Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting Degree 

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Developing learners to be able to function in a wide range of financial and accounting tasks and to be able to function and add value in private and public sectors.

NQF Level 7

DISTANCE LEARNING

SAQA - 71778

Fulfilled By

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WHY study towards a BCom Accounting Degree?

Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting (BCom Accounting) Degree is a 3 year programme that focuses on equipping and developing students to be able to function in a wide range of financial and accounting tasks and to be able to function and add value in private and public sectors.  

What CAREER PATH's can I choose after completing this QUALIFICATION?

Chartered Accountant

Financial Risk Analyst

Business Owner

Forensic Accountant

Stock Broker

Programme STRUCTURE

YEAR 1

YEAR 2

YEAR 3

Semester Modules

Business Management 101

Business Statistics 102

Annual Modules

Accounting 1

Economics 1

Commercial Law 1

Semester Modules

Ethics 201

Accounting Information Systems 202

Annual Modules

Management Accounting and Finance 2

Auditing 2

Financial Accounting 2

Annual Modules

Management Accounting and Finance 3

Auditing 3

Financial Accounting 3

Taxation 3

Course OUTCOMES

Demonstrate foundational knowledge in a range of core disciplines, including business ethics, mathematics, statistics, accounting, taxation and commercial law.
Demonstrate forefront knowledge and expertise in information systems.
Provide accurate financial information vital in the organisational structures to management for decision making.
Apply competence and skills related to general management principles of planning, organising, leading and control.
Demonstrate an understanding of theories and practices pertaining to Auditing in the field of commerce and management studies.

ADMISSION requirements

The minimum entrance requirement for admission to the Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) programme is an E symbol in Mathematics, together with Bachelor’s Degree endorsement.

Applicants who do not meet the minimum requirements for admission to the respective undergraduate programme, but have appropriate work experience, may apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) as a form of alternative admission to the programme. Admissions via the RPL route are based on candidate’s prior studies, age, work and management experience. All admissions are subject to the approval of the RBS Selection Committee.