All applicants should be at least 18 years of age as at the commencement date of the course or unit in which the applicant will be enrolled as a student if the application is successful.
Academic entry requirements
International students must provide evidence of the following to demonstrate they have successfully met the educational entry requirements:
Successful completion of Year 12 at the credit or above level as determined in Student Admission Policy (Appendix 1); or
Recognised Foundation Studies course; or
Successful completion of one year of accredited tertiary study at an Australian institution; or
Successful completion of Certificate IV in a related discipline or above; or
International Baccalaureate with a score of 24.
Where a student has commenced undergraduate studies in Australia with another provider they will meet the above as well as satisfactory course progression with their current provider. Where the course progression is deemed unsatisfactory, the student may be offered a place under the Student at Risk program.
For students whose secondary education was conducted in a language other than English:
IELTS overall band score: 6.0 (no band less than 5.5) or equivalent (Refer to Appendix 2); or
English for Academic Purposes Certificate of Proficiency from an Institute’s approved ELICOS provider.
The Institute reserves the right to waive the English Language Requirements if the prospective applicant meets the criteria below:
Successful completion of an accredited course from the Australian Qualifications Framework at Certificate IV level in a related discipline or above, or one-year tertiary study within the past 2 years to the commencing date of the course applied at the Institute.
Successful completion of the requirements for the Australian Senior Secondary Certificate of
Education in a course that was conducted in Australia in English.
Successfully completed Cambridge CAE & CPE 169+.
Successfully completed International Baccalaureate (IB) English B Standard Level grade 5, higher-level (A1 or A2) grade 4.
Students from the following countries who have completed senior secondary study or at least one year of full-time university study in one of these countries and the language in which the qualification was undertaken in English: American Samoa, Fiji, Jamaica, New Zealand, Solomon Islands, UK, Australia, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, USA, Botswana, Guyana, Lesotho, Papua New Guinea, Tonga, Zambia, Canada, Ireland, Liberia, Singapore, Trinidad and Tobago, Zimbabwe.
Accounting can be described as the ‘language of business’. Almost every organisation has a demand for someone with accounting skills, from basic bookkeeping to high level strategic planning and analysis. The Bachelor of Accounting provides its graduates with the skills, knowledge and attributes required by accountants to perform effectively in modern business environments. The degree is designed in accordance with the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) and the requirements of relevant professional associations.
At the core of the Bachelor of Accounting degree are units that provide the financial accounting, management accounting and auditing skills necessary to obtain professional accreditation and employment in the discipline of accountancy. In modern business environments, accountants need to interact with professionals from a range of functional areas. Hence, the Bachelor of Accounting degree also provides education and learning outcomes in the areas of information technology, marketing, organisational behaviour and operations, as well as allowing students the freedom to choose from a number of business-based electives. Finally, the Bachelor of Accounting degree provides scope for the development of critical thinking and problem solving skills whilst also emphasising the importance of corporate responsibility, ethics and governance.
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What Units You'll Study
BBUS1001 Accounting for Business Decisions
BBUS1002 Foundations of Information Technology
BBUS1003 Business Communication
BBUS1004 Economics for Management
BBUS1005 Foundations of Human Resource Management
BBUS1006 Marketing Fundamentals
BBUS1007 Organisational Behaviour
BBUS1008 Statistics for Professionals
BACC2001 Introductory Accounting
BACC2002 Accounting Information Systems
BACC2003 Business and Corporations Law
BACC2004 Financial Accounting and Reporting 1
BACC2005 Management Accounting
BACC2006 Business Finance
BACC3002 Strategic Management Accounting
BACC3003 Financial Accounting and Reporting 2
BACC3004 Tax Law
BACC3005 The Accounting Research Project (Capstone)
Electives (Select any 2x Level 2000 and 3x Level 3000)
BHAT2001 Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism Management
BHAT2002 Services Marketing
BIAE2001 Innovation & Entrepreneurship Fundamentals
BIAE2002 New Product Development
BIAE2003 Innovation & Creativity
BINT2001 Foundations of Workplace Success
BISY2001 Systems Analysis & Design
BISY2002 Information Systems Networking Essentials
BISY2004 Project Management
BISY2005 Enterprise Systems
BISY2006 Management Information Systems
BMGT2001 International Business
BMGT2002 Managing Operations
BMGT2003 Contemporary Organisations & Human Resource Management
BMKT2001 Consumer Behaviour
BMKT2002 Marketing Communications
BMKT2003 Marketing Research
BHAT3001 Hospitality & Tourism Management
BHAT3002 Events Management
BIAE3001 Financing New Business Ventures
BMGT3001 Governance and Business Ethics
BMGT3002 Strategic Management
BMGT3003 Managing Change
BMKT3001 Strategic Marketing
BMKT3002 Digital Marketing
BMKT3003 Brand Management
BISY3001 Data Mining & Business Intelligence
BISY3004 E-Commerce & E-Business Applications
BISY3005 Knowledge Management
BISY3006 Information Security
OSHC: 530 ($) AUD per year