This paper involves guiding students through a literature review on a topic of their own choice.
Literature Review course will expose students to a wide cross-section of accounting literature and guide them on how to write a literature review for a journal article, research project, or a dissertation. This course is suitable for students who intend to do a research degree, Honours, Postgraduate Diploma, or Masters with a research component.
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B/B+ average for 300-level Accounting papers is required.
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- Teaching Arrangements
- This paper is taught through lectures.
Textbooks are not required for this paper.
- Graduate Attributes Emphasised
- Communication, Self-motivation.
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- Learning Outcomes
- A key outcome of a university education is learning how to think. This course teaches students how to think by presenting a structured philosophical framework for critically analysing the theoretical arguments of others, as well as developing and defending one's own arguments. Critical analysis skills are not only essential for a research career, but are also important in a management career, a professional career (especially management consulting), and even ordinary life. Indeed, the applications of a proper university education are limitless. Being able to think critically equips one with the means to improve the quality of one's own work, as well as the work of colleagues.