a productive year for CIP with a number of highlights.
A project to teach senior citizens technology skills has helped a team of ECU students to finish runner up in a national volunteering competition.
"With an ATAR of 97.65 I had many options before me."
Accounting and Finance student
"I have been able to tailor my studies to suit my work and family commitments."
The Faculty of Business and Law is proud of its research achievements and is committed to continuing its high quality and innovative applied research. Find out more about research: