Macquarie University is a Registered Tuition Provider of the CPA Program.
We offer two flexible courses that integrate education and practical experience. Both courses feature contemporary and internationally relevant material that provide you with an understanding of contemporary accounting issues.
Master of Advanced Professional Accounting
Are you a graduate who’s eligible to enrol in the CPA program, or already have a bachelor’s degree in accounting? If so, the Master of Advanced Professional Accounting will give you a professional qualification that’s underpinned by rigorous academic support.
The subject matter included in this specialisation is equivalent to the content offered in the CPA program.
The Master of Advanced Professional Accounting helps students gain three qualifications:
- A postgraduate degree in accounting
- Membership of CPA Australia
- The opportunity to gain Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) accreditation
Master of Accounting with a Specialisation in CPA Program
The Master of Accounting with a Specialisation in CPA Program enables you to obtain a university qualification and receive extensive academic support while you prepare for the CPA external examinations. Subject matter included in this specialisation is equivalent to the content offered in the CPA program.
This course has a research component and allows you to engage with the business community – many of whom contribute to the course’s learning materials.
- Assignment Cover sheet - Individual assignment (PDF) / Group assignment (PDF)
- Calculate your GPA
- Disruption to Studies
- Exam script viewing and grade appeal procedure
- Grade appeal policy
- I Expect to Complete - Lodge via ask.mq.edu.au
- Official academic transcript
- Status letter request (international students only)
CPA information session
The session was designed to provide students with information on CPA program structure and to explain the processes to enrol with Macquarie University and CPA Australia.
For students who were not able to attend, please refer to the following documents were provided and presented during the session: