Bachelor of Management Honours in Accounting degree at KIU mainly focuses on the areas of Accounting, Taxation, Corporate Finance, Investments and Financial Markets and Statistics. During four years of the degree, undergraduates will be able to acquire specialist knowledge in the field of Accounting as well as Finance, with the latest developments in Accounting and other related fields. Undergraduates who follow the Bachelor of Management Honours in Accounting degree at KIU are required to conduct a research related to the field of accounting, during their last academic semester.
Students can conduct their research by selecting a topic from the broad area related to accounting such as Banking, Working Capital Management, Taxation Policies, Investments in Financial Markets, Corporate Governance, Risk and Return, Management of Cash Flows, Management of Credit and Accounting Systems. During the four years, undergraduates will be able to gain the knowledge of different subjects which will help them to conduct their researches appropriately. By conducting researches related to accounting, the undergraduates will be able to enhance their knowledge related to the corporate world and they will be able to find solutions to the problems with research context using quantitative and qualitative approaches.