Master of Professional Accounting at Victoria University, Australia

With the Master of Professional Accounting from Victoria University, you may further advance your career by acquiring cutting-edge accounting knowledge.



With the Master of Professional Accounting from Victoria University, you may further advance your career by acquiring cutting-edge accounting knowledge.

This postgraduate accounting degree provides a comprehensive understanding of environmental issues and global accounting trends together with specific knowledge, transferable skills, and practical experience.

To graduate prepared for a senior accounting career, you'll participate in these specific activities throughout your coursework:

  • implement business plans and case studies.

  • A significant research project or an evidence-based capstone activity should be evaluated and finished.

  • Utilize interdisciplinary knowledge to creatively assess business decisions.

  • acquire specialized expertise in finance, economics, and accounting.

You will be qualified to submit an application for credit points  with CPA Australia and the Chartered Accountants-Australia and New Zealand once you have finished this course (CA ANZ).

What you will study

Program Structure

Students must complete 192 credit points, which include the following, in order to receive the Master of Accounting degree.

Courses include:

  • College core units - 48 credit points

  • Professional core units - 96 credit points

  • Business Ethics and Sustainability - 12 credit points 

  • Applied Business Project (Capstone) - 12 credit points 

  • Elective units - 24 credit points 

Learning Outcomes

After passing this course, students will be qualified for:

  1. Examine the potential applications of theoretical concepts to accountancy practice;

  1. To analyze business challenges and prescribe solutions in real or current business environments, one must justify and understand theoretical statements and related bodies of knowledge.

  1. Adapt transdisciplinary knowledge to creatively evaluate business judgments in burgeoning professional accounting environments;

  1. Demonstrate accountability while making judgments both independently and in groups, as well as strategic creativity when confronted with new business or accounting challenges;

  1. Develop, carry out, and evaluate industry-specific investigations as a reflective practitioner to address challenging professional issues and direct management decision-making;

  1. Disseminate results and recommendations to multidisciplinary teams, ethnic groups, corporations, and other professional organizations;

  1. Show initiative and inspire leadership by acting consistently, morally, and socially to achieve economic and social goals;

  1. Examine and conduct a research project that informs effective accounting practice as a capstone. This helps you build and analyze abstract and practical difficult ideas and concepts.

Career Opportunities

There are several responsibilities and positions available for accountants in a variety of business environments, such as public accounting firms, businesses, and governmental agencies.

The following careers could be attained through this course:

  • Auditor

  • General accountant

  • Project accountant

  • Systems accountant

  • Taxation accountant

  • Management accountant

Admission Requirements

Entry Requirements

  • Accomplishment of a Bachelor's degree in any discipline from an Australian university

  • Having earned an Australian Graduate Diploma (or its equivalent) in a relevant field

English Language Requirements

  • IELTS - 6.5

  • TOEFL - 70

  • PTE - 55

Tuition Fee

  • For Domestic Students - Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP)

  • For International Students - AUD $15,500(Per semester)

  • Level
    Masters Coursework
  • Delivery
    On Campus
  • Duration
    2 years
  • Application Fee
  • Intake
  • Language Test Score
  • Scholarship
    10% tuition fee discount