BSc. Accounting and finance

The BSc Accounting and Finance degree was introduced at Universal College Lahore in 1998. This programme aims to provide a thorough grounding in Accounting and Finance, within a strong social science framework. The courses are designed to ensure the development of necessary critical skills to enable students to undertake a variety of occupations where an understanding of Accounting and Finance will be useful. The London School of Economics and Political Science is working with professional accountancy bodies such as the ACCA, CIMA and ICEAW so that students wishing to gain professional accountancy qualifications after this degree can get exemptions for some of the course covered.

Units offered for Accounting and Finance

A student has to study Twelve units in three years, of which, seven are compulsory units

Compulsory units:

  • Introduction to Economics
  • Maths 1
  • Stats 1
  • Principles of banking and finance
  • Principles of accounting

Compulsory intermediate units:

  • Principles of accounting
  • Macroeconomics
  • Accounting: Markets & organizations
  • Audit & assurance
  • Financial management

Eight Further units From:

  • Macroeconomics
  • Corporate finance
  • Elements of econometrics
  • Business and management
  • Maths 2
  • Stats 2
  • Management and innovation of E-business

Eligibility:

To be eligible for the BSc degrees, an applicant must:

Be at least 17 years of age
have GCSE/GCE ‘O’ level in Mathematics and English Language with at least grade C and 3 further subjects at ‘O’ level
AND
have two subjects at GCE ‘A’ Level

OR

3 subjects at GCE ‘A’ level and ‘O’ level in Mathematics and English Language with at least grade C

OR

BA/BSc/BCom from any recognised university of Pakistan

OR

FA/FSc/High School Diploma

Students who do not meet the entrance requirements can register via the following entry routes to all degree programmes offered at UCL:

International Foundation Programme

OR

CertHe Social Sciences

Students with Intermediate qualifications can apply to the degree via the CertHE Social Sciences route. They need to have 50% marks in ALL their Intermediate subjects. The CertHE is essentially the first year of the degree programme and students study the same subjects, sit in the same classes and appear for the same exams as the BSc First year students. After passing their exams, CertHE students progress to the second year of the BSc degree just like BSc students.

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