The Bachelor of Accounting/Diploma of Laws is a unique course that prepares you to qualify as an accountant and teaches you about the legal issues affecting accounting practices. The course is an opportunity to gain two qualifications in three years (if you study full time) and expand your career prospects as a more sought-after accountant in the corporate world. The Bachelor of Accounting will give you the employment and professional skills you need in a rapidly changing business environment. You will learn about financial accounting, management accounting, auditing, taxation, business law, corporate law, and finance. The course also develops your communication, presentation and problem-solving skills. The Diploma of Laws is designed to give you an understanding of the law, without committing to a full law degree. You will gain a broad understanding of how the legal system and legal processes impact corporate accounting. During the course, you will choose from a range of specialist units in law, so you can tailor your studies to suit your accounting interests and career goals. On completing the diploma, you can apply to study a Bachelor of Laws and transfer credits for the units you have completed, so you can finish your degree faster.