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Accounting refers to the field of work of managing funds. Accounting is necessary for any successful business therefore there is a high demand for qualified professionals with a Bachelor of Accounting degree who are skilled at accounting.

Students pursuing a Bachelor of Accounting degree will not only learn the fundamentals of accounting, but will also build a strong foundation in business administration. Through courses such as financial accounting, business law, cost management and taxation, students of Bachelor of Accounting programs gain the skills and knowledge necessary for entry level jobs after graduation. Graduates with a Bachelor of Accounting degree are often qualified for jobs as accountants, working for the government, in the private or public sector, formulating budgets, tracking costs and analyzing programs.

If you are interested in the accounting and finance practices of business and want to turn this into a rewarding career then take a look through the options below and find the Bachelor of Accounting degree that is waiting for you!

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62 Results in Accounting

BA (Hons) Accounting & Finance

Campus UK Kent
September 2015

The BA (Hons) Accounting & Finance degree programme at Kent Business School is specifically designed to ensure it responds to the changing needs and expectations... [+]

Location: Canterbury

Bachelors Accounting. The BA (Hons) Accounting & Finance degree programme at Kent Business School is specifically designed to ensure it responds to the changing needs and expectations of today’s accountancy profession, with an international perspective on business.Broaden your skills with specialist accounting teaching staff, many of whom hold professional accountancy qualifications and have experience in a wide range of management disciplines, all with an international focus. You will gain a grounded academic education with an emphasis on key skills such as numeracy, oral and written communication, group work and computing. We offer the opportunity to spend a year on work placement, or to combine accounting with related subjects. Our supportive and flexible approach to teaching gives you the confidence and skills you need to follow the path that most interests you.You have the option of taking the BA (Hons) Accounting & Finance degree with a year in industry on a professional work placement, which is a great way to develop and equip you with employability skills. We have an excellent record of graduate employment with our graduates moving into a whole range of careers including professional training in public practice (chartered accountancy) or in industry, commerce or the public sector, or financial services or general management.... [-]

BA Accounting and Financial Management (Hons)

Campus UK Gloucestershire
September 2015

Our accredited accounting degrees are ranked joint 1st in the UK for helping you to achieve your full academic potential (Guardian University Guide 2015 'Value Added'). Alongside quality learning, this is because we support you to maximise every opportunity [+]

Our accredited accounting degrees are ranked joint 1st in the UK for helping you to achieve your full academic potential (Guardian University Guide 2015 'Value Added'). Alongside quality learning, this is because we support you to maximise every opportunity whilst you are here at university. As an accounting and financial management student at the University of Gloucestershire, you will be working on 'live' data, developing the skills to analyse, understand and interpret complex financial data in relation to competitive and global business. The degree is structured towards increasing your chance of employment, with specific modules allowing you to focus on developing the skills and confidence employers want. 3 unique experiences As part of Your Future Plan at the University of Gloucestershire Business School, your rigorous academic learning will be strengthened with 3 unique experiences: Make it INTERNATIONAL You are guaranteed to visit an international business and finance centre and this essential and relevant part of your course is included in the cost of your degree. This could be, for example, the rapidly developing metropolis of Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. With a rapidly changing economy, the city makes a fascinating place to enhance your learning. Make it REAL You will expand and strengthen your learning by working on live simulations with professional accountancy bodies such as ICAEW, CIMA and ACCA. You will work with live financial data and gain behind-the-scenes insights through specialist speakers including Luke Johnson, writer for the Financial Times, and owner and chairman of financial businesses including Metro Bank PLC and Risk Capital Partners. Make it HAPPEN You will apply your learning to the competitive CIMA Global Business Challenge, an international business competition for undergraduates around the world, designed to bring out the best in the young business leaders of tomorrow – an invaluable experience for you as you head out and make it in the financial sector. Study style As an accounting and financial management student, you will be be learning through a combination of lectures, seminars, group work and presentations. You will be working on 'real-world' financial challenges, pitching your ideas to accountants and financial experts, and you will have a guaranteed international business experience included in the cost of your degree. Benefits - Your Future Plan - your personal plan helping you to you maximise every opportunity in preparation for your career - A one year work placement opportunity, with current students working for prestigious organisations including IBM, BMW, Eversheds, Warner Bros, and British Heart Foundation. These placements often lead to full-time careers. - Specific modules allowing you to focus on developing the skills employers want - A diverse range of exciting modules with flexible choices so that you can specialise in an area that interests you during your final year - Independent 'real-world' financial challenges as part of your learning - A guaranteed international accounting-related business experience to a city like Ho Chi Minh - Entrepreneurial insights from pioneering accountants and financial managers during lectures - Exemptions from professional accountancy qualification giving you credits towards other professional qualifications - Professionally accredited with four prestigious organisations which means you will be recognised as a highly skilled graduate across the UK and internationally Careers Accounting and financial professionals occupy some of the most senior management positions in industry, and the rewards reflect this. With a University of Gloucestershire degree in this area, you will have the opportunity to either to fast-track your professional accountancy qualification, or to embark on a career in business, secure in the knowledge that your specialist skills in accounting and finance make you exceptionally employable in a competitive graduate job market. - Accountant - Financial expert - Business manager - Project manager Entry requirements You must satisfy the minimum University entry requirements You must have 280 UCAS tariff points with typical offers: - A-level: grades BBB or equivalent - IB Diploma: 25 points - BTEC National Diploma: DMM International students must have international equivalent qualifications and IELTS 6.0 in English and 5.5 in any other band or equivalent. [-]

Bachelor of Business in Accounting (Hons)

Campus Ireland Donegal
September 2015

If you want to build a career in the accounting profession, this course could be for you. You will learn the core accounting and finance skills needed to perform at a highly competent level in the accountancy profession. Generous exemptions from the examinations of professional accountancy bodies including ICA, CIMA, and CPA. [+]

Bachelors Accounting. Bachelor of Business (Honours) in Accounting

CAO Code: LY108

Standard Code Places: 50

National Framework Level: 8

Award Type: Major

Awarding Body: LYIT, under Delegated Authority from HETAC

Is this course for you?

If you want to build a career in the accounting profession, this course could be for you. Over three years, you will learn the core accounting and finance skills needed to perform at a highly competent level in the accountancy profession. You will also develop a complementary range of business skills that will equip you to work in a variety of related positions, including business management and teaching.

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Bachelor in Accounting

Campus USA Tampa
January 2016

The accounting major provides students with a comprehensive, well-planned and balanced learning experience designed to prepare graduates for success in the accounting profession and the business community. Students are prepared for many different career paths [+]

Bachelor in Accounting

The accounting major provides students with a comprehensive, well-planned and balanced learning experience designed to prepare graduates for success in the accounting profession and the business community. Students are prepared for many different career paths and graduate with a foundation well suited for advancement.  

Accounting is often called the “language of business.” Businesses plan, assess, and report the results of operations, financial condition, and cash position using accounting principles to prepare financial statements that express business operations to both internal and external users of financial information. External users assess creditability, performance, risk, and investment potential while internal users assess the efficiency of resource allocation, performance, and achievement of strategic objectives in the daily management of a business. All organizations, whether large or small, rely on accountants to record and report the activities of the business.... [-]

Bachelor in Accounting

Campus USA Minneapolis Rochester
January 2016

Accountants perform an important function in society by providing high-quality financial information. [+]

Bachelors Accounting. Bachelor in Accounting Accountants perform an important function in society by providing high-quality financial information. Augsburg Accounting majors learn the requisite skills to do this through the study of theories and practices associated with the areas of financial accounting, managerial accounting, tax accounting, and auditing. In addition, Accounting majors take courses in other business areas necessary so that they have a broad understanding of how accounting serves the needs of business managers and others who rely on accounting information. Students completing the Accounting major will be prepared for entry-level positions as auditors and public accountants, management accountants, tax accountants, and internal auditors. Their education will give them knowledge and skills to work as accountants in business, government, and nonprofit organizations and to work in other positions requiring engagement with financial information. The Augsburg Accounting major also provides students with the accounting and business coursework required to take the Uniform Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam. Students can sit for the CPA exam after they have completed their Bachelor of Arts in Accounting. Students should note, however, that in order to be licensed as a CPA they must have completed a total of 150 credit hours in either undergraduate or graduate coursework and have one year of relevant work experience in auditing or taxation. Students will also have met the coursework requirements to take the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) exam. Accounting majors are encouraged to consider taking one of the professional accounting examinations upon graduation. Accounting Major Business Core Requirements Seven courses including: ACC 221 – Introduction to Financial Accounting ACC 222 – Introduction to Managerial Accounting BUS 242 – Principles of Management or BUS 200 – Exploring Business as a Vocation ECO 113 – Principles of Microeconomics FIN 331 – Financial Management MIS 260 – Problem Solving for Business MKT 252 – Principles of Marketing Required Accounting Courses Nine courses including: ECO 112 – Principles of Macroeconomics BUS 301 – Business Law BUS 379 – Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics ACC 322 – Accounting Theory and Practice I ACC 323 – Accounting Theory and Practice II ACC 324 – Managerial Cost Accounting ACC 326 – Tax Accounting ACC 423 – Auditing ACC 425 – Advanced Accounting Graduation Skills Graduation skills in Critical Thinking (CT), Quantitative Reasoning (QR), Speaking (S), and Writing (W) are embedded throughout the offered courses and are met by completing the major. Transfer students must consult an advisor about potential adjustments to their course requirements to fulfill each of these skills. Note: All business majors are encouraged to take KEY 490 – Vocation and the Meaning of Success to fulfill the Augsburg Core Curriculum Senior Keystone requirement. Joint Bachelor of Arts in Accounting and Master of Arts in Leadership A BA in Accounting and an MA in Leadership (MAL) can be earned in this five-year program designed for students who wish to qualify for CPA certification and obtain a Master’s degree. By the end of the fifth year and successful completion of all requirements, the student receives both a BA in Accounting and an MA in Leadership and will have fulfilled the 150-hour requirement to qualify for the CPA certification. The MAL program offers a large number of courses on a weekend schedule. Refer to the Graduate Studies Catalog for a complete list of courses. It is recommended that students meet with an Accounting advisor to create an effective plan for successful completion of the five-year program. Requirements: Students must apply for admission to the MAL program at the end of their junior year. The application process includes submission of a completed application form, three letters of recommendation (two from professors and one from an employer), a personal statement, an example of writing in an academic paper, a GPA of at least 3.30, and an interview with a three-person panel from the MAL program. Students must also have faculty endorsement from the Accounting program. Students must complete at least one year of accounting work experience (either a job or internship) by the time they graduate from the MAL program. Minor in Accounting This minor is recommended for majors in MIS and Finance. Six courses including: ACC 221 – Introduction to Financial Accounting ACC 222 – Introduction to Managerial Accounting ACC 322 – Accounting Theory and Practice I ACC 323 – Accounting Theory and Practice II ACC 324 – Managerial Cost Accounting One of the following: ECO 112 – Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 113 – Principles of Microeconomics MIS 260 – Problem Solving for Business FIN 331 – Financial Management or BUS 379 – Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics [-]

Bachelor in Accounting

Campus USA Warrensburg
January 2016

The BSBA Accountancy prepares students for an array of challenging and financially rewarding careers. Graduates have the background necessary to evaluate the present and projected economic activities of organizations. Public accountants provide... [+]

Bachelor in Accounting (BSBA)

Accounting is one of the world's fastest growing professions. The School of Accountancy and Computer Information Systems at UCM prepares students for rewarding careers in national and international organizations. Instant communication technology, rapid international travel and expanding world trade have enlarged the scope and importance of accounting services. The BSBA degree prepares students for an array of challenging and financially rewarding careers. Graduates have the background necessary to evaluate the present and projected economic activities of organizations. Public accountants provide financial services and guidance to individuals, business entities, not-for-profit organizations and all levels of government. Other professional accountants apply their skills in auditing, taxation, management policy, information systems, computer operations and many other areas. Central Missouri's accounting programs qualify graduates to sit for professional accounting examinations such as CPA and CMA. An Accounting degree also provides excellent preparation for graduate study in business or law school. UCM offers seamless graduate programs in accounting. The Master of Business Administration with an emphasis in Accounting or the Master of Arts in Accountancy can be completed within a year. Students may also choose an integrated BSBA/MA 150-hour degree completion option.... [-]

Bachelor in Accounting (Honours)

Campus Ireland Galway
February 2015

This highly practical and recognised programme offers a direct pathway to a full-time career in accounting. It provides the learner with a thorough grounding in... [+]

Bachelors Accounting. Bachelor of Business in Accounting (Honours)

GMIT Galway Campus

GMIT's School of Business offers a three year Honours Degree (Level 8) in Accounting.This highly practical and recognised programme offers a direct pathway to a full-time career in accounting. It provides the learner with a thorough grounding in the fundamental theories, concepts, principles and practices essential to the pursuit of a fulfilling career in the area of professional accountancy.On completion of this programme, graduates will:

be competent and skilled in a variety of core accountancy disciplines hold a significant number of exemptions from the professional accountancy bodies have a critical understanding of current developments in the accounting world have practical IT skills to enable them to take up immediate employment have developed sufficient professional and personal skills, allowing them to contribute effectively to the work environment. ... [-]

Bachelor in Finance and Accounting

Campus Poland Warsaw
February 2015

The Bachelor Program in Finance and Accounting is a three-year program conducted in English that prepares students for work in corporate finance and accounting. Their knowledge and skills are developed intensively, as are their problem-solving and decision-making [+]

The Bachelor Program in Finance and Accounting is a three-year program conducted in English that prepares students for work in corporate finance and accounting. Their knowledge and skills are developed intensively, as are their problem-solving and decision-making abilities, as they focus on formulating, implementing, and monitoring business strategy and policy. The purpose of the program is to produce technically competent professionals with high ethical standards and a good business sense. Curriculum of the program combines the benefits of traditional accounting with a broad range of business topics reflecting the expanding needs and responsibilities of finance professionals, allowing students to face the challenges of an ever-changing global economic environment. Graduates of the bachelor program can expect to have the widest possible range of career opportunities in all areas of business. PURPOSE OF BACHELOR STUDIES - Understanding international financial markets and learning the tools for making optimal financial decisions - Mastering the ability to analyze fundamental economic processes and events, as well as explain the reasons for their occurrence - Gaining practical skills in accounting, control, and financial reporting – the core tools needed for a career in finance and accounting or running a business - Learning the language of accounting and finance and gaining the ability to communicate effectively regarding the financial aspects of your business and industry. WHO CAN YOU BECOME - Employee of a financial department in an international corporation or a financial institution - Mid-level employee in a consulting company - Specialist in any department of a company where knowledge of finance and accounting is a must - A successful entrepreneur WHAT DO YOU GAIN - Knowledge regarding internal and external factors influencing the financial condition of international corporations - Good command of professional terminology in English, enabling you to freely communicate in the world of international corporate finance - The possibility to become a part of the multinational community at Kozminski University and gain understanding of different cultures through group projects and teamwork. - Working knowledge related to the activities of a business - Skills that enable you to efficiently manage a company - Knowledge and skills within your fields of interest through elective courses - The possibility to participate in an international exchange program and visit business schools all over the world - Knowledge of English business terminology - Preparation for further personal and professional development Fees - Tuition per semester when paid in full: 8900 PLN - Tuition per semester in 5 installments: 5 x 1800 PLN - Admission fee: 750 PLN [-]

Certified Public Accountant And Finance

Campus Mexico Monterrey
January 2016

A LCPF features needed for building and evaluating the quality and reliability of financial reporting at the national or international level capabilities. [+]

Bachelors Accounting. This description corresponds to the program taught here in Mexico City Campus. A LCPF features needed for building and evaluating the quality and reliability of financial reporting at the national or international level capabilities. You prepare to perform successfully in the fiscal area, strategic accounting, finance and audit financial knowledge and mastery of technology. Given the need for society to give confidence in the financial markets, graduates of Bachelor's career in Accounting and Finance (LCPF) have the opportunity to obtain professional certification that will allow them to dictate financial statements for tax and financial purposes, taking basis for internal control and audit that are required. The Bachelor of Accounting and Finance (LCPF) ITESM meets the need in organizations to have quality professionals in the financial accounting area capable of generating information in accordance with national and international standards, develop innovative models to measure and report value creation in financial and non-financial indicators, which are conducted with ethical standards and seeking business sustainability with a clear vision of their responsibility to society. Capable of handling different information systems, with a focus on systemic thinking multidisicplinario with ties to the business community and ability to develop business opportunities, with a multicultural, innovative and sustainable vision; according to the professional requirements for Initial Certification and Specialization, national and international. ... [-]

BA Accounting & Finance and Law (Hons)

Campus UK Kent
February 2015

This very unusual and very marketable four-year degree is recognised for professional exemption by both the accounting and legal professions. It will appeal to a number [+]

Canterbury Campus This very unusual and very marketable four-year degree is recognised for professional exemption by both the accounting and legal professions. It will appeal to a number of different sorts of student: - those intending to go for dual professional qualification - those wanting to keep their options open until they can base a career choice on serious study of both disciplines - those who have decided on a profession but want to bring to it (and to applications for professional training and for jobs) a track record of in-depth learning in a key related discipline Fitting two sets of exemptions within a four-year programme gives a varied programme which concentrates on the areas those professions identify as the key ones, but doesn't leave any room for manoeuvre on what modules you take: First Year The first year concentrates mainly on foundational accounting and economics modules: Financial Accounting 1, Economics, Computing for Business and Accounting, Quantitative Methods for Business and Accounting. You also take an introductory Business Law module. Second Year Law exemption modules are added to further accounting-related modules: Introduction to Obligations*, Foundations of Property*, Public Law I*, Financial Accounting 2 and Strategic Management. Third Year A similar balance to the second year: The Law of Obligations*, Public Law II*, European Union Law*, Principles of Finance, Management Accounting. Fourth Year The three remaining law exemptions - Criminal Law*, Equity*, Land Law* - and your final accounting module either Management Accounting 2 or Business Finances, leaving a 30 credit option. *required for professional recognition [-]

Bachelor's In Finance, Accounting And Insurance

Campus Poland Warsaw
February 2015

Studies on the "Finance, Accounting and Insurance" to develop specialist skills profile in finance, accounting and insurance.This knowledge is to be generic, firmly rooted in contemporary theories [+]

Bachelors Accounting. Bachelor in Finance, Accounting and Insurance Studies on the "Finance, Accounting and Insurance" to develop specialist skills profile in finance, accounting and insurance. This knowledge is to be generic, firmly rooted in contemporary theories of the functioning of the financial market and the international accounting standards. At the same time, achieved qualifications, which include learning outcomes achieved are the basis for not only the activity of a test, but also offer the opportunity to actively participate in economic practice. Without any effort on education in this area is difficult to imagine a rational behavior of economic agents in the era of globalization, integration and computerization.These processes require because on the one hand understanding of financial flows and their standardization, and other ways to hedge against potential economic perturbations. Polish company became the international competition must have managers and employees who are able to optimally combine various solutions in the area of ​​monitoring costs, and risk management. Profile of education, including issues of accounting, finance and insurance, firmly fixed on the basis of quantitative subjects, law and economics makes it possible to prepare an interdisciplinary graduate to the professional activities. The proposed direction is also consistent with the educational standards adopted by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, which in the best schools in the western world - both American and European. At the same time, the selected directional effects are consistent with the requirements of candidates for statutory auditors and certified accountants. ... [-]

Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) single major

Campus Singapore

Professional accountants analyse the financial dealings of a business or an individual and prepare reports or give advice on their record-keeping and compliance requirements. [+]

Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) single major

 

The Bachelor of Commerce is Curtin Business School's principle course and most internationally recognised business qualification in the Asia-Pacific Region.

Curtin University is ranked as one of the top 100 best-performing universities in the subjects of Accounting and Finance by the QS World University Rankings in 2014.

Are you a dynamo powerhouse of figures and finance?

Professional accountants analyse the financial dealings of a business or an individual and prepare reports or give advice on their record-keeping and compliance requirements. In this major you will develop comprehensive understanding of accounting and the associated fields of auditing, taxation, business law and financial management. You'll cover a variety of accounting units as well as some business, law and finance studies.... [-]

B.S. in Accounting

Campus USA Albany
August 2015

The Accounting program is designed to train students to be professional accountants. Courses in the program build a rich knowledge of accounting theory and practice on both private and public levels. Students are provided with a sound understanding [+]

Bachelors Accounting. The Accounting program is designed to train students to be professional accountants. Courses in the program build a rich knowledge of accounting theory and practice on both private and public levels. Students are provided with a sound understanding of the practical and the theoretical aspects of Accounting concepts and procedures. Developing critical thinking and communication skills are also emphasized in the program. Students are encouraged to sit for the certification exams at the completion of the program. UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS Below are the current admission requirements for ASU undergraduate first-time freshmen and transfer students with less than 30 transferable semester hours. MINIMUM TEST SCORE REQUIREMENTS Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) Critical Reading : 430 Mathematics: 400 Writing: Not considered American College Testing (ACT) English – 17 Mathematics- 17 Science Reasoning: Not Considered Reading: Not Considered Applicants must meet the University System of Georgia’s College Preparatory Curriculum (CPC) requirements for regular admission. The high school curriculum is the cornerstone of the University System of Georgia (USG) admissions policy. The high school requirements must be met by all freshman applicants and transfer applicants with less than 30 transferable semester hours. 4 Units of English 4 Units of Mathematics 4 Units of Natural Science 3 Units of Social Science 2 Units of the same Foreign Language Minimum High School CPC grade point average: 2.22 (ASU ADMISSIONS DOES NOT ACCEPT COMPASS IN LIEU OF THE SAT OR ACT FOR FIRST-TIME FRESHMEN) [-]

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Accounting and Finance (Top-Up)

Campus Singapore
August 2015

This degree aims to provide you with a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of accounting and finance theory and practice. In the 21st century, the role of the accountant has altered dramatically to meet the needs of economic change. Globalisation has driven many of the major developments in accounting, led to the influence of accountants extending into an array of new areas and created greater demand for the services of accountants... [+]

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Accounting and Finance (Top-Up) This degree aims to provide you with a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of accounting and finance theory and practice. In the 21st century, the role of the accountant has altered dramatically to meet the needs of economic change. Globalisation has driven many of the major developments in accounting, led to the influence of accountants extending into an array of new areas and created greater demand for the services of accountants. This course is designed for students who would like to pursue a career in accounting and finance, and provides a route to a recognised Accounting degree for students with a polytechnic diploma or related qualification such as partial ACCA. The final year will enable students to probe further into the intricacies of advanced financial accounting, management accounting, and financial management and to become familiar with financial research methods and analysis. Programme Structure Each final year degree consists of 6 modules of 20 credits each, with the award criteria being classified as Honours degree (120 credits). Module Details Advanced Management Accounting - This module aims to develop the student’s knowledge of strategic management accounting, financial planning and control in modern organisations relevant in national and international contexts. This includes the use of excel spreadsheets and discussion on the future role of the management accountant. Corporate Finance - Upon completion of the module, students will have a greater understanding and beable to evaluate: capital investment decisions, including the impact of tax and inflation; corporate restructuring problems at the national and international level; foreign exchange risk; investment decisions and global financing, and financial theories and policies. Financial Research Methods - This module provides students with an understanding of issues involved in thedesign and conduct of empirical research in finance (including the application of statistical techniques). It covers the following topics: types of research; ethics and access issues in the research process; analysing quantitative and qualitative data; the research interview and potential careers in research. Advanced Financial Accounting and Reporting - This module considers issues in relation to financial accounting and reporting, the recent history and current status of regulation as it affects corporate reports and the regulatory effects of past, current and proposed accounting standards. Topics covered in the module include interpretation of financial statements, regulatory frameworks, accounting theory and concepts, leasing, taxation and consolidation of group accounts. Investment Management - This module provides a broad understanding of equities and bonds as investments. It considers their pricing and their application in fund management, along with that of equity derivatives, the nature of financial market efficiency and the evaluation of portfolio performance. Students will be able to engage in elementary pricing of assets; construct an equity portfolio and justify its strategy; compare investment performance of funds; and undertake simple hedges. International Financial Services and Strategy - This module is designed to provide an understanding of the key issues and concepts of nternational financial services and their provision in a global environment. It provides an overview of the international monetary system, international financialmarkets and their impact on financial services and the strategies adopted by institutions. Students will be better equipped to understand the implications of internationalisation, and the strategies used by competing institutions. Awarding Body Plymouth University Entry Criteria For direct entry into the final year, students should have one of the following qualifications: Relevant Polytechnic Diploma including: Nanyang Polytechnic - Diploma in Accountancy & Finance Ngee Ann Polytechnic - Diploma in Accountancy Temasek Polytechnic - Diploma in Accounting & Finance Singapore Polytechnic - Diploma in Accountancy ACCA - Completed F1 to F9 Additional Entry Criteria Other Business or Accounting related Diplomas will also be considered for direct entry into the final year English Language proficiency (One of the following) 1. GCE ‘O’ level pass (min C6) or IELTS 6.0 or equivalent 2. Completed a recognised qualification (i.e Polytechnic Diploma) where English was the medium of instruction 3. SAA-GE Upper Intermediate Certificate in English Proficiency Intakes There are three intakes per year: January, May and September [-]

BA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance

Campus Ireland Dublin
September 2015

Both Accounting and Finance are core components of insuring the success of any business entity. Our degree programme provides each student with an in-depth knowledge of the area of accounting and finance as well as the practical skills, both of which [+]

Bachelors Accounting. Both Accounting and Finance are core components of insuring the success of any business entity. Our degree programme provides each student with an in-depth knowledge of the area of accounting and finance as well as the practical skills, both of which are essential in the rapidly changing and highly competitive world of business. This in turn then creates a number of opportunities for advancement within a whole range of organisations. The programme builds on long established and well recognised core competencies within Independent College in the delivery of and highest quality accounting and finance tuition. This has facilitated the development of strong linkages with the main professional accountancy bodies; as a result this has enabled exemptions from Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). The BA will also enable students to progress onto prestigious post-graduate programmes such as the MSc. in Accounting with Finance programme offered at Independent College Dublin. In addition, the importance of a new and emerging technologies is recognised and incorporated into programme content throughout its three stages. Another important dimension of the programme is the international one. With growing internationalisation within business it is essential that best practice internationally is recognised and incorporated in an appropriate way into degree programmes such as this. Finally the importance of practice is fully recognised by the extent of our linkages with professional institutes and the corporate sector. This is a supported by the inclusion of a two month internship or placement component available to participants in stage three of the programme. Who is the course for? The BA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance prepares students for a career in Accounting and Finance. The programme provides a comprehensive education in the quantitative and analytical skills required in the business and in a range of accounting practices. The role of the accountant is placed within the broader business context that is delivered through a range of business relevant electives What We Offer Context for Accounting and Finance is an important component of the programme. Foundation material across business functional areas such as Management, Marketing, Human Resource Management and Economics forms an important part of stages One and Two of the programme. It also insures participants have a well rounded view of the business environment. This is then complemented by a comprehensive treatment of the main elements of accounting and finance to a high professional level. Throughout the programme leading edge knowledge from across the business spectrum reflecting the latest developments in both theory and practice are integrated and assures compliance with the highest of professional standards. Requirements Applicants must hold a minimum of two Higher C3’s and four Ordinary Level D3’s (including Maths) or equivalent. Students under the age of 23 on January 1st of the year of entry must apply through the CAO. Applicants who are over 23 by January 1st of the year of entry are eligible for entry onto the programme as a mature student. [-]