Bachelor of Accounting (Hons.)

This programme provides a wide spectrum of knowledge and skills required for a career in the accountancy and finance profession. The curriculum covers key areas such as financial accounting & reporting, management accounting & control, accounting information systems, audit & assurance, public sector accounting, taxation, corporate governance, and professional values & ethics.

Bachelor of Accounting (Hons.) (N/344/6/0190)

Career Prospects:
Career prospects for graduates of Bachelor of Accounting (Hons.) are wide and varied. Graduates can serve in the areas of accounting, finance and other related field in the commerce and industry, public practice, public sector and statutory organizations.

It is designed to:

  1. Produce responsible and competent graduates who possess strong professional ethical values and positive attitude expected of professionally qualified accountants.
  2. Produce graduates with the requisite knowledge, practical skills and attributes to pursue a career in the accountancy and finance profession.
  3. Equip graduates with managerial and entrepreneurial skills that will prepare them for both employment and self-employment.
  4. Provide students with an educational experience that motivates them to pursue higher level of study and lifelong learning.

Principles of Accounting
Quantitative Studies
Principles of Management
IT Fundamentals and Applications
Financial Accounting
Management Accounting
Principles of Finance
Principles of Human Resource Management
Accounting Information Systems
Decision Management
Financial Accounting Framework
Business Law
Fundamentals of Auditing
Advanced Financial Accounting
Operations Management
Financial Management
Corporate Law

Elective I
Elective II
Performance Management
Advanced Taxation
Advanced Accounting Practice
Enterprise Resource Planning
Practical Training
Corporate Reporting & Current Issues
Financial Strategy
Business Analysis & Strategy
Corporate Governance & Ethics
Risk Management
Public Sector Accounting
Accounting Theory & Practice
Financial Decision Making
Elective III
Elective IV


Compulsory Courses:
English Language, English for Communication, English for Management, Tamadun Islam dan Asia, Critical Thinking, Hubungan Etnik, Contemporary Malaysian Issues, Bahasa Kebangsaan A, Co-curricular.

Exemptions awarded by professional bodies:

  • The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
  • The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA)
  • The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW)
  • CPA Australia

Graduates of Bachelor of Accounting (Hons.) are able to advance to postgraduate studies in the relevant field.

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