Accounting and Finance (DAF)
The Diploma of Accounting and Finance programme provides practical training that prepares students for a career in Accounting and Finance. In this programme, students will learn about working in the financial services industry as an accounting or finance professional or as an entrepreneur.
The programme is designed for students with little or no previous knowledge of accounting and finance but wish to develop career in these fields. The course is an ideal introductory course and will provide students with the skills necessary to progress within numerous accounting support roles in organizations or to pursue a professional accounting and academic qualification.
Benefit of the Program
- Help graduates to maintain accurate records, prepare timely financial reports, invest wisely and manage risk.
- To facilitate decision making especially in accounting areas
- Enhance the entrepreneurial abilities in students to be able to create jobs in the fast growing financial services sector, which in the long run can reduce unemployment.
This diploma program is designed to cater for all those who meet the admission requirements and include:
- Holders UACE [A Level] in Science and arts subjects
- Holders of UCE [O Level] with relevant certificate to improve on their careers
- In-service business professionals officers with relevant Certificate qualifications
Minimum Entry Requirement
UACE with at least one principal pass in Economics or Math with 2 subsidiary passes & 5 passes at O’ Level
UCE / O’level with at least three credits and a certificate from a recognised institution
Program Structure for Diploma in Accounting and Finance (DAF)
|Year One Semester One|
|1||Financial Accounting I|
|2||Principles of ICT|
|5||Computer Applications I|
|6||Accounting and Finance Project I|
|Year One Semester Two|
|1.||Financial Accounting II|
|5.||Principles of Management|
|6.||Computer Applications II|
|Year Two Semester One|
|1||Financial Accounting III|
|2||Money and Banking|
|Year Two Semester Two|
|2||Principles of Auditing|
|3||Public Sector Accounting|