YEAR 1 Semester 1 - Management Accounting F2 - Financial Accounting F3 Semester 2 - Accountant in Business F1 - Corporate and Business Law F4 YEAR 2 Semester 1 - Performance Management F9 - Taxation F6 Semester 2 - Financial Reporting F7 - A
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- BSc (Honours) in Applied Accounting Course Overview
ACCA and Oxford Brookes University have worked together to develop the BSc in Applied Accounting, which is available to students who wish to obtain a degree while studying towards the ACCA Qualification.
With an international reputation for innovation, high quality education and research, and global relationships, it is not surprising that Oxford Brookes University has been voted the best modern university in the Sunday Times Good University Guide for 10 years in succession. Oxford Brookes University has degree awarding power, granted by Royal Charter. These powers are granted on the basis of Oxford Brookes University having appropriate procedures for assuring the quality and standards of its awards in both design and operation, and being subject to the scrutiny of the QAA, the body responsible for assuring the quality of UK Higher Education. So although you don’t physically attend Oxford Brookes University to gain the BSc (Hons) degree in Applied Accounting, the degree programme is of the same rigorous standard as other degrees offered by Oxford Brookes University and meets standards set by QAA.
YEAR 1 Semester 1 - Management Accounting F2 - Financial Accounting F3 Semester 2 - Accountant in Business F1 - Corporate and Business Law F4 YEAR 2 Semester 1 - Performance Management F9 - Taxation F6 Semester 2 - Financial Reporting F7 - Audit and Insurance F8 YEAR 3 - Financial Management F9 - Professional Ethics Module (PEM) - Research and Analysis Project Students must register with Oxford Brookes University and with ACCA (additional fees apply) What are the learning outcomes for this course? On completing the degree programme, you will have demonstrated a capability to: • Critically evaluate accounting concepts and principles and their application in solutions to practical accounting problems • Use relevant management accounting techniques with cost information, for planning, decision-making, performance evaluation and control, within different business settings • Apply financial management techniques to issues affecting investment, financing and dividend policy decisions of an organisation • Describe the organisational context of the accountant and of the development of accounting information systems to understand the need for the efficient use of resources within an organisation • Understand the ethical responsibilities of professional accountants, including the principles of the ACCA code of conduct and to reflect on ethical dilemmas and potential solutions • Prepare non-complex financial statements using generally accepted accounting principles • Evaluate and comment on the performance and financial situation of organisations using a range of interpretative techniques •Select and apply appropriate accounting and financial management techniques to organisational business planning, decision-making and control •Undertake an independent Research Report relating to a single organisation or industry sector • To reflect on the learning attained through completing the programme and its impact on future professional development and employment roles
On completion of the BSc in Applied Accounting, you will demonstrate to potential and existing employers that you possess all the relevant graduate skills to equip you for a career in Accounting and Finance. The BSc degree aims to enhance and extend the professional knowledge and skills gained by you in your professional studies and to improve your effectiveness as a professional accountancy student and future finance professional.
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