The MIT Bachelor of Business, major in Accounting, provides worldwide career portability due to the rigor and contemporary nature of the course which is valued internationally. This is particularly important as uniform accounting standards are now being adopted globally. The MIT Bachelor of Business major in Accounting is accredited by industry peak bodies such as: CPA Australia (CPAA) and Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) and the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) which provides graduates with an opportunity to apply their skills around the world.
Students who enrol in the Bachelor of Business course have the opportunity to major in:
The Bachelor of Business, major in Accounting, provides a detailed study of the accounting discipline which includes various theories and models of accounting, the roles and traditions of accounting, internal and external financial reporting, management and financial accounting, auditing, taxation, regulatory compliance, international accounting standards and an awareness of ethical issues.
The Bachelor of Business, majoring in Marketing is designed to equip graduates with the skills and knowledge to deal with the competitive global market. The degree provides core marketing units that cover the practice and theory of marketing. Students develop creativity and flexibility in the application of their knowledge.
The Bachelor of Business, major in Management explores the body of knowledge required by future managers. Some of the key areas of study include: management theory and practice, human resource management, budgeting and planning, organisational behaviour, change management, leadership skills, strategic management, knowledge management and international business. Graduates of this program have an excellent platform to proceed to a career in management.
- VTAC Code
- 9470194732 (DFP)
- 9470194733 (IFP)
- UAC Code
- CRICOS Course Code
- 067439D (VIC)
- 072668D (NSW)
Duration: 3 years [6 Trimesters]
Intake: March, July, November
The Bachelor of Business is accredited by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) - www.teqsa.gov.au.
Professional accreditation and membership
The Bachelor of Business with Accounting major is accredited by CPA Australia - Certified Practising Accountant Australia (see www.cpacareers.com.au), ICAA – Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (see www.charteredaccountants. com.au), and IPA – Institute of Public Accountants (see www. publicaccountants.org.au). Upon successful completion of the course graduates will be eligible to apply for associate membership of both CPA Australia and IPA. You will also be eligible for entry into the CPA Program of CPA Australia and the CA Program of the ICAA.
Minimum requirements: Successful completion of Year 12 or equivalent
Mature age entry
Mature-age applicants without formal qualifications and have been out of school for more than 2 years may be admitted if they are able to demonstrate a range of attributes such as personal motivation, maturity and work experience or previous study. This is assessed on a case by case basis. Applicants may be required to provide a personal statement outlining their interest, motivation and reasons for selecting the course including details of educational and any employment background.
International students must meet the following requirements:
Academic requirements: Successful completion of Year 12 or equivalent. For country specific requirements, contact MIT Admissions Department.
English language requirements:
English language Proficiency tests Results Required IELTS (Academic)
Overall score 6.0 (no band less than 5.5)
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)
Overall score 60‐78 with minimum scores: Reading 12, Listening 11, Speaking 17, Writing 20
Overall score 50 with (no score less than 46)
CAE Score of 169 (no band less than 162)
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