This means that you will now graduate with a Te Pūkenga qualification. Read more
Full-time and part-time
3 years with 40 weeks full-time including 6 weeks of study breaks
2024: $7,296 plus $246 Student Services Levy per year, dependent on course selection
A Compulsory Student Services Levy applies ($2 per credit).
Fees listed are for each year of the programme, indicative only and may vary with course selection.
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The Bachelor of Accounting has CAANZ and CPA accreditation and meets their academic eligibility for full membership.
Gain the skills to become an accounting professional. Becoming an accountant will open doors for you across the globe. Our graduates are known not only for being highly skilled but also for being able to hit the ground running.
Through active and applied learning in small classes, you’ll gain skills and knowledge in a range of accounting topics such as accounting systems and processes; taxation; finance and financial management; economics; accounting information systems; quantitative methods for accounting; audit and assurance; management accounting; financial accounting and reporting; and business law.
Alongside these accounting areas, you’ll also cover core business topics enabling you to develop comprehensive professional accounting skills, knowledge and capabilities, while an elective will enable you to focus on another topic of interest in business.
In your final year, you’ll undertake a professional accounting project which involves applying your learning within a real business environment. You’ll undertake a deep-dive project into a specialist area of accounting, and on successful completion, you’ll have real-life work experience to add to your CV.