Academic Programmes Accounting
The course is aimed at creating accounting professionals. Students are taught to understand financial transactions and to prepare accounting records for internal and external reporting purposes, identify accounting issues, communicate in an effective, ethical and professional manner, provide administrative support to management, utilise ICT in managing information as well as exploring their entrepreneurial skills. Emphasis is placed on accounting best practices and financial management, whereby students will acquire the necessary skills in accounting.
The course is made up of comprehensive modules which provide a solid understanding of the core concepts in Accounting, together with the related and relevant practices, methodologies and theories. Students would be equipped with the technical expertise in accounting disciplines including the transferrable evaluative and analytical skills. Students are taught effective communication skills and the basic knowledge in the business environment.
A special feature at CIC is that students will also be taught entrepreneurial skills essential for setting up their own business.
They will be guided on financial, managerial, innovative and technological competencies required for the success of new business ventures. As such, students will be encouraged to undertake an entrepreneurial project of their own with the lecturers’ professional supervision.
There is growing opportunities for students pursuing a course in Accounting. The demand for accounting professionals in this area of study has always been high. Some of the career opportunities available to Accounting graduates are: