Accounting and Finance and Economics - BA (Hons)

University of Kent
In Canterbury (Grossbritannien)

£ 9.000 - (10.750 )
inkl. MwSt.

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  • Bachelor's degree
  • Canterbury (Grossbritannien)
  • Dauer:
    3 Years

Accounting and Finance:
Accountants are probably best known for checking the validity of company accounts – auditing – but they also devise and operate financial systems, conduct investment analysis, advise on business start-ups, company takeovers and company rescue schemes, and handle individuals' and corporations' tax affairs.

Kent Business School (KBS) has designed the Accounting and Finance degrees to ensure that they respond to the needs and expectations of the modern accountancy profession. They offer the opportunity to spend a year on work placement, or to combine accounting with related subjects. Their supportive and flexible approach to teaching gives you the confidence and skills you need to follow the path that most interests you.

Economics examines some of the profound issues in our life and times, including: economic growth and sustainable development, emerging market economies, financial and monetary crises, environmental and natural resource problems, international trade and aid to poor countries.

KBS has a strong international reputation for excellence for research in key areas of economics and many staff advise government bodies both globally and in the UK.

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Wo und wann

Beginn Lage
CT2 7PE, Kent, Grossbritannien
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Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?

Economic History
Accounting and Finance
Economic Sociology
Economic Theory
Economics Science
Finance Economics
Accounting close
Accounting procedures
Accounting records management
Accounting software
Finance strategy
Knowledge and understanding of some of the contexts in which accounting operates


The following modules are indicative of those offered on this programme. This listing is based on the current curriculum and may change year to year in response to new curriculum developments and innovation.  Most programmes will require you to study a combination of compulsory and optional modules. You may also have the option to take ‘wild’ modules from other programmes offered by the University in order that you may customise your programme and explore other subject areas of interest to you or that may further enhance your employability.

Stage 1

Possible modules may include:

CB364 - Introduction to Business Modelling (15 credits)

AC300 - Financial Accounting I (30 credits)

EC304 - Principles of Economics (30 credits)

EC309 - Statistics for Economics and Business (15 credits)

EC305 - Mathematics for Economics and Business Mode A (15 credits)

EC306 - Mathematics for Economics and Business Mode B (15 credits)

You have the opportunity to select wild modules in this stage

Stage 2

Possible modules may include:

AC523 - Principles of Finance (30 credits)

AC524 - Financial Accounting II (30 credits)

EC500 - Microeconomics (30 credits)

EC502 - Macroeconomics (30 credits)

Stage 3

Possible modules may include:

AC521 - Management Accounting I (30 credits)

AC522 - Advanced Financial Accounting (30 credits)

AC502 - Business Finance (30 credits)

AC504 - Auditing (30 credits)

CB513 - Taxation (30 credits)

CB611 - Futures and Options Markets (30 credits)

EC540 - Development Economics (15 credits)

EC541 - Economics Dissertation (30 credits)

EC542 - Econometrics I: An Introduction to Modern Econometrics using Stata (15 credits)

EC543 - Econometrics 2: Topics in Time Series (15 credits)

EC544 - Economic Integration in the EU (15 credits)

EC545 - Economics of the Labour Market (15 credits)

EC546 - Games for Economics and Business (15 credits)

EC547 - Industrial Economics (15 credits)

EC548 - International Finance (15 credits)

EC549 - International Trade (15 credits)

EC550 - Monetary Economics (15 credits)

EC553 - Public Economics (15 credits)

EC562 - Economics of Finance 1 (15 credits)

EC563 - Economics of Finance 2 (15 credits)

EC565 - Extended Economics Essay (15 credits)

EC568 - World Economic and Financial History from the 19th Century (15 credits)

EC569 - Economic Growth (15 credits)

EC570 - Microeconomics of Development (15 credits)

EC571 - Agricultural, Food and Natural Resource Economics (15 credits)

You have the opportunity to select wild modules in this stage.

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