Master of Management (Accounting and Finance)
- CRICOS Code: 085103A
At MBS we offer a comprehensive program to support your learning, develop your skills and enrich your degree. We encourage you to be involved both on and off campus and to make the most of your time outside the classroom.
Australia´s No.1 Accounting Department
The University of Melbourne has taught Accounting since 1925 and has built a strong reputation as a premier educator in the field. Today, the Department of Accounting proudly maintains and enhances that reputation, attracting high calibre academic staff and students.
Warren McKeown is a Teaching Fellow and Program Director of the Master of Management (Accounting & Finance). He has over twenty-years of experience in financial planning as a Chartered Accountant (Financial Planning Specialist) and as a Certified Financial Planner. Warren continues to present workshops on financial planning for the CPA Program also provides consulting services to a small number of clients.
The Faculty also cares a lot about teaching, and they want to give the students a rich and great learning experience to prepare them well for their future jobs. They want to train them well in accounting, and that’s something I want to be part of.Senior Accounting Lecturer Mario Schabus
Senior Accounting Lecturer Mario Schabus teaches Strategic Cost Management. Mario's interests span several research streams at the intersection between financial and managerial accounting. His main research interest is corporate governance. You can read more about Mario, and what his students can expect to learn about strategic cost management here.
Anne's research focuses on performance measurement and cost management practice, particularly through field studies. She has taught across a range of subjects in the undergraduate, Masters level, honours and PhD programs in Accounting. Her teaching approach focuses on the use of case studies to explore the links between the theory and practice of management accounting.
Dean of the Faculty of Business and Economics Professor Paul Kofman teaches Ethics in Finance. Professor Kofman commenced his career as a lecturer in Finance at Erasmus University in 1991, before migrating to Australia in 1994 where he has held a number of senior University roles at Monash University, University of New South Wales, and the University of Technology, Sydney, prior to joining The University of Melbourne as Professor of Finance in 2001. Professor Kofman was appointed as Dean of the Faculty and Sidney Myer Chair of Commerce in 2012. His main research and teaching interests are in quantitative finance, and ethics in finance. With co-author Clare Payne, he recently published “A Matter of Trust: the practice of ethics in finance”.