BAO1101 - Accounting for Decision Making
Does not apply to students completing; BBCO Bachelor of Commerce (Applied Finance), BBLC Bachelor of Commerce (Applied Finance)/Bachelor of Laws, LHLC Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Commerce (Applied Finance)
|1.||Demonstrate a conceptual understanding of accounting theory and concepts, including the regulatory and conceptual frameworks that influence accounting practice and business transactions;|
|2.||Review, analyse, adapt and apply the theoretical and technical knowledge in accounting in diverse contexts, and business structures;|
|3.||Analyse and apply information with initiative and judgement in order to both anticipate and solve financial business problems in contemporary financial systems;|
|4.||Articulate the accounting concepts and theories that relate to particular business transactions and issues; and|
|5.||Use accounting software to record business transactions.|
|Test||Online Quizzes - Multiple Choice Questions||20%|
|Test||In-class Test - Practical Questions||20%|
|Examination||In-class Exam - Practical Questions and Short Answer||40%|
Financial Accounting (10th ed.).
Hoggett, J. (2018).
Melbourne: John Wiley & Sons Australia Ltd.
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