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The general entry requirements for the Accounting BA (Hons) program at the University of Bedfordshire may vary depending on the specific course and level of study. However, as a general guideline, applicants are typically expected to have completed high school education or equivalent qualifications. Satisfactory grades in subjects such as
The Accounting BA (Hons) program at the University of Bedfordshire is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of accounting principles and practical skills.
The course covers various topics, including financial accounting, management accounting, taxation, auditing, and financial reporting. Students will develop financial analysis, budgeting, risk assessment, and financial decision-making proficiency. The program emphasizes critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills.
Students can engage in real-world scenarios through case studies, projects, and industry placements. The course also incorporates relevant software and technology to enhance learning and prepare students for the evolving accounting field. Graduates will be well-equipped for careers in accounting, finance, auditing, and related fields or to pursue further studies and professional qualifications in accounting and finance.
|Course Title||BA (Hons) Accounting; BA (Hons) Accounting (with Professional Practice Year); BA (Hons) Accounting (With Foundation Year)|
|Final Award||BA (Hons)|
|Intermediate Qualification(s)||Cert HE in Accounting, Finance and Economics Dip HE in Accounting|
|Location of Delivery||University Square Campus, Luton|
|Mode(s) and length of study||Full-time over 3 years Full-time with professional practice year over 4 years Full-time with foundation year over 4 years|
|Standard intake points (months)||October and February.|
|Professional, Statutory or Regulatory Body (PSRB) accreditation or endorsement||ACCA: The degree is accredited by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). Graduates are eligible for exemptions from papers F1 to F9. Eligibility is based on the exemptions available at the time of graduation and upon successfully completing relevant units. AIA: The degree is accredited by the Association of International Accountants (AIA). Graduates are eligible for exemptions from its Foundation level and Professional level 1 papers. Eligibility is based on exemptions available at the time of graduation and upon successfully completing relevant units. CIMA: Graduates are eligible for exemptions from the modules leading up to the award of CIMA Diploma in Management Accounting. Eligibility is based on exemptions available at the time of graduation.|
|UCAS Course Code||N420: Accounting; N403: Accounting (with Professional Practice Year)|
|Course Aims||This course aims to provide you with a comprehensive knowledge of the main ideas, concepts and principles of accounting as they prove relevant to the behaviour of individuals, businesses, institutions and governments. The necessary analytical, quantitative, communication, and information technology skills will be developed in a process that is expected to enable you to apply these skills in real-life business situations by analysing and interpreting financial statements and business decision-making. It is designed based on two pillars of knowledge and skills that will prepare you for employment or continuation of your studies at the postgraduate level. In either case this course aims to prepare you for life. Your overall achievement of generic knowledge and skills is identified in four areas: Enquiry, Contextual Understanding, Collaboration, and Enterprise. In line with employer and professional body expectations of graduates of an accounting degree, this course has been developed in such a way as to allow the systematic development of an ethical and professional attitude in addition to the technical skills and competencies much sought after by employers. The course will prepare you for a wide range of careers in both the private and the public sector, as well as develop your ability to continue your studies.|