Accounting department

AUT Business School's Accounting department staff are active researchers and internationally recognised scholars. Ranked in the top 150 in the world, the department conducts world-class research on fundamental issues of accounting that affect the business community and regulatory authorities.

We actively involve students in our research and welcome students to contact staff members to find a suitable master's or PhD research topic related to accounting.

Undergraduate study in accounting will give you a solid grounding in this area.

The accounting department offers postgraduate degrees that focus on financial accounting, management accounting and accounting information systems:

Research in accounting

We believe in high-quality research that has impact, and have world-class researchers and research strengths across accounting.

Accounting research overview

Use real-time accounting and finance data

Get hands-on experience by using the same technology as global finance professionals. Our Business School’s Database Resource Centre houses real-time databases – helping our accounting and finance students better understand economic events and the factors that affect them.

Databases include Thomson Reuters EIKON, Thomson Reuters Datastream, Thomson Reuters Tick History, Morningstar Direct and Standard & Poor’s Compustat Global.

Tien Nguyen
Tiffany Campbell
Hana Velio
Jeremiah Chia
Veer Khanna

Contact the Accounting department

Contact us by email:

accounting@aut.ac.nz

View department staff

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