Bachelor of Commerce Honours in Management

This program aims to develop in graduates the skills and competencies that are expected of a practising professional Management Accountant. These include the development, analysis and implementation of business strategy, including risk and control strategy, the preparation of company financial statements, advising clients on the tax implications of their businesses, and preparing monthly management accounts for decision-making purposes. In doing so they are expected to demonstrate proficiency in relevant technologies. In addition, the programme aims to develop graduates capable of carrying out assignments in accordance with the ethical values of the profession, and that display a wide ranging professional and personnel skills. These include leadership, change management, problem-solving, decision making, communication and management skills. The program has been designed to align with the requirements of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA). Specifically it is designed to cover the competencies identified in the institutes Management and Strategic level, across the core areas of Finance and Financial Reporting, Management Accounting and Business Strategy. As such the degree is designed to prepare students for a career as a professional management accountant.
1 year
  • B Com Accounting or equivalent
  • Management Accounting and Finance 3 and Financial Accounting 3
  • Management Accountant
  • Financial Accountant
  • Financial manager
  • Internal Auditor
  • Controller
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  • Performance and Decision Management
  • Financial Strategy A
  • Applied Business Management
  • Annual
  • Research Project
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  • Risk and Control Strategy
  • Financial Strategy B
  • Business Strategy
  • Research Project