Duration
2 years
Intakes
Study mode
Full-time & Part-time
Tuition fee (entire course)
 
Local students
USD 11,225
AUD 15,600
Foreign students
USD 11,225
AUD 15,600
Other costs
Other costs apply

About this course

IELTS 6

Entry Requirements

Commences March and July

Outline The Master of Commerce (Professional Accounting) is designed to extend studentsâ?? knowledge, values and skills in Commerce-related subject areas which are additional to the ?core curriculum in accounting and business areas". As such, it is expected that this program will appeal to students wishing to undertake a more extensive program of study (that is, two years of full-time study or equivalent) than is offered in the 18 month Master of Professional Accounting program.

Career Opportunities Please contact the number listed under Program Enquiries.

Requirements Completion of courses listed below in the Master of Professional Accounting for first, second and third semesters, or equivalent, plus an additional 60 credit points selected from the list of existing accredited courses within the School of Business graduate programs, or other approved accredited courses (all courses listed are of 15 credit points except where indicated:

 

First semester

BUACC5930 Accounting Concepts and Practice

BUACC5937 Information Systems and Design for Accountants

BUECO5903 Business Economics

BULAW5914 Commercial Law

 

Second semester

BUACC5932 Corporate Accounting

BUACC5933 Cost and Management Accounting

BULAW5915 Corporate Law

STATS6900 Quantitative Methods for Business

 

Third semester

BUACC5935 Auditing and Assurance Services

BUACC5934 Financial Accounting

BUACC5936 Financial Management

BULAW5916 Taxation Law and Practice

 

Fourth semester

plus an additional 60 credit points (4 courses ) selected from the following list of existing accredited courses within the School of Business graduate programs, (all courses listed are of 15 credit points):

 

BUMKT5901 Marketing

BUHRM5912 Human Resource Management

BUMGT5921 Organisations: Behaviour, Structures, Processes

BUMGT6923 Knowledge and Information Management

BUMGT6925 Critical Issues and Advances in Management

BUMGT6927 Creativity and Innovation

BUMGT6931 Business Research: Methods and Practice

BUMGT6935 Operations Management

BUMGT6958 Comparative Issues in International Management

BUMGT6961 Managerial Skills Workshop

BUMKT5922 Competitive Analysis

BUMKT6928 Entrepreneurship

BUMKT6942 International Business

 

 

Completion of courses listed previously in the Master of Professional Accounting for first, second and third semesters, or equivalent, plus an additional 60 credit points selected from the list of existing accredited courses within the School of Business Graduate Management graduate programs, or other approved accredited courses (all courses listed are of 15 credit points except where indicated). Please note this does not include BUACC5901 Accounting and Finance or BUACC 6925 Financial Policy.

 

Core curriculum in accounting and business areas:

Accounting systems and processes

Accounting theory

Auditing

Commercial and corporations law

Economics

Finance

Financial Accounting

Information systems design and development

Management Accounting

Organisational functioning

Professional and regulatory processes

Quantitative methods

Taxation

 

(In addition, CPA Australia require that the teaching of ethics be taught ?across the curriculum?)

 

Generic skills:

Routine (report writing, computer literacy)

Analytic/design skills

Appreciative skills

Personal skills

Interpersonal skills