This course is designed for graduates who do not have an undergraduate degree in accountancy and wish to obtain a professional accountancy qualification.
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 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 advanced knowledge, problem-solving skills and critical and analytical thinking are developed throughout the entire course.
Accountancy professionals are concerned with the provision, analysis and communication of information to assist resource allocation decisions and compliance. Activities may include financial and operational analysis and projection, application and interpretation of accounting standards, and recording and summarising of transactions and other economic events.
IELTS: 6.5 TOEFL: 79
Business and Corporations Law
Cost and Management Accounting
Financial Accounting Processes
Taxation Law and Practice
Accounting Information Systems and Analytics
Economics and Data Analysis
Audit and Assurance Services
Advanced Financial Accounting
Ethics and Professional Relationships
Integrated Issues in Professional Practice
You must have a recognised bachelor degree (or higher) in any discipline with a minimum grade point average of 4.00 (on QUT’s 7 point scale).
A$33100 for the full year
Accountancy is a great platform for a dynamic and exciting business career. Accountants work in a diversity of areas—in commerce, local, national and international firms, government organisations, law firms, banks, merchant banks, stockbrokers, charitable organisations, hospitals and churches, film, television and media or they run their own business. A career in accounting can lead to more strategic and leadership roles such as general manager, chief financial officer and chief executive officer. As a QUT accountancy graduate, you will have a huge range of interesting career options.