MSc Accounting and Finance, The University of Northampton
The MSc is designed for AIA, ACCA CIMA, ACA or CPA Australia graduates and aims to provide a means by which the continuing professional and personal needs of accounting practitioners may be met.
Specifically, it aims to extend and enhance the understanding and competence gained via professional qualification and to enhance the ability of students to think strategically about management and organisational change.
This top up course may be taken by part-time study (day or evening) in Northampton or by distance learning worldwide. Distance learning students are supported by online learning materials.
Tuition fee for the international students.)
The programme is designed to broaden your specialist knowledge gained at the professional level. In particular the module on 'Managing Strategic Change' takes an in depth look at both leading edge strategic issues and change processes. The module covers the business tools, techniques and concepts used in scanning the business environment for potential changes, analysing the potential implications of differing scenarios, strategies and processes before developing responses to potential changes. 'Research Methods' covers the introduction to research, types of research methodology, formulating and planning a research project, data collection and analysis and presentation of research findings.
Following successful completion of the taught modules, members undertake a dissertation related to an aspect of strategic significance for the organisation.
Special course features
Top up or Fast track students with advanced standing on admission, are required to take Managing Strategic Change and Dissertation and Research Methods.
Applicants should have successfully completed professional qualifications such as ACA, ACCA, AIA or CIMA or CPA Australia.
No work experience is required.
The University of Northampton Emblem, Holdenby Education has an extensive history in Northampton dating back to the 13th century whilst the University of Northampton has evolved from the beginning of the 20th century.
1924 Northampton Technical College was established. The St George's Avenue building was opened by the Duke and Duchess of York in 1932. The School of Art opened in 1937.
1972 Margaret Thatcher opened the College of Education at Park Campus in 1972.
1975 Nene College was formed from the amalgamation of the College of Education, College of Technology and College of Art.
1992 Nene College transferred its further education provision to further education colleges in Northamptonshire and focused on higher education.
1993 Nene College incorporated St Andrew's School of Occupational Therapy and was granted undergraduate degree awarding powers.
1994 The Leathersellers College in London was integrated into Nene College.
1997 Sir Gordon Roberts College of Nursing and Midwifery was also incorporated into Nene College.
1999 Nene College became University College Northampton.
2005 The University of Northampton was established, having been awarded full university status and research degree awarding powers.
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