SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING, FINANCE & ECONOMICS
BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (G95)
MAJOR IN ACCOUNTING (MAAAAH)
MAJOR IN BUSINESS LAW (MAAAAK)
Four Business Edge Units
Year One Semester 1
Year One Semester 2
BES1100 Foundations of Business Knowledge
BES1200 Business Knowledge Development
BES2100 Foundations of Business Leadership
BES3100 Business Career Development
Three Business Core Units
Eight Accounting Major Units
Eight Business Law Major Units
The degree requires 360 credit points (24 units) for graduation and each Bachelor of Business unit is equal to 15
Credit Points. All Bachelor of Business students must complete a minimum of 60 credit points (4 units) at third year
level and no more than 180 credit points (12 units) at first year level.
To meet the accreditation requirements of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia students must
complete LAW2300 Company Law II AND LAW2410 Income Tax Framework II.
For accreditation to the CPA Australia the unit LAW2300 Company Law II is required and LAW2410 Income Tax
Framework II is highly recommended but not compulsory.
Single major students should take these units among their elective units or as part of the Professional Accounting
Minor. Double major students should refer to double major course planners for details of structures.
For further information or any queries you are welcome to contact a Student Information Officer on 6304 5666,
email email@example.com or drop by the Student Information Centre at Joondalup campus Room 2.261.
Unit descriptions and prerequisites are available at http://handbook.ecu.edu.au/.
For unit availability and semester timetable go to http://www.ecu.edu.au/apps/SIMO/
Please note this course planner maybe subject to change and should only be used as a guide for new students
commencing in semester 2, 2010. If you require any further assistance please contact the Student Informa