Our Bachelor of Business (Marketing) gives you the business skills to engage and influence valuable customers, develop brand loyalty and execute strategic marketing campaigns.

Throughout this course, you will discover the role that marketing plays in the success of contemporary organisations and examine the industry’s trends, responsibilities, needs and opportunities.

You’ll also learn how to apply marketing theories and practices in an ethical context. You will also learn about the basics of other business practices, such as Business Law and Finance.

Through work placement, you’ll experience the marketing industry first hand – and gain practical skills to complement your theoretical knowledge, learning from those who are well-positioned and respected in your chosen field.

This degree has been developed in consultation with the Australian Marketing Institute (AMI) to ensure our students are taught the most relevant and up to date information.

Career Outcomes

Some of the possible career outcomes for a graduate of the Bachelor of Business (Marketing) are:

  • Marketing Coordinator
  • Assistant Product Manager
  • Assistant Channel Manager
  • Junior Brand Manager
  • Sponsorship Coordinator
  • Marketing Research Assistant
  • Industry Communications Manager
  • Sales Manager
  • Digital Marketing Coordinator
  • Digital Account Executive
  • B2B Marketing Consultant
  • Social Media Specialist

Diploma > Degree

Completed a previous Diploma qualification? You could be eligible for course credits which could reduce the time of the Degree by up to one year.

Degree > Masters

Interested in getting a Masters? Graduates now have a direct pathway to complete graduate certificates, diplomas, and master studies at Torrens University Australia and the other business schools at the university, Chifley Business School and Real Madrid Graduate School Universidad Europa. For example, pathway opportunities exist for enrolment into a Master of Business Administration (MBA), MBA (Sports Management) or Master of Global Project Management. Check out torrens.edu.au for more details.



Study Options  Domestic Australian students  





Study options

International students

International students may only study full-time and on campus (The Rocks and Brisbane Campus only, with the option to complete up to a third of the course online)
Start Dates February, June, September

For specific dates visit the website

Course Length Full-time: 3 years

(9 study periods of 12 weeks, including internship, plus breaks)

Accelerated: 2 years

(6 study periods of 12 weeks, including internship, plus breaks)

Part-time: 4-6 years

(18 study periods of 12 weeks, including internship, plus breaks)


Upfront payment Upfront payment Payment Options – Domestic Australian students Upfront payment

This means tuition fees will be invoiced each trimester and payment is required on or before the due date.


FEE-HELP is Australian Government’s loan scheme for higher education degree courses.

Further information within this Course Information Sheet

It can assist you in paying for all, or part of, your course fees. Repayments commence via the tax system once your income rises above a minimum threshold. Just like with any other debt, a FEE-HELP debt is a real debt that impacts your credit rating.

Course study requirements 10 hours study required per subject, per week, during a trimester.

e.g. If you undertake two subjects in a trimester, the study requirement is 20 hours each week.




Subjects have a range of assessment options to suit the students’ requirements and circumstances.

Methods of assessment may include individual assignments based on live briefs, group assignments, project reports, presentations



Sydney Campus

Brisbane Campus

Delivered by APM College of Business & Communication (APM) at Torrens University Australia




Torrens University Australia Ltd is registered as a self-accrediting Australian university by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA). CRICOS Course code 090279A


Provider obligations Torrens University is responsible for all aspects of the student experience, including the quality of course delivery, in compliance with the Higher Education Standards 2015 Accrediting body   TORRENS UNIVERSITY AUSTRALIA LTD
Course Fees  For details, refer to the website


Any other fees For details, refer to the website


Essential requirements for admission: No additional requirements


The table below gives an indication of the likely peer cohort for new students at the institution. It provides data on students that commenced undergraduate study and passed the census date in the most relevant recent intake period for which data are available, including those admitted through all offer rounds and international students studying in Australia.

Applicant background Trimester 1 2018
Number of students Percentage of all students
(A) Higher education study
(includes a bridging or enabling course)
5 25%
(B) Vocational education and training (VET) study <5 <5
(C) Recent secondary education:

·        Admitted solely on the basis of ATAR
(regardless of whether this includes the impact of
adjustment factors such as equity or subject bonus points)

6 30%
·        Admitted where both ATAR and additional criteria were considered
(e.g. portfolio, audition, extra test, early offer conditional on minimum ATAR)
0 0%
·        Admitted on the basis of other criteria only and ATAR was not a factor
(e.g. special consideration, audition alone, schools recommendation scheme with no minimum ATAR requirement)



(D) Work and life experience
(Admitted on the basis of previous achievement other than the above)
<5 <5
International students 6 30%
All students 20 100.0%

Notes:        “<5” – the number of students is less than 5.

N/A – Students not accepted in this category.

N/P – Not published: the number is hidden to prevent calculation of numbers in cells with less than 5 students.



Where to get further information:

Torrens University


Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT)


Admission Criteria
Applicants with higher education study


·        A completed higher education qualification at AQF level 5 (diploma) or above, or equivalent, from an Australian University or another accredited higher education provider


·        Successful completion of at least 1 EFTSL (equivalent full time student load, or one full year) of an AQF level 6 (Associate Degree) or above, or equivalent, from an Australian University or another accredited higher education provider

Applicants with vocational education and training (VET) study


·        A completed vocational education qualification at AQF level 4 (Certificate IV) or above, or equivalent, from a registered training organisation (RTO)


·        Successful completion of at least 1 EFTSL (equivalent full time student load, or one full year) of an AQF level 5 (Diploma) or above, or equivalent, at a registered training organisation (RTO)

Applicants with work and life experience


Demonstrated ability to undertake study at the required level:

·        broadly relevant work experience (documented e.g. CV), demonstrating a reasonable prospect of success; OR

·        formal, informal or non-formal study, completed or partially completed, demonstrating a reasonable prospect of success; OR

·        written submission to demonstrate reasonable prospect of success; OR

·        discipline specific portfolio (art and/or design).

Applicants with recent secondary education (within the past two years) with ATAR or equivalent

(for applicants who will be selected wholly or partly on the basis of ATAR)

Minimum ATAR required for consideration: 60
English Language Proficiency

(applicable to international students, and in addition to academic or special entry requirements noted above)

Equivalent IELTS 6.0 (Academic) with no skills band less than 5.5

ATAR profile for those offered places wholly or partly on the basis of ATAR in Trimester 1 2018.

(ATAR-based offers only, across all offer rounds) ATAR (OP in QLD)
(Excluding adjustment factors)
Highest rank to receive an offer * 99
Median rank to receive an offer # 83.45
Lowest rank to receive an offer * 59

Notes:* “<5” – indicates less than 5 ATAR-based offers were made

Other Admission Options

(For applicants who will be selected on a basis other than ATAR)

Special Entry:

Applicants in any category whose study, work or life experiences have been impacted by disability, illness or family disruption will be given special consideration for admission. Each application will be considered on its merit, based on the evidence supplied by the applicant attesting to the circumstances of the applicant. Applicants for special entry may need to complete written or numerical tasks to assist with assessing eligibility for admission.

How to apply

Advanced standing/academic credit/recognition of prior learning (RPL)

You may be entitled to credit for prior learning, whether formal or informal. Formal learning can include previous study in higher education, vocational education, or adult and community education. Informal learning can include on the job learning or various kinds of work and life experience. Credit can reduce the amount of study needed to complete a degree.

Applicants admitted based on prior higher education study may be eligible for Advanced Standing in the form of credit and/or recognition of prior learning (RPL) under the Torrens University Australia Credit Policy.

  • Students with completed subjects may be eligible for specified credit and/or elective exemptions
  • Students who have completed a qualification at AQF level 5 (diploma) or above may be eligible for block credit (where a block credit agreement exists)
  • Students with a mix of formal study and informal and/or non-formal learning may be eligible for recognition of prior learning in addition to any credit approved.

Credit will not be applied automatically. Applicants must apply for credit and/or RPL as early as possible prior to each study period, with applications not accepted after week 2.

For further information about credit and recognition of prior learning, please see /apply-online/course-credits.

Campus facilities and services

All campuses are designed to provide students with professional spaces in which to learn and work. They have been planned with student study needs in mind with well-equipped accessible learning spaces as well as student breakout areas for group work and spending time with friends.

Facilities and Services include:

  • The Customer Service Hub – our friendly and experienced staff can give help and advice about courses, your enrolment and campus life, including all services and activities on campus.
  • Counsellors are available for students to consult with on a range of personal issues
  • Student wireless access throughout the Campus
  • Student break-out and relaxed study spaces for group work
  • Student lounge areas – most with microwaves, kitchenette facilities and vending machines
  • The Learning Hub, home to the Learning Support Team, encompasses Learning Skills A0dvisors, Learning Technology Advisors, and Library & Learning Skills Officers. It provides an integrated, holistic support program for students throughout the study lifecycle within a library/collaborative study environment.

The service includes:

  • Support and workshops with highly qualified staff in the areas of Academic skills, Library skills, and Technology skills, both on campus and online.
  • Physical and digital resources relevant to studies, such as books, journals, multimedia, databases
  • Self-check kiosks for library loans and print and copy facilities


Success Coaches

Our Success Coaches are industry and education experts who leverage your strengths to align your learning with your broader life purpose. With a focus on career goals, and trained in Gallup Strength methodologies, your Success Coach will take a strengths-based approach to helping you set your learning and career goals.

Partnering with you for the duration of your studies, the Success Coach is here to make sense of all of the learning experiences, including readiness for and securing of work integrated learning, placements, internships and opportunities in internal enterprises.  All of our coaches are industry professionals, which will give you that inside edge you’ll need to be successful in your chosen career.

Irrelevant of how you like to learn, our coaches are there for you.  Coaching can take place online, or on campus.  Our main priorities are to make sure that you are always well connected and motivated, that you are successfully completing your desired subjects, and that you gain valuable knowledge and experience through participation and engagement, whilst always aligning to your natural talents.

A positive student experience

Torrens University values the importance of a positive student experience, and therefore has robust processes to resolve student complaints.  The Student Complaints Policy, and associated procedures, can be access from the website.

Paying for your qualification

We offer two payment options for this course:


Upfront payment

If you want to complete your qualification debt-free you can choose to pay as you go. This means tuition fees will be invoiced each trimester and payment is required on or before the due date using EFTPOS, credit card or Flywire.


FEE-HELP is Australian Government’s loan scheme for higher education degree courses.

It can assist you in paying for all, or part of, your course fees. Repayments commence via the tax system once your income rises above a minimum threshold ($54,869 in 2016-17). Just like with any other debt, a FEE-HELP debt is a real debt that impacts your credit rating.

Further information about FEE-HELP, including eligibility, is available at:

FEE-HELP website

FEE-HELP booklets

Austudy and Abstudy

Students enrolled in this course may be eligible for government assistance, such as Austudy or Abstudy.


The course of study is made up of:

  • Core subjects: There are 8 core subjects (80 credit points) found within the Bachelor award; 4 of these core subjects (40 credit points) are at the foundation (100) level. This structure provides students with a broad generalist business foundational platform upon which their chosen specialism and electives can be scaffolded.
  • Core specialism: There are 8 core specialism subjects (80 credit points)
  • There are 8 electives which may be chosen from any of the TUA undergraduate courses {pre-requisites permitting}, 1 elective {10 credit points} must be chosen at the 200 level and 1 elective {10 credit points} must be chosen at the 300 level.


The Bachelor of Business (Marketing) course structure is three years (240 credit points) in duration (normal full time). 8 subjects (10 credit points each) per year is deemed a normal full time load.  Students can fast-track the completion of the degree by taking 4 subjects (40 credit points) per trimester over six trimesters.

To be awarded the qualification students must complete all 8 core, 8 core specialism and 8 electives


Subject details Recommended Study Pattern
Level 100 Core
Subject title, descriptor Full-time Part-time Accelerated
BIZ101 Business Communications

This subject introduces students to the concepts of business communications and transferable academic skills. This subject presents an analysis of the types of communication processes which occur in the internal and external business environment, including an examination of the theoretical underpinning of communication in businesses. Emphasis is placed on writing skills, reports, and presentations, and using technology to communicate. The course will provide students with research skills (information literacy), critical analysis, writing and language techniques. Transferable skills including time management and teamwork are incorporated in the course. The aim of this subject is to provide knowledge and skills needed for Higher Education, to help students to manage their own success and to assist students in reaching their academic potential.

Trimester 1 Trimester 1 Trimester 1
BIZ102 Understanding People and Organisations

This subject introduces students to the concept of an organisation, and their role within the organisational context. The student will explore the impact of their relationships and emotional intelligence within a business context, as well as developing the skills to foster effective workplace relationships and to learn how to continue to develop and refine these skills in the workplace. Students will gain an understanding of the idea of cultures within organisations, and how their actions interact within these relationships.

Trimester 1 Trimester 2 Trimester 1
MKT101A Marketing Fundamentals

Students will gain a solid foundation in the marketing discipline introducing relevant and contemporary concepts, theories and models. The unit magnifies the importance of understanding consumer behaviour, market segmentation, targeting and positioning, the extended marketing mix and ethics in marketing.

Trimester 2 Trimester 3 Trimester 1
BIZ104 Customer Experience Management

This subject explores how a customers’ perceptions – both conscious and subconscious – effect their relationship with a brand’s value proposition. Students will explore how a customer’s interactions with a brand during the customer life cycle will determine levels of customer satisfaction. Students will analyse Customer Journey Mapping techniques, Employees engagement in the customer experience strategy and metrics of satisfaction, loyalty and advocacy.

Trimester 2 Trimester 4 Trimester 1
Level 200 Core
BIZ201 Accounting for Decision Making

The subject aims to provide non-accounting students with a broad, business-based introduction to the conceptual foundations of accounting and finance. The use of management accounting information assists in key areas of planning, controlling, reporting, and decision making. It introduces students to basic concepts and functions of the balance sheet, profit and loss statements, cash flow statements, techniques for analysing financial statements investment decisions, full costing and opportunity costing analysis and managing working capital.

Trimester 4 Trimester 6 Trimester 3
BIZ202 The Business Environment

This subject covers the analysis of the macro and micro influences on a business’ strategy and operations. Includes the interactions of Australia’s legal frameworks and global economic principles and the influence on modern organisational decision making. Students will learn about legacy and modern management styles and their application in a dynamic business environment.

Trimester 4 Trimester 6 Trimester 3
Level 300 Core
BIZ301 Organisational Creativity and Innovation

This course seeks to build the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to succeed as an entrepreneur. These knowledge and skills are then applied to identify and evaluate innovative high-growth product and service opportunities in the context of a start-up, a corporation, a not-for-profit or a government institution. The course equips students with practical skills, including creativity tools, cash-flow modelling, business model analysis and lean experimentation.

Trimester X Final year Trimester 5 or 6
BIZ302 Ethics and Sustainability

This subject is built on broad aspects of sustainable development, corporate responsibility, stakeholder thinking and accountability. It explores how organisations acknowledge their impact of their activities in economic, social, and environmental terms. Students will examine why organisations around the world are increasingly moving to reduce the adverse effects of business operations on their stakeholders and local communities. It discusses some of the most common practices associated with environmental ethics evolving to sustainability ethics. It also examines the link between social responsibility and corporate governance.

This course will equip you with a set of tools for managing and leading organisations more ethically and sustainably.

Trimester X Final year Trimester 5 or 6
Specialism Subjects
MKT103A Integrated Marketing Communications

Integrated Marketing Communications provides students with a contemporary view on the use of all different promotional tools available to marketers today such as sales promotions, direct marketing, advertising, personal selling and public relations.

The subject explores how marketers can increase the number of touch points a brand can explore among its target audience in a consistent and effective manner.

Trimester 3 Trimester 4 Trimester 2
MKG102 Consumer Behaviour

This subject introduces students to the main aspects of consumer behaviour, including the societal, family and cultural influences on behaviour. The subject examines vital topics such as consumer learning, needs and wants, motivations, perceptions and experience, and specific consumer behaviours and the factors involved in consumer decision making. Students undertaking this unit are encouraged to critically appraise their own buying behaviour, which in turn assists them in acquiring, critically examining, and communicating information from a range of different sources.

Trimester 3 Trimester 4 Trimester 2
MKG201 Business – 2 – Business Marketing

Business-to-business introduces students to the principles of industrial marketing, also known as B2B. The subject highlights the importance of firms in building strong relationships with their corporate clients in the process of value creation.  Students will develop an understanding of business markets and the business marketing environment and will build upon their knowledge of marketing principles and market segmentation to formulate their own B2B marketing strategy.

Trimester 4 Trimester 7 Trimester 3
MKT202A Marketing and Audience Research

This subject provides students with both theoretical knowledge and practical application of the quantitative and qualitative marketing research process. It begins with the concept of marketing research and the research process. It discusses how to design a research project and define the research question. It identifies primary and secondary data sources, and introduces students to qualitative and quantitative research methods.

Trimester 5 Trimester 7 Trimester 3
MKG203 Digital Marketing Communications

This subject introduces students to the ways in which the internet and new digital and interactive technologies can be used in the development of digital marketing strategies. It also highlights the integration of digital marketing with traditional marketing strategies and practices. It focuses on new digitally orientated business models that add customer value, build customer relationships and increase company profitability. The subject examines vital topics such as digital marketing strategy development and planning, the impact of emergent technologies, social media marketing, web design, digital communications and customer relationship management as well as the ethical and legal issues involved in digital marketing.

Trimester 5 or 6 Trimester 8 Trimester 3
MKT301A Marketing Strategy

This subject introduces students to the concept of marketing strategy and its position within business strategy and organisational goals. It covers the principles and techniques of creating, implementing, and evaluating a marketing strategy, including analysis of market opportunities and formulating marketing strategies for a variety of different business environments. This subject culminates with a discussion of useful tools and techniques for developing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating a marketing plan.

Trimester 7 Final year of study Trimester 4
MKG302 Marketing Consulting Project

This capstone subject enables students to apply theory and learning to practical management in an industry relevant environment. Students will utilise their research skills for real and current management issues on an industry relevant operation and experience personal growth through setting goals, establishing schedules, and accepting responsibility to an organisation and to self for project completion.

Trimester 7 or 8 As above Trimester 5 or 6
IND301A Industry Consulting project

A key element of this course is the placement of the students with an endorsed host organisation to complete a minimum of 400 hours of discipline-based professional work placement. While work experience is a component of the placement, considerable emphasis on the development of workplace knowledge and employability skills such as communication and coordination skills, the role and responsibility of discipline based professionals, and the links between learned theory and practice in the workplace. A key task will be the completion of a reflective journal covering the experience and the identification and analysis of key learning outcomes.

Trimester 9 Last trimester of study Trimester 6


APM was established over 25 years ago by a group of industry professionals, Australian Progressive Marketing. They came to education with a vision to transform students into work-ready professionals by offering them the business skills they needed to embark on successful careers.


In 2016, APM College of Business and Communication partnered with Torrens University Australia which means every student will now graduate with a university qualification.

Torrens University Australia is part of Laureate International Universities, which means APM students will be joining a global network of over 70 institutions, including renowned business schools from around the world.

APM students will continue to enjoy the benefits of a specialised business school: small class sizes, dedicated student support, faster and more flexible learning options and lecturers who are connected to industry. Plus, work placement internships provide students with the practical skills and experience on their CV to be in demand with employers once they graduate.

And now as a partner of Torrens University Australia, all students graduate with a university qualification, benefiting from wider employment opportunities and recognition.

  1. Graduate Job Ready

Every APM Bachelor degree includes 520 hours in APM’s Industry Placement Program industry across the lifespan of your degree, gaining invaluable work experience and business contacts. With a wide range of organisations to select from, we will assist you in finding a placement where you will experience life working in your industry.

Because APM graduates are so highly regarded, many internships lead to permanent employment – so you could graduate with a job waiting for you.

*If you already have relevant industry experience, you may be exempt from part or this entire subject if you meet the specified requirements.

  1. Lecturers and Academic Staff

APM engages lecturers who are industry practitioners with solid experience in their field. Staff are not only educated and qualified in their chosen field, but have industry and corporate experience, giving them a practical knowledge aspect to their teaching. Students not only learn the theory but get to experience their application in the real world, and the knowledgeable staff are always on hand to assist.

  1. Strong industry connections

APM at Torrens University courses are designed and delivered by industry practitioners. What you learn is practical, relevant and up-to-date.

APM is affiliated with a large number of key industry bodies – making us a strong contender in our field. These bodies include:

  • Australian Marketing Institute (AMI)
  • NSW Institute of Sport (NSWIS)
  • Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA)
  • International Special Events Society (ISES)
  • Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS)


I haven’t done any formal studying for some time and am concerned about keeping up. Can you help?

Torrens University offers Learning and Academic Skills Unit (LASU) study skills sessions which are useful especially if you are returning to study after a long time or are unfamiliar with the requirements of formal study. These sessions also provide you with tips on studying, making notes, writing assignments and preparing for exams.

In addition, APM lecturers and staff are always available for advice. You have the option of deferring individual subjects for up to one year so you can study at a slower pace at no additional cost. Many students who are working full-time choose to commence their studies with just one or two subjects while they are getting used to their new work-study lifestyle. You may always pick up additional subjects in future terms also depending on how much time you have to spare.

Is Course Credit available?

Yes, Course Credit is available upon academic approval. For further information please contact a Course and Career Advisor or for more information online visit http://www.think.edu.au/studying-at-think/policies-and-procedures or /about/policies

What materials and equipment will I need to provide?

No specific requirements although students will be expected to have access to a computer and the internet

Where are the APM campuses located?

Even if you study online, all students are welcome to enjoy the facilities at our campuses in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. Each campus is shared with other Think Education and Torrens University colleges, making it a lively community to learn in.

Sydney campus

1-5 Hickson Road,

The Rocks NSW 2000 Australia

Located just a few minutes’ walk from Circular Quay, our new Sydney campus opened in February 2015 and is kitted out with modern facilities, open plan teaching spaces and comfortable student lounge areas. As part of Laureate International Universities Australia, APM students share the campus with students from the other schools at Torrens University Australia and with students from William Blue College of Hospitality Management. The campus overlooks the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House can be seen from the class rooms.

Brisbane campus

90 Bowen Terrace,

Fortitude Valley, Brisbane 4006 QLD

Located a short walk from Brunswick St Mall, the Fortitude Valley train station, our Brisbane campus opened in 2014 and is kitted out with modern facilities, on-site café and comfortable student lounge areas. As part of Laureate International Universities Australia, APM students share the campus with students from other schools at Torrens University Australia and other Think Education colleges. The campus is located in Fortitude Valley from its position on the cliffs, overlooks the iconic Story Bridge, and beautiful cliffs to the Brisbane River.

Melbourne campus

196 Flinders Street

Melbourne VIC 3000

This campus is situated in Flinders Street, right in the heart of Melbourne’s fashionable and trendiest area. As a student, you will enjoy state of the art facilities and a chance to immerse yourself in a creative and stimulating environment.

Melbourne has a reputation as the cultural hub of Australia. This campus is conveniently located close to a multitude of art galleries, restaurants and cafe precincts. It’s also next door to major landmarks such as Federation Square, St Pauls’ Cathedral, Young and Jackson Hotel, the Banana Alley Vaults, the old Herald and Weekly Times building, Melbourne Aquarium and Batman Park – all of which offer a stimulating and colourful range of fashion, food, culture and industry immersion.

Adelaide campus

86-92 Wakefield StreetAdelaide 5000 SA

The Wakefield campus of Torrens University in Adelaide has been built from the ground up with a single purpose in mind – the student learning experience.

Students can take advantage of numerous dedicated study areas, breakout pods and chill-out zones, while having unprecedented access to their learning facilitators – there are no separated, closed-off academic offices in the building. Facilitators hot-desk and share open access with the students so the campus functions as a true democratic learning community.

I’m not sure which course is right for me, can you help?

Our Course and Career Advisors are experts in helping you select the right course to match your career aspirations. Give them a call to talk through your options about courses, study mode, study load, course credits and more.


If you have any further questions, please contact your Course and Career Advisors for additional information.

Email: enquiries@apm.edu.au

Phone: 1300 880 610 (within Australia)

Phone: +61 2 9492 3203 (International)

Website: www.apm.edu.au

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