Developed by academics at LSE, this diploma provides a strong grounding in the principles of accounting and helps you develop critical skills for a wide range of real world professional situations.
- A strong emphasis on social science theory and practice.
- Knowledge and understanding of a range of issues in international management and economics.
A degree which will be valued by employers who are looking for people who can demonstrate logical and quantitative reasoning.
It is designed for graduates looking for either a standalone qualification in accounting or a foundation for postgraduate study in accountancy or related fields.
Graduate Diplomas will help you to question and analyse information, develop arguments, and boost your analytical and communication skills – all of which is valued by a broad range of employers.
Studying this course you will be able to:
- communicate knowledge and understanding of several of the major contexts within which accounting operates
- critically evaluate, current and major alternative technical languages and practices of accounting, together with appropriate ability to apply them
- record and summarise financial data and prepare financial statements
- manipulate financial and other numerical data and appropriate understanding of and ability to apply mathematical and statistical concepts
- communicate and apply knowledge and understanding of the principles of business information systems management at an appropriate level
- analyse business activities and perform financial analyses and projections in appropriate contexts of planning, decision making and control at an appropriate level
|Study Mode: Full-Time / Part-Time||Duration: 1 year (Full-Time) / Up to 5 years (Part-Time)|
|Delivery Mode: Classroom||Teacher Student Ratio: Approx. between 1:10 to 1:20|
|Awarding Body: University of London (UOL)|