The Bachelor of Accounting will help students develop the skills necessary to evaluate, analyse and communicate an organisation’s or individual’s financial position.
The Bachelor of Accounting will help students develop the skills necessary to evaluate, analyse and communicate an organisation’s or individual’s financial position. This course will prepare you in the core areas of financial accounting, management accounting, finance, tax and auditing. Additionally, you will also learn about economics and commercial law.
The Bachelor of Accounting is professionally accredited by CAANZ (Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand) as well as CPA (Certified Public Accountants) Australia.
Australian Fee Paying (AFP): $32,874 per year full-time, $98,622 total course cost
3 years full time, 6 years part time
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Graduates of Business & Management undergraduate courses at Swinburne University of Technology rated their degrees as follows:
Teaching quality: 58.6% (national average 57.5%)
Improved skills: 78.8% (national average 79.0%)
Overall satisfaction: 80.5% (national average 78.3%)
The ratings above refer to the proportion of surveyed graduates who agreed with the statement about their undergraduate degree from Swinburne University of Technology. You can find out more about these results here.
Graduates of Business & Management undergraduate courses at Swinburne University of Technology had the following employment outcomes:
Employed full time: 76.3% (national average 74.8%)
Studying full time: 10.1% (national average 11.4%)
Median full time salary: $58,000 (national average $55,000)
You can find out more about employment outcome results here.
Non-Year 12 entry
Completion or partial completion of an approved tertiary qualification (including diplomas, advanced diplomas, associate degrees and degrees). Additional performance criteria and prerequisite requirements may also apply.
Students admitted to the course with prior tertiary studies that satisfy part of the academic requirements of this course may be eligible for academic credit.
Applicants without a formal qualification but with significant and relevant work experience and appropriate English language skills, or a suitable Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) result, will be considered if they can demonstrate that they can undertake the course with a reasonable prospect of success.