This subject addresses the need for accounting and financial literacy for anyone interested in business. The subject introduces students to key accounting information that business managers and accountants use to make decisions and manage a business. Students will develop skills that enable them to analyse and interpret accounting reports and to communicate the results of this analysis to interested parties. The subject focuses on the use of accounting information rather than on the recording of financial transactions and events (book-keeping). Students will learn various techniques to enable them to make important business decisions. Students will gain a foundation understanding of accounting as an information system, professional ethics, computer applications, business communication and report writing, through the preparation and basic analysis of financial and management accounting reports. This subject is esential for any business manager and for those seeking to become a professional accountant to empathise with the needs of their client.
School of Accounting and Finance
Not available to students who have completed ACC100 and ACC200
ACC100 Overlapping content
The information contained in the CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: May 2021. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.