The programme is designed to fulfil the country’s need for professionals in accounting. In designing the programme, due consideration is given to ensuring that potential graduates are well equipped with the knowledge and skills to meet the challenging work environment.
Learners are required to complete a total of 134 credit hours of prescribed studies in order to graduate. The programme structure covers five main areas:
- accounting, finance and related knowledge
- organisational and business knowledge
- information technology
- communication skills, industrial exposure and integrated case study, and
- non-accounting knowledge taken through elective courses