This Course enables graduates to make an effective contribution to the financial management and administration of organisations through developing those key skills and abilities considered to be necessary for the financial management of organisations in the future.
Upon successful completion of this course, it is expected that graduates will:
- Be able to construct and analyse financial statements using a range of techniques and appropriate e-tools in order to critically appraise their value in decision making
- Critically appraise current developments in accounting and finance including evaluating contemporary theories and empirical evidence within the context of contrasting global business contexts
- Recognize the contribution of accounting and finance to a diverse range of enterprises and society as a whole and be capable of contributing to accounting and finance research using appropriate data and methodologies
- Be able to engage in the workplace as an ethical professional with the essential graduate attributes of enterprise, digital literacy and global outlook.
|1||Introduction to Accounting|
|3||Data Analysis for Finance|
|4||Introduction to Financial Statement Preparation|
|6||Corporate and Business Law|
|1||IT for Accountants|
|2||Dealing with Accounting Adjustments|
|3||Intermediate Management Accounting|
|5||Producing/Interpreting Group Financial Statements|
|6||Management and Strategy|
|1||Strategic Planning and Control|
|2||Advanced Financial Management|
|5||Corporate Taxation, Theory and Practice|
|6||Audit & Assurance|
HSC level or equivalent.
Applicants with ACCA papers are also eligible to apply for this course.
Leeds Beckett University (UK)
Full Time / Part Time