|3-year to 3-year & 1 semester honours programme|
|January , March , May , August , October|
Accounting is concerned with the measurement, reporting and evaluation of information, including computerised information, which assists in the management of resources in business entities and government organisations.
This programme prepares students to become professional accountants. It covers theoretical and conceptual accounting matters combined with the basic accounting skills needed to make graduates employable.
The curriculum has been designed to satisfy the requirements of professional accounting bodies like CPA Australia, ACCA, ICAEW, MICPA, CIMA, MIA and many others where full exemptions can be obtained. At the same time, the curriculum provides a student with a broad-based education, thus enabling success in the highly competitive work environment.
Furthermore, top accounting professionals from the Big 4 accounting firms are invited to participate in teaching as adjunct staff. They will bring real-world perspectives into the classroom setting.
3-year to 3-year & 1 semester honours programme
32 subjects including a graduation project and internship (compulsory)
14 weeks for full semester; 7 weeks for half semester
Seminars covering the following areas will be conducted and all students are required to attend. Although these seminars do not count as credits towards graduation, all HELP graduates must be trained in the following essential skills: