Bachelor of Accounting

Course ID CRS1401210   CRICOS ID 109151B

Overview

Our Bachelor of Accounting provides you a professional and practical program with skills and knowledge necessary for accounting roles in Australia or overseas that will boost your job prospects. On successful completion of this course, students will be able to: 

  • Demonstrate a sound understanding of accounting theoretical knowledge and principles underlying accounting practice. 
  • Apply the professional knowledge and skills to provide professional advice related to the field of financial accounting, management accounting, finance, auditing, business law and taxation. 
  • Critically analyse and solve problems in different business contexts and make effective business decisions. 
  • Evaluate the impact of business decisions from social, environmental, and economical perspectives, and make appropriate recommendations. 
  • Apply ethical framework to identify, analyse and propose solutions to a range of ethical dilemmas in accounting practices. 
  • Communicate professional knowledge and insights of both financial and non-financial information via various platforms with stakeholders of diverse proficiencies and expertise. 
  • Demonstrate the capacity to be a lifelong learner, work collaboratively in groups and display a set of interpersonal skills which are appropriate in a culturally diverse professional environment. 
  • Display appropriate use of digital technology to undertake workplace accounting tasks. 
Mode of Study
On campus or online
Delivery Location
338 Queen St Melbourne
VIC 3000
AQF Level 7
Bachelor Degree
Duration
3 years in 6 regular terms
Annual Tuition Fees
International: AUD $17,500
Domestic: AUD $12,000
Important Dates
Trimester 2: 12 September, 2022
Trimester 3: March, 2023

Career Pathways

Typical roles graduates enter are:

Study Pathway

Successful completion of 24 units, graduates of this course has rewarded the Bachelor of Accounting which is recognised for entering relevant master’s degrees or other post-graduate qualification in Australian institutions.

Course Structure

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Accreditation Status:

This course is accredited by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) and is recorded on the TEQSA. National Register

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Choose Your Student Type for Entry Requirements and Fees

Course Name Unit Code Type Credit Points Pre-Requisite(s)
Accounting Principles ACC101 Core 12.5 None
Business Management BUS102 Core 12.5 None
Fundamentals of Economics ECF101 Core 12.5 None
Professional Skills in Business BUS103 Core 12.5 None
Accounting Information Systems ACC102 Core 12.5 ACC101
Business Finance FIN101 Core 12.5 None
Business Statistics & Decision-Making Process FIN102 Core 12.5 Co-requisite: ACC102
Introduction to Business Law LAW201 Core 12.5 None
* For elective units, students may choose any seven units from EIA existing degrees as long as the pre-requisites are satisfied including:
Entry Requirements
Academic
Completion of an approved international school certificate
English proficiency
IELTS: Minimum overall score of 6.0, with no individual band score below 5.5, or approved equivalent
Age
Minimum of 18 years of age on course commencement
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Recognition of prior learning
EIA recognizes applicants’ prior relevant study or experiences through unit credits. Experiences may be formal or informal. Where applicants can demonstrate achievement of the learning outcomes of a unit of study EIA may grant credit for one or more units to a maximum of 12 units.
For further information, contact us at: admissions@eia.edu.au
Fees
Current tuition fee is AUD $17,500.
The annual fee is based on the proportion of units enrolled in of a standard full-time load of 24 credit points.
Click here for the non-tuition fees.
EIA provide financial support through fee payment schedule and scholarships. Find out more
Entry Requirements
Academic
Completion of a recognised Australian school certificate
English proficiency
Prerequisite: Minimum study score of 25 in the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) English Unit3/4, or equivalent
Age
Minimum of 18 years of age on course commencement
View full course admission requirements
Recognition of prior learning
EIA recognizes applicants’ prior relevant study or experiences through unit credits. Experiences may be formal or informal. Where applicants can demonstrate achievement of the learning outcomes of a unit of study EIA may grant credit for one or more units to a maximum of 12 units
For further information, contact us at: admissions@eia.edu.au
Fees
Current tuition fee is AUD $12,000
The annual fee is based on the proportion of units enrolled in of a standard full-time load of 24 credit points.
Click here for the non-tuition fees.
EIA provides significant financial support through scholarships. Find out more
Entry Requirements
Academic
Completion of an approved international school certificate
English proficiency
IELTS: Minimum overall score of 6.0, with no individual band score below 5.5, or approved equivalent
Age
Minimum of 18 years of age on course commencement
View full course admission requirements
Recognition of prior learning
EIA recognizes applicants’ prior relevant study or experiences through unit credits. Experiences may be formal or informal. Where applicants can demonstrate achievement of the learning outcomes of a unit of study EIA may grant credit for one or more units to a maximum of 12 units.
For further information, contact us at: admissions@eia.edu.au
Fees
Current tuition fee is AUD $17,500.
The annual fee is based on the proportion of units enrolled in of a standard full-time load of 24 credit points.
Click here for the non-tuition fees.
EIA provide financial support through fee payment schedule and scholarships. Find out more

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338 Queen Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

Future
Courses
We are living in a constantly changing world. At EIA, we continue adjusting our programs portfolios going forward. Our robust new course development system to ensure that students learn the skills employers are looking for – now, and in the future.
Following the success of its Bachelor of Marketing, EIA is developing exciting new courses planned for delivery in 2022. The courses will include key features:

Scholarship Program

EIA provides significant financial support through scholarships