The Graduate Diploma of Business (Professional Accounting) provides students with a solid core in accounting studies and ensures that graduates meet the academic requirements of the Australian professional accounting bodies. This program will be fully nested within the BS16 and BS17 programs and, consequently, requires that students achieve the learning outcomes designed for the Master of Business suite.
If you are looking to change your career direction or enhance your career options, accountancy is a dynamic profession that will provide you with a sustainable, challenging and diverse range of career paths. Professional accountants are in increasing demand nationally and internationally by organisations throughout the commercial, public and not-for-profit sectors. Accountants can work in commerce and industry, in public or chartered accounting firms, in government organisations or as individual practitioners.
Discipline units focus on financial and management accounting requirements, specialised applications in company accounting, audit and assurance, tax and company regulation. Core concepts and knowledge, problem-solving skills and critical and analytical thinking are developed throughout the entire course.
An undergraduate degree in an area other than Accounting with an overall minimum grade point average (GPA) of 4.0 (on a 7 point scale).English language requirements in addition to the above academic entry requirements, standard English language requirements apply.
Recipient: Queensland University of Technology
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