This subject requires students to draw on the theories and frameworks from their entire program and apply them to an accounting problem faced by business. Each student will produce a unique, practical and applied project for their own or a client organisation that explores a pressing accounting-related business problem. The project will research and synthesise the relevant literature and where appropriated include empirical analysis and recommendations.
|Faculty||Bond Business School|
|Study abroad||Available to Study Abroad students|
1. Undertake applied, project-oriented accounting research in business
2. Demonstrate advanced real-world problem solving skills for analysing accounting problems in business and developing strategies for resolving problems
3. Communicate the outcomes of an applied research project synthesising relevant literature and empirical analysis
4. Demonstrate advanced report writing competencies
ACCT71-303 - Accounting Theory and Application