A Master of Business from VU set Samuel Manhom down the path to an accounts-officer role and award-winning community position.
Aim for a high-level role managing finance and investments, with a Master of Business (Accounting)/Master of Finance from VU.
Our double masters has a targeted, specialised focus on finance and accounting. It is designed for students from non-accounting backgrounds who want to develop the specialist skills needed for accounting and finance roles.
You'll gain hands-on market analysis and trading expertise through virtual trading, using real-world stockmarket databases. You'll come to understand how accounting and finance systems and requirements drive public- and private-sector organisations.
Your global perspective in contemporary financial markets will be combined with practical skills in accounting. These are underpinned with critical thinking, problem solving and communication, to give you an in-demand skill set for a financially rewarding profession.
Victoria University’s business college provides networks and guidance from the business community.
We have well-established industry connections, to help you find your way into a professional role.
The Department of Employment and Workplace Relations has identified accounting as an industry with a national skills shortage. Employment opportunities for accountants are very good and span a variety of roles in many different business settings such as:
Other types of positions include:
Finance positions include:
The Australian national public website, Job Outlook, has these averaged salaries:
To attain the awards, Master of Business (Accounting) and Master of Finance, students will be required to complete 240 credit points consisting of:
College Core Units
Accounting Professional Core Units
Finance Professional Core Units
Capstone Research Project Unit
On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
|1.||Critically reflect upon theoretical approaches and analyse their application to achieve effective accounting and finance practice.|
|2.||Justify and interpret theoretical propositions and related bodies of knowledge to critically evaluate the resolution of business problems and make recommendations/recommend actions in authentic/contemporary business settings.|
|3.||Critically apply cross disciplinary knowledge in decision making with creativity for emerging professional accounting and finance contexts.|
|4.||Demonstrate accountability in autonomous and collaborative judgements and innovative strategic thinking in response to contemporary and future business/ accounting/ finance professional challenges.|
|5.||Work as a reflective practitioner to formulate, implement and evaluate industry- specific investigations to resolve complex professional problems and inform management decision making.|
|6.||Communicate effectively to specialist and non- specialist audiences including multi-disciplinary teams, diverse cultural communities and business and other professional organisations.|
|7.||Exemplify initiative and inspirational leadership in a dynamic 21st century work environment, acting consistently, ethically and socially responsibly.|
|8.||Plan and execute a substantial research based project or evidence-based capstone activity - informing effective accounting practice to generate and evaluate complex ideas and concepts at abstract and practical levels.|
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Most courses have a mixture of compulsory 'core' units that you need to take, and optional \'elective\' units that you can choose to take based on your area of interest, expertise or experience.
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