Bachelor of Accounting (BACC)
- Alice Springs
- CDU Melbourne
- CDU Sydney
- Casuarina Campus
- External Studies
This accounting course provides students with a sound knowledge base in financial accounting, management accounting, taxation, business law, and finance.
This vocationally oriented and student-centered course provides students with employment and professional skills needed in a rapidly changing business environment. It allows for flexibility of study and prepares students for careers in a variety of business fields. In addition, communication, presentation, and problem-solving skills are emphasized.
Students have a wide choice of business units from which to choose and electives that will complement their personal interests and career options. Alternatively, students may select electives from other disciplines including language studies, anthropology, history, social science, Indigenous studies, applied science, and engineering.
The flexibility of CDU courses permits students with satisfactory progress to move from an enrolment in the Bachelor of Accounting to the Bachelor of Commerce without penalty.
The South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre (SATAC) receives and processes applications for admission to Charles Darwin University Higher Education prospective students.
English Language Requirements for International Students
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A graduate of the degree program may apply for membership of CPA Australia, the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA) and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants of the UK (ACCA).
Graduates can expect to find employment in a range of areas in public and private sector corporations, banking and financial institutions, consultancy companies and government departments, in financial management, auditing, and control, corporate reporting, accounting, taxation, financial planning etc.
About the School
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