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With its distinctive combination of subject areas, this accounting and management degree will equip you with a breadth of skills and knowledge to help you further your career in a wide range of sectors.

Introducing your degree

Offering a blend of subjects found in just a few UK masters degrees, MSc Accounting and Management bridges the gap between general management and specialist accounting courses. Taught by research-active academics, you will gain a solid foundation in management and accounting concepts, as well as valuable technical and transferable skills.

This accounting and management degree is accredited by the Association of International Accountants (AIA) and is open to students from a range of disciplines or professional backgrounds – no prior study of accounting is required. By choosing two optional modules you can tailor the course to suit your career ambitions. Typical career destinations for our graduates include banks, financial institutions and accounting or consultancy firms.


While many of our students join MSc Accounting and Management straight after their undergraduate degree, a proportion have been working for some years and are looking to progress within their chosen sector or explore possible new career options.

Career Opportunities

Typical career destinations for our graduates include banks, financial institutions and accounting or consultancy firms. Their career path may also depend on their professional or academic background – those from an engineering background, for example, may use their management and accounting knowledge to progress to higher-level management roles within engineering.

You may choose to continue your accountancy studies by taking further professional qualifications; on graduation you may be able to apply for accounting qualification exemptions.


Compulsory modules include: Accounting for Corporate Performance; Fundamentals of Financial Accounting; Fundamentals of Management Accounting; Marketing in the Digital Age; Marketing in a Global Context; Strategic Management; Dissertation

Optional modules include: Foundations of Research in Accounting and Finance; Qualitative and Quantitative Research; Operations Management; Risk-Taking and Decision-Making; Project Management; Strategic Marketing Decisions; Corporate Finance

Visit the Accounting and Management - MSc page on the University of Southampton website for more details!





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