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The Master of Accounting Intelligence is designed to equip students with the necessary skills and knowledge for a career in professional accounting in the current era of digital transformation. The course satisfies the academic requirements for entry to the Australian professional accountancy bodies and hence provides an opportunity for a national or international career in accounting.
The course aims to provide students with the required foundations in accounting and related areas, as well as an understanding of the ways in which Fintech applications, big data, analytics, artificial intelligence and blockchain can support accounting activities and services.
The course is taught by academic staff active in research, and students are exposed to professional and scholarly developments that have been achieved through research activity. The course is at the cutting edge with business applications of digital technologies embedded across the curriculum.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is available and will be assessed in accordance with IMC's RPL policy and procedure.
Students who have completed a bachelor’s degree in a related field or a CPA Australia or ACCA accredited course can get a maximum of 24 credit points transferred (i.e. 4 units).
This course contains 18 core units in accounting intelligence and related fields. All units are weighted at 6 credit points unless otherwise marked “#” which are weighted at 3 credit points (i.e. half units).
TACC601 Principles of Accounting
TECO601 Principles of Economics
TSTA602 Quantitative Methods for Accounting and Finance
TLAW607 Business and Corporations Law (in Australia)
TACC606* Accounting Theory and Application
TACC607* Managerial Accounting
TFIN603 Corporate Finance
TTEC613 Business Intelligence in Accounting
TACC616 Financial Reporting and Business Analysis
TTEC601 Big Data Applications in Accounting#
TTEC602 Data Visualisation and Presentation in Accounting#
TTEC603 Blockchain Applications in Accounting#
TTEC604 Artificial Intelligence Applications in Accounting#
TCAP601 Digitalised Services in Professional Practice (Capstone)
To qualify for the degree of Master of Accounting Intelligence, a student must complete an aggregate of 18 core units (96 credit points).
Please refer to the table for the changes to unit codes and names which will be effective from Term 1, 2020.
Please note: The availability of units may be slightly different across campuses.