COMM 602

Principles of Accounting and Finance

Course overview

A grounding in the theory and practice of accounting and finance, and the role they play in effective financial and management decision-making.

Course information

Available semesters Semester 2 2021
Credits 10
Domestic fees $644.50

What you will learn

After successfully completing this course, you’ll be able to:

  1. Identify the information needs, uses, and sources of various stakeholders for important decision-making in the context of accounting and finance.
  2. Apply cost-volume profit analysis to operating decisions.

  3. Use various investment appraisal methods to make business investment decisions.
  4. Use information about long-term and short-term sources of funding to make business financing decisions.
  5. Explain the purpose and key components of the three main financial statements and then analyse the financial information to make business decisions.

Course examiners

Zhaohua Li

Associate Professor Zhaohua Li

Associate Professor

Department of Financial Systems and Business Systems

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