Diploma in Intermediate Accounting (DIAc) Program Details
Start building your foundation in the field of Professional Accountancy
Thecapital structure and financial planning. Topics incorporate key principles for management and ethical considerations in a wider global context, and prepare students to pursue their next steps in a professional accountancy career.
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- ACTG 6120 3.00 INTERMEDIATE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I
- ACTG 6250 3.00 FINANCIAL REPORTING AND ANALYSIS
- MACC 5101 3.00 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING FUNDAMENTALS 3.00
- MACC 5211 3.00 MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING FUNDAMENTALS
Plus one of:
- ACTG 6140 3.00 INTERMEDIATE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II
- ACTG 6550 1.50 ADVANCED MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
- ACTG 6600 3.00 AUDITING STANDARDS & APPLICATIONS
- ACTG 6710 3.00 INTRODUCTION TO INCOME TAXATION
- ACTG 6720 3.00 ADVANCED INCOME TAXATION
- MACC 6201 1.50 MULTI-COMPETENCY CASE ANALYSIS FOR ACCOUNTANTS
Upon successful completion of the DIAc (Terms 0 and 1) students are eligible to enter Term 2 of the Master of Accounting (MAcc).
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