Course code: #C000130
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In Macquarie’s Bachelor of Commerce, you’ll study extensive and integrated foundation units that will orient you to commerce and business.
Cybersecurity governance involves developing, applying and maintaining a framework of standards, processes and activities that secure an organisation against cyber risk.
The Cyber Security Governance major brings together studies in:
Information technology and systems, business processes, cybercrime, ethics, management, blockchain, accounting and finance, and law and governance are covered in this program.
It provides you with a skill set that maximises your ability to plan for all manner of security challenges and to lead effective responses.
You’ll examine key cybersecurity governance concepts and principles from a business perspective. And you’ll acquire the know-how to evaluate and develop frameworks to manage cybersecurity risk and compliance.
|Cost of living||1 person||$10,752|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$11,300|
Duolingo overall 115 with no band less than 110*
*Duolingo English Test (DET) is accepted as a COVID measure for applicants from mainland China only up until 30 November 2023.
The following online English tests are no longer recognised as of 1 May 2023:
Students who do not meet the English language requirements but are otherwise eligible for a program of study may be issued an offer that includes an English preparation program at the Macquarie University English Language Center (i.e., a packaged offer).
International students with a packaged offer can apply for a single student visa covering their English preparation program and course of study at Macquarie University.
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To apply for an undergraduate program, international students will need to have completed one or more of the following academic qualifications:
If you don't have the assumed knowledge, you're advised to include a mathematics or quantitative methods elective unit in your first year of study.
If you have completed at least a Year 11 equivalent qualification and need additional academic support or further English skills to enter the first year of your undergraduate degree, these programs are for you.
The Standard Foundation program is designed for students needing extra academic and English support before they are undergraduate-ready. You need to have completed at least a Year 11 equivalent qualification to apply.
The Intensive program is designed for students needing extra academic support before they are undergraduate-ready. You need to have completed a Year 12 equivalent qualification to apply.
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