The BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting is a full degree run in conjunction with Oxford Brookes University and ACCA.
There are numerous benefits to completing the degree. Not least because a degree and a professional accounting qualification are a powerful combination to have, putting you in demand with employers and increasing your career prospects.
The BSc is an officially recognised Undergraduate course which has been running since 2000.
The course comprises of 16 modules, 9 of which are externally examined. One of the 16 modules is the final dissertation, which is not optional.
Three GCSEs and two A Levels in five separate subjects, including mathematics and English or their equivalent.
|L1M01||Principles of Business Studies|
|L1M02||Fundamentals of Accounting|
|L1M03||Dynamic of Communication|
|L1M05||IT in Business|
|L1M06||Accountant in Business|
|L2M09||Corporate and Business Law|
|L3M13||Audit and Assurance|
The degree is no different to BSc courses offered by conventional universities, with the exception that the teaching and assessments are completed at KKCL.
Both the taught modules and the final dissertation are an integral part of the BSc course. The transcript issued by Oxford Brooks University to successful candidates clearly states results for the nine external modules and the final year dissertation.