MBA Specialism in Accounting


MBA Specialism in Accounting

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  • Study Hours

    Study Hours

    450 Hours

  • Total Fees



  • Delivery



  • Modality


    Self Paced

About the programme

The MBA Specialisation in accounting will develop your advanced accounting knowledge in the areas of managerial accounting, cost accounting and financial statement analysis. Through a series of three modules, you will learn how to use capital budgeting to assess the potential cash inflows and outflows of specific business decisions; determine and control costs through the tracking of expenditures and revenues; and review and analyse financial statements to ensure better economic decision-making through resource allocation, performance and achievement of strategic objectives.

Whether you are seeking a position as an accountant, auditor, portfolio manager or investment banker, the Mini-MBA in accounting will provide you with the knowledge and hands-on accounting skills needed to support a flourishing career in government, corporate entities, public sector organisations, or non-profits.

Programme Modules

Cost Accounting

Programme Overview

Cost accounting is a subset of managerial accounting that focuses on costs. Unlike financial accounting, which provides information to external financial statement users, cost accounting is used internally by management and is not required to adhere to set standards; therefore, it can be flexible to meet the needs of management. This course covers best practices and proven theories that underlie tracking and allocating costs so that management can make fully informed business decisions.                

Financial Statement Analysis

Programme Overview

Financial Statement Analysis teaches students how to read, analyse, and interpret financial information provided by companies in the form of statements prepared using generally accepted accounting principles using both quantitative and qualitative techniques and to apply that information as part of strategic decision-making to increase firm value, enhance operational efficiencies, mitigate risk, and grow the business in an ethical and sustainable manner. Financial Statement Analysis is designed to be particularly useful for finance-oriented students looking at consulting, corporate finance, entrepreneurship, general management, and investment and marketing careers.

Managerial Accounting

Programme Overview

This module will introduce students to the concepts and applications of managerial accounting. Topics include cost behaviour, manufacturing versus non-manufacturing costs, cost-volume-profit analysis, costing systems, preparation of a cost of goods manufactured and sold schedule, creation of static and flexible budgets, variance analysis evaluation of capital investments.

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