The route aims to provide fully qualified accountants with a programme of study which enables them to
obtain an MSc qualification.
Learning outcomes of the MSc Accounting (Advanced Entry) are:
- Analyse and critically evaluate current practice in finance and accounting.
- Critically evaluate modern finance and accounting issues, theories and methodologies.
- Determine and evaluate the relationship and tensions between accounting theory and practice.
- Develop and test appropriate hypotheses relating theory to practice.
- Identify and review the strategic choices available to an organisation and critically evaluate these choices by applying a range of financial and non-financial measures.
- Learn interdependently and independently and accept responsibility for subsequent career and continuing professional development.
||Contemporary issues in Accounting
- Applicants must be fully qualified accountants (Members of ACCA, CIMA, ICAEW, CIPFA and other
accountancy bodies ) and will be exempted from the 3 core modules.
- Any other qualification(s) recognised by Leeds Beckett University.
- Applicants need to complete only 1 bridging module and 1 Dissertation to obtain this qualification.
Leeds Beckett University (UK)
After the completion of all the modules, the student will be awarded an MSc Accounting from Leeds Beckett University