Master of Commerce in Professional Accounting

On successful completion of this programme, graduates should be able to:

  1. Apply advanced knowledge and practices related to the core areas of professional accounting including accounting, auditing, information systems and business law.
  2. Propose innovative and practical solutions to complex and emerging business issues based on original ideas or adaptation of best practices.
  3. Formulate robust enterprise decisions by reflecting on performance and incorporating appropriate feedback from relevant stakeholders.
  4. Disseminate complex accounting information and advice to various audiences using effective formats and appropriate technology.
  5. Deliver required outputs in the context of professional accounting at an institutional and sub-institutional level, within a given timeframe, demonstrating leadership and collaboration.
  6. Integrate social, environmental, and ethical considerations to make professional accounting decisions that uphold accountability and integrity at a personal, institutional, and sub-institutional level.
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