The BSc (Hons) Accounting & Finance degree is delivered by Cass Business School, City, University of London and prepares graduates for careers in accountancy or finance and financial markets. The BSc (Hons) Accounting & Finance provides a solid grounding in all areas of accounting and finance, including financial accounting, corporate finance, assurance, taxation financial management, law, economics and statistics.
In each year of your degree, you choose a number of modules that allow you to either focus more deeply on finance and accounting, or to broaden your studies into areas including business forecasting and corporate social responsibility.
In the first year, students will develop the fundamental knowledge required for a successful career in many areas of business, including accounting, finance and financial markets, economics and law. This year also focuses on consolidating quantitative skills in business and finance applications.
In the second year, students will acquire a deeper understanding of accounting, financial markets, risk management, valuation and capital markets. You develop the ability to prepare financial statements according to international accounting standards, analyse financial information for performance measurement and valuation purposes and apply financial tools to value assets trading in financial markets. You will also gain exposure to more complex topics such as financial econometrics, assurance, taxation, risk analysis and modelling.
The final year sees you tackling more advanced topics in both accounting and finance, including audit and assurance, taxation, financial management and corporate finance. As part of the BSc in Accounting and Finance course, you are required to undertake a final year project on a topic relevant to your studies.
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