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Master of Professional Accounting
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
Students are required to complete 180 credit points (12 units) from the following list.
|ACC5601||Principles of Accounting||15|
|ACC5603||Accounting for Planning and Control||15|
|ACC5605||Accounting Theory and Practice||15|
|ECF5600||Principles of Economics||15|
|ECF5220||Principles of Finance||15|
|BES5100||Foundations of Business Knowledge||15|
|LAW5500||Business Environment of Corporate Law||15|
Students of English-speaking background or those with IELTS 7 or above, with approval from the Course Coordinator, may substitute ENG5230 with one elective unit from the following list. ACC5640 International Accounting 15 ACC5650 Contemporary Issues in Sustainability Accounting 15 ACC5655 Advanced Strategic Management Accounting 15 Students with extensive work experience, with approval from the Course Coordinator, may substitute BES5100 with one elective unit from the elective list above. Students who have completed BES1100 must substitute BES5100 with another unit from the elective list above.
Students who are unable to complete the course and have completed 120 credit points (8 units) from the units listed above may be eligible to exit with a Graduate Diploma of Business (Professional Accounting) with Course Coordinator approval.