Bachelor of Accounting @ CSU: Albury-Wodonga

Bachelor of Accounting

Introduction:
Accountants are highly sought after and well paid managers of the economic interests of individuals and businesses. This degree offers a flexible approach to accounting, with the ability to exit the degree early and obtain an Associate Degree in Business Studies. The full Bachelor level degree is recognised by the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia, and successful graduation grants membership to the Association of Taxation and Management Accountants.

UAC Code

212011 (at Albury-Wodonga campus)
212017 (at Bathurst campus)
212015 (at Dubbo campus)
212014 (at Wagga Wagga campus)

 

 

Degree Length

3 years full-time

 

 

Degree Structure

18 core subjects (144 credit points) + 6 electives (48 credit points) = 192 credit points

 

 

Campus

Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Melbourne (study centre), Sydney (study centre), Wagga Wagga


Electives can be chosen from any discipline offered by CSU, so students could select electives from other business studies degrees to gain a broad range of business skills, or choose an elective sequence from another area of interest to have a varied study schedule. Accountants work as auditors, in taxation, corporate business recovery and business advisory services. Accountants are important players within business and have considerable influence over their direction.

Core Units: Accounting 1; Accounting 2; Business Economics; Business Law; Organisations and Management; Ethics, Sustainability and Culture; Business Statistics; Accounting Systems; Management Accounting; External Reporting; Professional Practice in Accounting; Strategic and Sustainable Accounting; Company Accounting; Auditing & Assurance Services; Accounting Theory; Financial Management; Business Organisations Law; Taxation Law (Principles).

Course Requirements

2012 ATAR

65.00

 

 

2013 ATAR

65.00 (at Albury-Wodonga campus)
65.00 (at Bathurst campus)
65.00 (at Dubbo campus)
65.00 (at Wagga Wagga campus)

 

 

Entry Requirements

HSC or equivalent

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Student Profiles in Business & Economics

Simon

Simon is a 21 year old student in his fourth year of a Bachelor of Commerce at UNSW (Kensington campus). He is majoring in Accounting and his minor is Economics.

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Steven

Steven is a 21 year old graduate from UNSW where he completed a Bachelor of Commerce. He majored in Finance and Financial Economics.

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Alice

Alice is a 19 year old student in her second year of a Bachelor of Commerce (International) at UNSW (Kensington campus). She is majoring in International Business, Marketing, Spanish and Latin American Studies.

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Alice

Alice is a 21 year old student in her third year of a Bachelor of Business at UTS (City campus). She is majoring in Accounting and her minors are Economics and International Business.

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