Master of Accounting and Law
The accounting profession has recently seen a fundamental shift from a role that was seen as providing financial information and number crunching towards a multi-disciplinary advisory role. Similarly, many law firms increasingly favor graduates who display accounting and financial acumen.
The Master of Accounting and Law (MAL) course provides an advanced, integrated, and coherent set of multidisciplinary studies in a range of business and law disciplines, encompassing areas such as accounting, finance, commercial law, and business taxation. Graduates will possess a skill-set covering accounting and related business law subjects, including superannuation, business taxation, and financial services regulation.
The course offers graduates a pathway to gain entry to professional accounting bodies such as the CPA Australia, the Institute of Public Accountants, Chartered Accountants Australia, and New Zealand and exemptions from the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).
Graduates with a Master of Accounting and Law will have multi-disciplinary skills with the ability to solve complex business issues in multiple markets.
* Price for the online Bachelor of Master of Accounting and Law is a full-fee paying place.
The Bachelor of Master of Accounting and Law information is only general information. You will need to find an educational institute that provides this course as EDNA does not provide this course.
|Unit Code||Unit Name||Unit Type|
|703||Accounting for Management||Core|
|725||Advanced Accounting Principles and Practice||Core|
|703||Principles of Income Tax Law||Core|
|707||Commercial and Corporations Law||Core|
|709||Business Taxation Law and Policy||Core|
|717||Financial Services Regulation||Core|
|718||Venture Law Clinic||Core|
|727||Superannuation Law and Policy||Core|
|MLM732||Accounting and Legal Research Methods||Core|
|MPE781||Economics for Managers||Core|
|MPM701/MPM701A||Business Process Management||Core|
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