BSc Accounting

BSc Accounting

Accounting has been defined as the measurement and disclosure of financial information that is used by managers, investors and others to make decisions about the allocation of resources within organisations.

Accounting is much more than just the mechanical manipulation of financial data to produce company accounts. The methods for preparing accounting information must be applied with judgement, and with an understanding of the purposes for which the information will be used. A wide range of decision makers need to understand the key principles which underpin a cost or profit figure produced by an accountant.


By studying for a degree in Accounting, you will acquire skills that are central to the management of organisations, for measuring performance and maintaining the cash flows that are essential for the prosperity of any private company or public sector organisation.


COURSE

CODE

FIRST SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS COURSE

CODE

SECOND SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS
GTUB 111 INTRO. TO ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES 3 GTUB 110 FRENCH II 3
GTUB 107 INTRO. TO MATHEMATICS 3 GTUB 106 INTRO TO ECONOMICS 3
GTUB 103 INTRO. TO MICROCOMPUTER APP. 3 GTUB 104 LOGIC AND CRITICAL THINKING 3
GTUB 105 INTRO. TO BUSINESS ADMINISTARTION 3 GTUB 108 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 3
GTUB 109 INTRO. TO PSYCHOLOGY 3 GTUB 112 COMPUTER APPLICATION IN MANAGEMENT 3
GTUB 101 INTRO. TO FRENCH 3 GTUB 102 COMMUNICATION SKILLS 3
TOTAL 18 18

COURSE

CODE

FIRST SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS COURSE

CODE

SECOND SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS
GTUB 203 FINANCIAL ACOUNTING 3 GTUB 202 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR 3
GTUB 201 BUSINESS LAW 3 GTUB 212 BANKING OPERATIONS & REGULATIONS 3
GTUB 205 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING 3 GTUB 214 INTRO TO OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 3
GTUB 207 E-COMMERCE 3 GTUB 210 KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT 3
GTUB 209 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3 GTUB 206 COST ACCOUNTING 3
GTUB 211 BUSINESS MATHS 3 GTUB 208 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 3
TOTAL 18 18

COURSE

CODE

FIRST SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS COURSE

CODE

SECOND SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS
GTUB 301 QUANTITATIVE METHODS 3 GTUB 302 RESEARCH METHODS 3
GTBF 309 FINANCIAL MARKETS 3 GTMG 310 BUSINESS ETHICS 3
GTAC 303 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II 3 GTBF 310 BUSINESS FINANCE II 3
GTMG 305 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE 3 GTAC 304 ADVANCED ACCOUNTING 3
GTBF 307 BUSINESS FINANCE I 3 GTAC 306 COMPANY LAW 3
GTAC 311 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING 3 GTAC 312 ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM 3
TOTAL 18 18

COURSE

CODE

FIRST SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS COURSE

CODE

SECOND SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS
GTAC 401 AUDIT AND INTERNAL REVIEW 3 GTAC 404 AUDITING AND ASSURANCE 3
GTBF 401 INVESTMENT ANALYSIS 3 GTAC 402 FINANCIAL REPORTING 3
GTAC 403 TAXATION I 3 GTMG 412 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT 3
GTUB 403 PROJECT WORK 3 GTAC 408 TAXATION II 3
GTUB 401 ENTREPRENUERSHIP 3 GTUB 403 PROJECT WORK 3
GTAC 405 PUBLIC SECTOR ACCOUNTING 3
TOTAL 18 15

 

PROSPECTS

The programme prepares individuals to assume specialist, generalist and managerial positions in the Accounting departments in the private, public and non-profits sectors. Completion of a degree in Accounting offers the student a career path at the entry level as: Accounting Officers, Auditing and Finance Officers. At the middle career level, students may become: Accounting Managers, Auditing and Finance Managers. And At senior career level, students may rise up to become: Accountants, Auditors, Financial Controllers or Director of Finance.

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