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B.Sc. Accounting (Special)

LEVEL ONE

Semester 1

Semester 2

Course Code

Course Title

Course Code

Course Title

MGMT 1001

SOCI  1002

Intro to Management* OR

Intro to Sociology I

ECON 1002

Intro to Macroeconomics

ECON 1001 Intro to Microeconomics

ECON 1003

Mathematics for Economics I*

ECON 1005 Intro to Statistics

ACCT 1003

Intro to Cost & Management Accounting

ACCT 1002 Intro to Financial Accounting*

FOUN 1101

Caribbean Civilisation

FOUN 1001 English for Academic Purposes#

FOUN 1210

Science, Medicine & Technology in Society

*Offered in both Semesters I & II.

#Students with a Grade I/II in CAPE Communication Studies must do FOUN 1106 - Academic English for Research Purposes in Semester I instead of FOUN 1001 – English for Academic Purposes.

LEVEL TWO

Semester 1

Semester 2

Course Code

Course Title

Course Code

Course Title

MGMT 2012

Quantitative Methods

MKTG 2001

Principles of Marketing*

MGMT 2006

Management Information Systems I*

ACCT 2015

Financial Accounting II

MGMT 2008

Organizational Behaviour*

MGMT 2023

Financial Management I*

ACCT 2014

Financial Accounting I

MGMT 2021

Business Law

ACCT 2021

Cost and Managerial Accounting

ELECTIVE

 

*Offered in both Semesters I & II.

LEVEL THREE

Semester 1

Semester 2

Course Code

Course Title

Course Code

Course Title

MGMT 3035

Ethics in Business*

MGMT 3031

Business Strategy and Policy*

ACCT 3041

Advanced Financial Accounting

MGMT 3032

Entrepreneurial Studies*

ACCT 3043

Auditing I

ACCT 3039

Management Accounting II

ELECTIVE

 

ELECTIVE

 

ELECTIVE

 

ELECTIVE

 

*Offered in both Semesters I & II.

NOTE

For students wishing to pursue professional accreditation such as ACCA & CPA, the recommended electives are:

  • MGMT 2032 – Managerial Economics
  • MGMT 3011 – Management Information Systems II
  • MGMT 3048 – Financial Management II
  • MGMT 3051 – Taxation I

Recommended Elective for persons wishing to pursue a career in teaching:

  • ACCT 3040 – Accounting Theory

NB:

RULES GOVERNING ECON 1003 – Intro to Mathematics for Economic I:

  • Students admitted into the Faculty of Social Sciences who possess a Pass GCE Additional Mathematics , GCE Advanced Level Mathematics or CAPE Mathematics (Units 1 and 2) can be exempted from reading ECON 1003. Such students will be required to read another 3-credit Level I course from any discipline on the Campus to complete their Level I credit requirements.
  • Students admitted into the Faculty who do not possess a Pass at GCE Additional Mathematics, GCE Advanced Level Mathematics, CAPE Mathematics Pure/Applied (Units 1 and 2) or AS mathematics will be required to write a Mathematics Proficiency Test (MPT) on the Friday of the second week of Semester I.
  • Students who are successful in the MPT will be allowed to read ECON1003 in Semester II.
  • Students who are not successful in the MPT will be required to read and pass ECON 0001 – Remedial Mathematics

Before you choose your courses, verify that a Course is being offered: Some of the courses listed may not be offered in a given academic year.

To view the undergraduate courses offered by the Department of Management Studies, please refer to the Faculty of Social Sciences' Undergraduate Handbook

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