This programme provides a solid grounding in management theory and practice, while giving you the opportunity to specialise in the area of accounting. The programme covers key aspects of accounting and its use in modern business, from managerial and international accounting, to accounting for corporate accountability.
The Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Management with Accounting programme can be completed in a minimum of 18 months (Level 2 & 3) in Singapore.
Term 1 (3 Modules)
Marketing Strategy in context
Human resource Management
Term 2 (3 Modules)
Term 3 (2 Modules)
Term 4 (2 Modules)
Integrating Management: Business in Context
Integrating Management: Leadership and Innovation
Term 5 (3 Modules)
International Financial Accounting
Accounting for Corporate Accountability
Strategic Management Accounting
Term 6 (3 Modules)
Asia Pacific Business
Honours in the degree will be awarded based on the total marks of all programmes in accordance with the university course regulations.
•Polytechnic Diploma holders
•Global Diploma from Kaplan Higher Education Institution or Kaplan Higher Education Academy
•Private diploma holders (subject to university’s approval)
Additional Entry Requirements:
•Applicants admitted to the programme may be required to undertake additional Kaplan Diploma modules to fulfill the required prerequisite knowledge. The final decision rests with the university.
Each academic session is a 12-week period covering the required programme of study, with a total of 21 contact hours. It comprises seminars conducted by local lecturers and visiting lecturers from Royal Holloway, University of London.
Classes are scheduled in a minimum of 3 to 5 times a week with at least 3 hours of class time per session. There will be no weekend classes
Assessment methods vary in accordance with the aims and outcomes of a specific topic or programme, but frequently involve a combination of in-programme assessment and formal end of academic session written examinations. In addition group and individual projects, in-programme tests, group and individual presentations, reports, quantitative analysis and essays are all used at some point during the programmes. For all assessments except in-programme tests, students receive detailed feedback from the examiner in a standardised format.
The tuition fee covers university registration, study guides, intensive seminars and workshops, assignments, examination (if applicable), projects, degree (if earned) and transcript.