ACA220 - Business Applications - APP

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Subject Title
Business Applications - APP

Subject Description
This course requires students to apply the ACAF Method to a single comprehensive business scenario.  Each week, the business scenario will require students to demonstrate a different combination of technical skills acquired through the technical application courses, along with workplace skills such as the following: communication, routine problem solving, personal management and teamwork, management and analysis of information, and ethics.
The scenario deals with financial accounting, management accounting, finance, taxation, audit and information systems issues, providing practice in these technical areas through the application of the ACAF Method.  Working both individually and in groups, students will incorporate material from prerequisite courses and continue to refine their workplace skills.

Credit Status
One Credit

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate effective use of a cohesive process for using information and judgment to solve problems and inform decisions;
  2. Identify, analyse, and provide recommendations for ethical issues;
  3. Identify, analyse, and provide recommendations for common and routine issues in an integrative context;
  4. Communicate analysis and recommendations effectively.

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