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What To Expect? BS in Accountancy Edition

What is Bachelor of Science in Accountancy?

The Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA) program is a five-year program focused on subjects in financial, public, and managerial accounting, auditing, administration, business laws, and taxation. The program also teaches students to integrate information technology concepts into business systems, to create a more systematic and organized way of storing business-related data. Aside from business topics, BSA also equips students with a basic understanding of computer programming and auditing systems. 

A bachelor's degree in accounting can give you the education you need to put your strengths to work so you can advise businesses, organizations, and individuals to help them achieve their goals.

Subjects and Curriculum;

Law on Obligations and Contracts
Business Laws and Regulations
Regulatory Framework and Legal Issues in Business
Management Science
International Business and Trade
Accounting Research Methods
Statistical Analysis with Software Application
Governance, Business Ethics, Risk Management, and Internal Control
Managerial Economics
Economic Development
Financial Accounting and Reporting
Conceptual Framework and Accounting Standard
Intermediate Accounting 1, 2, and 3
Accounting Information System
Cost Accounting and Control

Career Opportunities
Graduates of BS in Accountancy may pursue a career path in various corporate and auditing companies. They may for roles such as an accounting associate, audit staff, financial accounting and reporting staff, state accounting examiner, state accountant, and budget analyst.

What To Expect?

Expect that accounting students to be preparing and analyzing financial statements (i.e., income statements, balance sheets and cash flow statements). Managerial accounting will be focused on internal numbers and reports and is forward-looking. Financial accounting tracks performance and reports these numbers to external stakeholders.

You will learn about regulations and taxes and how these impact the overall accounting function. International accounting will be important if you work for a global company and coursework will cover the differences between U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

Take little steps. Make sure to understand the topic you're currently studying before going to the next as you still need the knowledge that you will learn from your major subjects in the CPA board exam.

Source: https://www.finduniversity.ph/majors/bs-in-accountancy-philippines/