Faculty of Business and Law

The Faculty of Business and Law comprises of Curtin Law School and Curtin Business School; which ranks in the top ten business schools across Australia. It stands at the forefront of contemporary debate and analysis and strategic forecasting.

Our innovative, practical teaching delivers leading-edge business knowledge producing highly sought-after graduates.

Curtin Business School (CBS) is the largest of our study areas and one of the most comprehensive business teaching facilities in Australia. CBS has earned a strong international reputation as a school that has consistently educated and developed industry ready professionals for the global business community.

CBS is made up of four discipline-based schools offering specialised undergraduate, postgraduate and research programs in their discipline area as well as facilitating cross-discipline opportunities.

Curtin Law School (CLS) aims to provide a transformative legal education, professionally focussed, aimed at producing law graduates capable of judgement based on ethical and professional standards, deep discipline knowledge, international perspectives, and a strong understanding of the Rule of Law.

Each school has an advisory board consisting of business leaders to ensure their courses remain relevant and closely aligned with the direction of their specific industry. Where relevant, courses include work placements, study tours and industry programs within an actual business environment.

The courses offered are designed, wherever possible, to conform to the membership standards of the relevant professional bodies that students are likely to become associated with after graduation.

What graduates are doing

Our programs equip graduates with the skills and knowledge to pursue a variety of careers as accountants, economists, lawyers, marketers and managers, in fields such as human resources, tourism, real estate and sport administration.

Research and development

Our faculty’s focus is on applied research that produces substantial benefits for both business and the general community and contributes to the economic and social growth and development. The faculty actively conducts research that is expanding the frontiers of knowledge in the business and legal environment.

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