Accountancy & Finance


Level 1

Finance 1
Financial Accounting 1
Management for Accountants
Management Accounting 1: A Business Decision Emphasis
The Accountancy Profession

BAcc students will also study Introductory Economics 

Joint BAcc/Economics students will study Economics 1A in Semester 1 and Economics 1B in Semester 2 in place of Introductory Economics 

Level 2

Finance 2
Financial Accounting 2
Statistical Analysis and Methods
Management Accounting 2: Organisational Performance

BAcc students will also study Business Law

Levels 3 and 4

Accountancy Dissertation
Accountability and Human Rights 
Advanced Financial Accounting
Advanced Theory and Practice of Taxation
Capital Markets & Portfolio Management
Corporate Finance
Corporate Insolvency
Derivative Securities 
Econometric Methods for Accounting & Finance
Ethics in Accounting & Business
Financial Markets & Financial Institutions 
International Financial AccountingInternational Financial AccountingInternational Financial Management
Issues in Social and Environmental Accounting
Issues in Accounting Profession
Judgement & Decision Making in Accountng & Audit
Managerial Accounting in Organisations and Society
Management Control Systems
Mergers and Acquisitions
Public Sector Accounting
Psychology and Financial Markets 
Strategic Management Accounting
Tax Theory and Practice

Level 1 (non BAcc)

These courses are available to students enrolled on degrees other than Accountancy and Finance.  They are most often taken by second year students as a third subject.

Introduction to Business Reporting & Financial Accounting
Introduction to Management Accounting & Control
Introduction to Finance, Investments & Institutions