The Master of Accounting and Business Information Technology is designed for graduates, early and mid-career professionals wanting to extend their understanding of methods and tools for leveraging accounting and information systems to enhance business value and competitiveness.
Graduates from the Master of Accounting and Business Information Technology gain the practical skills and knowledge to succeed in a range of careers, such as business analyst, forensic accountant, systems accountant, management accountant, systems analyst, system management specialist, database administrator and project manager.
and mid-career professionals with a background in Accounting or Information Systems/Information Technology wanting to extend their understanding of methods and tools for leveraging accounting and information systems to enhance business value and competitiveness.
Graduates from the Master of Accounting and Business Information Technology gain the practical skills and knowledge to succeed in a range of careers, such as business analyst, forensic accountant, systems accountant, management ac
completion of a recognized bachelor degree
meet English requirements.
* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.
The Master of Accounting and Business Information Technology (MAccBIT) is a specialist program that exposes students to current theory and practical applications of enterprise systems, business intelligence, decision support, strategic management accounting, e-business, corporate governance, risk management, audit & assurance, information systems security, and forensic investigation.
Two Accounting Core Courses (12 UOC)
ACCT5930 Financial Accounting (6 UOC)
ACCT5996 Management Accounting and Busi (6 UOC)
Two Information Systems Core Courses (12 UOC)
INFS5885 e-Business (6 UOC)
INFS5978 Accounting Information Systems (6 UOC)
Eight Specialisation Courses (48 UOC)
Students must study a minimum of three courses in each discipline. The Accounting courses are to be drawn from List A and List C. The Information Systems courses are to be drawn from List B and List C.
At least one capstone (from List C) must be included.
List A (Accounting)
ACCT5907 Int´l Fin Statement Analysis (6 UOC)
ACCT5908 Auditing and Assurance Ser. (6 UOC)
ACCT5910 Business Analysis & Valuation (6 UOC)
ACCT5919 Business Risk Management (6 UOC)
ACCT5920 Managing Intangible Resources (6 UOC)
ACCT5931 Strategic Management Accountin (6 UOC)
ACCT5942 Corporate Accounting & Regulat (6 UOC)
ACCT5943 Advanced Financial Reporting (6 UOC)
ACCT5949 Managing Agile Organisations (6 UOC)
ACCT5955 Management Control Systems (6 UOC)
ACCT5961 Reporting for Climate Change (6 UOC)
FINS5526 Inter. Corp. Governance (6 UOC)
List B (Information Systems)
INFS5604 Business Process Management (6 UOC)
INFS5621 Enterprise Systems (6 UOC)
INFS5831 Business Analysis & Consulting (6 UOC)
INFS5848 Project Management (6 UOC)
INFS5873 Business Analytics (6 UOC)
INFS5905 IS Auditing and Assurance (6 UOC)
INFS5907 Security&Ethics in Cyberspace (6 UOC)
INFS5929 Managing IS / IT Risk (6 UOC)
INFS5930 Social Media & Networking (6 UOC)
INFS5991 Business Intelligence Methods (6 UOC)
INFS5731 IS Strategy, Innovation & Agility (6 UOC)**
INFS5732 Information Systems Operational Excellence (6 UOC)**
**Program Authority approval required
List C (Compulsory Capstone)
ACCT5914 Enterprise Strategy for Manage (6 UOC)
INFS5740 Business Systems Project (6 UOC)
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