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    Home  »  Academics  »  Certificate in Computerised Accounting & Finance

    Certificate in Computerised Accounting & Finance

    Scope of the programme

    The Certificate in Computerised Accounting equip students with knowledge and skills to integrate Computerised Accounting, Financial Accounting, Business Statistics, and Ethics for Accountants, Computerised Finance, and Botswana Taxation. This Programme has been developed to ensure portability across the Accounting Industry allowing learners to advance their careers across various fields of specialization. The Certificate in Computerised Accounting reflects the skills, knowledge and understanding required to be an effective Computerised Accounting professional, whether in micro, small, medium or large operations. The Learning Programme consists of generic Computer and Accounting competencies, as well as generic technical competencies. Learners who attain this qualification can get employed in Public and Private Accounting Organizations.

     

    Skill acquired from the programme:

    ·  Demonstrate an understanding of Computerised Accounting methods.

    ·  Manage Computerised Accounting activities.

    ·  Establish criteria and performance measures in Certificate in Computerised Accounting.

    ·  Assess and report technical and procedural applications within the broad field of Certificate in Computerised Accounting.

    ·  Develop a high level of expertise in Computerised Accounting that can contribute to safety, cost or effectiveness in operation.

    ·  Certify the quality of Computerised Accounting work and the condition of equipment and systems in defined circumstances laid down in recognized standards and codes of practice.

    ·  Interact effectively with professionals and practitioners in Computerised Accounting, stakeholders and clients to ensure that Computerised Accounting outcomes and developments are fully integrated with the overall system and context.

    ·  Interpret technological possibilities, to investigate interfaces, limitations, consequences, costs and risks.

    ·  Manage Computerised Accounting activities.

     

     

    MODULES

    Semester 1

    Module Code

    Title

    Level

    Credits

    CCA01

    Introduction to  Accounting

    4

    10

    CCA02

    Introduction to Business Statistics

    4

    10

    CCA03

    Information and Communication Technology

    5

    10

    CCA04

    Business Communications

    5

    10

    CCA05

    Computerised Accounting

    5

    12