Drawing on prior knowledge of accounting, ACC341 is designed to examine accounting theory in the global economy. This subject covers the nature and function of theories and their application to accounting; a historical examination of accounting and its development to its present as interpreted from different perspectives; and an examination of the application of theoretical perspectives to particular issues in accounting such as financial accounting, professionalism, environmental accounting and behaviour. Throughout the subject, students are encouraged to consider ethical dimensions of the theories applied within the discipline of accounting.
School of Accounting and Finance
Students who have successfully completed RMBU2640 and RMBU3644 (old Orange Campus subjects) are eligible to enrol as they have met the pre requisite requirements.
Not available to students who have completed ACC340.
Not available to students who have completed ACC383
ACC222 External Reporting and ACC210 Management Accounting
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The information contained in the 2019 CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: September 2018. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.