Accounting is a broad term referring to the process of keeping financial accounts. It involves recording, measuring, interpreting and communicating financial information for businesses and/or individuals. Accounting courses equip students with the key knowledge, principles and skills involved in accounting practice, such as preparation of financial statements and reports, use of accounting software, and all the intricacies of tax. There are different types of accounting courses to choose from, ranging from a Certificate all the way through to a Master’s degree. If you have a head for numbers and are looking for a sturdy career in the financial sector, an accounting role might be for you.
This double degree brings together information technology with the knowledge required by professional Accountants. Develop skills in designing and implementing tech for improved business systems and learn the fundamentals for a career in accounting with the Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology & Bachelor of Business (Accounting) from Western Sydney University.
Gain skills and core competencies to help you begin a career in accountancy or bookkeeping with this self-paced online Certificate IV Accounting and Bookkeeping (FNS40217) from MCI Institute.
The Diploma of Accounting (FNS50217) is an essential online diploma course for anyone wishing to pursue careers in the finance industry or to better manage the finances of their own business.
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