Master of Applied Accounting

Summary

CRICOS course code: 103370F
Level of study: Postgraduate

The Master of Applied Accounting is a one year program for graduates who wish to equip themselves with essential accounting knowledge and skills, integrated with critical analysis and business research capabilities, that are fundamental to decision making in industry, government and private practice and highly valued by employers. The program is designed for graduates with prior studies in business or economics disciplines and provides them with a strong knowledge base in the core accounting areas and a choice of capstone courses. Students with prior accounting studies can also choose to study advanced accounting courses, including specialist elective courses in public sector accounting, tax and auditing. Students seeking CPA Australia or Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand accreditation are referred to the Master of Professional Accounting or Master of Accounting.
Learning Outcomes
Demonstrate an understanding of essential accounting, accountability and governance knowledge in a organisational context.
Critically apply essential knowledge in the discipline to accounting and business decision making.
Analyse and evaluate contemporary accounting, accountability and governance issues informed by accounting-related research, industry practices and professional guidance.
Integrate advanced accounting knowledge and analytical skills in undertaking applied research in the discipline.

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