Students are introduced to the basic principles and procedures of double entry accounting in the context of the historical cost model. The subject covers the accounting cycle, including source documents, journals, ledgers, adjustments to produce financial statements for external reporting and other relevant financial information for the unincorporated business. The subject explores the various assumptions made in the measurement of performance, the valuation of assets and the design and operation of information systems.

Australian Taxation Law combines practical application with Taxation Law, Case Law and Case studies.

This unit is a study of the practice and principles of company accounting.

Auditing is a theoretical based unit on Auditing in Commerce.

This subject enables students to enhance their communication skills through participating in an interactive communication workshop and expand their appreciation of other accounting packages.