Diploma in Accounting & Finance

Undergraduate Course

A two-year (or a four-semester) full-time course of study leading to the award of the Diploma in Accounting and Finance. Students taking less than the normal load must complete the course within a period of four years.

The programme aims at:

  • providing a body of knowledge and developing the capacity for analysis, reasoning and judgement at the accounting “technician” level.
  • providing an understanding of the social, legal, economic and organizational environment of the accounting process, to explore the theoretical foundations of accounting and to examine current practice, problems and developments.
  • developing in students the necessary skills to recognise the structure of financial problems and an aid to decision making.

 

Year 1

Semester 1 ECTS
Core Subjects
CST-115 MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS I 5
BSM-110 ECONOMICS I 5
BSM-112 BUSINESS LAW I 5
CST-110 COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS I 5
ACF-110 ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE I 5
Electives: 1 from 5
PSY-111 General Phychology I 5
PMA-111 Financial Services Environment 5
PSY-113 Introduction to Social Phychology 5
BSM-111 Theory and Practice of Management I 5
PRL-130 Communication and Language Development I 5
FMA-111 Financial Services Environment 5
Semester 2
Core Subjects
CST-331 COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING I 5
ACF-212 COSTING I 5
CST-125 MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS II 5
BSM-120 ECONOMICS II 5
ACF-120 ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE II 5
Electives: 1 or 2 from (5-10)
BSM-221 Principles of Marketing 5
FMA-113 Investment Regulation and Practice 5
PSY-123 Introduction to Lifespan Psychology 5
PSY-121 General Psychology II 5
PRL-140 Communication and Language Development II 5
BSM-121 Theory and Practice of Management II 5
PSY-410 The Impact of Greek Civilization on Europe I 5

Year 2

Semester 3 ECTS
Core Subjects
ACF-211 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I 5
ACF-314 MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING I 5
ACF-215 COMPANY LAW I 5
ACF-315 FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCE I 5
Electives: 2 from 10
PRL-137 German Language I 5
CST-232 Operations Research 5
CST-429 Financial Information Systems 5
BSM-210 Managerial Economics I 5
PRL-230 Communication in Practice I 5
FMA-211 Security Investment 5
BSM-230 Personnel Management & Organizational Behaviour I 5
PSS-110 Modern Society and Sociology 5
ACF-336 Auditing I 5
ACF-337 Taxation I 5
GEN-350 Multidisciplinary Project 5
CST-120 Computers and Applications II 5
PSY-227 Organizational Psychology 5
CST-127 Multimedia and Internet Applications 5
BSM-331 Marketing Management I 5
PRL-134 French Language I 5
Semester 4
Core Subjects
ACF-225 COMPANY LAW II 5
ACF-325 FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCE II 5
ACF-221 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II 5
ACF-324 MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING II 5
Electives: 2 from 10
ACF-347 Taxation II 5
CST-341 Computerized Accounting II 5
BSM-341 Marketing Management II 5
BSM-322 Corporate Strategy and Planning 5
CST-127 Multimedia and Internet Applications 5
BSM-334 Modelling Financial Decisions and Markets I 5
ACF-435 Security and Investment Analysis 5
ACF-439 Company Financial Reporting 5
ACF-346 Auditing II 5
ACF-348 International Accounting 5
PRL-111 Public Relations I 5
PSY-120 Sociological Theory 5
PRL-147 German Language II 5
PRL-144 French Language II 5
BSM-220 Managerial Economics II 5
BSM-240 Personnel Management & Org. Behaviour II 5
PRL-240 Communication in Practice II 5
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