"I’m working at two small businesses now, and my time in the Diploma of Business has helped shape me into someone who can add value above and beyond my job description. I’ve been able to utilise some of the basic accounting skills taught to tap into some fun and challenging areas in both organisations. The teaching from AC on integrity in business and the importance of personal character have seen me find favour with both bosses and my co-workers."
Diploma of Business Graduate
BREAK INTO BUSINESS WITH AC
You’ll be trained by experienced business leaders, industry mentors and specialist lecturers in a supportive and small group environment.
Our courses uniquely combine business skills like management, leadership and accounting with a Christian worldview, so you can learn to integrate your faith with your vocation.
Church and not-for-profit leaders will learn about marketing, building sustainable organisations, understanding the legal environment today and how to be a good financial steward.
Graduates of our Bachelor of Business with an Accounting specialisation are recognised by the Certified Practicing Accountants of Australia (CPA) and Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand (CA).
We have partnered with businesses in the Hunter region of NSW, along with St Philip’s Christian College, to produce a school-based entrepreneurship and work experience program.
Students in Years 11 and 12 will join a stream offering a Diploma of Business, guaranteeing them entry into a Bachelor of Business.
Do you have an idea you want to bring to life? A problem you want to solve? A Business you want to grow?
We’ve partnered with Seed for that.
Aged 25-40? Committed to discipleship? Desire for Christ-like leadership?
We’ve partnered with Arrow for that.
You can launch a business of your own, be a pioneer in industry, lead a church or not-for-profit organisation.
AC graduates have gone on to positively impact the world, like Adrian Chen, who co-founded a global reusable coffee cup business, with the innovative cups made from discarded coffee husks.
Pictured: Adrian Chen, Entrepreneur and Co-Founder of Huskee Coffee Cup
INNOVATIVE DOUBLE DEGREES
The first of their kind in Australia, the Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Ministry, and the Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Theology combine the best from our business and ministry/theology programs.
This is an integrative course which meets the vital need of developing and supporting Christian leaders for 21st century ministry and business. And at 3 years for a Bachelor of Business, why not add just 1 more year to complete a double degree?
“There are plenty of ways to make a difference in business. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if more people understood that having a successful business and finding solutions to realworld problems, especially environmental and social ones, aren’t mutually exclusive?”
AC Graduate, Entrepreneur and
Co-Founder of Huskee Coffee Cup
"I’m working at two small businesses now, and my time in the Diploma of Business has helped shape me into someone who can add value above and beyond my job description. The teaching from AC on integrity in business and the importance of personal character have seen me find favour with both bosses and my co-workers."
Diploma of Business Graduate
"The reason I picked Alphacrucis is because of the quality of education it has, the Christian values it provides the students as well as the fact that it has been there for 70 years. The reason I have had such good employment opportunities is that Alphacrucis has taught me skills I never thought that I would have and the Christian values that it gives have been integral in making the right decisions in my workplace."
Bachelor of Business Graduate
*16% higher than the national average. UG Federal Government’s Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching 2018. QILT.edu.au.
^Postgraduate Business and Leadership, 2018 QILT Survey. QILT.edu.au.
**Subjects with required face-to-face delivery, such as Social Science and Education practicals, will meet physical distancing measures and required hygiene practices. Based on the latest Government advice, we are planning for a gradual return to face-to-face teaching for students who can attend campus.