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Bachelor of Business - Bachelor of Psychological Science

With an advanced understanding of human behaviour and motivation, a Bachelor of Business — Bachelor of Psychological Science will empower you with the skills to maximise your employability and stand out in your future workplace. Your critical thinking, decision-making skills and knowledge of business operations will be bolstered by an understanding of what motivates employees and how to create healthy, productive work environments.

Tailor your degree

Align your subjects with your career goals

#1 in Queensland

for median graduate salary 2024 Good Universities Guide, UG Psychology

Industry experience

Benefit from internships

Location

Commencing

  • Townsville: February, July

Fees

$13,865.00+

+estimated annual Commonwealth Supported Fee for a full-time study load


Plus Student Services and Amenities fee
Fee deferral and scholarships available if eligible

Duration

4 years full-time

or part-time equivalent

Entry Requirements

ATAR 64

English (Units 3/4,C)

QTAC Codes

  • 311551

Course detail

Real stories

  • JCU Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Psychology posing for a profile picture

    Student

    Aimee Cameron

    Bachelor of Business - Bachelor of Psychological Science

    JCU provides me the opportunity to continue living and working in the tropics, while studying a joint degree that allowed me to follow both my professional and personal passions. I have been continually impressed by the lecturers and staff at the university and their support and encouragement.

  • Student – Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Psychological Sciences

    Student

    Olivia Riordan

    Bachelor of Business - Bachelor of Psychological Science

    The practical placement is the best part about the course as you can experience a career in the industry whilst being a student. You gain invaluable knowledge and a unique viewpoint into how these two rapidly growing sectors interact with each other and how particular factors will influence the workforce.

  • Alf Kuilboer Academic Head Management, Governance & Tourism

    Lecturer

    Alf Kuilboer

    Senior Lecturer

    This degree cultivates a balance between academic theory and practical ability, both valuable and sought after skills by employers in psychology and business. You will understand how human psychology impacts business, combined with knowledge in the practical elements required for managing a sustainable business.

  • Dr Kerry McBain

    Dean

    Dr Kerry McBain

    College of Healthcare Sciences

    Having an understanding of human behaviour - what motivates people, how they perceive the world, and why they make the decisions they do - is invaluable knowledge in business. The joint degree gives students a solid grounding in both the principles of business and of human behaviour.