CPA Financial Reporting and Disclosure
Prepare for your CPA examination with this core professional accounting subject. Get to know International Financial Reporting Standards. Deepen your understanding of financial reporting and prepare financial statements.
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On completion of this subject you will be able to:
- Explain the application and basis of selected IFRSs issued by the IASB
- Apply IFRSs in the preparation of general purpose financial statements
- Comprehend and explain details relating to general purpose financial statements
- Facilitate the preparation of general purpose financial statements including the exercise of professional judgement
- A week-by-week guide to the topics you will explore in this subject will be provided in your study materials.
You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:
RMI-ACCT2280-Strategic Management Control Systems and RMI-ECON1315-Quantitative Methods for Economic Analysis and RMI-MPAC10-Accounting, Accountability and Society and RMI-MPAC20-Business & Corporations Law and RMI-MPAC30-Contemporary Financial and Integrated Reporting and RMI-MPAC50-Accounting Thought and Ethics and RMI-MPAC70-Financial Decision Making ;
Students should successfully complete Stages A and B prior to commencing this subject.
No special requirements
This is a core subject in the Master of Professional Accounting (CPA Australia Extension) degree. This subject develops your ability as an accounting graduate to deepen your financial reporting and business skills that are applicable in an international professional environment. The subject is based on International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs). You will be able to provide relevant business advice to a range of stakeholders. This subject integrates the materials from the CPA Program Professional Level segment titled ‘Financial Disclosure’ and prepares you for the CPA examination.
Please note that the assessment information listed above is currently undergoing review and is subject to change.
- Asssignment 1 (50%)
- Asssignment 2 (20%)
- CPA Exam (Invigilated) (30%)