Australian Catholic University
This accredited course focuses on auditing, budget analysis, portfolio management, investment analysis, mergers and acquisitions, and taxation strategy. Students develop comprehensive and essential skills in the fields of accounting and finance.
Accounting theory, auditing and assurance services, company law, entrepreneurial finance, financial accounting, financial risk management, principles of business economics, taxation law.
Accountant, financial manager, financial adviser, auditor, financial planner, chief financial officer, financial assurance and compliance manager, budget manager, tax agent, investment analyst.
Graduates are eligible for membership of CPA Australia, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, and the Institute of Public Accountants.
One Community Engagement unit in which students volunteer in a not-for-profit organisation over a period of 35 to 70 hours.
Visit the ACU website for general information about tuition fees.
English Standard (Band 2) or English as an Additional Language or Dialect (Band 3).
Also refer to the ACU general admission criteria.
View all details of this course on the ACU website.
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