Accountancy is the systematic recording, reporting, and analysis of financial transactions. It can be done on a large scale - for international corporations - or for individuals or for any sized business in-between. There are agreed national and international rules and regulations that govern the work of accountants. Accountancy allows a company to analyse its financial performance, and report important statistics such as profit and loss to managers and shareholders.
This area of study entry applies to students commencing this course in 2018 and should be read in conjunction with the relevant course entry in the Handbook.
Any units listed for this area of study relate only to the 'Requirements' outlined in the component of any bachelors double degrees.
Unit codes that are not linked to their entry in the Handbook are not available for study in the current year.
- Cost information for decision making
- Company reporting
- Accounting information systems and financial modelling
- Performance measurement and control
- Auditing and assurance
- Advanced financial accounting theory and issues
- Corporate finance 1
- Corporations law
- Taxation law and practice
Successful completion of this specialisation can be counted towards meeting the requirements for the following single degree:
- B2007 Bachelor of Business Administration
Students in other single bachelor's degrees are not eligible to complete this specialisation.