This programme provides a clear route towards master's study within the Department, subject to satisfactory performance. Should you wish to apply for the MSc Accounting and Finance in the following year you will not ordinarily be required to submit a GMAT test with your application.
(* denotes a half unit)
One from the below three options:
Principles of Finance
Examines the theory of financial decision-making by firms and examines the behaviour of the capital markets in which these decisions are taken.
Corporate Finance, Investments and Financial Markets
By special permission, covers topics in corporate finance, investments and performance evaluation and international finance
By special permission, examines financial risk analysis and financial risk management.
One of the following three options:
Accounting Theory and Practice
Introduces students to the major theoretical and practical approaches to financial and management accounting.
Financial Accounting, Analysis and Valuation
Addresses the theory and practice of financial reporting.
Management Accounting, Decisions and Control*
Provides an introduction to issues of accounting information and cost management, managerial decision-making and performance management
Financial Accounting, Reporting and Disclosure*
Delivers an introduction to financial accounting, and highlights aspects of reporting that are important to users of financial information.
Courses to the value of two units from a range of options
You can find the most up-to-date list of optional courses in the Programme Regulations section of the current School Calendar.
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