This course has been discontinued - this course is closed for new enrolments, the information on this page is provided for continuing students.
The Bachelor of Accounting and Information Systems explores how people, information, computers, networks and processes come together to create cohesive business solutions. Students receive an industry-funded scholarship totalling approximately $40,000, which is paid over the duration of the course.
Students spend two 20-week periods in the accounting and information systems industries by working with Swinburne’s industry partners. Students learn how to use accounting systems to record and analyse business activities, prepare financial statements and management reports, and employ financial statements to guide investment decisions. They also learn how to use information from financial accounting systems to make decisions, develop operating strategies and evaluate business performance. The course also covers designing, building and implementing software solutions; analysing existing systems; and recommending solutions to address the information needs of organisations.
PLEASE NOTE: We’ve renamed this course - The Bachelor of Accounting and Information Systems is now known as the Bachelor of Accounting and Business Information Technology (Professional).
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- Semester 1 - 4 March 2019
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Faculty of Business and Law
Graduating straight into Deloitte
When Caitlin Rains enrolled in Swinburne’s Bachelor of Information Technology, she knew she’d be receiving a tidy $40k scholarship as part of the course. What she didn’t know was that, just three years later, she’d find herself fighting cybercrime at one of the biggest professional services networks in the world.
At Swinburne scholarships are about providing opportunity, promoting equity and recognising excellence and achievement. Scholarships are available for both commencing and current students.