Commerce (DBCC) and Commerce (Accounting) DBCA Students


Program information

Program Home Page

Elective Courses

There are different rules about electives in the two programs. Please ensure that you refer to the correct document.

Useful documents


Workload Expectations


Your Career


Student enquiries

The Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) are large program/degrees. So please contact the appropriate people who can assist you or please go to these links for information about your query.

In alphabetical order, here are areas we frequently receive queries about.

Appointments with the Program Director and the Program Advisor

Please book a face-to-face or a telephone appointment by contacting the Hub, ground floor Yungondi building, 8302 7141.

Campus Central is your one stop shop for administrative enquiries, from enrolment to graduation.

Careers

This is a major part of studying with us at UniSA. For more information, please go to 'Your Career'

Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) requests international students

Please book a face-to-face or a telephone appointment by contacting the Hub, ground floor Yungondi building, 8302 7141.

Credit applications

Studied a course at another institution and hoping to claim credit for it in the degree? Please submit your credit application to Campus Central City West. Please provide the originals and photocopies of certificates and transcripts which accompany your credit application.

Electives

The final word and some guidance from the Program Director, including the electives needed for CPA Australia and Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand membership. Please go to 'Program Information', 'Elective Courses'.

Enrolment advice

For enrolling advice including key dates, myEnrolment queries, technical support e.g. login, username and password problems and contacts who can assist, please visit Enrolment Support.

Exam information

For exam information, including exam timetables and exam venues, click here.

Forms

(Please submit forms at Campus Central). Please see below for Leave of absence forms.

Future student queries

Graduation

Internal transfer between programs

Hoping to transfer to a different degree? Campus Central has the form. Please submit the form, queries about the transfer application and queries about the progress of the transfer application to Campus Central. Please visit this page for more information about transferring degrees.

International student support

International student support, counselling and international student officers at the Learning and Teaching Unit.

Key dates

For example, Census date and the final date to withdraw without fail (W), please see key dates and timetables.

Learning advice

Confidential counselling, and a range of student learning workshops at the Learning and Teaching Unit.

Leave of absence forms

Please submit the form at Campus Central.

International students need to first see an international student officer at the Learning and Teaching Unit to start their leave of absence application.

Login issues

For username and password problems with email and enrolling, please contact Campus Central City West.

Notification/academic review letter

Please book a face-to-face or a telephone appointment by contacting the Hub, ground floor Yungondi building, 8302 7141.  Academic review is not conducted via email in the Commerce degree.

SAIBT graduate study plans

For both full-time and part-time study, including credit you will receive and how to lodge credit applications. Please go to 'Program Information', 'Study Plan - SAIBT graduates'.

Study planning

Please contact the Undergraduate Program Hub and please read 'Program Information', 'Elective Courses'.

Summer and winter school

Please visit this page for the list of courses available and enrolment information.

Supplementary exams in selected Commerce degree courses

Please refer to emails sent to Commerce and Commerce (Accounting) degree students in selected accounting and business courses where there are supplementary exams. These emails will be sent in the latter part of study period 2 and 5. Please note that supplementary exams are not applied for or requested. They are awarded as part of the moderation of grades that occurs before grades are released.

TAFE graduate Accounting Advanced Diploma and Diploma study plans

For both full-time and part-time study, including credit you will receive and how to lodge credit applications. Please go to 'Program Information' 'Study Plan - TAFE graduates'.

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