The course provides a comprehensive introduction to accounting basics and will progress to cover more complex theoretical and practical accounting studies. The course will explore a variety of other topics, including business, law, IT, taxation, auditing, professional ethics, economics, corporate finance, investments, psychology, marketing, HR, management, and communications.
This course provides you with an interesting and challenging opportunity to gain a broad education through the study of accounting and related disciplines. The course will give you a sound basis for future employment in Accountancy, Financial Services and Business.
Six Grades at O6 or H7 in Leaving Certificate
→ INCLUDING At least two H5 Grades
→ AND Mathematics Grade O6 or H7
→ AND English Grade O6 or H7 OR Irish Grade O6 or H7
→ AND Minimum Points Score of 300.
You need to complete 305 credit hours to successfully obtain this degree. Please check detail of study units at https://www.dkit.ie/courses/school-of-business-and-humanities/management-and-financial-studies/ba-(hons)-in-accounting-and-finance.html
The majority of programme graduates choose Accountancy as a career. Accountancy is a profession which is in demand regardless of whether the economy is in a boom or a recession. For those students that choose this career pathway, it is important to note that the course has generous exemptions from examinations of professional accounting bodies. See Other Information Section below.
The remaining students who choose not to pursue Accountancy have other exciting career opportunities. They have a high-quality degree in business with good numerical skills which can lead to further studies and/or a career in areas such as IT, Taxation, Human Resources, Marketing Management, Operations Management and Financial Services.