美国研究生Accounting,Financial Reporting and Regulation
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Accounting and Finance专业
You must successfully complete the equivalent of four full-unit courses to meet the requirements of the MSc Accounting and Finance programme. Results from each of the full-unit courses carry proportionate and equal weight in the final assessment of the degree. Compulsory core courses in accounting and finance provide the foundation for developing an understanding of a variety of topics, themes and core principles. You can then select from a combination of optional full and half unit courses in specific areas of accounting and finance to fit your interests and preferred specialisation. Options from outside the two Departments are also available.
(* denotes a half unit course)
Corporate Finance and Asset Markets
Examines the fundamental concepts and tools underlying modern finance, both in the asset markets and the corporate finance side
Asset Markets A*
Equips students with the fundamental concepts and tools underlying the assets markets side of modern finance
Corporate Finance A*
Covers a range of topics in corporate finance including capital budgeting techniques, capital structure decisions, dividend policy, decision to go public and mergers and acquisitions.
Another approved course
Courses to the value of two units from a range of options
A specified combination of the following courses, equalling one unit in total:
Topics in Financial Reporting*
Enhances the student's ability to relate economic events to financial statements and disclosures.
Corporate Financial Disclosure and Investor Relations*
Examines the lens of financial accounting and reporting by covering topics on the interaction of financial accounting and reporting with capital markets with a focus on corporate disclosure and communication strategies.
Accounting, Strategy and Control*
Provides an advanced overview of current theoretical and practical developments in the area of organisational control.
Management Accounting for Decision Making*
Focuses on cost and other accounting and non-accounting information systems that aid managerial decision-making.