Diploma in Accounting

Diploma in Accounting

Our programme helps you to expert in all major accountancy basics in preparing balance sheets, profit and loss accounts, trial balance, cash flow, bank reconciliation, adjustments and depreciation.

Our programmeassit students to learn the dissimilarities between the international accounting standards and the Malaysian accounting standards in creating financial reports.
Diploma in Accounting supports students with the alternative to obtain productive insight and skills in accounting field. The course is designed to provide the important information regarding principles and concepts of accounting, auditing, taxation as well as analysis of various corporate financial statements.

Programme Objectives

 

This program is designed for individuals who want to learn business accounting and financial management principles at a level beyond simple bookkeeping or spreadsheet usage. Students will benefit from a background in accountancy or financial management but anyone with an interest in numbers and a desire for a career in Accountancy is a good candidate for this program. Accountancy has always been considered as the language and basic tool of working environment, that is the reason accounting and finance may be the best route to a successful career. The field of accounting and finance has been changing dramatically as the computer revolution, increased government regulations, frequent tax law changes, the globalization of business, and the on-going downsizing and restructuring of corporations.

Programme Overview

Program duration and schedule
Intakes January, April and August
Assessment 40% Exam | 60% Coursework
Examinations March, July and December
Mode of study Full Time
Duration 2 years
Semesters 6 Semesters
Programme Outline
 
Course Content
Semester 1 – English for Social Skills
– Principle of Management
– Principles of Accounting
– Microeconomics
– Business Statistics
Semester 2 – English for Business Communication
– Introduction to Information Technology
– Macroeconomics
– Financial Accounting 1
– Business Law
– Consumer Behaviour
Semester 3 – Introduction to Finance
– Auditing
– Principles of Marketing
Semester 4 – Financial Accounting 2
– Accounting Information System
– Taxation 1
– Business Finance
– Islamic Finance
– Business Ethics
Semester 5 – Financial Accounting 3
– Taxation 2
– Management Accounting
– Investment
– Cost Accounting
– Financial Management
Semester 6 – Entrepreneurship
– Project Paper
MPU Subjects – U1 : Malaysian Studies
– U2 : Human Basic Rights / Family Issues
– U3 : National Language / Thinking Skills
– U4 : Clubs
Entry Requirements
 
Qualifications Academic Requirements
SPM Pass SPM with minimum 3 credits(C)
O-Level Minimum 3 credits (C)
UEC Pass UEC with minimum 3 credits (B)
Programme Fees

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