B.Sc. Accounting


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Course Outline
Accounting provides the practical skills required to pursue a career in banking, auditing and finance in both the corporate and non-corporate spheres. It considers the role of financial markets and institutions and covers key themes such as corporate governance and accountability. Including also how regulations and legislation influence accounting disclosures and their impact upon stakeholders and viability of a firm’s value proposition, Taxation and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and ways to improve a company‘s financial performance.
A degree programme in Accounting will aim to:(i) Provide the knowledge and skills needed for the understanding and analysis of problems relating to accounting in the management of industrial, commercial, public and other human organisations;(ii) Develop the knowledge and skills of decision making; especially the analytical skills needed for recognising, defining and solving problems;(iii) Provide leadership and interpersonal relations skills in accounting/management.(iv) Meet the majority of the requirements to become a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria.
Admission Requirements
AdmissionAdmission into the programme will be either through UTME or Direct Entry.
UTME:Candidates for admission into the four – year degree in Accounting shouldpossess a Senior Secondary School Certificate, General Certificate of Education,  NECO or their equivalents with at least five credit passes including Mathematics, English Language and Geography, at not more than two sittings. In addition, candidates must have acceptable passes in UTME.
Direct Entry:Candidates for Direct Entry admission shall possess five credits in GCE,SSCE, NECO, or their equivalents, of which at least two shall be at Advanced Level, provided that such passes are not counted at both levels of the examination. For emphasis, credit passes in English Language, Mathematics and Economics or Accounting are required.

 

Course Structure

Course Structure at 100 Level Accounting

 

 

Course Code Course Title Unit Status L/H P/H
Acc 111/121 Introduction to Accounting & Financial Reporting I &II 6 C 60 30
Eco 111 Introduction to Economics I 3 C 45
Eco 121 Introduction to Economics  II 3 C 45
BUS 111 / 121 Introduction to Business I &II 4 C 60
ACC 112 Element of Government 2 R 30
ACC 113 Introduction to computer 2 R 15 15
ACC 114 Business Mathematics  I 2 R 30
ACC 124 Business Mathematics   II 2 R 30
GST 223 Introduction to Entrepreneurship 3 C 30 15
GST 111 Communication in English I 2 C 30
GST 122 Communication in English II 2 C 30
GST 121 Use of Library, Study skill & ICT 2 C 30
GST 211 History & Philosophy of Science 2 C 30
GST 113 Nigerian Peoples and Culture 2 R 30
GST 123 Communication in French 2 E 30
GST 112 Logic, Philosophy and Human Existence 2 R 30
GST 124 Communication in Arabic 2 E 30
GST 125 Contemporary Health Issues 2 E 30
Total 45

 

Elective Course: Minimum of 6 Units are required.
KEY:
C = Compulsory LH= Lecture Hour
R = Required PH = Practical Hour

Course Structure at 200 Level Accounting

Course Code Course title Units Status LH PH
ACC 211/221 Financial Accounting& Reporting I& II 6 C 60 30
Eco 211 Economic Theory (Micro & Macro) 4 C 60
ACC 212 Cost Accounting 3 C 45
BUS 211 Elements of Management 2 C 30
ACC 213 Corporate Finance 3 C 45
BUS 212 Business Communication 2 C 30
BUS 213 Statistics 3 C 45
ACC 214 Accounting Laboratory & Accounting Application Software 3 C 15 30
ACC 225 Corporate Governance & Accounting Ethics 2 C 30
BUS 214 Production Management 3 R 45
Ent 211 Foundation Course in

Entrepreneur

2 C 15 15
GST 211 Environmental & Sustainable Development 2 R 30
GST 222 Peace & Conflict Resolution 2 R 30
GST 224 Leadership Skills 2 R 30
Total             39

 

Course Structure at 300 Level Accounting

Course Code Course title Units Status LH PH
ACC

311/321

Intermediate Financial Accounting & Reporting I & II 6 C 60 30
ACC

313/323

Management Accounting I & II 4 C 60
ACC 314 Taxation I 3 C 30 15
ACC 315 Auditing I 3 C 30 15
ACC

316/326

Business/Company Law 6 C 90
ACC 317 Public Finance 2 C 30
ACC

319/329

Forensic Accounting and fraud Management  I & II 3 C 30 15
ACC 325 Research Methodology 3 C 45
GST 311 Entrepreneurship Studies 3 C 30 15
ACC 324 Corporate (Management) Information System 3 C 30 15
ACC 327 Public Sector Accounting I 3 C 45
ACC 399 Accounting SIWES 3 R 45
Total        42

 

KEY:
C = Compulsory LH= Lecture Hour
R = Required PH = Practical Hour

Course Structure at 400 Level Accounting

Course Code Course title Units Status LH PH
ACC 411 Advanced financial Accounting & Reporting 3 C 45
ACC 412 Public Sector Accounting & Reporting II 3 C 45
ACC 413 Taxation II 3 C 30 15
ACC 414 Auditing,  Assurance & Investigation 3 C 30 15
ACC

415/425

International Accounting I & II 6 C 90
ACC 416 Financial Management 4 C 45 15
ACC 423 Executorships, Bankruptcy, & liquidation 3 C 45
BUS 411 Business Policy & Strategy 3 R 45
BUS 421 Business Decision Analysis 3 R 45
ACC 422 Accounting Theory 3 C 45
ACC 424 Research Projects 6 C 90
Total 39

 

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