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ACCOUNTING & FINANCE BACHELOR OF BUSINESS


Add-on What is the programme about?


The Bachelor of Business Degree (in Accounting & Finance) Level 7 is a one year add-on degree programme designed for students who wish to build on previous learning. It is both a qualification in its own right and a stepping stone to the Level 8 (Honours) Degree programme in Accounting & Finance. It is designed for students who wish to pursue careers in professional accountancy, finance, management, banking and the financial services industry. The programme offers students a contemporary approach to accounting and finance, focusing on the exploration of key practical and theoretical issues in accounting, auditing, management accounting, taxation, company law and people management. It also allows students to develop highly desirable transferable skills including analytical thinking and problem-solving skills as well as enabling you to think logically and quantitatively.


This degree programme is both professionally and managerially oriented and is recognised by leading professional accountancy bodies including: CAI, ACCA, CIMA, CPA and IIPA.


Who is the programme suited to?


This programme is primarily designed for those students who have a previous qualification in Accounting and Finance, such as the Higher Certificate in Business in Accounting and Finance (Level 6) and/or other equivalent qualifications to a Higher Certificate (Level 6) with appropriate pre-requisite subjects. Holders of qualifications in accounting such as IATI and CAT (ACCA) may also be considered for entry to this programme.


Modules


Financial Accounting, Management Accounting and Operations Research, Taxation, Company Law, Auditing and Forensic Accounting, People Management Theory and Practice.


What can I do after the programme?


On completing this programme, our graduates often choose to join an accountancy firm or large company to complete their accountancy training, while others use their expertise within financial services or branch out into more general management roles. If you wish to widen your focus to industry and commerce in areas such as banking, insurance and funds management this relevant and practical degree will put you to the forefront re. employability.


Progression/Further Study Options/Exemptions


Graduates will have the opportunity to immediately progress to the Level 8 honours degree programme in Accounting and Finance offered at LIT (Moylish). Graduates, may, alternatively choose to pursue Professional Accountancy Examinations. The list of exemptions is reviewed annually by the professional accountancy bodies and is subject to change, due to ongoing revisions to their professional syllabi. We seek to continue to secure existing or corresponding exemptions but this cannot be guaranteed. You are therefore advised to refer regularly to the relevant professional accountancy body's website and to note that exemptions are awarded at their discretion.


Add-on programme (following on from 2 Year Higher Certificate LC221)


Programme Code Add-on


Programme Level Level 7


Duration 1 Year


Class Contact Hours 22 hours per week


Location


Moylish Campus, Limerick


Minimum Entry Requirements: 1. A Higher Certificate (Level 6) in a relevant field. 2. An equivalent qualification to a Higher Certificate (Level 6) with appropriate pre-requisite subjects.


Apply directly to LIT - Tel: 061 293262. Email: admissions@lit.ie > 72 Undergraduate Prospectus 2017/2018 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION


Contact Mr. Michael Sheehan, Programme Leader


Tel: 061 293329 Email: michael.sheehan@lit.ie Web: www.lit.ie/Courses/A7221


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