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BA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance (Blended)

BA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance (Blended)

Overview

Looking for a degree in Accounting and a positive work/life balance? Our blended Accounting and Finance programme is for you!

The BA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance degree is delivered through the flexible blended learning study mode and is ideal for students interested either in a career in the accounting profession or who wish to develop the expertise to analyse business activities from a financial perspective.

Why Study Accounting and Finance at Griffith College?

This Accounting and Finance degree reflects the multiple requirements of today’s business and finance world, preparing you for a career in accounting, banking, stockbroking, currency trading, management, insurance or positions in the financial sector. Whether you want to change career or are studying accounting and finance, or are a school leaver, the BA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance (Blended) is for you.

  • If you are interested in the application of numerical techniques and the interpretation and communication of financial information, this course is ideal.
  • Once completed, students will have the necessary skills to pursue a dynamic rewarding career in accounting and/or finance.
  • You can qualify for 9 ACCA exemptions, ACA CAP 1 exemptions and a number of CPA exemptions
  • You will receive lecturing from vastly experienced professionals from a wide range of industries.

Course Highlights

  • Suit your work / life balance, study in your own time at your own pace.
  • Dedicated e-learning tutor support and lecturer contact to ensure all your questions are answered.
  • Substantial exemptions from the Professional Accountancy Bodies available.
  • Option to switch to the part-time or blended BA (Hons) in Business Studies after Year 1. 

What can Blended Learning Students Expect?

Students can now fit their study around a busy schedule with the blended delivery mode. We have brought the classroom to you.

  • Blended learning consists of weekly video lectures, monthly live webinars and one Saturday class per month.
  • Students are recommended to commit at least 10 hours per week to ensure they receive the same experience as students attending other study modes. 
  • Exams are held in person in January and May each year with the full-time and part-time students.
  • Take part in our Access programme if you cannot commit to the required time per week. Take as few modules as you need to fit your schedule. Achieve your degree over a flexible duration.

Intake Dates

We run 2 intakes for this course commencing in Spring and Autumn.

  • February 2020*
  • September 2020

*subject to sufficient numbers

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