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Graduate Certificate in Business (Accounting)

Course Description

The Graduate Certificate in Business is effectively one-third of the Master of Business program. Graduate Certificate in Business (Accounting) students will undertake 48 specified credit points (4 units) in your chosen discipline.

Domestic February and July
International February and July

Course duration
Full-time 1 semester (6 months)
Part-time 2 semesters (1 year) (not available to international students)

Entry Requirements

For all specialisations except Applied Finance the entry requirements are an undergraduate degree in any field or equivalent with an overall minimum GPA of 4 (on a 7-point scale). However, students entering the Accounting specialisation with an undergraduate degree in Accountancy must be referred to the Graduate School of Business for enrolment advice.English language requirementsIn addition to the above academic entry requirements, standard English language requirements apply

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