Bachelor of Business (Accounting) 093283C

Bachelor of Business (Accounting) 093283C 

CRICOS Code 

093283C

National Code 

CRS1400298

Full Time 

2 years 

Part Time

4 years  

International 

3 years

Units 

24

Campus 

Level 16, 233 Castlereagh Street, Sydney 2000

IELTS

6.0  

Delivery mode 

Face to Face 

Outcome 

Bachelor of Business (Accounting)  [BBus (Acc)]


Course Description

The Bachelor of Business is the generalist degree of our age, opening job opportunities in a wide range of businesses, all around the world.

Graduates with a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) are especially well prepared to enter the workplace and advance their careers.

Career Outcomes

Young people with Business degrees get work in almost every industry, improving the businesses and advancing their own careers.

Graduates can gain employment in accounting practices, medium and large corporations, the public sector and NGOs (non-government organisations).

The course opens the way for employment in:

  • Business
  • Accounting
  • Taxation and auditing

Accreditation

The Bachelor of Business (Accounting) is accredited by CPAA, CAANZ and the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency, and it is included in the National Register of Higher Education Institutions and Courses.


Course Learning Outcomes

Knowledge

  • Broad and coherent knowledge of the theories, concepts, and principles of a range of business-related fields and disciplines including accounting, economics, statistics, general management, and marketing;
  • Broad and demonstrated knowledge and awareness of business practice, and industry standards and expectations; and
  • Knowledge of contemporary business ethics, codes of practice, and corporate governance standards.

Skills

  • Cognitive skills to undertake basic research and to analyse and evaluate new information, concepts and evidence from a range of business, industry, and academic sources;
  • Cognitive and technical skills to facilitate problem solving and critical thinking in a business environment, and to present reasoned arguments and analyses of key business and technical data; and
  • Communication skills to facilitate working effectively with people and teams and to present clear and coherent information in recognised and expected business, professional and academic formats

Application of Knowledge and Skills

  • Through the resolution of problems; the practice of technical functions, for instance, in accounting, statistics, general management and economics; the application of initiative and innovation; and effective planning and decision making within a business environment;
  • Through the identification, implementation, and evaluation of innovative, professional, business practice; and
  • With responsibility and accountability for their own learning and professional practice and ethical standards, and in collaboration with others within a business or industry environment.

Course Structure

UNIT CODE

UNIT NAME

PRE-REQUISITES

YEAR 1

ACC100

Principles of Accounting

ICT100

Information Management Systems

STT100

Statistics for Business

MGT100

Introduction to Management

ECO100

Economics for Business

GBU100

Professional Business Communication or Elective

LAW100

Business Law

MKT100

Marketing Practice or Elective

YEAR 2

FIN200

Business Finance

ACC100 Principles of Accounting

STT100 Statistics for Business

ACC201

Financial Accounting

ACC100 Principles of Accounting

ACC203

Management Accounting

ACC100 Principles of Accounting

ICT100 Information Management Systems

LAW200

Commercial Law

LAW100 Business Law

ACC202

Corporate Accounting

ACC201 Financial Accounting

MGT200

Organisational Behaviour or Elective

MGT100 Introduction to Management

GBU200

Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility

MGT201

Strategic Management or Elective

MGT100 Introduction to Management

YEAR 3

ACC300

Auditing and Assurance

ACC202 Corporate Accounting

ACC303

Advanced Management Accounting

ACC203 Management Accounting

MGT300

Managing Organisational Change

MGT100 Introduction to Management

ACC302

Accounting Theory and Corporate Governance

ACC202 Corporate Accounting

LAW300

Taxation Law

LAW200 Commercial Law

ACC202 Corporate Accounting

MGT302

International Business Strategy or Elective

MGT100 Introduction to Management

ACC304

Accounting Capstone

MGT100 Introduction to Management

ACC303 Advanced Management Accounting

MGT301

Leadership or Elective

MGT100 Introduction to Management




NOTE: To qualify for award of the degree of Bachelor of Business (Accounting), a candidate shall accrue and aggregate of at least  240 credit points.  No more than 100 credit points of 100 level units shall be counted towards the total credit points for the degree.




Exit Outcomes

In order to obtain a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) all candidates are required to successfully complete all 24 units. Not all units are offered each trimester. If you complete the first 8 units you will be eligible to obtain a Diploma of Business.

International Student Duration

The CRICOS-registered duration is 3 years of full-time study (6 semesters). Please note the part-time mode is not available to holders of a student visa, who are not a citizen of Australia or New Zealand, or who are not an Australian permanent resident, or who are a temporary resident of Australia.

Domestic Student Duration

For domestic students the course is 2 years full-time and 4 years part-time.

Delivery Method

Face-to-face on campus.

Assessment Methods

Quizzes, practical exercises, case studies, presentations, reports, essay and exams.

Entry Requirements

  • Completion of Year 12, or equivalent, with a minimum ATAR of 55; or
  • An equivalent secondary qualification overseas; or
  • An accredited Tertiary Preparation Program or a Foundation Year Program offered by an Australian university; or
  • One year of accredited full-time study at a registered institution of tertiary education at AQF level 4 or above; or
  • Admission to candidature for an undergraduate degree at an Australian University.

Language requirements

If the qualifications are for the completion of a course in a language other than English, the Institute requires that the applicant must supply one of the following qualifications as a condition for admission:

  • IELTS (Academic Module): Overall score (no band less than) 6.0 (6.0); or
  • TOEFL: internet (no section score less than) 80 (20); or
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE): Overall score (no section score less than): 57 (50); or
  • University of Cambridge - Advanced (CAE): Total score of 52

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