Bachelor of Business Management

Embark on a career journey rich with opportunities with our Bachelor of Business Management degree. From day one, immerse yourself in foundational courses designed to forge adept professionals equipped with financial literacy, grounded management principles, and a keen understanding of the dynamic market landscape.

As your educational journey unfolds, delve deeper into specialized areas such as service design and operations, complemented by an exploration of economic theories and their managerial applications. Cultivate the leader within you through studies in authentic leadership, alongside learning the ropes of business law and organizational communication, all tailored to foster innovation and strategic thinking.

Your final step before stepping into the professional world is a capstone project that mirrors real-world challenges, coupled with a professional placement to gain hands-on experience. Graduate with a comprehensive skill set, prepared to contribute effectively from the start in a variety of business environments, ready to embrace a future of endless potential.

The Bachelor of Business Management has two built in exit qualifications – the Associate Degree of Business Management and Diploma of Business Management.

Offshore Students: 

Offshore students can receive 20% off total tuition fees if they enrol for 2024 intake dates.

Onshore Students:

Onshore students can receive 30% off total tuition fees if they enrol for 2024 intake dates. 

*High achiever scholarships available contact us for further information

Career Opportunities for Graduates

Total 24 Units (75 credit points)

Level Core Elective Units Work Integrated Learning Unit Total Units
100 6 2 - 8
200 6 2 - 8
300 5 2 1 (WIL) / Capstone Project (6 credit points) 8

Career Pathways

Academic Excellence

Networking Opportunities

Student Support

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

The Bachelor of Business Management is designed to position graduates for success as professional business managers in any industry. Every organisation in every industry requires management professionals, with skills to oversee the performance of teams, optimise operations and maximise a company’s potential for profit.

The Bachelor of Business Management has been designed to provide a foundation in discipline and enterprise areas relevant to business graduates and expected by employers of business management graduates. International business, ethics, sustainability, innovation, and strategy permeate the course, representing areas of knowledge where graduates will have substantial awareness and advanced skills. Students will have the ability to engage with projects where there is an opportunity to experience and reflect on failures and successes. Through this, they develop resilience and self-reliance as well as relevant knowledge and skills.

The Bachelor of Business Management offers students the opportunity to engage with a range of electives so they can pursue areas of interest. The electives are in discipline areas which are interrelated and enable graduates to contribute to the contemporary business context meaningfully. This allows students to choose any specialisation or combination of units they wish in the digital marketing and entrepreneurship specialisations, to build a bespoke business management degree and therefore gives them a wide range of employment choices.

Due to the rapidly changing environment especially in the job market, the Bachelor of Business Management is focusing on future-proofing graduates with the graduate qualities and learning outcomes so that they can adapt and strive in their career progression. 

The Bachelor of Business Management has two built in exit qualifications – the Associate Degree of Business Management and Diploma of Business Management.

In this Bachelor course, students complete one Work Integrated Learning (WIL) and Capstone Project unit (WIL301, core professional placement components), at the end of their third-year study. The WIL unit is completed over a study period and provides students with a wealth of hands-on practical work experience.

At the end of the Bachelor of Business Management course, you will choose a specific area of focus within business, marketing, and entrepreneurship as a major project to assess your abilities in addressing contemporary issues or problems in the area in which you may forge a career. There is no better preparation to make your mark in any sector of the business arena than with a Bachelor of Business Management.

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
Learning Outcome 1: Determine appropriate specialist knowledge and application of relevant analytical frameworks and techniques for business contexts.
Learning Outcome 2: Analyse the application of relevant business principles, theories and strategies for diverse situations and stakeholders.
Learning Outcome 3: Critically appraise the evolving local and international business environment to anticipate impending changes to future proof the enterprise through innovation.
Learning Outcome 4: Collaborate with a variety of stakeholders to identify and solve unpredictable business problems through coherent sharing of knowledge and ideas.
Learning Outcome 5: Synthesise business and management knowledge, skills, and concepts to solve problems and make decisions required to complete a consulting or other project independently and in teams.
Learning Outcome 6: Apply specialist technical and professional knowledge and skills to operate ethically and sustainably in complex business environments.
Learning Outcome 7: Evaluate individual professional practice through critical reflection and judgement to inform continuous learning and improvement of work practices.

Applicants with Recent Secondary Education (within the last 2 years)
Applicants for admission into IGI undergraduate courses must meet the following requirements:
• Year 12 in Australia with a minimum ATAR score of 60; or
• Recognised overseas qualification equivalent to Year 12 or above International Academic entry requirements

Applicants with Vocational Education and Training (VET) study
• Australian Certificate IV (AQF 4) or higher

Applicants with Higher Education study (bridging or enabling course)
• Recognised Foundation Studies course

Applicants with Work and Life Experience (Mature Age Applicants)
Applicants who are aged 21 years of age or over, who have finished secondary education more than two years ago, and who have had little or no tertiary study experience must demonstrate through appropriate work and life experience that they can undertake study at the required level. Evidence must be provided to demonstrate a reasonable prospect of success through:
• Appropriate, relevant work experience and/or
• Formal, informal, or non-formal study, completed or partially completed and/or
• Special Tertiary Admission Test (STAT) percentile rank or equivalent

Approved Articulation Agreements
Applicants may be granted direct entry through an approved articulation agreement. These articulation agreements provide pathways between a completed qualification from an external institute into a qualification at IGI. The Articulation Agreement may identify specific credit into an IGI award or may establish admission only. The Academic Board approves Articulation Agreements, and IGI will regularly report to the Academic Board on the progression of such students. If students entering IGI via an Articulation Agreement are not progressing as expected even after the implementation of intervention strategies, the Articulation Agreement will be reviewed and, in some cases, may be cancelled.

English Requirements
Approved English Test Score
Bachelor’s and Associate degree
• IELTS Academic: Overall 6.0, with no band less than 5.5; or
• PTE: Overall, 50 with no band less than 42
• Cambridge English C1 Advanced: Overall 169 with no band less than 162
• IELTS Academic: Overall 5.5, with no band less than 5.0; or
• PTE: Overall, 42 with no band less than 36
• Cambridge English C1 Advanced: Overall 162 with no band less than 154

IGI reserves the right to waive the English Language requirement if the prospective student meets the following criteria:
• One of the following qualifications completed within the last two years:
o Successful completion of AQF Level 4 or higher at an Australian RTO or Higher Education provider
o Successful completion of one-year Higher Education study in Australia
o Successful completion of a Foundation Studies program in Australia
• Senior secondary study undertaken in English from the following countries: American Samoa, Botswana, Canada (excluding Quebec), Fiji, Ghana, Guyana, Ireland, Jamaica, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, New Zealand, Nigeria, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Singapore, Solomon Islands, South Africa, Tonga, Trinidad and Tobago, United Kingdom, United States of America, Zambia, Zimbabwe
• Malaysia Secondary School qualifications SPM1119 Grade C in English; STMP grade C in English Literature; UEC grade B5 in English
• Successful completion of an English for Academic Purpose course that satisfies the English requirements before commencing the degree at IGI. The English for Academic Purposes course must be undertaken at one of IGI’s approved ELICOS providers.

IGI reserves the right to ask a student to provide an English language test result.

Level 100
Unit codeUnit nameUnit typePre/Co-requisitesCredit points
FIN101Fundamentals of Financial LiteracyCore 3
BUS101Introduction to ManagementCore 3
MKT101Introduction to MarketingCore 3
STA101Data Driven Decision MakingCore 3
BUS102Service Design and OperationsCore 3
ECO101Economics for ManagersCore 3
 Elective Level 100Elective 3
 Elective Level 100Elective 3
Level 200
Unit codeUnit nameUnit typePre/Co-requisitesCredit points
BUS201Creativity and Innovation for BusinessCore 3
BUS202Business LawCore 3
BUS203Organisational Communication and CultureCore 3
BUS204Authentic LeadershipCoreBUS1013
BUS205Project ManagementCore 3
BUS206Digital BusinessCore 3
 Level 200 ElectiveElective 3
 Level 200 ElectiveElective 3
Level 300
Unit  codeUnit nameUnit typePre/Co-requisitesCredit points
BUS301Ethics and SustainabilityCore 3
BUS302Agile Business PracticesCore 3
BUS303Innovation and StrategyCoreBUS2013
BUS304Strategic Change ManagementCore 3
BUS305Business Model GenerationCore 3
 Elective 300Elective 3
 Elective 300Elective 3
WIL301Professional Placement and Capstone ProjectCore (WIL)Completion of 48 credit points from level 100 units  & Level  200 units6
List of Electives
Level 100
Unit codeUnit namePre/Co-requisitesCredit points
MKT102Consumer BehaviourCo-req MKT1013
DMKT101Digital Marketing: An Introduction 3
DMKT102Digital Toolkit 3
DMKT103Writing Digital Marketing Contents 3
ENT101Foundations of Entrepreneurship 3
ENT102Venture Ideation and Validation 3
ENT103Design Thinking and Lean StartUp Methodologies 3
Level 200
Unit codeUnit namePre/Co-requisitesCredit points
MKT201Marketing ResearchMKT101 & STAT1013
DMKT201E-commerce Development 3
DMKT202Integrated Marketing CommunicationsDMKT1013
DMKT203Analytics and DataSTAT1013
ENT201Funding and Financial ModellingFIN1013
ENT202Selling and Negotiation StrategiesBUS2033
ENT203Marketing for Entrepreneurs 3
Level 300
Unit codeUnit namePre/Co-requisitesCredit points
DMKT301Social Media MarketingDMKT2033
DMKT302Digital Marketing StrategyDMKT2033
DMKT303Digital and Emerging Technology Marketing 3
DMKT304Digital Branding 3
MKT301International MarketingMKT1023
ENT301Venture Growth Strategies 3
ENT302Future Trends and Entrepreneurial Ventures 3
ENT303Venture Model and LaunchMKT1013

Work integrated learning (WIL301) is a professional placement and capstone subject in the third year of the bachelor course. The purpose of the WIL is to provide an important opportunity for students to apply the theory and practice learned and continue to improve and apply their knowledge and skills in a real workplace professional setting. Students combine this with a workplace-based project with a focus on problem identification and research.

The work integrated learning unit, is a crucial part of a student’s program of study at IGI.
The single WIL unit consists of a minimum of 150 hours of placement, with the student completing a range of assessments throughout the unit of study.

Assessment methods

Assessment is an information gathering process with the aim of improving, evaluating, and understanding students’ learning to determine how well performance matches the expectations and learning outcomes of the unit.

Assessment tasks that make up a component of the total score for a unit
have clear marking criteria highlighting the learning objectives, outcomes and
expectations to achieve a particular grade. Specified unit learning outcomes are assessed through a combination of:
• individual and group tasks; and
• formative and summative tasks.

Formative assessment is the gathering of data on student learning during an instructional or classroom encounter. It helps to identify concepts or skills that students are not learning well, and to take steps to improve student learning while the course is still in progress. Examples include:
• presentations.
• participation in group assignments or in class learning activities.
• simulations.

Summative assessment is the gathering of data on student learning at the conclusion of a subject, as a basis for judging student knowledge and skills.
Examples include:
• case studies.
• literature reviews.
• reports or essay writing.
• quizzes.
• reflective journals (when completed at the end of a unit)
• assignments (when completed at the end of a unit)


Trimester 1

Trimester 2

Trimester 3


8 February

23 May

 5 September


12 February

27 May

9 September


1 March

14 June

27 September


9 May

23 August

6 December


13 May – 26 May

26 August – 5 September

9 December- 2 February


17 May

30 August

13 December

IGI is committed to ensuring that our graduates are equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to be highly successful in their endeavours. 

Embark on a rewarding career journey where the opportunities are as limitless as your ambition.