|1.||Interrogate historical and projected financial statements;|
|2.||Interpret and critically assess financial statements to solve accounting problems for sound performance management;|
|3.||Adapt knowledge of accounting analytical techniques to improve performance and evaluate potential for sustainable value creation;|
|4.||Exhibit accountability in autonomous and collaborative judgements and innovative strategic thinking in response to contemporary and future accounting challenges; and,|
|5.||Articulate the financial situation of the organisation and recommend strategic options and tactical initiatives;|
|Case Study||Respond to current and evolving real-world accounting cases||20%|
|Report||Company financial analysis report and presentation (Group)||30%|
|Examination||Exam in two parts covering all key topics||50%|
Accounting: Business Reporting for Decision Making (6th Ed.).
Birt, J., Chalmers, K., Maloney, S., Brooks, A., & Oliver, J. (2014).
Milton, Queensland: John Wiley and Sons Australia Ltd.
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