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Are you looking for a qualification that provides you with a Masters and that helps you achieve the professional standards required to become an Accountant?

This unique Masters degree is carefully aligned with the ACCA professional level papers and aims to thoroughly prepare you for the challenging ACCA professional examinations – a well-regarded accounting qualification by major employers in both the UK and Internationally.

This course not only prepares you for success in professional examinations but also aims to enhance employment prospects covering contemporary topics facing accounting practices and policies. Topics include auditing, corporate and group reporting, strategic business leadership and performance management, all of which allows you to gain a competitive edge and ensure you are one-step ahead of your peers.

Upon successful completion of this two-year course, you will obtain an MSc in Professional Accounting with professional study preparation and should have attempted the ACCA professional stage exams.

Northumbria University is part of a select group of business schools worldwide, following accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) in business and accounting – the first in Europe to gain the double accreditation. Founded in 1916, AACSB International is the longest serving global accrediting body for business schools that offer undergraduate, Masters, and doctoral degrees in business and accounting.

 

Course Information

Level of Study
Postgraduate

Mode of Study
2 year full-time

Department
Newcastle Business School

Location
City Campus, Northumbria University

City
Newcastle

Start
September 2021

Fee Information

Module Information

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Entry Requirements 2021/22

Standard Entry

Applicants should normally have:

A minimum of a 2:2 honours degree or equivalent, and completion of ACCA Fundamental papers.

International qualifications

If you have studied a non UK qualification, you can see how your qualifications compare to the standard entry criteria, by selecting the country that you received the qualification in, from our country pages. Visit www.northumbria.ac.uk/yourcountry

English Language requirements

International applicants are required to have a minimum overall IELTS (Academic) score of 6.5 with 6.0 in each component (or approved equivalent*).

*The university accepts a large number of UK and International Qualifications in place of IELTS.  You can find details of acceptable tests and the required grades you will need in our English Language section. Visit www.northumbria.ac.uk/englishqualifications</

Fees and Funding 2021/22 Entry

Full UK Fee: £16,310

Full EU Fee: £22,860

Full International Fee: £22,860



Scholarships and Discounts

Click here for UK, EU and International Scholarships scholarship, fees, and funding information.


ADDITIONAL COSTS

Whilst books are available via the University Library, some students may wish to purchase key texts during their first year of study. In the second year during Professional Study Preparation, students may also wish to purchase professional texts and study guides which approximate to around £70-80 per exam preparation. In addition, students will be responsible for booking and paying for the ACCA exams after Study Preparation on the programme is complete. Students should refer to the ACCA website for up to date details on applicable costs which will be incurred on application for their examinations.

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Modules

Module information is indicative and is reviewed annually therefore may be subject to change. Applicants will be informed if there are any changes.

AF7007 -

Corporate and Group Reporting (Core,20 Credits)

You will learn to apply knowledge and exercise professional judgement in the application and evaluation of financial reporting principles and practices in a range of business contexts.

Over the course of the semester you will learn to:

• Evaluate the International Accounting Standards Board’s Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting
• Advise and report on the financial performance of entities
• Appraise the financial performance and financial position of entities
• Prepare the financial statements of a group of entities including the consolidated statement of profit and loss and other comprehensive income, statement of financial position, consolidated statement of changes in equity and consolidated statement of cash flows.
• Consider the need for additional disclosures to financial statements including the disclosure of financial and non-financial information
• Apply professional judgement and ethical principles in financial reporting

More information

AF7008 -

Strategic Business Leadership (Core,20 Credits)

On this module you will be able to demonstrate a blend of technical, ethical and professional skills in the evaluation, synthesis and presentations of responses through completion of a business report, designed to address problems faced by real businesses. You will need to present this report to an expert panel and answer questions on your recommendations.

Specifically, in this module you will learn to:

• Apply leadership and ethical skills in order to create a positive culture within an organisation
• Adopt a whole organisation perspective in managing performance and value creation
• Evaluate the effectiveness of governance systems within an organisation and recognise the detailed responsibilities of the board towards the various stakeholders
• Evaluate the strategic position of an organisation in relation to both the internal and external environment
• Analyse the risk profile and strategic options of an organisation
• Select and apply appropriate information technologies and data analytics to identify strategic opportunities
• Evaluate management reporting and internal controls to help ensure the organisation meets its objectives
• Enable success through innovative thinking and applying cutting edge research in relation to managing change, initiating and leading projects and effectively managing talent and other resources

More information

AF7009 -

Audit, Corporate Governance and Ethics (Core,20 Credits)

In this module you will consolidate and build on your existing knowledge of audit both from an academic, theoretical perspective and from a practical or professional perspective. The syllabus includes the following topics.

Theory of auditing
Students will debate whether and why auditing is needed, and its basic concepts, referring to Flint (1988) and Mautz & Sharaf (1961) and how their ideas relate to the profession today.

Practical approaches to audit
Students will revise their understanding of basic audit techniques such as compliance and substantive testing, and discuss the development of different audit approaches such as the Business Risk Audit. The use of technology by auditors, and the rapid pace of advancement within the profession will be reviewed.

Regulatory framework
Students will revisit their knowledge of international auditing standards, and how they are developed. We will discuss the role of the profession in regulating auditors, including quality control.

Audit and corporate governance
We will consider the role of audit within a broader corporate governance framework, and in relation to fraud.

Audit and society
Students will discuss the changing role of audit in society, drawing on Power’s (1997) work on the audit society and the way audit can affect practice.

Ethical issues
We will discuss ethical issues relevant to audit and relate them to professional codes of ethics and to ethical theories. Students will apply their knowledge to ethical decisions and dilemmas.

Current issues
We will explore and debate current issues such as mandatory auditor rotation, the changing audit report, and the expanding remit of the audit and assurance profession. The advancement of technology and AI within the profession will be discussed.

More information

AF7010 -

Performance Management (Core,20 Credits)

In this module, you will explore the knowledge, skills and exercise professional judgement in selecting and applying strategic management accounting techniques in different business contexts.

Specifically, this module aims to:

Use strategic planning and control models to plan and monitor firm performance, and support the development of corporate strategy

Identify and evaluate appropriate macroeconomic, fiscal and markets factors and key external influences on organisational performance

Identify and assess the design features of effective performance management information and monitoring systems

Apply relevant strategic performance measurement techniques in evaluating and improving organisational performance

Explore risk and its incorporation into corporate decision making process

Identify and assess the impact of current developments in management accounting and performance management on measuring, evaluating and improving organisational performance

More information

BM9718 -

Research Methods and Analytics for Business Practice (Core,20 Credits)

In this module you will learn about a comprehensive range of research methods and business analytics techniques. This will equip you with the knowledge and practical skills necessary for you to conduct research at Masters’ level and prepare you to complete a Master’s Dissertation, Consultancy Project or Management Enquiry. By the end of the module you will know how to apply both quantitative and qualitative data collection and business analysis techniques. In quantitative techniques you will learn about sampling, questionnaire design, statistical inference, and hypothesis testing while qualitative techniques covered will include methods such as interviewing and focus groups. Analysis methods such as content analysis and thematic analysis will also be covered. In addition, you will gain some understanding of research philosophy (positivism and interpretivism) and research ethics and you will be able to write a research proposal to bring these ideas together.
Furthermore, this module will provide clear, critical, and analysis of data, you will also be able to consider the use of analytics implementation skills, where you will be introduced to analytics software such as SPSS. SPSS statistics analysis is one of the powerful solutions that is designed to help businesses and researchers to solve problems by various methods (geospatial analysis, predictive analytics and hypothesis testing).

More information

GA7000 -

Academic Language Skills for Postgraduate Business Students (Core – for International and EU students only,0 Credits)

Studying away from your home country can differ due to cultural and language differences in teaching and assessment practices. This

module is designed to support your transition to postgraduate level study in the use and practice of subject specific skills around assessments

and teaching provision in your chosen subject. The overall aim of this module is to further develop your abilities to read and study effectively

for academic purposes; to develop your skills in analysing and using source material in seminars and academic writing and to develop your

use and application of language and communications skills suitable for a postgraduate level of study.

The topics you will cover on the module include:

• Understanding postgraduate assignment briefs.

• Developing advanced academic writing skills, including citation, paraphrasing, and summarising.

• Practising advanced ‘critical reading’ and ‘critical writing’

• Planning and structuring postgraduate level academic assignments (e.g. essays, reports and presentations).

• Avoiding academic misconduct and gaining credit by using academic sources and referencing effectively.

• Speaking in postgraduate seminar presentations.

• Presenting your ideas

• Giving discipline-related postgraduate level academic presentations, experiencing peer observation, and receiving formative feedback.

• Postgraduate level speed reading techniques.

• Developing self-reflection skills.

More information

HR9737 -

Leadership and Management Development (Core,20 Credits)

This module engages you in personal and professional development in order that you develop and hone your teamworking, management and leadership skills,

capabilities and attributes, and in so doing, enhance your employability. On this module, you will not only prepare for your first job after you graduate but also kickstart

your commitment to life-long personal and professional learning. In the first part of the module you will be supported in a self-analysis by a range of activities, including

the completion of self-administered tool-kits to demonstrate an increased self-awareness and self-understanding. This will also involve applying theoretical frameworks

and researching contemporary literature for a more in-depth understanding of self. A key outcome of this process is how you will be able to exploit this development in

order to lead, and manage, more effectively in your future careers. The second part of the module contains activities which enable you to build on your self-analysis and

explore further your strengths, weaknesses and areas for development in the context of your career development plans. You will receive guidance on how to craft

professional, postgraduate CVs, LinkeIn profiles, and supporting documentation to meet the needs of employer. Furthermore, you will use your understanding of self to

help you to understand the key issues and specific challenges that you face, with your skills profile, in relation to your employability prospects in your target

profession/industry/sector. This will also include the development of knowledge into the global graduate market, (including routes such as self-employment and

developing your career with an existing employer) drawing upon local, national and international examples.

More information

NX0480 -

The Newcastle Business School Masters Dissertation (Core,60 Credits)

In this module you will gain an understanding of the academic skills that are required to produce a Masters Dissertation. By the end of the module you will have written a 15000 word Masters dissertation. The areas included are:

• Justification for the choice of topic
• Appropriate understanding, awareness and critical analysis of existing and up to date literature evidenced by a comprehensive and well-referenced literature review with an extensive reference list
• Selection, justification and application of an appropriately rigorous methodology - including limitations of the approach selected
• Clear statement of the findings of the research
• Critical analysis of the findings
• Explicit links between the analysis and the conclusions supported by critical argument
• Evidence of original work or thought for example in the form or context of the data collected, analytical process or application of findings

More information

NX9720 -

Professional Study Preparation (Core,60 Credits)

The Professional Study Preparation module is a year long 60-credit module available on MSc Professional Accounting (with Professional Study Preparation). This module will build on your first year of studies on this MSc and will facilitate your independent attempt of four ACCA strategic professional level papers; you will also develop your critical reflection skills as an ethical and strategic accounting learner. In doing so you will learn the substantive ACCA syllabus for the following strategic professional level papers: Strategic Business Leader; Strategic Business Reporting; Advanced Performance Management; Advanced Audit and Assurance and Ethics and Professional Skills. The strategic professional level papers focus on integrating technical accounting, professional and ethical skills needed by the market place. Specifically you will prepare for the ACCA papers as follows:
- Strategic Business Reporting: you will apply ethical and professional principles regarding financial reporting and evaluate changes in accounting regulation. You will also apply your professional judgment regarding reporting of financial performance and you will learn to prepare and interpret financial statements. This includes advising on the meaning of both financial and non-financial reports.
- Strategic Business Leader: You will apply a blend of essential skills to successfully lead organisational success through: ethical leadership, effective corporate governance, strategic positioning and risk management as well as effective evaluation of IT security, internal control and auditing systems. You will also learn about how to embrace appropriate information technologies and apply data analytics.
- Advanced Performance Management: You will learn strategic planning and control models and assess key external forces, which affect organisational performance. As part of your learning on this module, you will apply advanced strategic performance measurement, planning and monitoring techniques.
- Advanced Audit and Assurance: you will recognise the legal and regulatory environment and its impact on auditing and assurance practice. You will also learn about effective practices in working on assurance and service engagements, this include appropriate quality control policies within practice management, formulation of work required to meet the international auditing standards and meet the objectives of non-audit assignments. You will learn about current issues and developments relating to offering of auditing and assurance services.
- Ethics and professional skills: this is aligned to a new ACCA module where you will learn about ethics and professionalism; personal effectiveness; innovation and scepticism, commercial awareness, analysis; evaluation and problem solving; leadership and teamwork and communication and interpersonal skills. This module should be finished before starting the strategic professional exams.

At the same time, in the academic element of this module, you will develop your critical and reflectivity skills by engaging in a student led research task and prepare an individual presentation in relation to a contemporary strategic level topic. The topic is related to the above subjects. This is a Pass/Fail module and so does not contribute to the final grade of your MSc. The learning and teaching on this module will be supported by supervisory meetings with your academic tutor.

More information

Modules

Module information is indicative and is reviewed annually therefore may be subject to change. Applicants will be informed if there are any changes.

AF7007 -

Corporate and Group Reporting (Core,20 Credits)

You will learn to apply knowledge and exercise professional judgement in the application and evaluation of financial reporting principles and practices in a range of business contexts.

Over the course of the semester you will learn to:

• Evaluate the International Accounting Standards Board’s Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting
• Advise and report on the financial performance of entities
• Appraise the financial performance and financial position of entities
• Prepare the financial statements of a group of entities including the consolidated statement of profit and loss and other comprehensive income, statement of financial position, consolidated statement of changes in equity and consolidated statement of cash flows.
• Consider the need for additional disclosures to financial statements including the disclosure of financial and non-financial information
• Apply professional judgement and ethical principles in financial reporting

More information

AF7008 -

Strategic Business Leadership (Core,20 Credits)

On this module you will be able to demonstrate a blend of technical, ethical and professional skills in the evaluation, synthesis and presentations of responses through completion of a business report, designed to address problems faced by real businesses. You will need to present this report to an expert panel and answer questions on your recommendations.

Specifically, in this module you will learn to:

• Apply leadership and ethical skills in order to create a positive culture within an organisation
• Adopt a whole organisation perspective in managing performance and value creation
• Evaluate the effectiveness of governance systems within an organisation and recognise the detailed responsibilities of the board towards the various stakeholders
• Evaluate the strategic position of an organisation in relation to both the internal and external environment
• Analyse the risk profile and strategic options of an organisation
• Select and apply appropriate information technologies and data analytics to identify strategic opportunities
• Evaluate management reporting and internal controls to help ensure the organisation meets its objectives
• Enable success through innovative thinking and applying cutting edge research in relation to managing change, initiating and leading projects and effectively managing talent and other resources

More information

AF7009 -

Audit, Corporate Governance and Ethics (Core,20 Credits)

In this module you will consolidate and build on your existing knowledge of audit both from an academic, theoretical perspective and from a practical or professional perspective. The syllabus includes the following topics.

Theory of auditing
Students will debate whether and why auditing is needed, and its basic concepts, referring to Flint (1988) and Mautz & Sharaf (1961) and how their ideas relate to the profession today.

Practical approaches to audit
Students will revise their understanding of basic audit techniques such as compliance and substantive testing, and discuss the development of different audit approaches such as the Business Risk Audit. The use of technology by auditors, and the rapid pace of advancement within the profession will be reviewed.

Regulatory framework
Students will revisit their knowledge of international auditing standards, and how they are developed. We will discuss the role of the profession in regulating auditors, including quality control.

Audit and corporate governance
We will consider the role of audit within a broader corporate governance framework, and in relation to fraud.

Audit and society
Students will discuss the changing role of audit in society, drawing on Power’s (1997) work on the audit society and the way audit can affect practice.

Ethical issues
We will discuss ethical issues relevant to audit and relate them to professional codes of ethics and to ethical theories. Students will apply their knowledge to ethical decisions and dilemmas.

Current issues
We will explore and debate current issues such as mandatory auditor rotation, the changing audit report, and the expanding remit of the audit and assurance profession. The advancement of technology and AI within the profession will be discussed.

More information

AF7010 -

Performance Management (Core,20 Credits)

In this module, you will explore the knowledge, skills and exercise professional judgement in selecting and applying strategic management accounting techniques in different business contexts.

Specifically, this module aims to:

Use strategic planning and control models to plan and monitor firm performance, and support the development of corporate strategy

Identify and evaluate appropriate macroeconomic, fiscal and markets factors and key external influences on organisational performance

Identify and assess the design features of effective performance management information and monitoring systems

Apply relevant strategic performance measurement techniques in evaluating and improving organisational performance

Explore risk and its incorporation into corporate decision making process

Identify and assess the impact of current developments in management accounting and performance management on measuring, evaluating and improving organisational performance

More information

BM9718 -

Research Methods and Analytics for Business Practice (Core,20 Credits)

In this module you will learn about a comprehensive range of research methods and business analytics techniques. This will equip you with the knowledge and practical skills necessary for you to conduct research at Masters’ level and prepare you to complete a Master’s Dissertation, Consultancy Project or Management Enquiry. By the end of the module you will know how to apply both quantitative and qualitative data collection and business analysis techniques. In quantitative techniques you will learn about sampling, questionnaire design, statistical inference, and hypothesis testing while qualitative techniques covered will include methods such as interviewing and focus groups. Analysis methods such as content analysis and thematic analysis will also be covered. In addition, you will gain some understanding of research philosophy (positivism and interpretivism) and research ethics and you will be able to write a research proposal to bring these ideas together.
Furthermore, this module will provide clear, critical, and analysis of data, you will also be able to consider the use of analytics implementation skills, where you will be introduced to analytics software such as SPSS. SPSS statistics analysis is one of the powerful solutions that is designed to help businesses and researchers to solve problems by various methods (geospatial analysis, predictive analytics and hypothesis testing).

More information

GA7000 -

Academic Language Skills for Postgraduate Business Students (Core – for International and EU students only,0 Credits)

Studying away from your home country can differ due to cultural and language differences in teaching and assessment practices. This

module is designed to support your transition to postgraduate level study in the use and practice of subject specific skills around assessments

and teaching provision in your chosen subject. The overall aim of this module is to further develop your abilities to read and study effectively

for academic purposes; to develop your skills in analysing and using source material in seminars and academic writing and to develop your

use and application of language and communications skills suitable for a postgraduate level of study.

The topics you will cover on the module include:

• Understanding postgraduate assignment briefs.

• Developing advanced academic writing skills, including citation, paraphrasing, and summarising.

• Practising advanced ‘critical reading’ and ‘critical writing’

• Planning and structuring postgraduate level academic assignments (e.g. essays, reports and presentations).

• Avoiding academic misconduct and gaining credit by using academic sources and referencing effectively.

• Speaking in postgraduate seminar presentations.

• Presenting your ideas

• Giving discipline-related postgraduate level academic presentations, experiencing peer observation, and receiving formative feedback.

• Postgraduate level speed reading techniques.

• Developing self-reflection skills.

More information

HR9737 -

Leadership and Management Development (Core,20 Credits)

This module engages you in personal and professional development in order that you develop and hone your teamworking, management and leadership skills,

capabilities and attributes, and in so doing, enhance your employability. On this module, you will not only prepare for your first job after you graduate but also kickstart

your commitment to life-long personal and professional learning. In the first part of the module you will be supported in a self-analysis by a range of activities, including

the completion of self-administered tool-kits to demonstrate an increased self-awareness and self-understanding. This will also involve applying theoretical frameworks

and researching contemporary literature for a more in-depth understanding of self. A key outcome of this process is how you will be able to exploit this development in

order to lead, and manage, more effectively in your future careers. The second part of the module contains activities which enable you to build on your self-analysis and

explore further your strengths, weaknesses and areas for development in the context of your career development plans. You will receive guidance on how to craft

professional, postgraduate CVs, LinkeIn profiles, and supporting documentation to meet the needs of employer. Furthermore, you will use your understanding of self to

help you to understand the key issues and specific challenges that you face, with your skills profile, in relation to your employability prospects in your target

profession/industry/sector. This will also include the development of knowledge into the global graduate market, (including routes such as self-employment and

developing your career with an existing employer) drawing upon local, national and international examples.

More information

NX0480 -

The Newcastle Business School Masters Dissertation (Core,60 Credits)

In this module you will gain an understanding of the academic skills that are required to produce a Masters Dissertation. By the end of the module you will have written a 15000 word Masters dissertation. The areas included are:

• Justification for the choice of topic
• Appropriate understanding, awareness and critical analysis of existing and up to date literature evidenced by a comprehensive and well-referenced literature review with an extensive reference list
• Selection, justification and application of an appropriately rigorous methodology - including limitations of the approach selected
• Clear statement of the findings of the research
• Critical analysis of the findings
• Explicit links between the analysis and the conclusions supported by critical argument
• Evidence of original work or thought for example in the form or context of the data collected, analytical process or application of findings

More information

NX9720 -

Professional Study Preparation (Core,60 Credits)

The Professional Study Preparation module is a year long 60-credit module available on MSc Professional Accounting (with Professional Study Preparation). This module will build on your first year of studies on this MSc and will facilitate your independent attempt of four ACCA strategic professional level papers; you will also develop your critical reflection skills as an ethical and strategic accounting learner. In doing so you will learn the substantive ACCA syllabus for the following strategic professional level papers: Strategic Business Leader; Strategic Business Reporting; Advanced Performance Management; Advanced Audit and Assurance and Ethics and Professional Skills. The strategic professional level papers focus on integrating technical accounting, professional and ethical skills needed by the market place. Specifically you will prepare for the ACCA papers as follows:
- Strategic Business Reporting: you will apply ethical and professional principles regarding financial reporting and evaluate changes in accounting regulation. You will also apply your professional judgment regarding reporting of financial performance and you will learn to prepare and interpret financial statements. This includes advising on the meaning of both financial and non-financial reports.
- Strategic Business Leader: You will apply a blend of essential skills to successfully lead organisational success through: ethical leadership, effective corporate governance, strategic positioning and risk management as well as effective evaluation of IT security, internal control and auditing systems. You will also learn about how to embrace appropriate information technologies and apply data analytics.
- Advanced Performance Management: You will learn strategic planning and control models and assess key external forces, which affect organisational performance. As part of your learning on this module, you will apply advanced strategic performance measurement, planning and monitoring techniques.
- Advanced Audit and Assurance: you will recognise the legal and regulatory environment and its impact on auditing and assurance practice. You will also learn about effective practices in working on assurance and service engagements, this include appropriate quality control policies within practice management, formulation of work required to meet the international auditing standards and meet the objectives of non-audit assignments. You will learn about current issues and developments relating to offering of auditing and assurance services.
- Ethics and professional skills: this is aligned to a new ACCA module where you will learn about ethics and professionalism; personal effectiveness; innovation and scepticism, commercial awareness, analysis; evaluation and problem solving; leadership and teamwork and communication and interpersonal skills. This module should be finished before starting the strategic professional exams.

At the same time, in the academic element of this module, you will develop your critical and reflectivity skills by engaging in a student led research task and prepare an individual presentation in relation to a contemporary strategic level topic. The topic is related to the above subjects. This is a Pass/Fail module and so does not contribute to the final grade of your MSc. The learning and teaching on this module will be supported by supervisory meetings with your academic tutor.

More information

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Our admissions team will be happy to help. They can be contacted on 0191 406 0901.

Contact Details for Applicants:

bc.applicantservices@northumbria.ac.uk

All information on this course page is accurate at the time of viewing.

Courses starting in 2021 are offered as a mix of online and face to face teaching due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

We continue to monitor government and local authority guidance in relation to Covid-19 and we are ready and able to flex accordingly to ensure the health and safety of our students and staff.

Students will be required to attend campus as far as restrictions allow. Contact time will increase as restrictions ease, or decrease, potentially to a full online offer, should restrictions increase.

Our online activity will be delivered through Blackboard Ultra, enabling collaboration, connection and engagement with materials and people.

 

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