MSc Program in Accounting in Northern Ireland in United Kingdom

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Accounting

Accounting is a field of study that involves the analysis of a company or organization’s economic activities. This information is then reported back to either management, creditors, or investors. Accounting can also be referred to as financial reporting.

Northern Ireland (also often called Ulster) is not large by area, but it has 30% of island’s population. There are two main universities, one located in Belfast and another one in Derry and Jordanstown.

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Postgraduate Diploma /MSc in Advanced Accounting

University of Ulster, Faculty of Business and Management
Campus Full time Part time 1 year August 2019 United Kingdom Antrim Coleraine Londonderry Belfast + 4 more

It is an aim of the course to develop the high level of skills, understanding and leadership capability necessary to enter a career in professional accountancy and to obtain a deeper understanding of the contemporary problems and issues faced by accounting and business professionals. [+]

Master of Science Programs in Accounting in Northern Ireland in United Kingdom. It is an aim of the course to develop the high level of skills, understanding and leadership capability necessary to enter a career in professional accountancy and to obtain a deeper understanding of the contemporary problems and issues faced by accounting and business professionals.The Master's element of the course will enable students to develop their studies further by requiring them to complete a research dissertation.There are several core and optional modules and students are expected to successfully complete eight for a Postgraduate Diploma and eight plus a dissertation for the MSc. Core subjects include auditing and professional ethics; management accounting; business finance; financial accounting; taxation; and professional computer-based systems. There are four core modules in Semester I, and two core modules plus two optional modules in Semester II.Electives can be chosen from a number of relevant postgraduate modules already offered by the Faculty, e.g. research methods; strategy and marketing management; and e-commerce.You will normally be expected to have successfully completed the research methods elective before enrolling for the dissertation. [-]