If you already have an undergraduate degree in another discipline, the Master of Professional Accounting is the best way to gain entry to the professional accounting bodies. The course is open to graduates but non graduates may enter following successful completion of the Graduate Certificate in Accounting. The course covers introductory as well as advanced units in financial and management accounting, finance, tax and company law and auditing. On successful completion, graduates can apply for Associate Membership of the Professional Accounting Bodies.
Who should take this course
Students who complete this award will be eligible for Associate membership of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ), CPA Australia and the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA). They can then pursue full professional status with the organisation of their choice.
This course is accredited by the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) and CPA Australia. It meets the entry requirements of the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ), CPA Australia and the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA).
Students are required to complete the following core units and four directed electives:
- AFM403 Management Accounting
- AFM406 Introductory Accounting
- AFM410 Intermediate Financial Accounting
- AFM501 Accounting Theory and Research
- AFM505 Advanced Financial Accounting
- AFM519 Auditing
- AFM531 Managerial Finance
- AFM575 Accounting Information Systems
- ECON406 Economics for Management
- LSSU592 Taxation Law
- LSSU594 Issues in Business and Corporations Law
- QM461 Quantitative Techniques for Management
About Course Provider
Our aim is to offer you the most flexible study options without losing any of the rigour required in a quality tertiary education. You can study on campus for a traditional face-to-face education experience, or from wherever you are; our new generation of online study is making tertiary education more accessible than ever. Originally named New England University College, UNE was established as a college of the University of Sydney in 1938. It was the second university established in New South Wales and Australia’s first regional university. In 1954 the University became fully independent as the University of New England and pioneered teaching by correspondence to external students.
UNE offers a distinctive on-campus experience which is strengthened by one of Australia’s oldest residential systems. Living in any of the eight colleges offers students the best in modern on-campus living with superb academic support, pastoral care and the opportunity to partake in a wide range of social and sporting activities. UNE is internationally recognised for its innovative approach to online teaching and research excellence with 87% of its research fields rated world standard or above.
Research endeavours are supported through a number of flagship research centres:
- The Animal and Genetics Breeding Unit (AGBU)
- The Centre for Agriculture and Law (AgLaw)
- Centre for Local Government
- Institute for Rural Futures (IRF)
- The Paleoscience Research Centre and
- The National Centre of Science, Information and Communication Technology, and Mathematics Education for Rural and Regional Australia (SiMERR).
As the biggest regional employer and an externally engaged organisation, the University actively pursues effective partnerships and plays a significant role in Armidale and wider rural and regional communities.
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