Accountancy is the process of communicating financial information about a business entity to relevant users. One of the vital skills here is selecting the information that is relevant to your audience and communicating financial statements clearly.
Accounting can be divided into two major fields; management accounting and financial accounting. Management accounting concentrates on reporting to people inside the business entity and provides information to employees, managers, owner-managers and auditors. Its main goal is to provide the management with a basis for making major decisions related to management and operations. Financial accounting, on the other hand, presents information to people outside the business entity such as potential shareholders, creditors (including banks or vendors), financial analysts, economists, and government agencies.
A career in accounting requires an aptitude for mathematics and the ability to analyze, compare and interpret facts and figures quickly. You must then be able to clearly communicate your results to clients and managers.
MSc Accounting and Finance develops your understanding of advanced accounting together with finance topics and methods.
Chicago Booth offers a complete range of Full-Time, Evening MBA and Weekend MBA, and Executive MBA Programs. All programs offer the same powerful, effective business education that prepares you to solve the greatest business challenges. And each will transform the way you think about business.
Think critically. Master the latest rules and become an expert in finance and economics. Go international through courses that will get you to the top in, e.g., accounting, auditing, controlling or co
ACCA is one of the world's most prestigious accountancy qualifications, and with LSBF Online InterActive platform you can study the entire course live online. Our award-winning tutors deliver live tuition, mark mock exams, engage in Q&A sessions and provide video debriefs for the full ACCA syllabus.
Become a leader in the next generation of business with a Master of Business Administration degree in General Business from the University of Bridgeport. At UB’s Ernest C. Trefz School of Business, theory and practice come together for student success as we blend academic scholarship with practical solutions in a dynamic and challenging environment.
Are you passionate about accounting and want a strong foundation in business? To extend your business capabilities as well as obtain specialised accounting knowledge, the combined Master’s program in Professional Accounting and Business Administration is the program for you.
It has never been more important to gain a firm understanding of the functions of accounting and finance. The world economy is unsettled - subject to never-ending innovations and struggles to gain competitive advantage, all of which played a part in the collapse of well-established organisations in recent years. Our MSc programme is designed to develop an understanding of accounting and finance in global organisations and to provide you with important training for careers in the accounting and financial sectors.
The MSc in Accounting programme involves advanced study of organisations, their management, the role of accounting for internal and external users, and the changing external context in which they operate. Students will develop the ability to apply knowledge and understanding of accounting to complex issues.
The Ross Master of Accounting Program delivers the tools and cross-functional expertise you need to multiply your career options.
In the continuously evolving environment of the financial industry, it is increasingly important to possess the industry-specific know-how and become acquainted with the best practices of the field. Now, more than ever, corporations require outstanding professionals.
This programme benefits from Surrey Business School’s excellent reputation in Accounting and Finance courses, combining an accounting and finance focus with applications in international business.
ACCA accreditation means joining one of the world’s largest accounting bodies, while an MBA sets you apart as a business leader. Combining the two provides a unique ability to manage accounts, people and organisations across the world.