The Major in Accountancy prepares students to practice the profession of accounting and to perform related business functions amid growing demand for accountants in Hong Kong and the Greater China region.
The maximum study period is 8 years. For details about this Major, please visit BBA Accountancy.
The course structure is meticulously designed and organized, and incorporates a state-of-the-art curriculum that reflects the ever-changing modern business environment and challenges to accountants. Students are granted the flexibility to structure the study plan in a way that allows them to participate in a variety of learning activities such as internships and exchanges without prolonging completion of the Major.
With reference to the BBA Journey suggested by the College of Business, the advised path to a BBA with a Major in Accountancy is detailed as follows.
|2||A||College Cores||Major Core & Major Electives|
|3||A||Possible Exchange Period||Recommended Internship Period|
Although students are encouraged to participate in various learning activities, these activities are optional. If a student is interested in joining an exchange or an internship, he or she is strongly advised to plan his or her study path well ahead of time. Exchanges and internships normally comprise a regular semester (i.e., either semester A or B). However, some internships (such as that provided by Hang Seng Bank) and exchange programs in the United Kingdom can last for 1 year.
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|Advanced Standing I||[ Cohort 2022 ] [ Cohort 2021 ] [ Cohort 2020 ] [ Cohort 2019 ] [ Cohort 2018 ] to see a sample study plan.|
|Advanced Standing II||[ Cohort 2022 ] [ Cohort 2021 ] [ Cohort 2020 ] [ Cohort 2019 ] [ Cohort 2018 ] to see a sample study plan.|
* The Department reserves the right to make adjustments to semester of course offerings whenever it deems necessary. Programme structure, course codes and course titles are subject to continuous review and changes.