BA Accounting and Finance

Course Overview

Studying BA Accounting with Finance will prepare you for careers in both the accounting profession and finance generally. It will also provide you with the skills and knowledge to deal with the major issues you are likely to encounter in your career. The course is accredited by major accountancy bodies, with significant levels of exemption awarded by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) and the Association of International Accountants (AIA), with further accreditation being sought.

What You Study

  • Corporate finance
  • Financial markets
  • International finance and accounting
  • Taxation
  • Credit management
  • Advanced management accounting

Duration and Attendance

One year full-time.

Entry Requirements

This course is for HND Accounting graduates who are ready to step up to degree level study - other relevant HNDs may be considered on an individual basis. For those without standard entry qualifications, consideration is given to experience gained, as well as professional qualifications and other forms of learning that could provide evidence of ability to benefit from this particular course.

Further Study

The degree offers the opportunity to pursue your studies at Honours level with BA (Hons) Accounting with Finance, or to advance to other qualifications, for example professional accounting qualifications.

Career Opportunities

Recent graduates of BA Accounting with Finance have gained employment in both public and private sector organisations in a range of functions such as banking and financial analysis.

Student Expenses

Each module has recommended reading which you are expected to purchase.

Application Process

You are required to attend an interview. Applications for this Andrew Carnegie Business School course are made through Fife College. 

Courses Availability

Type Time Location Price

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One year full-time

St Brycedale Campus, Kirkcaldy

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