MSc Accounting, Finance and Regulation
Today’s global, technology-driven and increasingly competitive financial market is almost unrecognisable from that of five years ago. Earn an Accounting, Finance and Regulation degree at the Glasgow Caledonian University.
Finance executives and specialists are required to apply the same in-depth knowledge and adept skill to an ever growing, far reaching number of products, regulations and technologies.
While new technologies continue to emerge and rules and regulations change, now more than ever, a digitally-focused, more confident skillset is needed. The MSc Accounting, Finance and Regulation from Glasgow Caledonian University provides you with the confidence and insight to take your existing skills further in your organisation or through further academic study.
|Duration:||1 year (full-time)|
|Starting Date:||January, September|
|Tuition Fee:||£13,500 (intl. students)|
Fast track option available
Complete the MSc in just eight months when you already hold a professional qualification. A full professional qualification from any accountancy body in the world that is recognised by the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) provides you with 90 credits towards the MSc. Join us in January on a fast track route that takes just eight months to complete and comprises of two subject specific modules; Strategic Financial Management and Financial Risk Modelling, and the Masters Research Project.
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l cannot speak highly enough of the level of academic support I received during this course. The teaching was excellent and the course gave me a solid grounding in Risk Management. There was a great blend of academic theory and practicality which allowed me to apply what I had learned to the world around me.
MSc Risk Management
- International Financial Reporting and Regulation
- International Financial Management
- Financial Services Regulation
- Strategic Financial Management
- Contemporary Issues in Management Accounting
- Financial Risk Modelling