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Comments about Bachelor of Commerce (Applied Accounting) - On Campus - Bentley - Western Australia
Do you want to work with figures and finance but love keeping up with new technologies too? This major, which can be undertaken as part of the Bachelor of Commerce, is specifically designed for people interested in accounting and its relationship with technology. You will examine accounting computer software and explore the issues and opportunities created by the expansion of e-commerce. You will examine methods of auditing technologies and address the additional challenges that the electronic age poses for the accounting profession. This major offers you the flexibility to undertake additional units to qualify for CPA Australia or Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia accreditation.
TEE Applicable Mathematics or Discrete Mathematics desirable.
Bachelor of Commerce (Applied Accounting)
307021 v.2 Applied Accounting Major
This major focuses on accounting and its relationship with technology. Specifically examining accounting computer packages, it explores the issues and opportunities created by the expansion of e-commerce, examines the methods of auditing accounting technologies, and addresses additional challenges that the electronic age poses for the accounting profession. In concentrating on accounting and related topics, this program will be beneficial to applicants who are seeking a more practically oriented degree, specifically applicants who hold relevant work experience and who do not require CPA Australia or the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA) accreditation to gain or continue an accounting career. This major is not accredited by either of the professional accounting bodies in Australia. However, additional units may be undertaken to attain accreditation if desired. There are no electives/optional units in this program.
Subject to approval by the University, the Indonesian Institute of Accountants has confirmed that they will fully accredit this major. The National Institute of Accountants (NIA), an Australian accounting body, have also reviewed the proposed major and have indicated their willingness to recognise it for the purpose of attaining NIA accreditation. Additional units may be undertaken upon completion of the major to qualify for membership of CPA Australia and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA).