Course Key Information

Duration: 4 years Full-time
Typical A-level offer: 112 Points BBC
UCAS code: NN43
Location: Bay Campus
UK/EU fee: £9,250
Start Date: September 2021
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Why choose

Why Accounting & Finance Study in Courselog

Accounting is a complex, in-demand career one that requires
a high levelof technical skill and ethical standards. As a Biola
accounting major, you’ll develop.

Course Details

How you'll Study

You can study Accountancy as a four year single honours degree, or combine it with one of eight other courses to broaden your focus. In your first three semesters, your core studies in accounting and finance will be complemented by teaching in economics, business management and business law.

Modules

The modules listed below are those currently intended for delivery in the current academic intake of this course. These may be subject to change in future years as the University regularly revises.

Compulsory Module

Compulsory Module

Mathematics for Business (FINU9M1) - 20credit

Option Module

Our Blue Planet (AQUU1BP) - 20credit
Introduction to Cell Biology (BIOU1CB) - 20credit
Ecology: An Introduction (BIOU1EC) - 20credit

Compulsory Module

Compulsory Module

Mathematics for Business (FINU9M1) - 20credit

Option Module

Compulsory Module

Compulsory Module

Mathematics for Business (FINU9M1) - 20credit

Option Module

Instructor

Meet Our Teaching Staff

Mr Susan Webster
Mr Graeme Reid
Dr Lynme Barrow

Entry Requirements for your Country/Region

Typical offer

A Level Grades:    BBC

BTEC Grades:     DMM

Points Required:    112

 

Essential Subjects

Mathematics National 5 (B), Intermediate 2 (C), Standard Grade (3),
GCSE (C/4) or equivalent.

Points can be from any qualification on the UCAS tariff, but must
include at least 80 points from

Typical offer

A Level Grades:    BBC

BTEC Grades:     DMM

Points Required:    112

 

Essential Subjects

Mathematics National 5 (B), Intermediate 2 (C), Standard Grade (3),
GCSE (C/4) or equivalent.

Points can be from any qualification on the UCAS tariff, but must
include at least 80 points from

Graduation

Careers

Your Future Prospects

Most of our graduates aim to become chartered accountants.
but there are a range of employment possibilities open to you. Recent graduates have found work.

Fees & Funding

UK & International Students

There are some instances where additional fees may apply.Depending on your chosen course, you may need to pay additional costs.

Ready to Apply?

Applying for Placements

You can apply for numerous opportunities via an open and free-to-all process. Placement providers use their own recruitment and selection procedures.