The course will meet the needs of most accountancy graduates who wish to embark on postgraduate training in accounting and finance. Graduates with a good degree in accounting and finance seeking to improve their employability profile would find this course of particular interest.
Members of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) have a particular advantage in that they may claim for exemptions from certain modules on the MSc Finance and Accounting course, based on completion of the ACCA's professional-level papers. Exemption requests from members of other recognised accountancy professional bodies are welcome, and will be assessed based on individual merit and the comparability of syllabuses.
• Corporate Financial Management • Capital Markets and Decisions Under Risk • Corporate Responsibility • Corporate Financial Reporting • Corporate Strategy • Research Methods • Research Dissertation.
Plus one option from: • Tax System and Policy • Auditing in Practice • Management Decision Making.
Career and study progression
The course will equip graduates with the skills to access senior roles in Accountancy as financial controllers, audit seniors, financial analysts and senior accountants. The curriculum meets the needs of the profession and the qualification is recognised by employers.
On completion, graduates would be eligible to apply for a doctoral programme.