|BA (Hons) Accounting & Finance|
The basic technique of finance is the same whether one is interested in Personal Finance, Business Finance or Public Sector Finance. It is necessary for everyone to understand how to measure the real cost of money, and the real return from investment. The course covers the basic mathematics of finance. That is how to measure present values and future values. BA (Hons) in Finance and accounting is designed for students of different nationalities. International Accounting Standards have now been adopted in most countries and although Corporate Law can vary from one country to another, the Language and Techniques of Finance are now global.
The delivery of the course is well balanced in terms of lectures, case studies and research work. Students will undertake various methods of assessments to qualify for the degree. Examinations, course work, group assignments and individual research are various methods of assessment during the course.
Key Learning Outcomes
The BA (Hons) in Finance and Accounting is equivalent to 360 credits; 120 of each in 3 progressively challenging years. All modules (16) have an equal credit rating of 20 credits followed by a dissertation of 40 credits. The course structure is based on 2 terms (15 weeks each) of study each Year.
Modules of year 1 & 2 are assessed through a combination of exams, individual/group work and class participation. The specialist modules in the final year are assessed by individual/course work and class participation. The last stage of the degree is dissertation which is a research work of 10000 words.
Start Dates: Feb/ Oct
Duration: 3 years
A levels or equivalent international qualification
IELTS 6.0 or equivalent
6 Modules of 20 Credits Each
Introduction to Management
Introduction to Business Economics
Introduction to Business Law
Study Skills and Communication
Introduction to Accounting
Introduction to HRM
Management Information Systems
Corporate Social Responsibility
Managerial Accounting and Finance
International Accounting and Finance
Accounting and Business Ethics
Strategic Accounting for Performance
Business Research Methods
Dissertation (10,000 words)