Why study taxation online?
Advance your taxation career as you learn all things auditing, ATO and tax acts.
Gain specialist knowledge in areas including tax law, estate planning, business law, trusts and retirement planning. Get set for a career in the legal system, in government, in the finance sector, or as a tax practitioner in public or private practice.
Whether you’re fitting further study in around your existing career, or looking to level up with a new qualification, studying taxation is a great way to make your career count.
- Critically appraise legislation, cases and taxation materials.
- Communicate appropriately to a professional audience.
- Explore the impact of international taxation industry developments.
- Understand the implications of tax legislation on income tax returns.
- Analyse case studies, to explore the implications of tax law.
- Interrogate local and international tax policy.
Major in taxation
Study single taxation subjects
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During your enrolment, we’ll offer you the option to pay upfront in full, or defer your payment using a student loan. Remember to look into income tax deductions for course fees and study-related expenses.
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