ACCTING 7026BMELB - Accounting Systems and Processes (M) (Part B)

Melbourne Campus - Summer - 2024

This course aims to provide students with an overall knowledge and understanding of accounting information systems and processes, and implications of their use in modern business. The course will examine a number of areas including the roles of accounting information systems in business, particularly in supporting strategic and operational decision-making, problem-solving and operations (e.g. data management, modelling, and analytics), the manner in which these systems are developed, acquired and deployed, and used to enhance business processes, internal controls, risk management, and auditing. Contemporary issues including security, distributed ledger technology, and ethics are also covered.

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