Introducing the NAPS Bachelor of Business (Accounting) – 3 years full-time or 6 years part-time.

The NAPS Bachelor of Business (Accounting) [CRICOS Course Code: 109326F] degree is designed to meet the growing demand globally from business and industry for students who are highly-skilled, knowledgeable and job-ready in the crucial area of accounting.

For a list of disciplines and units see About Us/Our Courses.

To graduate, students need to complete 24 units, therefore they need to successfully pass eight units or more per year to graduate within three years.

Here is a sample Course Progression for NAPS BBus (Accounting) full-time.

Level 100 Units (‘P’ indicates professional requirements (CPA, CA ANZ) required unit)

Unit Code

Trimester 1

Unit Code

Trimester 2

ACC101

Accounting for Decision Makers  (P)(C)

MGT102

Introduction to Business Management (P)(C)

ECO101

Introduction to Economics (P)(C)

ACC102

Principles of
Accounting (P)(C)

MKT101

Introduction to Marketing (C)

LAW101

Business Law (P)(C)

MGT101

Principles of Business Communication (P)(C)

ITS101

Business Statistics (P)(C)

Total Credit Points per Trimester: 40

Level 200 Units (‘P’ indicates professional requirements (CPA, CA ANZ) required unit)

Unit Code

Trimester 3

Unit Code

Trimester 4

ACC202

Accounting Information Systems (P)(C)

ACC203

Cost and Management Accounting
(P) (C)

ACC201

Financial Accounting (P)(C)

MGT203

Organisational Behaviour (P) (C)

MGT206

Business Research Methods (P) (C)

LAW201

Corporations Law (P) (C)

MGT201

Ethics and Governance (P)(C)

 ITS201

Intro to Information Systems (P) (C)

 Total Credit Points per Trimester: 40



Level 300 Units (‘P’ indicates professional requirements (CPA, CA ANZ) required unit)

Unit Code

Trimester 5

Unit Code

Trimester 6

LAW302

Tax Law (P)(C)

ACC303

Auditing and Assurance (P)(C)

ACC301

Corporate Accounting and Reporting (P)(C)

ACC304

Current Issues in Accounting (P) (C)

 FIN201

Financial Management (P) (C)

 

Elective

 

Elective

 

Elective

 Total Credit Points per trimester: 40

Electives: Any three of the following units (subject to prerequisites)*

ACC302

Advanced Management Accounting

ACC306

Financial Statement Analysis

ACC308

Islamic Accounting Principles

LAW202

Principles of Shari’ah

LAW203

Contractual Obligations in Islam

LAW301

International Business Transactions

LAW303

Islamic Commercial Law

LAW304

Advanced Tax Law

FIN301

Corporate Finance

FIN303

Investment Analysis

FIN304

Contemporary Islamic Finance

FIN305

Principles of Islamic Banking

FIN306

Islamic Capital Markets

MGT202

Human Resource Management

MGT204

Introduction to Logistics and Supply Chain Management

MGT205

Managing Innovation in Business

ECO301

Principles of Islamic Economics

MGT207

Business Ethics in Shari’ah

*Not all units may be offered each trimester. Sample progression as of March 2020.

A NAPS Bachelor of Business (Accounting) degree is a good investment in your future because a skills shortage has been identified particularly in emerging markets in the areas of accounting, finance, management, logistics and supply chain management. That is because these are professions vital to any significant economic transformation.

According to Hays the leading global specialist recruitment group:

“an increasing number of organisations are looking for greater financial and budgetary awareness, but in many countries, there is a shortage of local candidates with these skills.”

 Hays, ‘Top Ten Global Skills Shortages’ https://www.hays.co.jp/en/press-releases/HAYS_014342

In the case of Africa, it has been reported that the continent:

“has the fastest-growing middle class on the planet and accounted for nine of the 15 fastest-growing economies in the world in 2014.” PwC estimates that “by 2040, Africa is expected to have the world’s largest labour force, ahead of even India and China. But as of today, it is a labour force with some serious skills and education challenges.”

Demand for job skills heating up in Africa http://monitor.icef.com/2015/06/demand-for-job-skills-heating-up-in-africa/

Elective Islamic Business Units

Accounting students interested in working in or with Australia’s fast-growing neighbours, Malaysia and Indonesia, as well as in the emerging economies of the Arabic peninsula, can choose the elective units above which are from the Bachelor of Business (Islamic Business) course.

Read more at Bachelor of Business (Islamic Business).

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