Bachelor of Management Honours in Accounting & Finance

In terms of global importance, Accounting and Finance disciplines serve as the lifeblood of an economy. The job prospects therefore are excellent in terms of their potential. Accounting and Finance graduate careers with local and multinational companies can be very varied and often similar sounding roles can be very different from company to company, dependent on the organization’s structure. The roles will tend to be analytical and decisional by nature. They can often lead to the graduate being involved in important business decisions and helping to shape the future growth of an organisation.

Degree Overview

With this challenging corporate requirements in mind, the Bachelor of Management Honours in Accounting & Finance Degree Program has been specially designed to develop academic and professional competencies in its graduates to suit for a career in the functional discipline of Accounting & Finance both locally and globally, and to engage in research-based studies at postgraduate level.

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Entry Requirements
  • Passes in three subjects (in any subject stream) at the G.C.E. (Advanced Level) Examination (Sri Lanka / London)

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Career Outcomes

  • - Financial Accountant
  • - Management Accountant
  • - Financial Controller
  • - Manager - Risk Management & Compliances
  • - Loss Adjuster- General Insurance
  • - Business Analysis
  • - Manager – Corporate planning
  • - Internal Auditor
  • - Financial Analyst 

YEAR 1
  • SEMESTER 1

  • Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
  • Fundamentals of Computing
  • Environment of Business & Industry
  • Business Mathematics
  • Fundamentals of Management
  • Proficiency in English I
  • SEMESTER 2

  • Management Accounting Fundamentals
  • Human Resources Management
  • Business Statistics
  • Marketing Essentials
  • Fundamentals of Microeconomics
  • Proficiency in English II
YEAR 2
  • SEMESTER 1

  • Fundamentals of Finance Management
  • Principles of Banking
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Fundamentals of Macroeconomics
  • Soft Skills
  • Corporate Governance & Ethics
  • SEMESTER 2

  • Management Accounting
  • Business Value Creation
  • Management Information Systems
  • International Business
  • **** Optional Courses - Any ONE of the following three ***
  • Internet Enabled Commerce
  • Computer Based Tools for Management
  • Management of Technology
YEAR 3
  • SEMESTER 1

  • Advanced Financial Reporting
  • Accounting Information Systems
  • Strategic Management I
  • Analysis of Business Information
  • Business Taxation
  • SEMESTER 2

  • Advanced Management Accounting
  • Audit & Assurance
  • Research Methods and Statistical Analysis
  • Industrial Training
YEAR 4
  • SEMESTER 1

  • ERP Systems for Accounting
  • Corporate Reporting & Analysis
  • Investment & Portfolio Management
  • Financial Strategies for Business Growth
  • Strategic Management II
  • SEMESTER 2

  • Business Valuation & Application
  • Financial Risk Management
  • Integrated Case Analysis for Financial Management
  • Research Project

Course Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of Bachelor of Management Honours in Accounting & Finance Degree, the graduate will be able to:

PLO1:    Demonstrate knowledge and understanding in the field of accounting, finance and allied fields;
 
PLO2:    Apply subject-specific knowledge and professional skills in diverse business situations in local and global environments;
 
PLO3:    Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of contemporary technologies and their application to professional and business contexts;
 
PLO4:    Identify emerging trends in the local and global business environments and introduce innovations to enhance effectiveness of accounting practices;
 
PLO5:    Analyze and critically evaluate arguments and issues pertaining to the accounting and finance discipline;
 
PLO6:    Apply research skills to devise solutions to practical issues pertaining to accounting and finance;
 
PLO7:    Recognize the need to engage in independent and life-long learning;
 
PLO8:    Communicate effectively both, oral and written, in professional and business contexts using appropriate technologies;
 
PLO9:    Demonstrate leadership and interpersonal skills in workplaces of cultural and linguistic diversity;
 
PLO10: Show understanding and commitment to professional ethics and responsibilities of the accounting practice through behavior; and
 
PLO11:  Demonstrate understanding of social and civic responsibilities, human rights and matters pertaining to sustainability.

INTERNSHIP DETAILS
  • - Audit experience
  • - Non-audit commercial experience