International College of Management, Sydney
* Includes industry training.
The Bachelor of Business Management (Accounting) provides an accounting specialisation within a broader business context. The degree has been approved for professional accreditation by CPA Australia and Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (Chartered Accountants ANZ), indicating a solid endorsement of quality. The curriculum combines business, management and accounting studies to help you emerge as a well-rounded accounting professional ready to provide real business value.
This degree, highly regarded by industry, equips you with a variety of specialist and more generic ‘soft’ skills to enable you to work and contribute effectively in complex environments. Broader business skills, such as people management, and business communication and leadership, will enable you to adapt in your future accounting career as the business environment continues to evolve.
Industry training and on-the-job experience set ICMS students apart and on track to career success. At ICMS we believe that the best learning combines practical 'real-world' experience with a strong academic foundation. All ICMS degrees include a work placement component called industry training. Built into your Bachelor of Business Management (Accounting) qualification is up to 9 months of industry experience. Our industry training consultants will place you in an organisation relevant to your studies so that after your degree you’ll have an impressive CV, a network of contacts and a significant advantage over other graduates.
The ICMS Bachelor of Business Management (Accounting) has been developed – and is continually updated – by industry professionals. This ensures that degree content is relevant to the needs of the industry. As a graduate, you will able to effectively communicate the financial position of an organisation and confidently contribute to business strategy.
This course may include the opportunity to participate in an international study tour.
Business and management subjects plus audit and assurance, business statistics, business taxation, corporate finance, financial accounting, management accounting.
Financial accountant, finance manager, financial analyst, management consultant, stockbroker, merchant banker, financial institutional manager, tax accountant, auditor, business analyst, financial adviser, forensic accountant, investment manager.
Up to nine months of industry training.
Visit the ICMS website for current fee information.
Recommended studies: Completion of NSW HSC (or equivalent) with a minimum Band 2 in English Standard or English EAL/D and any of the suggested equivalent subjects including Mathematics Standard 2, Business Studies, Economics, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Investigating Science, Legal Studies, Financial Services or Business Services.
Interview: Students maybe required to attend an interview.
Refer to the ICMS general admission criteria.
View all details of this course on the ICMS website.
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