* Subject to TEC Approval.

Course Summary

The course provides a solid foundation by considering the practical techniques involved in accounting and finance and then continue to develop skills to critically analyse the theory behind these techniques.

It offers significant exemptions from the main professional body exams including:

• Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
• Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA)
• Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW)

Special Course Features
  • Balanced preparation for a career in accounting, finance, administration and entrepreneurship
  • More option choices as students move through the stages of the course, gaining the opportunity to choose modules which fit their developing career aspirations
  • To nurture the skill for critical thinking, communication and problem solving skills in Accounting and Finance


Delivery Type:
Full Time - Face to face contact
Duration: Full Time - 3 years

Programme structures

CODE          TITLE Credits Course contact hours (teaching, workshops, seminars) Total course study hours
ACC1012 Financial Skills and Numeracy 20 98 200
ACC1001 Financial Accounting 20 72 200
ACC1002 Cost and Management Accounting 20 52 200
ECN1006 Economic Environment 20 48 200
LAW1015 Business and Company Law 20 48 200
ACC1009 The Accountant in Business 20 48 200
  Total hours – stage 1   366hrs 1200 hrs
CODE TITLE Credits Course contact hours (teaching, workshops, seminars) Total course study hours
ACC2001 Financial Management 20 72 200
ACC2002 Financial Reporting 20 72 200
ACC2003 Management Accounting 20 72 200
ACC2008 Financial Environment 20 48 200
ACC2009 Taxation Theory and Practice 20 48 200
ACC2018 Enterprise Operations 20 72 200
  Total hours – stage 2   384 hrs 1200 hrs
CODE TITLE Credits Course contact hours (teaching, workshops, seminars) Total course study hours
ACC4001 Accounting and Finance Dissertation 40 14 400
ACC3002§ Advanced Accounting Theory and Practice 20 72 200
ACC3009§ Corporate Finance 20 72 200
ACC3004§ Taxation 20 72 200
ACC3005§ Audit and Forensic Investigations 20 72 200
ACC3011 Financial Strategy 20 48 200
  Total hours – stage 3   366hrs 1400 hrs

Admission criteria/Entry requirements

HSC Certificate with minimum of 2 ‘A’ Level/Diploma/GCE from a recognised Educational Institution or alternative qualifications, including professional qualifications. In addition, applicants should hold Mathematics GCSE at grade C or above or equivalent. The candidates must have proficiency in the English Language. The foreign students will need to demonstrate that they meet the minimum English language requirement of IELTS 6.0 (or equivalent). Students with professional qualifications such as AAT, IFA, AIA or CAT will be granted enhanced standing direct into stage two of the degree.

Career Opportunities

Executive careers in both the public and private sectors. The specific vocational areas can be listed as banking, insurance, equity market, capital market, taxation & accountancy and general administrative & managerial trainee posts in sectors like FMCG, manufacturing, infrastructure, education, human capital, export, tourism, and hospitality among many others.

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