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Australian National Institute of Management and Commerce (IMC)

Bachelor of Applied Finance and Accounting

  • Bachelor

This degree is designed to prepare students for the professional fields of finance and accounting, with a strong practical focus and enhanced insight into the global and institutional aspects of financial systems.

Key details

Degree Type
Bachelor
Duration
3 years full-time
Course Code
089808B
Study Mode
In person

About this course

This degree is designed to prepare students for the professional fields of finance and accounting, with a strong practical focus and enhanced insight into the global and institutional aspects of financial systems.

Finance is the study of financial institutions, markets and instruments, as well as money, banking, investment and the control of risk.

Accounting involves the financial measurement of economic activity and the use of financial information for making economic decisions. Finance and accounting are closely related and both are integral to industry and commerce.

The degree is structured with applied finance as the core discipline, with accounting and accounting related topics covered in both core and elective units. A specialisation in finance coupled with an accounting qualification will broaden graduate career opportunities and equip graduates with key skills to succeed in a range of professional fields.

Entry requirements

Please refer to Undergraduate Admission Requirements

Study locations

Sydney Campus

Career pathways

  • Banking (retail and merchant)
  • Corporate management
  • Financial planning
  • Financial analyst for accounting and consultancy firms
  • Financial consultant
  • Financial economist
  • Foreign exchange dealing
  • Funds management
  • Insurance
  • Investment appraisal
  • International finance
  • Management consultant

Course structure

This course contains:

Year 1 Core Units TACC101 Financial Accounting Principles TACC102 Accounting For Decision Making* TECO101 Microeconomic Principles TECO102 Macroeconomic Principles TFIN102 Principles of Finance TMGT101 Business Management TSTA101 Introductory Statistics Year 1 Elective Units (Choose 1 from the options below) TMIS101 Management Information Systems TMKT101 Principles of Marketing

Credit for prior study or work

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is available and will be assessed in accordance with TOP's RPL policy and procedure. Please refer to the Application for Recognition of Prior Learning and the RPL policy and procedurefor further details.