Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting

Department of Management and Accounting

Faculty of Administration

Programme Category
Programme Objectives

The fundamental objective of the programme is to develop the candidates’ intellectual capabilities by imparting theoretical knowledge that will encourage self-reliance in the nation to enable the individuals to understand, exploit and change his environment.

The specific objectives of the programme include the following:

  • The provision of basic knowledge needed for an understanding and analysis of problems of financial management of industrial, commercial, public and other human organizations.
  • The equipment of students of accounting and financial management with the skills needed for recognizing, defining problems and taking appropriate decisions, using scientific techniques and tools.
  • The inculcation in students of awareness of key environmental factors and their impact on managerial/administrative practice and decisions.
  • The development of leadership and interpersonal relation skills which are needed for working in organizations.
Admission Requirements and Duration

O’Level Admission (Five Years)

Applicants for admission into the programme should possess the Senior Secondary School Certificate (NECO/WAEC) or General Certificate of Education at Ordinary Level with credits in five subjects including English language, Mathematics, Economics and any other two from the following: Government, Financial Accounting and Geography at not more than two sittings.

Direct Entry to Part II (Four Years)

Direct Entry applicants should possess five credit passes in the GCE (or equivalent) examination at least two of which shall be at the Advanced Level provided that subjects are not counted at both levels of the examination (credit passes at Ordinary level must include English Language, Economics and Mathematics). The Advanced Level passes shall include Economics or Accounting, OND at Upper Credit Level in Accounting, or Banking and Finance, ATS-ICAN final stage certificate, final stage of Association of Nigerian Accountants (ANAN), final stage of Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers (CIS), final stage of the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN).

Direct Entry to Part III (Three Years)

HND in Accounting or Business Administration, Final Stage of ICAN certificate (ACA) and ACCA or CFA, ACIB, ANAN (Plus HND or B.Sc. in any discipline) and HND in Banking and Finance. Five credit passes in O/L including Mathematics, English and Economics are required.

Mode of Study
Online and face to face.
How to Apply
Application are made online, click here to review the steps involved when applying.
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