Course code: #SPAPP1
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CDU professional practice MPA provides a unique opportunity to work in an organisation and gain valuable professional experience while also gaining an MPA qualification.
The course will equip you with contemporary knowledge and skills required for professional practice as a certified practising accountant (CPA) or chartered accountant (CA).
Gain the technical and conceptual skills needed for a competent accountant, and develop your ability to explore, analyse and synthesise various accounting and related principles, methods and techniques.
In addition, you will undertake a piece of research in your capstone unit of study that incorporates accounting theory and contemporary issues.
You can choose to undertake a professional placement, applied research specialisation or select electives that support your career objectives.
For your professional practice component, CDU provides training on working effectively in an organisation.
You are then given a placement opportunity to work in an organisation of approximately 300 hours over eight to ten weeks.
You may also organise your placement with a suitable organisation if you wish.
The placement occurs in the last semester of study and allows you to apply the knowledge you have gained during your MPA studies.
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Duolingo: Overall score of 110
Successful completion of the Graduate Diploma of Accounting Studies
Successful completion of a recognised bachelor's degree or equivalent international qualification in any discipline
Applicants who fully satisfy the entry requirements of the professional accounting bodies in their first degree are not eligible.
International Masters Preparation Program:
This course will develop advanced knowledge and skills in academic writing, research, critical thinking and intercultural communication to successfully undertake postgraduate study at CDU.
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