This specialised applied level course is aimed primarily at commerce graduates who are seeking further qualifications and/or continuing professional development and who are: practitioners in public or private practice; taxation officers in the Australian Taxation Office or related departments (e.g. Department of Treasury); corporate accountants, financial planners and advisers requiring specialist taxation qualifications; or members of the legal profession who are seeking specialist taxation qualification.
Students can study towards a range of qualifications in the Taxation course. Students can exit after completion of four units and receive the Graduate Certificate, after eight units to receive the Graduate Diploma or after 12 units for the Master of Taxation.
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Fundamentals of Australian Tax Law
Finance Principles and Analysis
Fundamentals of Business and Corporations Law
Taxation Research in Current Topics
Taxation of Trusts (Previously Taxation (Trusts))
Applied International Taxation
GST and Indirect Taxes
Taxation of Capital Gains
apply principles of taxation law to practical situations and case studies at an applied, professional practice level; complete original research work to extend discipline knowledge
read legislation, cases and related taxation materials and critically reflect upon them at an applied, professional practice level
access and evaluate relevant taxation materials and critically analyse content at an applied, professional practice level
communicate effectively in ways appropriate to a trans disciplinary and varied audience, for a range of purposes and to a professional standard
use appropriate technologies, recognising their capabilities and limitations, for professional practice
take responsibility for the development of ongoing professional, self directed and reflective education relating to developments and changes in the taxation industry
utilize a practical and evaluative approach to the impact of international taxation industry issues and apply a global perspective to the resolution of these issues
recognise the importance of cultural diversity and how it impacts upon the taxation industry administratively and practically
exhibit an ethical approach to analysing taxation issues; solve problems independently or collaboratively; at a professional practice level
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