About Accounting and Finance and Economics, BSc (Hons) - at University of Kent
Accountants and those in financial services are essential in any business, but the way people interact with enterprise is much more than a monetary exchange.
Our Accounting and Finance and Economics course is designed to create options for students who are interested in the detail-oriented world of accountancy and finance, coupled with a broader understanding of how people and groups make decisions in the context of a broader economic climate.
Through detailed theoretical and practical experience, you gain a solid rounded knowledge of finance and accounting principles and knowledge of how to construct and use economic models.
You will initially be introduced to the principles of financial accounting, financial data analysis and economics before delving more closely into areas of economics, such as microeconomics (how individual choices affect things like supply and demand) and macroeconomics (a broader look at large-scale or general economic factors, such as interest rates and national productivity) and a more detailed study of financial reporting.
In your final year you choose from a wide range of different modules to suit your aspirations including specialist knowledge on topics such as financial crises, monetary economics, taxation and auditing.
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