MSc. International Accounting
PROGRAMME AIM AND OBJECTIVES
The aim of the Master of Science (International Accounting) programme is to produce graduates who possess international perspective in accounting and management with professional skills, and prepare them for the challenges of managing organisations in the competitive current global business environment. The objectives of this programme as as listed below:
- Obtain in-depth knowledge of international accounting and management disciplines.
- Acquire comprehensive set of skills to compete effectively in the changing global business environment.
- Respond ethically and professionally in dealing with organizational performance, issues and dilemma at international level.
Integrate and apply advanced accounting and business knowledge in managing global business.
Produce and disseminate quality research to solve business problems and issues.
Demonstrate social skills and social responsibilities in dynamic business environment.
Demonstrate professionalism and adherence to ethical standards.
Communicate effectively, work in teams and portray leadership skills in managing global business.
Think critically and apply scientific approaches in solving business-related issues in a highly dynamic business environment.
Demonstrate a commitment to life-long learning and ability to manage information towards professional development.
Exhibit managerial and entrepreneurial skills for effective decision-making.
COURSE STRUCTURE (TOTAL: 42 CREDIT HOURS)
CORE COURSES (24 CREDIT HOURS)
Seminar in Accounting Information System
Issues in Auditing and Investigation
Management Accounting & Control Systems
Contemporary Issues in International Taxation
Seminar in International Accounting
Financial Accounting Theory & Reporting Practices
Financial Statement Analysis
International Financial Management
ELECTIVE COURSES (12 CREDIT HOURS)
Seminar In Corporate Governance
Strategic Management Accounting
Information System Control & Audit
Goods and Services Tax in Selected Industries
Indirect Taxes: Governance and Issues
Indirect Tax Audit and Investigation
RESEARCH PROJECT (6 CREDIT HOURS)