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  • Graduate Certificate. 1 semester.
  • Graduate Diploma. 2 or 3 semesters.
  • Master Degree. 1 or 2 years.
  • Tuition AU$9,500 /semester to AU$26,000 /year.
  • Work while you study.
  • Stay to work when you graduate.

Accounting.

Careers. Accountant, Professional Accountant, Auditor, Financial Planner, Management Consultant, Strategic Manager, Chartered or CPA accounting, Management-level positions in industry or government, Taxation Auditor.

  • Master of Accounting, Australian National University. Develop accounting skills and an ability to undertake independent research and critical thinking.
  • Master of Accountancy, (2 years), University of Western Sydney. Complete the pre-entry educational requirements for CPA Australia, The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA) or the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA).
  • Graduate Diploma in Accounting, Australian National University. For accounting graduates who wish to extend their knowledge of Accounting and related disciplines.
  • Graduate Diploma in Accounting, La Trobe University. Develop competencies in financial accounting, management accounting, auditing, finance, business law, taxation, information systems, and contemporary accounting.
  • Graduate Diploma of Accounting, James Cook University. Business law, taxation, data analysis and decision modelling, accounting, finance and economics.
  • Graduate Diploma in Accounting, University of Western Sydney. Combine accounting, business and law units into an award.
  • Graduate Certificate in Accounting, Australian National University. For students with no background in Accounting and covers some of the basic theories and techniques in Accounting and how these are applied.
  • Graduate Certificate of Accounting, James Cook University. Open to graduates from any discipline. Business law, accounting, data analysis and decision modelling and economics.
  • Graduate Certificate in Accounting, University of Western Sydney. Combine accounting, business and law units into an award.
  • Master of Professional Accounting, (2 years), Edith Cowan University. For graduates whose first degree is in an area other than accounting to undertake major studies in accounting and law.
  • Master of Professional Accounting, (1.5 years), La Trobe University. Combine foundation studies with more advanced studies in finance, management accounting, financial accounting, auditing and taxation.
  • Master of Professional Accounting, James Cook University. Accounting, economics, business law, taxation, statistics, human relations, finance, marketing leadership and strategy.
  • Master of Professional Accounting Extended, University of Technology Sydney. Provide non-accounting graduates with the necessary skills and knowledge required for a career in professional accounting.
  • Master of Professional Accounting, University of Technology Sydney. Mix of accounting, finance, legal and economics subjects; provide graduates with little or no accounting exposure with the necessary skills required for a career in professional accounting.
  • Master of Professional Accounting (Advanced), (2 years), University of Western Sydney. Improve research skills, develop logical arguments and analytical skills in a business context along with enhanced communication skills.
  • Master of Professional Accounting, University of Western Sydney. Complete the pre-entry education requirements for CPA Australia, The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA) and the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA).
  • Master of Professional Accounting, (2 years), University of the Sunshine Coast. Economics, business law, research methods, and information and communications technology (ICT).
  • Master of Professional Accounting, (2 years), Central Queensland University. Accounting, finance, computer software applications, economics, statistics, and business law.
  • Master of Professional Accounting (Non Graduate Entry), (2.5 years), Central Queensland University. Designed for non-graduate students wishing to undertake further study in the area of accounting.
  • Graduate Certificate of Business (Professional Accounting), (1 year), Edith Cowan University. For non-accounting graduates wishing to enter the accounting profession.
  • Master of Accounting (Research Studies), (1.5 years), La Trobe University. Enable high-achieving postgraduate coursework students to complete appropriate research training.
  • Graduate Certificate in Accounting Information Systems, University of Technology Sydney. General understanding of the basic elements of accounting and related areas of study.
  • Master of Commerce (Accounting), University of Western Sydney. Contemporary topics based on research and case studies on accounting issues related to world-class organisations.

Accounting and Business Management.

Careers.  Management accountant.

Accounting and Finance.

Careers. Management-level positions in industry or government.

Actuarial studies.

Careers. Risk manager, Actuarial sector.

Applied Economics.

Careers. Economic analysis, Economist, Consulting.

  • Master of Applied Economics, Australian National University. Understand the links between different markets and sectors in free market economies as well as their place within the wider global economy.
  • Graduate Diploma in Applied Economics, Australian National University. Foundation in economic theory and quantitative methods, microeconomics and macroeconomics, intermediate-level mathematical methods, econometric methods.

Econometrics. 

Careers. Econometrist.

Economics.

Careers. Economic analysis, Economist, Consulting, Foreign exchange dealing, Analysis and forecasting, Investment banking.

  • Master of Economics, Australian National University. Rigorous training in graduate economics, understand important recent developments in both theoretical and applied economics.
  • Master of Economics, James Cook University. Key areas of economics, such as: macroeconomic, pricing, profitability and firm behaviour, government intervention in the labour market, health sector, regional economic disparities, international trade, forecasting and econometrics.
  • Graduate Diploma in Economics, Australian National University. Basic understanding of modern economic analysis. Available to graduates in any discipline who have some background in economics and quantitative methods.
  • Postgraduate Diploma of Economics, James Cook University. Prepare graduates to be economic analysts in the public or private sectors.
  • Graduate Diploma in Economics, La Trobe University. Economic theory and its application to government macro and microeconomic policy and business enterprises.
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Economics, La Trobe University. For students with a Bachelor's degree in related field. Opportunity to study advanced topics in economics and to undertake supervised research.
  • Master of Economics (Research), James Cook University. Learn advanced economic problem solving strategies associated with common industry issues: labour market, human resource management, exchange rates, profitability, politics, social welfare, financial fragility, and the environment.

Economic History, Economic Policy.

Careers. Economic analysis, Consulting, Analysis and forecasting.

  • Master of Economic Policy, Australian National University. Analysis of the interaction between political and economic forces that determine monetary and fiscal policies set by governments.
  • Graduate Diploma in Economic Policy, Australian National University. Foundation in economic theory and quantitative methods that is relevant to the analysis of issues in economic policy including core areas of microeconomics and macroeconomics.
  • Graduate Certificate in Economic Policy, Australian National University. For students without prior economics training or whose economics training is distant or minimal.
  • Graduate Diploma in Economic History, Australian National University. Knowledge of economic history and the opportunity to write an extended piece of original research.

Finance.

Careers. Financial analysis, Finance industry.

  • Master of Finance, Australian National University. Corporate finance, securities trading, investments, portfolio construction, derivative pricing and risk management.
  • Master of Finance, University of Western Sydney. Preparation for executive careers in finance, banking, funds management and corporate treasuries.
  • Graduate Diploma in Finance, La Trobe University. Introductory-level knowledge in finance, economics, accounting or statistics, and specialist subjects in debt securities and econometric methods.
  • Graduate Certificate in Finance, La Trobe University. Introductory level knowledge in finance, economics, accounting and statistics.
  • Graduate Diploma in Finance, University of Technology Sydney. Financial institution knowledge and decision-making skills for executives in financial institutions, corporations and financial consultancies.
  • Graduate Certificate in Finance, University of Technology Sydney. Introduction to finance theory and practice. For workers in the various fields of finance and banking whose backgrounds are in fields other than business, finance, commerce or accounting.
  • Master of Applied Finance, University of Western Sydney. Technical knowledge necessary to function in the financial environment with an emphasis on the practical application.

Financial Analysis and Planning.

Careers. Financial Analysis, Research, Risk manager, Investment, Banking, Finance.

Financial and Investment.

  • Master of Financial Analysis (Investment), La Trobe University. Foundation of study in economics, accounting and quantitative methods, with a focus on equity valuation and portfolio performance measurement.

Financial Management and Business.

Careers. Manager, International financial markets, instruments and institutions.

  • Master of Financial Management, Australian National University. Financial management principles and their application to corporate finance policy.
  • Graduate Certificate in Financial Management, Australian National University. Develop a greater understanding of financial management principles and their application; improve analytical skills for interpreting and analyzing financial information.
  • Master of Accounting and Financial Management, (2 years), La Trobe University. For graduates who did not major in accounting and financial management to achieve a professional accounting qualification.
  • Master of Financial Management, (2 years), Central Queensland University. Financial market analysis, banking, investment houses, government departments and financial brokering.
  • Graduate Diploma of Financial Management, Central Queensland University. Systems Management Overview, Economics for Business, Organisational Finance, Accounting Information for Decision Making and Financial Marketing Analysis.
  • Master of Business in Finance, University of Technology Sydney. Comprehensive range of skills and expertise expected of leading practitioners in the banking and finance sectors.
  • Graduate Diploma of Business (Finance), (1 year), Edith Cowan University. Portfolio selection and management; capital budgeting in conditions of certainty and uncertainty; corporate financing decisions; and the operations of the capital market.
  • Graduate Certificate of Business (Finance), (1 year), Edith Cowan University. Introduction to finance but who hold no formal qualifications in finance.

Health Economics.

Careers. Private and public sectors, International organizations, National and international associations, Consultancy firms, Insurance companies, Sickness funds, Medical technology agencies, Hospitals, Regional health authorities, Government institutions.

  • Master of Health Economics, Australian National University. Application of economics to problems in health and health care. Analysis of health care interventions and health policies.

Trading.

Careers. Economic analysis, Business, Government, NGOs.

 

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