Provides an opportunity for graduates whose first degree is in an area other than accounting to undertake major studies in accounting and law that will lead to the acquisition of accounting skills and knowledge and the fulfilment of the entry requirements of the accounting professional bodies.
Australian students require completion of an approved undergraduate degree in a discipline other than accounting and overseas students require completion of an approved undergraduate degree recognised under NOOSR guidelines as equivalent to an Australian undergraduate degree.
Master of Professional Accounting
Accountant, Professional Accountant, Financial Planner
This course is available for on-campus study by students with an International student visa.
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
Students are required to complete 180 credit points (12 units) from in the following list.
Unit Description Points
ACC5601 Principles of Accounting 15
ACC5602 Financial Accounting 15
ACC5603 Accounting for Planning and Control 15
ACC5604 Auditing 15
ACC5605 Accounting Theory and Practice 15
ECF5600 Principles of Economics 15
ECF5661 Quantitative Studies 15
ECF5220 Principles of Finance 15
LAW5111 Commercial Law 15
LAW5200 Company Law 15
LAW5300 Taxation Law 15
MBA5709 Information System Challenges
in Management 15