The School's primary teaching aim is to provide education of the highest quality for students who wish to study for the accounting and corporate governance majors of the Bachelor of Business degree.
The Bachelor of Business (BBus) is offered by the Faculty of Business, which comprises the Schools of Accounting & Corporate Governance, Economics & Finance, Information Systems, Law and Management. The School teaches units for all the majors offered in the BBus and has primary responsibility for the following majors:
The Accounting and Corporate Governance majors are offered on all of the University's campuses (Hobart, Launceston and Burnie) as well as offshore in Malaysia.
Detailed information on the structure of the BBus degree, including all the units offered, and the University's rules and regulations, may be obtained from the Undergraduate Courses section of the University Course and Unit Handbook. Alternatively you may contact the Faculty Office.
The Bachelor of Business (Honours) degree offered by the School of Accounting and Corporate Governance provides students with the opportunity to pursue a fourth year of advanced study in Accounting and Corporate Governance.
Honours in accounting offers enormous benefits in terms of enhanced career prospects, opportunities for postgraduate studies, and personal development.
Detailed information on the structure of the BBus(Hons) degree, including all of the units offered, and the University's rules and regulations may be obtained from the Undergraduate Courses section of the University Course and Unit Handbook and from the BBus(Hons) Brochure (PDF 53KB) provided by the School of Accounting and Corporate Governance.
The coursework units offered in the Honours program are taught by academic staff in the school. The following staff are available to supervise dissertations by Honours students:
International students need to submit applications through the University's International Students office.
Authorised by the Head of School, Accounting & Corporate Governance
5 March, 2012