A high ‘C’ grade or better in Stage 1 English.
Communication, Learning, Work.
The study of Accounting gives students opportunities to develop an understanding of the successful management of financial affairs in business, and gain knowledge and practical skills related to accounting processes for organisational and business applications. Students develop a conceptual understanding, which they then apply to practical exercises. They also learn how to interpret financial information and how to convey this information to interested users.
Students study the following three sections:
Section 1: The Environment of Accounting
Section 2: Financial Accounting
Section 3: Management Accounting
It is highly recommended that students purchase the following: Accounting Studies Workbook (Approximate Cost $50.00) & Accounting Studies Past Exams and Answers (Approximate Cost $20.00).
Assessment Type 1:
Skills & Application Tasks: Theory and practical tests.
Assessment Type 2:
Report: Written Report from financial information provided.
Assessment Type 3:
2 hour external examination: Problem questions, short answer and extended response questions.
Assessment Type 4: