Master of Professional Accountancy and Finance

Master of Professional Accountancy and Finance


Elevate your career with the Master of Professional Accountancy and Finance.

Study this world-recognised masters qualification online and gain the skills, knowledge and business capabilities sought-after by potential employers around the world.

After successful completion of Massey University’s Master of Professional Accountancy and Finance course, you will be able to join CA ANZ, CPA Australia, and/or ACCA. Once you complete their professional programmes and practical experience you will be eligible to apply for membership to the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) or the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA).

The Master of Professional Accountancy and Finance programme builds on your skills to help you move into more senior roles, whether you’ve come from a financial background or not.


Admission to the Master of Professional Accountancy and Finance requires that they will:

English language minimum proficiency for postgraduate study

The following are the minimum Englsh language requirements for postgraduate study at Massey University:

Academic IELTS 6.5 (no band less than 6.0);TOEFL iBT 90 overall (with writing score of 20); PTE Academic 58 Overall (min 50 in communicative skills); Cambridge English overall score of 176 and all bands 169 or better.


Course Outline

The Master of Professional Accountancy and Finance is comprised of 16 papers (courses). It normally takes two years to complete if studying full-time or up to six years part-time.

Students follow a fixed course of study which consists of papers (courses) totalling at least 240 credits, comprising Part A and Part B.

Part A
110.701 Accounting Systems
110.702 Financial Accounting and Reporting
110.703 Management Accounting and Decision Making
125.701 Quantitative Methods for Accounting and Finance
125.702 Financial Management
152.771 Management in Organisations
155.771 Law of Business
178.771 Economics

Part B
110.804 Advanced Financial Accounting and Reporting
110.805 Advanced Strategic Management Accounting
110.806 Auditing and Assurance
110.807 Tax
125.803 Corporate Finance
125.804 Financial Asset Management
125.805 International Finance
125.806 Financial Risk Management

In order to progress from Part A to Part B, candidates must have achieved a minimum B- grade average in Part A of the qualification.


Dates & Fees

Semester one intake commences every February
Semester two intake commences every August

Tuition fees of $3,058.70 per paper (course)
Non tuition fees of between $163.75 and $285.30, depending on the number of papers (courses) you study per year.
Note: Fees quoted are estimates only and are in New Zealand dollars excluding GST.  Fees are based on 2017 rates and subject to change each year.


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