This subject introduces students to the accounting discipline in an integrated manner using accounting concepts and underlying accounting policies and principles to develop and apply critical thinking, information technology and communication skills to business decision making. The subject provides the basis for an iterative and spiral approach to accounting, exposing students to the key areas of accounting which support an organisations business and enhance decision-making capacity. 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 elementary analysis of financial and management accounting reports.
School of Accounting and Finance
Postgraduate students only and not available to students who have completed ACC566 and ACC539
ACC566 Overlapping Content
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