Your first year study includes financial accounting, management accounting, data analysis and quantitative techniques, the business environment, and business and corporate law. Year two study includes financial reporting, performance measurement and control, computerised accounting and auditing systems, audit and assurance, corporate finance, and taxation.
The final year explores advanced aspects of accounting with specialist option modules, including forensic accounting, international taxation, private investment advice and management, and the theory and practice of equity trading, where you can use our simulation trading room.
Learning and teaching methods
You will learn through a mix of lectures, tutorials, workshops, innovative e-learning techniques and directed self-study. As well as our links with the ACCA, you will benefit from regular presentations from guest lecturers representing many aspects of the profession. Throughout your course, you will get practical experience of the accounting, auditing, and general software packages you will use after you graduate – another skill to add to your CV.