BSc Accounting for Management

BSc Accounting for Management

BSc Accounting for Management With Aston University

Duration

4 years

Study type

Full-Time

Credit hours

480

Assessment

A mix of coursework and examination

Fees

Annual Tuition Fees : Omani Students OMR 6,200 / International Students OMR 7,800

Programme Details

Accounting for Management focuses on the crucial role which financial information plays in decisions made by management teams, and in the monitoring and planning of a business organisation’s objectives. This degree programme is one of a set of undergraduate programmes designed by Aston University and offered at Muscat University. This is a dual degree programme, leading to the award of an Aston University degree and a Muscat University degree.

Course Outline

In your first year you will study a wide range of business subjects, gaining the broad insight into management required by all accounting professionals.
From the second year you will explore financial and management accounting in depth, participate in events organised in conjunction with accountancy firms, visit businesses and undertake an interactive business game module.
You will spend your third year on placement in industry. This experience will be of great benefit both in terms of your development as an accountant and in your final year performance.
This structure ensures your degree is taught with both a professional orientation and a proper regard for the conceptual bases of the subject. In your final year, accounting studies are taken to a more refined level, similar to professional qualification standard, but retaining theoretical analysis.

Programme Objectives

The BSc in Accounting for Management aims to:

  • Provide students with an excellent learning experience informed by current developments in research and practice.
  • Provide well-qualified and highly employable graduates with key skills for operating in accounting, finance and management roles and for life-long learning and development.
  • Meet the accreditation requirements of the main accountancy bodies (ICAEW, ACCA, CIMA) with a view to earning an appropriate level of exemptions.
  • Ensure relevance by maintaining and enhancing links with business, professional and public sector organisations.

Admission Requirements

Applicants will typically need one of the following qualifications (or international equivalent) for admission to the programme:

  • A Level: ABB plus 5 GCSEs with grades A*-C to include Maths (grade B) and English (grade C),
  • IB: 32 points. Minimum scores of 6, 5, 5 at Higher level. Minimum scores of 5 in English and Maths at Standard level.
  • BTEC National Diploma: DDD in relevant National Diploma.
  • IB: 32 points.
  • BTEC, Access & other: BTEC National Diploma DDD.
  • AP – Grades 5,5,4 in 3 subjects plus successful completion of High School Diploma.
  • An English language qualification equivalent to an IELTS level of 6.5. • Where applicable, successful completion of the Muscat University Foundation Programme.
Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4
Careers in Accounting Making Managerial Decisions using Accounting Information Professional Placement Year Strategic Management
Foundations in Financial and Management Accounting Financial Accounting Advanced Financial Accounting
Introduction to Organisational Behaviour Financial Management Strategic Management Accounting
Law for Business Company Reporting and Audit Taxation: Policy and Practice
Prinicples of Operations Management Principles of Corporate Law Risk Management
Foundations of Business Analytics Business Game International Finance
An Introduction to Business Economics Business Policy Financial Analysis
Business, Government and Society Auditing and Professional Ethics

2017-18

BSc Accounting for Management: Year 1
Week Sunday AFM Module Name Credits Activity
1 17-Sep Induction Week
2 24-Sep Careers in Accounting 15 pre-work
3 01-Oct delivery
4 08-Oct post-work
5 15-Oct assessment
6 22-Oct Foundations in Financial and Management Accounting (part 1) * pre-work
7 29-Oct delivery
8 05-Nov post-work
9 12-Nov assessment
10 19-Nov Law For Business 15 pre-work
11 26-Nov Mid-Term Break
12 03-Dec Law For Business 15 delivery
13 10-Dec post-work
14 17-Dec assessment
15 24-Dec Term Break
16 31-Dec
17 07-Jan Introduction to Organizational Behaviour * pre-work
18 14-Jan delivery
19 21-Jan post-work
20 28-Jan assessment
21 04-Feb Foundations in Financial and Management Accounting (part 2) 30 pre-work
22 11-Feb delivery
23 18-Feb post-work
24 25-Feb assessment
25 04-Mar Introduction to Business Economics 15 pre-work
26 11-Mar delivery
27 18-Mar post-work
28 25-Mar assessment
29 01-Apr Term Break
30 08-Apr
31 15-Apr Foundations of Business Analytics 15 pre-work
32 22-Apr delivery
33 29-Apr post-work
34 06-May assessment
35 13-May Principles of Operations Management 15 pre-work
36 20-May delivery
37 27-May post-work
38 03-Jun assessment
50 26-Aug RESIT EXAM
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