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ACC1100 Accounting I
Credit Points: 15
Accounting I is an introductory course designed to help the student understand, prepare and use financial reports such as a Balance sheet, Income statement and a statement of Cash flows. The unit will cover a range of financial and managerial accounting issues with an appropriate “mix” of theory and practice. Preparing and using financial reports requires the ability to analyse issues, solve problems, and develop logical, well-formulated answers. Completion of the unit will assist students in developing these skills.

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This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
MAACCOAccounting Major
MAAAAHAccounting Major
MIAAABAccounting Minor
SPAABUArts Promotion Area of Specialisation
SPAABHArts Promotion Area of Specialisation
M62Associate Degree of Hospitality Management
M61Associate Degree of Tourism Management
K32Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Business
K34Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)
M29Bachelor of Hospitality and Tourism Management
E04Bachelor of Hospitality Management
K51Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Business
V38Bachelor of Tourism Management
MAAAEGBusiness Information Systems Major - Bunbury
MAAAAJEconomics Major
MAAAAIFinance Major
MAAAFVHospitality Management Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 30/04/2009 VET: 30/04/2009