Master of Accounting

Summary

CRICOS course code: 050800J
Level of study: Postgraduate

The Master of Accounting allows students to develop accounting skills and critical thinking. Students with limited or no prior accounting training can undertake courses that allow them to meet the entry requirements of the Australian accounting professional bodies. Students who need additional courses to gain entry to Australian professional bodies can also complete this as part of the program. Students with prior accounting studies will take more advanced accounting courses.
The program is taught by research active academic staff. Students are exposed to professional and scholarly academic accounting research, enhancing their academic and professional competence.
Learning Outcomes
Graduates who have successfully completed the Master of Accounting will have the skills and knowledge to: Integrate contemporary, and advanced theoretical and technical accounting knowledge in a business context; Understand and synthesise a broad range of accounting issues through the lens of accounting and business research; Exercise judgement under minimal supervision to analyse and provide possible solutions to emerging and advanced accounting problems in complex contexts using where appropriate social, ethical, economic, regulatory, sustainability, governance and/or global perspectives; Critically apply advanced theoretical and technical accounting knowledge and skills to evaluate a range of emerging and advanced accounting problems in professional and research contexts; Justify and communicate accounting advice and ideas to both specialists and non-specialists.

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