This is a half-unit course that introduces students to fundamental principles of financial accounting for the purposes of external reporting.

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This is a one-unit course that introduces students to fundamental principles of accounting and finance. The course consists of three parts: financial accounting (for external reporting), management accounting (for internal decision making), and finance (to provide funding).

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Two main themes are developed in the course comprising Modern Concepts in Management Accounting and Economic Perspectives on Management Accounting.

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The course addresses contemporary issues in management accounting, financial management and organisational control. It focuses on cutting-edge concerns in practice and research, and seeks to foster a critical understanding of both.

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The course addresses the theory and practice of financial reporting. Accounting practices are examined in the light of historical development, regulatory requirements, theories of income and capital and other approaches to accounting theory and to the use of accounting information in business analysis and valuation.

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The course provides a critical analysis of auditing practices and their role in organisational governance and risk management. Auditing is demanded by, and provides assurance to, a variety or internal and external stakeholders, including corporate shareholders and regulators. As societal demands for accountability have increased, auditing has become both more important and more regulated itself. Auditing also remains controversial and this course will address contemporary debates.

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This course is intended as an overview for individuals who will make business decisions, evaluate organizational performance or evaluate others (and/or be evaluated) through the use of financial and nonfinancial information. In other words, the module is designed to be useful particularly for those who aspire to be managers, management consultants, or specialists in staff functions such as controllers, auditors, and human resource specialists.

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This is an advanced course focusing on the organisational and institutional settings within which risk is managed.

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Corporate financial statements are a key source of information about the economic activities of a firm. This course is intended to enhance the student's ability to relate economic events to financial statements and disclosures. It also seeks to aid in developing a coordinated set of concepts and principles to serve as a framework for analysing a wide variety of financial reporting issues.
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This course examines the fast changing international dimensions of financial reporting to external users of financial statements and the impact of those changes on business entities and their stakeholders in the global economy.

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This is an advanced course for doctoral and postdoctoral students focusing on the institutional and organizational context of accounting practices in their broadest sense. The seminars are generally based on key readings at the interface between accounting, organization studies and management. Discussions will be focused on the analysis of accounting and calculative practices in context drawing on a wide range of approaches.

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This page aims to give you all the information you need to successfully guide you through the BSc Accounting and Finance programme.

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