This Honours plan requires the completion of 48 units, which must consist of:
48 units from completion of the Accounting Honours specialisation.
Honours grade calculation
The final Honours Exit Level is the sum of all achieved course weightings. The course weighting is calculated for each individual course using the below formula:
(unit value of course/total units for degree) x final numerical grade of the course
An AQF Level 7 Bachelor Degree, or international equivalent, completed within the last two years:
- that satisfies the requirements for the completion of an ANU accounting major or equivalent university study, and
- with a weighted average mark equivalent to an ANU 70 per cent calculated from the 36 units (i.e. 0.75 EFTSL) of courses eligible for inclusion in an ANU accounting major or equivalent, excluding 1000-level courses (i.e. introductory undergraduate courses), with the highest marks.
- and with the written approval of the Honours Convener.
The number of places available in the program may be limited by the Dean due to supervisory capacity, and admission to Honours is with the written approval of the Honours Convener.
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Students who achieve excellent academic performance in their accounting studies will be eligible to join the Honours year.
The program extends undergraduate studies in financial accounting, management accounting, auditing and taxation. Students undertake advanced coursework and a research thesis. Classes are conducted in a seminar setting. Students will have the opportunity to interact with research active academic staff, engage in the analysis of advanced accounting issues, and develop critical thinking skills.
Students aspiring to the Honours program should consult the Honours Convenor in the Research School of Accounting for advice. Students from other universities can also apply for entry.
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Integrate theoretical and technical accounting knowledge in a business context, including issues in accounting research.
Exercise judgement under supervision to provide possible solutions to emerging and advanced accounting problems in contemporary contexts using where appropriate social, ethical, economic, regulatory, sustainability, governance and/or global perspectives.
Critically apply theoretical and technical accounting knowledge and skills to analyse and provide possible solutions to emerging accounting problems and to conduct a research-based project.
Justify and communicate accounting ideas and research issues to both specialists and non-specialists.
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The Bachelor of Accounting (Honours) will be commencing in Semester 1 (February) and Semester 2 (July) each year
Deadline for S1 is 30th November (11:55pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time).
Deadline for S2 is 31st May (11:55pm Australian Eastern Time)
Notification of outcome: Applicants will be notified of the outcome for admission by
S1: 15th January
S2: 10th July
If applicants are successful in receiving an offer, the acceptance deadlines are
S1: 31st January
S2: 13th July
Applicants must provide complete documentation, including a certified or coloured copy of testamur and final transcript (except for ANU students). All of the documents are required by
S1: 10th December
S2: 3rd July