Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)

On successful completion of this programme, graduates should be able to:

  1. Process accounting information efficiently, using appropriate tools, techniques and technology.
  2. Formulate accounting and auditing reports to comply with internal and external frameworks, appropriately exercising professional judgment.
  3. Communicate financial and non-financial information to internal and external stakeholders, employing appropriate tools and technology.
  4. Frame operating, investing, and financing decisions, using relevant information, appropriate techniques and pertinent legislation.
  5. Review internal controls to optimize performance, minimize losses and identify appropriate audit measures.
  6. Debate contemporary issues related to academic and professional accounting/auditing/finance using relevant theories and coherent arguments.
  7. Evaluate contemporary environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues in global and Pacific Island economies applying best practices.
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