This course contains 21 units in auditing and related fields. All units are weighted at 6 credit points unless otherwise marked “#” which are units weighted at 3 credit points (i.e. half units).
Assumed Knowledge Required
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
TACC605* Corporate Accounting
TACC608* Auditing and Assurance Services
TLAW603* Taxation Law and Practice (in Australia)
TTEC614 Business Intelligence in Auditing and Assurance
BNAI603 Auditing and Assurance Services in China
BNAI604 Corporate Governance and Internal and External Audit
BNAI605 Business Skill for IT Auditing and Project Management
BNAI602 Fraud Auditing
BNAI601 Internal Control and Risk Management
TTEC605 Big Data Applications in Auditing#
TTEC606 Data Visualisation and Presentation in Auditing#
TTEC607 Blockchain Applications in Auditing and Assurance#
TTEC608 Intelligent Automation Applications in Auditing and Assurance#
TCAP602 Digitalised Services in Auditing and Assurance Practice (Capstone)
To qualify for the degree of Master of Big Data Auditing, a student with RPL is expected to complete an aggregate of 18 units (96 units of credit). The number of required units will be up to 21 units (114 credit points) if RPL is not awarded.
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.