Courses & Units

Accounting Information Analysis BFA501

Introduction

This unit develops your statistical knowledge through application to accounting information systems. Interpretation and application of the various statistical techniques is emphasised, and limitations and assumptions explored. Accounting information systems are interrogated through their transaction and systems development life cycles and their role in internal control. Statistical analysis is applied to the accounting information system's data to provide recommendations to authentic case studies.

Summary

Unit name Accounting Information Analysis
Unit code BFA501
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Business & Economics
Tasmanian School of Business and Economics
Discipline Accounting and Corporate Governance
Coordinator

Dr Paul Shantapriyan

Teaching staff

Dr Paul Shantapriyan

Available as student elective? No
Breadth Unit? No

Availability

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Domestic

Band Field of Education
3 080101

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Teaching

Teaching Pattern

Attending: a mixture of a weekly 3 hour workshop and online activities.

Distance: content delivered primarily online.

Assessment

Tests (short answer), case studies, presentation, final exam.

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Textbooks

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