Degree / Award Title
Bachelor of Business Administration in Accountancy
Offering Academic Unit
Department of Accountancy
Mode of Study
This major aims to provide an active learning environment in which students can develop knowledge of accounting and inter-related business disciplines and enrich the broader skills and values essential for members and leaders of the accountancy profession in Hong Kong and the Greater China region.
Demonstrate key knowledge and skills in business related disciplines.
Communicate effectively in English and Chinese.
Apply creative and critical thinking in solving business-related problems.
Attain personal and team goals using individual and interpersonal skills.
Demonstrate awareness of ethical and global issues in business.
Apply accounting principles and practices to business situations in the context of ethical and regulatory framework.
Formulate professional solutions to contemporary accounting and business issues.
|Advanced Standing I1
||Advanced Standing II2|
|Gateway Education requirement
||30 credit units
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30 credit units
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|Free electives / Minor (if applicable)
||18 credit units
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|Minimum Graduation Requirement:
||120 credit units
||93 credit units
||63 credit units|
|Maximum Credit Units Permitted:
||144 credit units
||114 credit units
||84 credit units|
||For students with recognised Advanced Level Examinations or equivalent qualifications.|
||For Associate Degree/Higher Diploma graduates admitted to the senior year.|
This major is accredited by the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA), The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), The Chartered Association of Management Accountants (CIMA), and the CPA Australia.
To nurture BBA Accountancy students as professional and ethical leaders for business challenges, students are strongly encouraged to actively attend a “Strategic Leadership Development Series”, arranged for BBA Accountancy students to gain exposure to a variety of skills trainings, seminars, workshops, and professional development opportunities, and to interact with potential employers and other practitioners.