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Combined degrees

As a student at the UniSA Business School you will have the opportunity to pair two single degrees to create your own combined degree program. Combining degrees enables you to specialise in two fields, providing you with choice, flexibility and increased employer value at the start of, and throughout, your career.  You study two undergraduate degrees or two postgraduate degrees simultaneously in less time than two single degrees and without having to apply for the second degree through SATAC. 

Key features

  • Specialise in two fields and gain a competitive advantage when entering your chosen career.
  • Complete a combined degree and graduate with double the opportunities in less than double the time.
  • You will receive two parchments, one for each degree.

You can select from any combined degree options in areas such as:

  • accounting*
  • economics, finance and trade
  • finance*
  • human resource management
  • information and strategy management
  • innovation and entrepreneurship
  • international business
  • legal studies
  • logistics and supply chain management
  • management
  • marketing
  • marketing and communications
  • property
  • sport and recreation management
  • tourism and event management

Additional degree combinations with other disciplines may also be available upon request.

*Undergraduate students interested in combining Accounting and Finance should refer to the DBCD program.

Note: It is not possible to combine degrees with DHLA Bachelor of Laws (Honours). Please refer to the Study Law webpage for possible double degrees with Law. 

Select an undergraduate degree to view your options

Choose one of our Business degrees from the drop-down list below to discover all of the possible combined degree combinations available.

Contacts for assistance

Please contact the Business School at if you would like to discuss your options further.

To apply, complete the internal transfer into a combined degree form and return it to Campus Central.