International Curriculum

Career Opportunities

Experienced Faculty

High Employability


  • To provide a comprehensive theoretical and technical foundation in accounting, auditing and allied subject groups as practiced today
  • To produce graduates with the skills and confidence required to undertake entry level accounting positions and enter the job market and conduct their work with minimal supervision and training
  • To provide opportunities for students to develop academically, and where appropriate, prepare them for further study and for a range of careers

Year 1:

Code Semester I Code Semester II
ACC1101 Introductory Financial Accounting ACC1103 Financial Markets & Institutions
QM1100 Quantitative Methods for Accountants ACC1104 Introductory Management Accounting
ECO1102 Money & Macro Economics ACC1105 Audit and Assurance I
MGT1101 Principles of Management ACC1106 Accounting Information Systems I

Year 2:

Code Semester I Code Semester II
ACC2107 International Financial Accounting & Reporting ACC2109 Business and Professional Ethics
ACC2108 Management Accounting & Control ACC2110 Financial Statement Analysis I
LW2201 Business and Commercial Law ACC2111 Accounting Information Systems II
FIN2101 Corporate Finance Optional

Optional Subjects Year 2:

Code Semester II
ACC2112 Audit and Assurance II
MGT2102 Management and Organisation

Year 3 (in Bahrain):

Code Semester I Code Semester II
ABB3103 Financial Accounting ABB3105 Advanced Corporate Finance
ABB3104 Financial Statement Analysis II ABB3106 Advanced Accounting Theory and Practice
ABB3101 Taxation ABB3107 Advanced Audit
ABB3102 Company Law for Business    


Choosing your degree in Accounting & Finance is the first step to your successful career path. Accounting is a field that will always be in demand and it is a field that you can continue to grow and move up inside your company. Accounting potential career pathways are as follows:

Careers in Accounting

  • Accountant
  • Bookkeeping
  • Budget Analyst
  • Internal/External Auditor
  • Comptroller/Controller
  • Payroll Clerk
  • Tax Accountant

Students graduating with this degree can progress to ACCA or CPA and become a Certified Accountant.


This programme is designed to offer a comprehensive scheme of academic study, which advances students’ ability to apply a range of banking and finance skills to practical situations. The programme modules are designed on the basis of the latest requirements of Accounting and Finance, familiar by the work of professional accountancy bodies including the AAT, ACCA and CIMA. The main subject groupings are Financial and Managerial Accounting, Finance and Economics, Audit and Professional Ethics, and Accounting Information Systems and Business Law. In these subject offerings, there is a natural progression from Year I to Year II. Year I provides an essential introduction to the subject grouping and equips students with the preliminary practical and intellectual skills necessary for progression to Year II, which progressively builds on to what has been introduced earlier.