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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE ACCOUNTING

Aim of Program

The BSc in Accounting Programme aims at providing students with the knowledge, understanding and skills relating to accounting practices and theory. Students will acquire deeper understanding of key accounting issues to make them professionally competent to tackle complex business decisions.
The Accounting programme will produce Accounting graduates with core competences in the various professional areas within the accounting field, who are adequately prepared to discharge their duties professionally, with high level of integrity and diligence. Graduates will also be well placed to pursue further professional accounting courses run by reputable national and global accountancy bodies such as the Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICA), Ghana, the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA UK) and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA, UK).

Objective of Program

Help students discover how to bring their bold ideas to fruition, while deepening their analytical thinking and sharpening their problem-solving;



"At GhanaCU, you have the freedom to explore your intellectual curiosity in a collaborative community of peers and faculty".

Details

For the core area of accounting, students will be expected to understand how to apply accounting principles and practices for the benefit of stakeholders and employers, and also to devise pro-poor economic concepts, gender inequality, and micro-financing pertaining currently in developing economies particularly Africa.


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Where to find Us

Ghana Christian University College
Amanhia, Adenta-Accra. GHN
GD 000 0000

Email Us At

admissions@ghanacu.edu.gh
info@@ghanacu.edu.gh

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Phone: (+63) 555 1212
Mobile: (+63) 555 0100
Fax: (+63) 555 0101