Bachelor of Business (Accounting, and Information Systems and Technology)

OP700106

Closed to new enrolments
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    Level
    7
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    Credits
    400
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    Workload

    Approximately 10-12 hours study per course per week.

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    Study type Trimester
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    Student loan

A degree with a double major in Accounting and Information Systems and Technology will provide you with the first step towards qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) through the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants (NZICA).

Closed to new enrolments

This qualification is closed to new students.

Please look at our other majors on the Bachelor of Business page:

 

Current Students

If you are currently enrolled in a major or double major in Information Systems and Technology, you can still continue studying the rest of your courses after the above courses have closed.

 

What you will learn

In this qualification you will:

  • gain an understanding of the basic concepts and operation of IS&T
  • be able to define problems, perform analysis and recommend systems and platforms
  • be able to design and test systems
  • build, or manage the building of, IS&T systems.

You will also gain:

  • interpersonal communication and influencing skills
  • understanding of a variety of business concepts, processes and procedures relevant to public and private organisations
  • the skill to be able to identify opportunities, solve problems and achieve business objectives by the use of suitable techniques with reference to ethical frameworks
  • the ability to critically evaluate the international, cross-cultural, economic, social and legal environments within which business functions
  • the ability to anticipate, adapt to and promote changes important to a business
  • the ability to select and apply appropriate qualitative and quantitative techniques.

Bachelor of Business pathway

If you’re a New Zealand Diploma in Business graduate you can fast track your study to a Bachelor of Business through our Advanced Standing Pathway programme.

 

  •  
    Level
    7
  •  
    Credits
    400
  •  
    Workload

    Approximately 10-12 hours study per course per week.

  •  
    Study type Trimester
  •  
    Student loan