- Course CodeCR_BACCE_8
- Field of StudyAccounting
- Type of CourseHonours Degree
- Type of QualificationBachelor of Business (Honours)
- Type of Study Part time
- Application Closing Date10th September 2018
- LocationCIT Bishopstown Campus
The overall aim of the programme is to produce graduates with the specialist education and training necessary to enable them to gain employment in an Accounting/Financial capacity in any business sector.
Stage One is delivered 3 nights per week from 6pm – 10pm for two semesters.
StageTwo is delivered over two semesters and two summers. Each semester in StageTwo involves 2 nights per week 6pm – 10pm. Each summer requires one night per week plus two Saturdays over a ten week period.
The programme will be delivered over 4 semesters and 2 summers commencing in September 2019 and finishing in August 2021.
ACCS is an acronym for “Accumulation of Credits and Certification of Subjects”. This scheme allows students (for specified courses) – instead of studying an entire course – to study one or more modules of that course. Modules passed, are certified individually, and can be accumulated, leading to an award of Higher Certificate, Degree or Honours Degree.
Bachelor of Business in Accounting (Honours) (Level 8 on the National Framework of Qualifications)
Graduates with a Bachelor of Business in Accounting (Honours), with a H2.2 award or higher, may apply for CIT’s Taught Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Strategy.
Graduates may also use their Exemptions to progress to the Professional Accountancy Bodies.
The principal areas of study are:
€215 per 5 credit module (inc. exam fee)
This is two year programme.
A Higher Certificate in Business with sufficient credits in Financial Accounting, Economics, management Accounting, Business Law and Business Mathematics & Statistics.
Graduates of Accounting Technicians Ireland will require bridging studies in the areas of Economics, Marketing, Maths and Business.