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AC220-Bachelor of Accountancy (Hons)

The Bachelor of Accountancy (Hons.) programme was introduced in 1981. It has been designed with the objective of providing accounting educatio

at professional level to meet the demands of both the public and private sectors. This programmed is offered at Shah Alam campus and seven othe

branches including Arau (Perlis), Machang (Kelantan),Seri Iskandar (Perak), Segamat (Johor), Alor Gajah (Melaka), Dungu STPM/Matriculation or any equivalent qualification. Students who have completed Diploma in Accountancy, UiTM will begin the programme

(Terengganu), Jengka (Pahang) andSamarahan (Sarawak). The duration of this programme is 4 years (8 semesters) for graduates from

semester four (4). Other Diploma candidates may also apply for credit transfer if they fulfilled UiTM transfer credit requirement

This programme is fully recognized by the Government as a professional qualification, and other related bodies especially Malaysia Institute o Accountants (MIA) as a professional qualification. For further Information Please Contact: Intan Salwani Mohamed MAcc (UiTM), BAcc (UUM), Accounting Information System, E-commerce & Multimedia Position : Programme Leader BAcc (Hons) Contact : 03-55444916 (Office) E-mail : intan838@salam.uitm.edu.my Mohamad Ezrien Mohamad Kamal MAcc (UiTM), BAcc (UiTM), DIA (UiTM) Programme Leader BAcc (Hons) (Fast Track) Contact : 03-55444915 (Office) E-mail : mohdezrien@salam.uitm.edu.my Adnan Zainal Abdidin MAcc (UiTM), BAcc (Hons)(UUM) Programme Leader (PLK)/DIA Contact : 03-55444947 (Office) E-mail : adnan169@salam.uitm.edu.my

Course Description

Full Time Program Applicants with STPM with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of at least 3.00 in Accounting / Economics and any ONE (1) subject excluding General Studies. Applicants with Asasi UiTM/Matriculation/PASUM with cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of at least 3.00 in any TWO (2) subjects indlucing Accounting / Economics and CGPA of at least 2.00 in any ONE (1) other subject. Applicants with Diploma in Accountancy / Diploma in Accounting Information System from UiTM with CGPA of at least 2.75. Candidate with minimum CGPA 2.50 need to have at least two (2) year relevant working experience. Applicants with Diploma in Business Studines, Diploma in Banking and Diploma in Investment Analysis from UiTM should have a minimum CGPA of 3.00. Applicants with Diploma in Accountancy from other institutions (recognized by the Government) should have a minimum CGPA of 3.50. Candidate with minimum CGPA 3.00 need to have at least two (2) year relevant working experience.

AND passed SPM/equivalent with grade 5C in Mathematics/Add Mathematics and grade 6C in english AND MUET level 1

The Bachelor of Accountancy programme is divided into eight semesters with emphasis on inter-disciplinary approach to accounting. SEMESTER 01 Principles of Accounting I Info. & Communication Technology Economics Introduction to Statistics College English Tamadun Islam & Asia I Co-Curriculum 1 SEMESTER 02 Principles of Accounting 2 Cost and Management Accounting Taxation I Business Management E-Commerce Communication & Negotiation in the Workplace Co-Curriculum 2 SEMESTER 3 Financial Management Taxation 2 Management Theories and Practices Commercial Law Auditing SEMESTER 4 Financial Reporting I Management Accounting & Control Public Sector Accounting Quantitative Business Analysis Reading for Academic Purpose Tamadun Islam & Asia 2 Third Language I SEMESTER 05 Financial Reporting 2 Advanced Taxation Corporate Law Mgt. Accounting & Performance Evaluation Managerial Economics Elective 1 Third Language 2 SEMESTER 06 Financial Reporting 3 Accounting Information System Business Ethics Company Secretarial Practice Speech Communication Third Language 3 Elective 2 SEMESTER 07 Practical Training

SEMESTER 08 Accounting Theory & Practice Advanced Auditing Corporate Finance Accounting System Analysis & Design Strategic Management List of elective courses Elective 1 Advanced Public Sector Accounting Organizational Behaviour Human Resource Management Marketing Services Education Psychology Elective 2 International Accounting Internal Auditing Risk Management Malaysia Futures & Option International Financial Management

FAR 255 - Principles of Accounting 1 This is an introductory course in financial accounting, which is designed for students who have a basic knowledge of financial accounting at post-SPM level. The course is designed to enhance the students understanding of the accounting principles, techniques and concepts as well as the ability to apply these principles and concepts in the preparation of financial statements. This course also deals with the accounting treatment, principles and concepts of the elements of financial statements, namely cash, receivables, inventories and fixed tangible assets. This is an introductory course in financial accounting, which is designed for students who have a basic knowledge of financial accounting at post-SPM level. The course is designed to enhance the students understanding of the accounting principles, techniques and concepts as well as the ability to apply these principles and concepts in the preparation of financial statements. This course also deals with the accounting treatment, principles and concepts of the elements of financial statements, namely cash, receivables, inventories and fixed tangible assets. AIS 265 - Information and Communication Technology This course introduces students to the concepts of information technology. It entails understanding the fundamentals of the technical component of IT. This course also covers the applications of these concepts to facilitate business processes. ECO 415 - Economics This is introductory economic course for students pursuing a three years degree program. It provides a detailed, comprehensive, and broad-based analysis of both microeconomic and macroeconomic concepts and principles and their application and relevance in everyday life.

QMT 181 - Introduction to Statistics This subject introduces the basic statistical concepts in business applications. The topics in this course include basic concepts of sampling methods; methods of data collection; descriptive and inferential statistics; measures of central tendency and variation; correlation and regression; time series analysis; index numbers; and probability. Emphasis throughout the course is on interpretation of statistical results. Statistical Analysis using Excel and SPSS or MINITAB will be introduced. BEL 411 - College English This course provides practice in the application of the grammatical rules of the students' respective disciplines. It emphasizes the importance of accuracy and fluency in Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing. TITAS 1 - Tamadun Islan dan Tamadun Asia 1 Kursus ini memperkenalkan pelajar kepada Pengenalan Ilmu Ketamadunan, Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Melayu.

FAR 305 - Principles of Accounting 2 This course is designed to enhance the students understanding of the application of basic accounting and bookkeeping concepts and mechanism, and to apply this knowledge to account for various types of business enterprises, namely, non-commercial bodies, companies, partnerships, branches. It also deals with preparing financial statements including the manufacturing account.

MAF 315 - Cost and Management Accounting The aim of this course is on the use of accounting information for cost classification and accumulation, simple decision-making, planning and control. Since the contribution of management accounting to decision making, planning and control is utmost importance in todays business world, the syllabus content will examine the understanding and basic application of management accounting techniques in both service and manufacturing organization.

TAX 320 - Taxation 1 This paper covers the scope of tax in Malaysia, the various classes of income chargeable to tax, tax administration and personal income tax. MGT 325 - Business Management This subject introduces the student to business management and the various aspects of the business world. It serves to provide an informative background to the business system and to help the student understand the areas within business and management. AIS 360 - E-Commerce This course describes in-depth knowledge on electronic commerce, which includes its impact on the business community, identity major applications of electronic commerce and assess the various electronic payment systems. This course also covers the electronic commerce infrastructure and legal issues. BEL 415 - Communication and Negotiation in the Workplace Communication and Negotiation in the Workplace is designed for UiTM students at degree-level. The course introduces students to the negotiation skills required in job-related situations. It focuses on interpersonal skills and different negotiating strategies needed for successful outcomes. Students are guided through the negotiation process step-by-step from the beginning to the end, culminating in the writing and oral presentation of a proposal.

MAF 330 - Financial Management This course introduces the basic concepts, principles and tools of Financial Management inclusive of concepts and techniques relevant to the modern decision maker. It deals with management of an organizations financial resources and requirement, in order to optimize its usage through appropriate investment commitment and financial policy.

TAX 370 - Taxation 2 This paper is an extension of the first tax paper. IT extends the coverage on the computation of capital allowances and business taxatio and the detailed coverage of indirect taxes. MGT 380/535 - Management Theories and Practice This course introduces the student to various practices of management such as planning, organizing, leading and controlling and also a look at the functional areas in management that include an understanding of the marketing concept and human resource management. All these are necessary for developing a motivated, effective and efficient employee towards the attainment of strategic organizational objectives. This course also hopes to expose students to some aspects of total quality management and change. LAW 385 - Commercial Law The subject being the first paper in law provides accountancy students with a comprehensive yet concise statement of the principal features of important areas of business law and the Malaysian Legal System. AUD 390 - Auditing This subject is the first step in the study of auditing. It aims at introducing students to basic auditing concepts and procedures. It will enable the students to understand the significance of materiality, audit risk and audit evidence in an audit process. It is designed to explain various procedures and methods applicable in auditing, including discussion on the relevant provisions of the Companies Act 1965, applicable auditing standards and other relevant statutory requirements. The subject also covers an overview of sampling, independence and audit reporting.

FAR 400 - Financial Reporting 1 This course deals mainly with the understanding and application of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles to the various elements of financial statements. It explores the techniques, mechanism and disclosure requirements as specified by the accounting standards issued/adopted by MASB. The course also deals with the recognition, measurement, recording and presentation of the elements of financial statements and the preparation of financial statements of non-group enterprises for publication. MAF 410 - Management Accounting & Control This course is designed to ensure that learners can apply judgment and technique in the analysis of relevant data with the aim of providing management with managerial accounting information for decision-making, planning and control. While this course will develop learners ability to apply a range of management accounting techniques and decision-making tools, learners must demonstrate and understanding of behavioral issues that surround their uses.

PSA 420 - Public Sector Accounting This course will examine various components and importance of Malaysian Public Sector Accounting. It also attempts to emphasize the budgeting, reporting and auditing system in Malaysia besides differentiating between the accounting in Public Sector and in commercia sector. QMT 429 - Quantitative Business Analysis This course covers a number of quantitative methods including decision analysis, linear programming, transportation, assignment, CPM/PERT and inventory management. In addition, this course explains how the methods work and how they can be applied and interpreted by the decision-maker. The emphasis is on application of the methods rather than pure mathematics per se. BEL 460 - Reading for Academic Purposes This course aims to teach students how to effectively use higher level thinking skills in reading. This course will provide instruction and practice to enhance the thinking skills required for the critical evaluation of reading materials. TITAS 2 - Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia II Kursus ini memperkenalkan kepada pelajar mengenai Budaya dan Tamadun Pribumi Malaysia, Tamadun India, Tamadun Cina, Tamadun Jepun dan Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia: Cabaran Kontemporari dan masa depan. FAR 450 - Financial Reporting 2 This course will cover the theory and practice of the preparation of the financial statements for simple and complex group of companies. The students will also learn to account for overseas operations, associate companies and joint ventures.

ECO 555 - Managerial Economics The subject combines economic theories with tools of mathematics and statistics to the decision making process. Managerial economic focuses on the use of basic microeconomic principles, such as supply and demand, elasticity, short run and log run shifts in resource allocation, diminishing returns, economics of scale and pricing according marginal revenue and marginal cost, as important tools of analysis for managerial decision makers. TAX 480 - Advanced Taxation The paper covers taxation of specialized classes of tax payers, double taxation agreements, taxation of non-residents, investments incentives, real property gains tax and tax planning and investigations.

LAW 485 - Corporate Law Companies registered under the Companies Act 1965 play a crucial role in the economy, trade and progress of the nation as well as in the lives of its citizens. The purpose of the course is to carry out a study of the provision of the statute and the decisions of the courts to determine how the law regulates companies.

MAF 490 - Management Accounting & Performance Evaluation This paper is set in a planning environment. It is essentially forward looking and is designed to be integrative. It draws upon a broad content of knowledge management accounting and management principles. Since it emphasizes on the unstable nature of the environment within which organization operate; it requires students to prove their ability to measure alternative courses of action, to be aware of the area of professional ethics and possible personal conflicts that may arise.

FAR 500 - Financial Reporting 3 This course will guide the students understanding towards the various aspects of accounting at an advances level namely, revenue recognition, financial instruments, off-balance sheet financing, deferred taxation, business combination and reconstruction as well as business liquidation. AIS 510 - Accounting Information System This course introduces students to the conceptual framework of AIS and its applications, approaches and techniques. This course emphasizes on the AIS transaction cycles and the internal control systems and structures.

CRG 520 - Business Ethics Managers, executives and professionals are increasingly facing complex challenges and opportunities in the wake of rapid and massive changes in both business and professional environments. An understanding of what is expected in these environments and how to respond effectively to ethical problems are crucial in discharging responsibilities and professional services to clients and members of public. This course will provide an understanding of the underlying ethical theories and philosophies and values in individual, organizational and professional setting. Focus will be made on the practical development of skills needed to deal with ethical issues so as to be able to conduct oneself ethically at all time.

CRG 530 - Company Secretarial Practice The primary objective of this course is to provide a in-dept knowledge and a clear understanding of the roles of a company secretary. The course will focus on the procedures of incorporation of companies and various other corporate actions up to the process of winding up. Students are expected to know the requirements of the Companies Act 1965 and other regulations, legislation and guidelines which the operation of companies.

BEL 490 - Speech Communication This is a course for students who wish to develop and deliver speeches and oral presentations confidently. Students will be guided from the preparatory stage right up to the final stage of delivery. Emphasis is placed on the importance of verbal and non-verbal communication skills and using visual aids appropriately in oral presentations. Students will also be taught to anticipate and deal with questions and comments orally during a question and answer session. FAR 600 - Accounting Theory And Practice No discipline can be developed in a scientific manner unless it has a sound theoretical base. Therefore, the approach adopted for this course is to discuss accounting theory in the context of accounting practices and to explain the importance of theoretical issues in accounting. This course begins with a discussion on accounting theory, followed by empirical research in accounting and accounting regulations and finally on contemporary issues in accounting.

AUD 610 - Advanced Auditing This subject is the extension of audit course (AUD 360) taught at semester 3. It aims at enabling students to acquire in-depth understanding of the underlying concepts of auditing practice, methods and techniques applied in auditing practices, policies and procedures. During the learning process of this subject, students will be equipped with adequate knowledge to exercise judgment in audit decision making, apply necessary techniques in the analysis of matters relating to audit and other related services. This subject wi also develop the ability of the students to evaluate and comment on current practices and development in the audit related area. MAF 620 - Corporate Finance This subject will expose students to frontiers of Corporate Finance and will require a fair amount of integration of previous programs and related courses to learn, appreciate and use this knowledge in the context of Corporate Finance. AIS 630 - Accounting System Analysis & Design This course is about building a computer-based information system. It describes methods that are used to analyze, design and build the information systems. It includes development of computer-based information system using system development life cycle approach as well as CASE tools and prototyping.

MAF 640 - Strategic Management This is a capstone course in the Bachelor of Accountancy Program, which integrate material and knowledge from other courses conducted in the program. This course emphasizes on the Strategic Management process and how other areas of study management, marketing, finance, accounting, production/operations, research and development, and accounting information systems can be used as a tool to achieve organizational success.