A Bachelor of Commerce (Honors) in International Finance integrated with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) course is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of international finance and accounting practices. This integrated program combines the academic curriculum of a B.Com (Hons) degree with the professional qualifications offered by ACCA.
Some of the key topics covered in a B.Com (Hons) in International Finance integrated with ACCA course:
● Foundation Courses: These courses provide a solid foundation in business and finance principles. They cover subjects such as accounting, economics, business mathematics, business communication, and statistics.
● Core Business Courses: These courses study various aspects of business and finance, including financial management, international finance, investment analysis, risk management, financial markets, and corporate finance.
● International Finance: It covers topics like foreign exchange markets, international trade and payments, international financial institutions, and managing multinational corporations.
● Financial Accounting: Topics such as accounting standards, preparation of financial statements, accounting for mergers and acquisitions, and international accounting practices are explored in this.
● Management Accounting: This area of study focuses on providing financial information for decision-making within organizations. Students learn about cost accounting, budgeting, performance evaluation, and strategic management accounting.
● Taxation: Students gain knowledge about various tax laws and regulations, both domestic and international, tax planning, tax compliance, and the impact of taxation on business decisions.
● Auditing and Assurance: This subject covers the principles and practices of auditing. Students learn about auditing standards, internal control systems, audit procedures, and professional ethics.
● Law and Ethics: Courses in business law and ethics provide students with an understanding of legal frameworks, contract law, company law, and ethical considerations in business and finance.