BBA in Accounting

  • Type : Graduate
  • Credit Hours : 123hrs
  • Language : English
  • Campuses: Al Ain & Abu Dhabi

Overview

Overview

The undergraduate degree in accounting is the gateway to private practice through accounting firms. Young graduates can avail themselves the opportunity of obtaining professional certificates (e.g. CPA, ACCA, CMIA, CA, CMA, CIA ), which open unlimited career opportunities. The BBA in accounting provides its graduates with a vast number of job opportunities as financial accountants, auditors, governmental accountants, and accounting information systems designers and developers.

 

Job Opportunities

  • Financial and governmental accountants
  • auditors
  • Accounting information systems designers and developers

Study Plan

Course No Course Title CR.H. Prerequisite
First: General University Education ( 33) CR.H.
(1) Compulsory Courses (27) CR.H.
0102120 Computer Skills 3  
0201111 Science and Life 3  
0401120B English (1) 3  
0401121B English (2) 3 0401120B
0405100 Arabic Language 3  
0406110 Islamic Culture 3  
0408100 Introduction to Psychology 3  
0501170 Fund. of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3  
0508203 Scientific Research Methodology 3  
(2) Elective Courses (6) CR.H.
The student is required to choose Only One course from each of the following groups:
(a) Society and Civilization (3) CR.H.
0406100 Arabs and Muslims' Contributions to Arts and Science 3  
0408101A Physical Education & Health 3  
0409100 Ethical Awareness 3  
0409101 Arab Society 3  
0409102 Environmental Awareness 3  
(b) Managerial Skills (3) CR.H.
0303100 Law and Society 3  
0408103 Thinking Skills 3  
0408104 Self Assessment 3  
0501100 Introduction to Time Management 3  
0501150 Leadership and Teamwork 3  
Second: Compulsory College Requirements (45) CR.H.
0501200 Principles of Management 3  
0501210 International Business Management 3 0501200, 0509200
0501250 Business Leadership 3 0501200
0501330 Organizational Behavior 3 0501200
0501440 Strategic Management 3 0501330
0502200 Principles of Financial Accounting 3  
0502230 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3 0502200
0503300 Principles of Financial Management 3 0502200
0504200 Principles of Marketing Management 3 0501200
0506200 Principles of MIS 3 0102120
0507410 Business Law and Ethics 3 0501200
0508200 Math for Business 3  
0508201 Statistics for Business Decision-Making 3 0508200
0509200 Principles of Macroeconomics 3  
0509210 Principles of Microeconomics 3  
Third: Specialization Courses (33) CR.H.
(1) Compulsory Courses (21) CR.H.
0502310 Intermediate Accounting 1 3 0502200
0502320 Intermediate Accounting 2 3 0502310
0502330 Taxation Accounting 3 0502310
0502340 Cost Accounting 3 0502200
0502350 Accounting Information Systems 3 0502200
0502360 Government Accounting 3 0502200
0502460 Auditing 3 0502320
2) Elective Courses (12) CR.H.
0502210 Computerized Accounting 3 0506200, 0502320
0502420 Financial Statement Analysis 3 0502310
0502470 Operational Auditing 3 0502320
0502471 International Accounting 3 0502320
0502481 Advanced Accounting 3 0502320
0502482 Accounting Analytics 3 0506200, 0502480
Fourth: Compulsory Supporting Courses (9) CR.H.
0501306 Quantitative Business Analysis 3 0508200
0501480 Quality Management 3 0504200
0501481 Production and Operations Management 3 0508201
Fifth: Practical Training (3) CR.H.
0502490 Internship (Accounting) 3 >= 90 CR.H.

 


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