Accountancy MSc at University of Dundee - UCAS

Course summary

Study the technical and theoretical aspects of fundamental accounting and finance subjects, and complete a professional project within the context of international accounting practice. Your project will include an extended literature review which may include: Company analysis Relevant academic literature Professional accountancy pronouncements Professional publications The financial press and use of specialist software You’ll be able to choose from a broad range of optional modules in accounting and finance subjects. You will learn to think analytically and critically about the ways in which modern organisations operate. This will help you understand how businesses create and use information, in both operational and strategic contexts


Optional modules: Semester 1 modules (September to December); Corporate finance (20 credits); corporate governance (20 credits); international accounting and financial reporting (20 credits); performance management and reporting (20 credits); emerging financial markets and investment (20 credits); operations management and change (20 credits). Semester 2 modules: Contemporary accounting issues (20 credits); global risk analysis (20 credits); marketing management and strategy (20 credits); strategic management accounting (20 credits). Compulsory module: Professional accountancy project (30 credits).

Entry requirements

Full professional exam qualification from a recognised professional accountancy body: ACCA, ICAS, ICAI, ICAEW, CIPFA and CIMA or other IFAC member body assessed as equivalent by the Programme Director.

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Accountancy MSc at University of Dundee - UCAS