Frontiers in accounting
Since its launch in 1998, the Master of Accountancy has garnered respect as a leading accounting programme, recognised and accredited by all major professional accounting bodies. The programme is designed for accounting and non-accounting graduates, with the aim to nurture professional accountants who can apply accounting knowledge and data analytics to develop business insights.
Built on the strong foundation of an excellent curriculum and a world-class faculty, this programme yields graduates with outstanding academic achievements and promising career prospects.
This highly regarded programme is accredited by international associations and professional bodies, and is designed to equip students with the skills needed to solve complex accounting and business problems with a global perspective.
To complete the programme, students will need to attain a total of 36 credits of coursework, comprising of 7 core courses (Part One) and 5 elective courses (Part Two) worth 3 credits each.
Part One is accredited as a conversion programme specially designed for those without accounting degrees to fulfil the requirements of professional examinations. Part Two is designed for accountants to deepen their knowledge in various aspects of accounting and apply it to the workplace.