Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Graduate Certificate in Accounting is a four-subject introductory course designed to provide a general understanding of accounting and related areas of business study. It covers foundation knowledge in the areas of accounting, statistics, law and economics, and can provide postgraduate level learning in accounting as a stand-alone award.
Standard entry requirements
Australian Bachelor Degree or equivalent
This course leading to the award of an AQF level 8 qualification is accredited by the Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency.
A Business qualification can be a pathway to a range of Master degrees. TOP has partnered with the University of Newcastle, to provide various Master degrees in Accounting, Business, Finance, Management and others. To be awarded credit, a student must have completed all courses that comprise either the Graduate Certificate in Accounting or the Graduate Certificate in Business Management. Completion of a Graduate Certificate could be as a standalone program, or as a nested program within a higher-level program
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