Charles Sturt University
The Master of Professional Accounting (16 subjects) is designed for those who have vocational qualifications in accounting or another field and have worked in industry for several years. Building on your previous qualifications and experience, this degree will provide specialised knowledge, capabilities and competencies in accounting and related business areas.
Valuable skill set
You will study the conceptual basis and principles of accounting practice, the impact of the business environment on accounting theory and its application, and regulatory requirements controlling the accounting process. You’ll also learn to understand and apply principles and analytical techniques from economics, commercial law, business communications and quantitative methods in the accounting context.
Flexible study options
This degree is delivered online or on campus at CSU Study Centres in Melbourne and Sydney. If you are studying online, you will learn through online study materials, video-captured lectures, online meetings and subject forums. You can also fast-track your degree by completing up to four subjects a session.
Learn from the best in the business
Academic staff in the School of Accounting and Finance are industry experts who bridge the gap between the theories of your studies and their application in the workplace. They are committed to providing quality teaching in a supportive learning environment.
You can enter the Master of Professional Accounting (16 subjects) through the Graduate Certificate in Professional Accounting or the Graduate Diploma of Accounting.
|Institution Name||Charles Sturt University|
|Campus Location||CSU Study Centre Melbourne, CSU Study Centre Sydney|
|Course Duration||Full-time 1.5 years (3.0 sessions) Part-time 3.0 years (6.0 sessions)|
|Course University||Charles Sturt University|
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