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A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.
Accountancy refers to the duties of an accountant. In order to become one, students need to take a variety of related classes such as cost accounting, individual taxation, auditing, nonprofit accounting, estate taxation and accounting for government.
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Lingnan University’s Master of Accountancy programme equips its students with up-to-date, broad knowledge of developments in accounting theory and practice from both a global and local perspective.
The students were accepted to the specialty of Accountancy and calculation of Master department (for full-time) in 1999. The admission to part-time department began from 2002. The students were accepted to part-time department in 2013-2014 years.
Currently, at the faculty of Economy 4 specialties are available in the chair of Accountancy and calculation. One of these specialties is Accountancy and calculation. The specialty of Accountancy and calculation has a special place in the preparation of accounting staff in Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic.
The programme is designed for recent graduates who intend to pursue a career in professional accounting. It will also benefit those working in non-accounting areas, who seek a thorough education in the principles and practice of accounting. The programme emphasizes substantive and operational knowledge as well as the skills and competencies for an accounting professional/practitioner. Additionally, the programme has been accredited by global accounting qualifications such as HKICPA, ACCA, CPA Australia, CIMA, and AIA.