As a specialization of the Master of Business Administration, the MBA (Professional Accounting) combines management studies with a sequence of accounting and related units that meet the requirements for provisional membership of Chartered Accountants ANZ and associate membership of CPA Australia.
Besides studies in strategy, organisational behaviour, marketing, leadership and ethics, students will acquire competencies in accounting, finance, auditing, taxation, business law and information systems. The MBA (Professional Accounting) is at the cutting edge with analytics, big data, artificial intelligence and technology embedded across the curriculum.
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The MBA (Professional Accounting) prepares graduates for senior and middle management positions in business (sales, marketing, finance, accounting, general management, operations), government, non-profit and non-governmental organisations. Careers include general management, marketing, entrepreneurship and start-ups, consulting and operations.
Alternatively, graduates are eligible to enrol in the professional qualifying programs of CPA Australia and Chartered Accountants ANZ which can lead to a career as a qualified accountant in industry or professional practice.
The course contains: 16 subjects
Term 1 Core Units
Exit with a Graduate Certificate in Business
Term 2 Core Units
Term 3 Core Units
Term 4 Core Units
Exit with Master of Business Administration (Professional Accounting)
To qualify for the degree of Master of Business Administration a student must complete 16 subjects (96 credit points).
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is available and will be assessed in accordance with IMC's RPL policy and procedure. Please refer to the Application for Recognition of Prior Learning and the RPL policy and procedure for further details.
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