Bachelor of Accounting

Bachelor of Accounting

Bachelor of Accounting

Bachelor of Accounting

Start your journey to becoming a professional accountant with the Bachelor of Accounting.

The Bachelor of Accounting aims to provide Aotearoa New Zealand with people who are equipped with knowledge, technical and professional skills in the field of accounting and can apply the knowledge and skills in an ethical, socially responsible and sustainable way in a variety of business settings that aligns to Nga Kaupapa o te Tiriti o Waitangi.

SIT is now offering HyFlex ('Hybrid-Flexible') through face-to-face and online learning for some of the papers within the Bachelor of Accounting programme. This allows for learning flexibility but please be aware that students will be required to be on-campus for some assessments.

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Key Details
Invercargill / Hyflex
Qualification:
Degree
Level:
7
Credits:
360
Duration:

Three years full-time

Part-time study is available

Study Modes:
Dates:
To be advised – Please Enquire
Fees:

This programme is eligible for the Zero Fees Scheme.

  • No Tuition Fees
  • Direct Material Costs: $505.00 per year under Zero Fees Scheme (GST inclusive).

International Fees can be found here.


Some Course Details May Change

As part of our move into Te Pūkenga we're aligning our courses nationally. This is ongoing, and means that some course details including fees, and entry requirements may change. In the meantime please go ahead and apply as normal, we will keep you advised of any changes, and we are always available to answer any questions you might have.

The Bachelor of Accounting aims to provide Aotearoa New Zealand with people who are equipped with knowledge, technical and professional skills in the field of accounting and can apply the knowledge and skills in an ethical, socially responsible and sustainable way in a variety of business settings that aligns to Nga Kaupapa o te Tiriti o Waitangi.

Graduates of the three-year, full-time (or equivalent part-time) programme will be able to operate in accounting related roles for a range of industries and organisations at both operational and strategic levels. Employment pathways for graduates include roles in business accounting such as: financial accounting, management accounting, auditing, taxation, treasury, banking and finance, risk management, business consultancy, across the private and public sector.

The NZQA approved Bachelor of Accounting meets the criteria and is fully accredited by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) and Chartered Practising Accountant Australia (CPA).

Akonga who have completed the New Zealand Diploma in Business (Level 5) Accounting Strand can be credited with the first year of the Bachelor of Accounting and may continue study from level 6.

Level 5 compulsory courses:

ACCY5101 Introduction to Accounting and Taxation

ACCY5102 Applied Accounting

ACCY5103 Analysis of Financial Information

ACCY5104 Budgeting for Planning and Control

ACCY5105 Commercial Law

ACCY5106 Economics

BSNS5001 Organisations in and Aotearoa New Zealand Context

BSNS5002 Business Environments

BSNS5003 Business Functions

BSNS5004 Change and Innovation

 

Level 6 compulsory courses:

ACCY6101 Intermediate Management Accounting

ACCY6102 Intermediate Financial Accounting

ACCY6103 Taxation in Aotearoa New Zealand

ACCY6104 Introduction to Finance

ACCY6105 Data Analytics

ACCY6106 Law of Business Entities

ACCY6107 Research Methods

ACCY6108 Accounting Information Systems

 

Level 7 compulsory courses:

ACCY7101 Advanced Management Accounting

ACCY7102 Advanced Financial Accounting

ACCY7103 Auditing and Assurances

ACCY7104 Professional Accounting Project*

One elective course (any level).

* All courses are 15 credits except ACCY7104 which is a 30 credit course.

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