Bachelors in Accounting

Charles Sturt University-International Study Centre, Australia

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Next enrollment cycle

July 2022

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First Year Course Fee

USD 20,322

Course Accredited By

CPA

  • 3 Years
  • On Campus
  • Undergraduate
  • Degree
  • Up to 18% scholarship
Our three-year specialist accounting degree covers theoretical and practical accounting concepts to prepare you for your future career. Subjects cover a range of topics, including the legal, ethical, management and strategic aspects of accounting.
  • This course is also offered at Charles Sturt’s campuses in Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga.

Enrollment Cycles

  • July 2022

Admission requirements
Bachelor's courses
COVID-19 academic entry requirements

  • We are doing everything we can to make sure that your education isn’t impacted due to COVID-19. That’s why we will allow you to submit predicted or interim final year high school (or equivalent) results if your previous studies or academic qualifications have been impacted by COVID-19.

Examples of previous studies that we may take into consideration include:

  • NSW Higher School Certificate, Victorian Certificate of Education or interstate equivalent
  • International equivalents of Year 12
  • International Baccalaureate Diploma
  • Completed, or partially completed, course from a university or college
  • Approved foundation studies program certificate.
  • Because there is a chance your final official results won’t match the interim or predicted results when they become available, we have set slightly higher cut-offs for interim or predicted results should you wish to submit them to allow us to honour offers should your final official results not match the result submitted during COVID-19.

Please note: not all qualifications are affected by COVID-19, so only students who can demonstrate that their high school (or equivalent) qualification has been affected by COVID-19 can apply using predicted or interim results. For all other students, the normal entry requirements apply. 

Details of the known affected country-specific qualifications and the higher cut-offs are shown below:

  • Country COVID proposed
  • Kenya - Successful completion of the Kenyan Certificate of Secondary Education with an aggregate score of 55 or higher, based on the best 7 subjects undertaken where A=12, A-=11, B =10, B=9, B-=8, C =7, C=6, C==5, D =4, D=3, D-=2, E=1

Academic entry requirements

  • When we review your application, we'll take into account your previous studies, academic qualifications and experience.

Examples of previous studies that we may take into consideration include:

  • NSW Higher School Certificate, Victorian Certificate of Education or interstate equivalent
  • International equivalents of Year 12
  • International Baccalaureate Diploma
  • Completed, or partially completed, course from a university or college
  • Approved foundation studies program certificate.

English language entry requirements

  • Admissions criteria
  • Assumed English language level

We assume you have the required level of English language if you have completed formal high school, further education or higher education studies in one of the following countries:

  • Australia, Canada, Fiji, Ireland, Kenya, Papua New Guinea, Singapore, Solomon Islands, South Africa, United Kingdom, United States of America, Western Samoa, Zambia
  • What if you haven't completed further or higher education studies in one of the countries listed above?
  • If you can demonstrate that you’ve completed a minimum of two academic years in full-time high school, further education or higher education, taught in English, you’ll be assumed to have met the required level of English language for entry to Charles Sturt University Study Centres.
  • Your courses will need to have been delivered and examined solely in English, and you’ll be required to provide written evidence from the school, college or university to support your claim.

Acceptable forms of evidence:

  • Transcripts showing that you were taught in English.
  • A certified written statement from the school, college or university.
  • English language entry requirements for all other applicants

You must have one of the following:

  • Acceptable test scores for English proficiency.
  • Satisfactory completion (D grade or higher in Level 3) of the Embassy 'English for Academic Purposes Programme' (EAPP).
  • A TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) paper-based score of 550 and TWE of 5.0.
  • A TOEFL Internet-based score of 60 and writing score of 16 with no other bands less than 14.
  • An Academic IELTS (International English Language Testing System) overall score of at least 6.0, with no score below 5.5.
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic score of 50 overall, with a minimum Of 42 in all communicative skills.
  • A Combined Universities Admission Test (CULT) overall score of at least 65.
  • A ‘C’ pass in a humanities subject at the GCE 'A' level examinations in either Singapore or the United Kingdom.
  • Completion of the International Baccalaureate diploma, with English A2 at higher or standard Level.
  • A minimum of Level 4 in the core subject English Language in the Hong KongDiploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE).
  • A ‘C’ pass in 'Use of English' in the Hong Kong Advanced Level Examination (HKALE).
  • Completion of the UNSW Foundation Studies Certificate with a ‘C’ pass in 'Use of English'.
  • Completion of an AQF Certificate IV (including English for Academic Purposes).
  • Successful completion of at least one year of study in a course at Associate Diploma or Diploma level on the Register of Australian Tertiary Education.
  • Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CCPE) ‘C’ Pass.
  • Cambridge English Advanced Exam (CAE) overall score of 52, with no score below 47.
  • English test results must not be more than two years old.

COUNTRY-SPECIFIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  • Kenya
  • Successful completion of the Kenyan Certificate of Secondary Education with an aggregate score of 53 or higher, based on the best 7 subjects undertaken where A = 12, A- = 11, B = 10, B = 9, B- = 8, C = 7, C = 5, D = 4, D = 3, D- = 2, E = 1

 

You will need to complete 24 subjects in order to graduate with a Bachelor of Accounting degree. This is program comprises:

  • 18 core subjects
  • 6 unrestricted electives or electives for Joint Study.

Core subjects

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  • Accounting 1 ACC100
  • Accounting 2* ACC110
  • Accounting Systems* ACC200
  • Management Accounting* ACC210
  • External reporting* ACC222
  • Professional Practice in Accounting* ACC276
  • Strategic and Sustainable Accounting* ACC311
  • Company Accounting* ACC322
  • Auditing and Assurance Services* ACC331Accounting Theory* ACC341
  • Business Economics ECO130
  • Financial Management* FIN2Z 11
  • Business Law LAW110
  • Business Organisation Law* LAW220
  • Taxation Law (Principles)* LAW301
  • Organisations and Management MGT100
  • Business Ethics: A Global Perspective OR Ethics, Sustainability and Culture MGT211 / MGT230
  • Business Statistics QBM117
  • Unrestricted electives
  • You must choose six elective subjects.
  • Alternatively you can choose electives for Joint Study.
  • Tuition fees for international students Course name: Bachelor of Accounting 
  • No. of subjects: 24 
  • Duration: 3 years 
  • Cost per subject 2021: $3,528 
  • Cost 2021: $28,224

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