The course is designed to appeal to graduates of accounting, finance or business management courses.
The first four modules of the course form the base of your studies and provide a solid grounding in the key aspects of accounting and finance. Thereafter, you will study traditional and contemporary theoretical aspects of accounting and finance.
The course includes a number of distinctive modules e.g. the Accounting Theory module addresses the underlying principles that lead to accounting conventions; the International Finance module examines the financial management of multinational corporations in a global environment. It takes you to the frontier of modern and most effective approaches of managing financial and political risks and the techniques used to hedge foreign currency exposures by multinational corporations, as well as taking advantage of the international capital markets to raise finance. The option module gives you the opportunity to explore an accounting and finance area that particularly interests you, while the research based dissertation allows you to further your knowledge in an area of interest which supports your career ambitions, or explore an area in which you would like to extend your research further at PhD level.
This programme will give you a solid foundation in accounting and finance. The first semester of the programme will provide an intensive study of the core disciplines of accounting and finance. During the second semester you will study traditional and contemporary theoretical aspects of accounting and finance plus an option module of your choice. The final semester will conclude with an individual dissertation.
Compulsory modules: -Financial Reporting and Analysis -Management Control and Internal Audit -Advanced Corporate Finance -Business Research Methods -Accounting Theory -International Finance -Economic Analysis of the Firm
A 2:2 classification or above in an undergraduate degree or equivalent in accounting/finance/business management (with a significant element of accounting and/or finance). Evidence of satisfactory English language skills for candidates where English is not their first language, such as IELTS 6.0 or above (which should include a minimum score of 5.5 for the writing and listening modules).
Recipient: Staffordshire University
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