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The Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) is designed as a comprehensive program. It will give students the skills they need to be leaders in commerce and business. It focuses on the courses needed for professional accreditation with the major professional bodies along with providing a well-defined career path for professionals in the world of commerce.
Graduates with an accounting specialization are employed in a wide variety of commercial, government, and professional settings. These include public accounting, banking, teaching, government organizations, stockbroking, business consulting, and the retailing, manufacturing, and mining industries. Functional responsibilities include accounting, information systems analysis and design, financial reporting, cost accounting, taxation, auditing, financial planning, and general management responsibilities.
Successful completion of Australian Year 12 or overseas equivalent including Mathematics.
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