The MSc in Accounting and Finance is especially useful for those graduates with work experience in accounting looking to gain essential practical skills in finance - and, of course, vice versa. Although the compulsory core courses ensure a good balance between both accounting and finance study, the option courses give students the opportunity to specialise - tailoring their studies towards their chosen career.
Advanced International Financial Reporting; Advanced Management Accounting; Foundations of Finance Theory; Statistics For Finance.
Research in Corporate Finance; Current Issues in Accounting.
Plus two from: Behavioural Finance; Corporate Governance; Credit Risk Management; Equity Valuation; Financial Engineering; Fixed Income; Governing Decision-Making Through Data Visualisations; Investment Management; Mergers and Acquisitions; Quantitative Research Methods in Finance.
A UK first-class or 2:1 honours degree in accounting, finance or a related discipline is normally required.
Degrees in quantitative disciplines (e.g. economics or mathematics) or business studies will be considered if you can demonstrate a strong background in accounting and finance throughout your degree.
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences