CPA/ICAA courses

Students with overseas degree qualifications in Commerce, Business or Accounting are able to study conversion courses in order to meet CPA Australia and ICAA entry requirements. These single courses offered by USQ are accredited as satisfying the relevant requirements of professional accounting associations, and can be studied in Australia or overseas. To be eligible to register as a tax agent with the Tax Practitioners Board, further studies in Taxation Law and Commercial Law are required.

CourseExternal
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
On-campus
(ONC)

Undergraduate courses

ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-MakingS1, S2, S3--
ACC1102 Financial AccountingS2, S3--
ACC2113 Management Accounting IS1, S2--
ACC2115 Company AccountingS1, S3--
ACC3101 Accounting Information SystemsS1, S2--
ACC3116 Accounting and SocietyS1, S2--
ACC3118 AuditingS1, S2--
CIS1000 Information Systems ConceptsS1, S2, S3--
ECO1000 EconomicsS1, S2, S3--
FIN1101 Introduction to Corporate FinanceS1, S3--
LAW1101 Introduction to LawS1, S2, S3--
LAW2106 Law of Business OrganisationsS2, S3--
LAW3130 Revenue Law and PracticeS1, S2, S3--
STA2300 Data AnalysisS1, S2, S3--

Postgraduate Courses

ACC5202 Accounting-S1, S2-
ACC5213 Management Accounting with a Strategic Perspective-S2-
ACC5215 Corporate Accounting-S1, S2-
ACC5216 Accounting Theory-S1, S2-
ACC5218 Auditing Practice-S1-
ECO5000 Economics for Managers-S2, S3-
FIN5003 Decision Support Tools-S3-
LAW5201 Commercial Law-S1-
LAW5206 Corporations Law-S2-