The Accounting major builds on the core subjects to develop the intellectual attributes needed by current and future accountants. To satisfy the educational membership requirements for entry into CPA Australia (CPAA), Chartered Accountants of Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ), Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), and Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) students will need to complete the Accounting major AND successfully complete subject 21644 Law and Ethics for Managers as either an elective or part of another major except for Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Laws (C10125) students. This is applicable to students commencing their course from 2022.
Course programs for each individual major are available at study plan management.
Students undertaking the Accounting major with one of the following course, major or sub-major will need to substitute an alternative subject:
- Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Laws (C10125) students must substitute an alternative subject in place of 79014 Applied Company Law. Students who complete 76212 Revenue Law as a law option may apply to substitute an alternative subject in place of 79017 Taxation Law,
- MAJ09401 Business Law (STM90558 Law for Business) students must substitute an alternative subject from the STM90558 option list in place of 79014 Applied Company Law,
- SMJ09033 Taxation Law students must substitute an alternative subject from SMJ09033 option list in place of 79017 Taxation Law.
|22320 Accounting for Business Combinations||6cp|
|22321 Cost Management Systems||6cp|
|22420 Accounting Standards and Regulations||6cp|
|79014 Applied Company Law||6cp|
|22522 Assurance Services and Audit||6cp|
|79017 Taxation Law||6cp|
|22421 Information for Decisions and Control||6cp|
|22319 Business Analysis (Capstone)||6cp|