Master of Professional Accounting (Standard) (CRICOS 076835F)
King's Own Institute (KOI)
Accounting, Tax Accounting, Master
The Master of Professional Accounting (16 subject program) is studied over four trimesters spread over two calendar years, and may be completed in less time if three or more trimesters are studied consecutively. The course is designed to enable graduates with a recognised bachelor’s qualification, graduate certificate or graduate diploma in any field, at a standard equivalent to AQF Level 7 or above, and acceptable to King’s Own Institute, the opportunity to develop the knowledge and skills required for Associate Membership of professional accountancy bodies such and the Institute of Chartered Accountants and CPA Australia. The course provides students with the foundation for a successful and rewarding career in professional accountancy.
The course has 14 core subjects and 2 electives, which offer students to an introduction to the broad organisational, regulatory and market contexts in which accountants operate. Students then pursue advanced learning in accounting within the contexts of both professional practice and the theoretical standards that underpin such practice. The course concludes with a Research Project component which reinforces technical excellence in these fields within a framework that emphases core professional competencies in critical thinking, problem-solving and strategic decision-making, professional communication and persuasion, information systems applications and management and ethical awareness and reasoning.
, Tax Accounting