Title of the Programme
The programme shall be Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting
Accounting is a fundamental organizational tool for business planning and control. Proficiency in this specialized field can create a range of career opportunities in government and in business, management and finance across a multitude of industries.
Through a combination of required subjects and electives, students will gain knowledge and skills in many areas of Accounting and related fields. As students develop an understanding of accounting principles and practices, they explore the relationship between accounting, finance and economics, the law, management and marketing. Students will study, in detail, specialized areas including Financial Accounting, Corporate Reporting, Taxation Law, Auditing, Management Accounting and Communications. Students also have the opportunity of selecting elective subjects, so as to tailor the degree to individual needs.
A bachelor’s in accounting opens doors to advanced education opportunities. Bachelor’s in accounting graduates often continue their education to become certified public accountants (CPAs). Many accounting firms prefer to hire CPAs. Aspiring CPAs must earn at least a bachelor’s degree and complete either a CPA certification program or a master’s in accounting to qualify for the CPA exam. Understand how to think creatively, apply innovative solutions to everyday problems and develop trusting, long-lasting business relationships.
This program provides you with in-depth knowledge of accounting, supported by knowledge of associated disciplines of law, economics, finance and statistics
The Bachelor’s in Accounting is a robust program with courses designed to give students a competitive edge with real life skills for a variety of accounting roles in public, private and government careers. Additionally, students can choose one of several concentrations within the accounting program to further focus their learning and help students differentiate themselves in the marketplace. Integrate theoretical and technical accounting knowledge in a business context. Knowledge, and the ability to integrate theoretical and technical accounting knowledge in a business context, is highly valued by the employers of graduates. Employers consistently rank technical skills and knowledge among the most important criteria that they consider when employing accounting graduates All coursework, including lectures, assignments, and exams, is available through the online learning system. http://www.ist-ecampus.online/blended/