Bachelor of Accounting (Hons.)

Faculty of Management (FOM)

(R/344/6/0207) 06/19 (A10454)

Accounting is the language of business, and accountants help business leaders make smart financial decisions. The Bachelor of Accounting is a four-year programme that is recognised by the Malaysian Institute of Accountants. It provides students with the knowledge and skills required to become professional accountants.

The faculties provide students with exceptional understanding of accounting with adequate fundamentals and clear exposure on every subject. Accounting is the language of business, and accountants help business leaders make smart financial decisions.

MMU has signed MoUs where students may sit for professional exams (ACCA, ICAEW, MICPA, CIMA & CPA Australia) before graduation as well as enjoy fee waivers up to RM5,400. Furthermore we have tuition arrangements for ACCA, CPA Australia and ICAEW with external parties.

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  • Entry Requirements
    • • Pass Foundation/Matriculation studies from a recognised institution with a minimum CGPA of 2.50, and a Credit in Mathematics and a Pass in English at SPM Level or its equivalent; OR
    • • Pass STPM or its equivalent with a minimum Grade C+ (GP 2.33) in 2 subjects AND a Credit in Mathematics and a Pass in English at SPM Level or its equivalent; OR
    • • Pass A-Level with a minimum of Grade D in 2 subjects AND a Credit in Mathematics and a Pass in English at SPM Level or its equivalent; OR
    • • Pass STAM with a minimum Grade Jayyid (Good) in 2 subjects AND a Credit in Mathematic and a Pass in English at SPM Level or its equivalent; OR
    • • Pass UEC with a minimum of Grade B in at least five (5) subjects inclusive of Mathematics and English; OR
    • • Pass Diploma in related field from a recognised institution with a minimum CGPA of 2.50, a Credit in Mathematics AND a Pass in English at SPM Level or its equivalent; AND
    • • A minimum score of band 2 in MUET*
    • *Candidates not meeting this requirement may be subjected to an internal review process.
  • Programme Structure
    • Core
      • Year 1
        • English for Business Studies
          Quantitative Analysis
          Microeconomics
          Fundamental to Financial Accounting
          Management
          Introduction to Cyberpreneurship
          English for Business Communication
          Management Accounting I
          Financial Accounting & Reporting I
          Principles of Finance
          Macroeconomics
          Principles of Marketing
      • Year 2
        • Financial Accounting and Reporting II
          Accounting Information System I
          Taxation I
          Auditing
          Management Accounting II
          Corporate Finance
          Organisational Behavior
          Business Law
          Company Law and Secretarial Practice
          Accounting Information Special
          Elective 1
      • Year 3
        • Professional Ethics
          Corporate Accounting I
          Accounting Theory
          Securities Investment and Portfolio Management
          Public Sector Accounting
          Corporate Accounting II
          Taxation II
          Advanced Management Accounting
          Strategy
          Elective 2
          Elective 3
          Elective 4
      • Year 4
        • Advanced Taxation
          Advanced Auditing
          Practical Training
          Integrated Case Study in Accounting
          Advanced Accounting Information Systems
          Management Decision Science Strategy
    • Elective Modules
      • Elective subjects (12 Credit Hours) may be taken from any elective subjects offered in B.Acc. (Hons.) or any major subjects offered by the other programmes in the Faculty. The subjects are offered based on the availability of teaching expertise and at the faculty’s discretion:
      • Year 1
        Financial Statement Analysis
        Knowledge Economy
        E-Commerce
        Technology Management
      • Year 2
        Human Resource Management
        Internal Auditing
        International Accounting
        Forensic Accounting
      • Year 3
        Management Consultancy
        E-Auditing
        Production and Operation Management
      • Year 4
        Enterprise Resource Planning
    • University Subjects
      • Year 1
        U1 – Hubungan Etnik OR Pengajian Malaysia 3
        Islamic Institutions in Malaysia, or Introduction to Multicultural
      • Year 2
        Institutions in Malaysia
  • Professional Qualification Exemptions
    • ACCA

      Exemptions:
      9 of 15

      Papers to take:
      P1 Governance, Risk and Ethics
      P2 Corporate Reporting
      P3 Business Analysis
      And TWO optional papers

      MoU Benefits:
      Can sit for papers before graduation
      Fee waivers worth £273 (RM1,500)


      ICAEW

      Exemptions:
      8 of 15

      Papers to take:
      Business Planning
      Audit and Assurance
      Financial Accounting and Reporting
      Tax Compliance
      Case Study
      Corporate Reporting
      Strategic Business Management

      MoU Benefits:
      Can sit for papers before graduation
      Fee waivers worth £620 (RM5,400)


      CIMA

      Exemptions:
      9 of 13

      Papers to take:
      E2 Project and Relationship Management
      E3 Strategic Management
      P3 Risk Management
      F3 Financial Strategy


      MICPA

      Exemptions:
      Direct entry to Advanced Stage

      Papers to take:
      Audit & Assurance
      Financial Accounting & Reporting
      Management Accounting & Applied Finance
      Taxation
      Capstone

      MoU Benefits:
      Can sit for papers before graduation if accepted by a sponsoring employer


      CPA Australia

      Exemptions:
      Direct entry to CPA Program

      Papers to take:
      Ethics and Governance
      Financial Reporting
      Strategic Management Accounting
      Global Strategy & Leadership
      TWO Electives

      MoU Benefits:
      Can sit for papers before graduation

  • Career Prospects
    • Professional accountants that may specialise in taxation, forensic accounting and investigation, auditing, management accounting, financial accounting, government accounting, and accounting information systems.