This degree program is delivered over 3 years. Note that depending on your choice of modules, you can qualify for exemption from ACCA testing.
In the first year you’ll learn about the conceptual and regulatory frameworks that define financial accounting, as well as building practical business skills. You’ll also learn the maths and quantitative methods you’ll need to study higher level modules in years 2 and 3.
- Introduction to Business
- Principles of Economics
- Principles of Financial Accounting
- Quantitative Methods
Here you’ll explore specific applications of accounting and finance principles, lean more about conducting research, and learn the law that underlies the way business is done in England and Wales.
- Audit and Assurance
- Corporate and Business Law
- Explorations in Contemporary Research
- Intermediate Financial Accounting
- Management Accounting
In your final year you’ll study much more advanced modules, as well as researching and delivering your dissertation.
- Advanced Accounting and Accountability
- Financial Management
- Performance Management
- Research Dissertation
- Research or Project