The course provides a firm financial grounding for a career in accountancy, finance or general management; the course has 3 core subject areas: management accounting, financial accounting and financial management; students are encouraged to place these areas in the wider context of business decision-making.
Year 1: Financial reporting; management accounting; quantitative methods for accounting and finance; foundations of law; economics; developing learning and research. Year 2: Financial reporting; accounting for decisions and control; business finance; researching issues in accounting and finance; organisational behaviour; accounting and business policy; options from the following: taxation; business mathematics; insurance; statistics and optimisation; foreign language. Year 3: Supervised work experience. Year 4: Dissertation; financial reporting; advanced managerial accounting; accountability and governance; advanced business finance; options from the following: business mathematics; company law 1; operational research; statistics and optimisation; company law 2; management science.Additional Entry Requirements: