Facts & figures
Our accounting programs will introduce you to the broad organisational, regulatory, market and technological contexts in which accountants operate.
Learning will be future-focused, develop the practical and analytical skills that will allow you to interpret and inform organisations about their financial position.
Gain the skills you need to succeed in a world of globalisation and automation.
Whether you are just starting out, looking for a career change, or wanting to become an accredited professional accountant, we offer a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and research programs to meet your needs.
Download the Professional Accounting Accreditation Guide (pdf, 201KB) for detailed information about professional accreditation through our programs.
You can choose to study the Professional Accounting Program, which will allow you to apply for professional accreditation, in the:
Download the Professional Accounting Accreditation Guide (pdf, 201KB) for more detailed information.
An Accounting major or minor will provide you with a solid understanding of accounting practice in business, a valuable skill once in the workforce.
However, you will need to complete the Professional Accounting Program to acquire the core competences that you require to apply for professional accreditation.
You can choose to study a major or minor in Accounting in:
The most direct way to become a fully accredited accountant is through the professional accounting programs:
Accounting is also available as a specialisation in:
Accounting units of study are available in:
Studying accounting at the Business School will help you develop capabilities for a broad range of careers, opening the door to professions in which the ability to understand and interpret financial information is essential.
Our graduates have gone on to work at AMP, Deloitte, EY, KPMG, PwC, Microsoft, Huawei, Vodafone and eHealth.
There are many employment opportunities for accounting graduates across a range of industries, many of our graduates go on to work in: