1. Financial Accounting: This course covers the principles and practices of financial accounting, including the recording, summarizing, and reporting of financial transactions. Topics may include the accounting cycle, preparation of financial statements, and analysis of financial data.
2. Managerial Accounting: Students learn how accounting information is used for internal decision-making and management control. Topics covered may include cost accounting, budgeting, performance measurement, and variance analysis.
3. Taxation: This course provides an overview of tax laws and regulations, both at the individual and corporate levels. Students learn about tax planning, tax calculations, and tax compliance. Topics may include personal income tax, corporate tax, and goods and services tax (GST).
4. Auditing: This course introduces the principles and techniques of auditing, including the examination and verification of financial statements. Students learn about audit planning, internal controls, audit procedures, and ethical considerations in auditing.
5. Financial Management: This course focuses on financial decision-making and the management of financial resources within an organization. Topics covered may include capital budgeting, financial analysis, working capital management, and financing decisions.
6. Business Law and Ethics: Students gain an understanding of legal and ethical issues in accounting and business. Topics covered may include contract law, company law, professional ethics, and corporate governance.
7. Computerized Accounting: This course explores the use of accounting software for financial record-keeping, data analysis, and reporting. Students learn how to use popular accounting software such as QuickBooks or Sage.
8. Professional Skills Development: This component of the program focuses on developing essential skills for a successful career in accounting, including communication skills, problem-solving skills, teamwork, and professional ethics.
9. Elective Courses: Some diploma programs offer elective courses that allow students to specialize in areas such as advanced financial accounting, taxation specialization, or auditing specialization.
10. Practical Experience: Many diploma programs include a practical component, such as an internship or work placement, which provides students with hands-on experience in applying their accounting knowledge in real-world scenarios.
The assessment is done via submission of assignment. There are no written exams.
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