Business

Whether you travel the world for international business, enter the finance field or launch a marketing agency — a career in business means opportunities. It’s up to you which one you chase, but no matter your goal, we can help you reach it. And with us, you’ll get more than your usual business degree. You’ll learn how to act in business to create positive and sustainable change.

Business. But not as usual

A degree that belongs on your bucket list

Your time with us is about more than finding a career. It’s also about discovering new places and experiences. As our student, you can complete part of your degree overseas, and you’ll also get access to participating in a range of international community engagement projects.

International community engagement or internship
Overseas study tour
Semester abroad
Short exchange

Nathan Lansakara
Accounting and finance graduate
“My time at ACU has given me so many positive memories. What resonates with me the most is the opportunities I’ve had to complete components of my degree overseas. I felt privileged to volunteer in Vietnam teaching English to young seminarians. I also studied overseas through the Paris Outbound Program. Nothing compares to studying in a different country surrounded by new experiences.”
Dr Wendy James
National Deputy Head of School, Peter Faber Business School

Associate Professor Dr Wendy James is a fully certified management accountant (CMA), as well as a certified practicing accountant (CPA).

Dr James has worked at a number of universities including Charles Darwin University (CDU) and Torrens University Australia (TUA), where she was part of the international Laureate group of universities. Dr James has a wealth of experience teaching courses in financial and managerial accounting and information systems, and has taught at undergraduate and postgraduate levels at universities in Australia and Dubai.

Dr James' current research interests include: accounting education management, accounting and control systems, performance management, organisational change, public sector financial management and strategic management accounting in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors.