Certificate in Commerce
The Certificate in Commerce (CertCom) is an option if you want to add commerce content alongside your non-commerce degree, or do not want to study the full Bachelor of Commerce degree.
Possible qualification structure for Certificate in Commerce
Each block represents a 15-point course.
For full course requirements see the Regulations for the Certificate in Commerce.
The Certificate is made up of 60 points (four standard courses) at 100, 200 and/or 300-level, from courses listed in the Bachelor of Commerce Schedule C.
The CertCom can be completed in 6 months full-time, or up to 4 years part-time.
Credit from your completed courses can be transferred to the Bachelor of Commerce (and some other degrees), as long as you have not graduated with the Certificate beforehand.
60 points (four standard courses) towards the CertCom can be chosen from any of the subjects within the Bachelor of Commerce Schedule C:
The Certificate in Commerce is good preparation towards the full Bachelor of Commerce degree.
As a commerce graduate, you could work in numerous and varied roles from being an accountant, economist and financial analyst, through to being an operations manager, marketer, and information systems specialist. You could become a manager, consultant, or be your own boss.
Find out more about what you can do with a degree from UC.
See Tuition Fee Structure for more information
|2019||60||Banded Fee - total tuition fee dependent on course selection||$3,224 - $3,336|
|2019||60||Accounting; Economics; Finance; Management; Marketing (Band 2)||$3,224|
|2019||60||Computer Science (Band 3)||$3,402|
|2019||60||Information Systems (Band 6)||$3,336|
|2019||60||Special (Set) Programme Fee||$12,500|
For assistance with planning your programme of study contact the Liaison Office (new students), or a UC Business School | Te Kura Umanga Student Advisor (advancing students).
For the full degree requirements see the Regulations for the Certificate in Commerce. For more information on facilities, resources, and staff see the College of Business and Law | Te Rāngai Umanga me te Ture.