We teach in a range of areas, including: financial accounting, management accounting, auditing and assurance services, and accounting information systems disciplines.
All of our subjects and programs are designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills required to practise as professional accountants, to satisfy the subject requirements of professional accounting accreditation, or to pursue advanced studies in the discipline.
Our programs continually evolve to keep pace with developments in industry. An increasing number of staff have backgrounds both in accounting and business information systems and help students understand the fully integrated nature of accounting and information technology in today's workplace.
At the undergraduate level, the Department teaches into the Bachelor of Commerce. Students within the Faculty of Business and Economics may elect to complete the Bachelor of Commerce at the ordinary level (3 years) or at the Honours level (4 years).
At the postgraduate level, finance programs are offered through the Graduate School of Business and Economics.