What will I learn?

Explore the inner workings of business marketing, strategy and culture, with activities and workshops to boost your creative thinking skills. This is the only combined degree of its type in WA.

Develop the kind of business knowledge, skills and new ways of thinking you can use to bring fresh ideas to existing organisations or create your own business venture.

When you graduate, youÕll have the confidence to make a difference in both corporate and small business settings, or the skills you need to work for yourself. To expand your career prospects even further, you can choose to specialise in Accounting, Banking, Business Law, Finance, Global Business and Politics, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Human Resources Management, International Business, Management or Marketing.

9 reasons to study Commerce + Entrepreneurship and Innovation

  • This degree is not offered anywhere else in WA.
  • Think creatively to solve problems in a range of business and commerce workshops, rather than sitting in a one-way lecture.
  • Create a business product or service, develop it and have the chance launch it in your final year.
  • Double your career opportunities, graduating with two qualifications.
  • Work with real organisations on real projects as part of our work integrated learning program.
  • Join professional networks and build valuable connections through our academics and their close relationships with industry.
  • We consulted with our academics, industry contacts and students in designing this course Ð so your skills and knowledge will be relevant when you begin your career.
  • Take advantage of Launchpad, where you can connect, collaborate and create with local business and industry.
  • Book a session with our Entrepreneur in Residence- Jeremy Chetty, former Murdoch student, successful entrepreneur and co-founder of Student Edge. Jeremy runs sessions on how to create your own start-up and can mentor and share his experiences with you.

Some of the things youÕll learn

  • Entrepreneurial marketing
  • Cultures of innovation
  • Entrepreneurial strategy
  • Resourcing an entrepreneurial venture
  • Law and the entrepreneur

Your future career

Graduating with a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation opens up many career opportunities. You could work for yourself or work within any industry or sector.

Just some of the roles you could explore include:

  • Entrepreneur/Business Owner
  • Intrapreneur (you could be a manager within a company who promotes new product development and marketing)
  • Account Executive
  • Business Analyst or Manager
  • Chief Executive Officer/Chief Financial Officer

You could work in state and federal government, non-governmental organisations (known as NGOs), not-for-profit organisations, marketing, business, property and more Ð the list is endless.

Which department am I in?

Business and Law



Study options

Full Time (4 years)

Tuition fees
A$29,131.00 (15,78,061) per year
This fee is for 2020 and may subject to change
Start date

28 February 2022


Murdoch University

Perth Campus,

90 South Street,


Western Australia,

6150, PERTH, Australia

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Applicants must have General Certificate of Education Advanced Level (A-Level) - D in English Language or English Literature or Knowledge and Inquiry. Academic International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Overall 6.0 with no band below 6.0; Test of English as a Foreign Language - IBT (TOEFL IBT) - 73 with no band less than 18; Test of English as a Foreign Language - Paper Based (TOEFL - Paper Based) - 534 (Test of Written English not less than 4.5); Cambridge Advanced English prior 52 with no section less than Borderline; Cambridge Advanced English after 169 overall with no band below 169; Occupational English Test (OET) - OET with a minimum of C in the four components; Pearson Test of English (PTE) 50 with no band below 50.

For international students

Applicants are required to complete secondary education (Year 12 or Australian equivalent) currently or within the last two years are eligible to apply. Entry requirements vary country by country.

Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT): 140 Written English; International English Language Testing System (IELTS): 6.0 Overall; Cambridge Advanced English (CAE): 169 Overall; Pearson Test of English (PTE): 50 Overall; Test of English as a Foreign Language Ð IBT (TOEFL IBT): 73 Overall; Occupational English Test (OET): C (250-290) Reading; C (250-290) Writing; C (250-290) Speaking; C (250-290) Listening

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

Pathways options

Offered by other partners

This university accepts pathways courses from
  • Canning College
  • Phoenix Academy
  • TAFE Western Australia
  • West Australian Institute of Further Studies
  • International Institute of Business & Information Technology (IIBIT)