Graduates have a choice of going into direct practice either in the public or private sector, or go on to pursue professional accountant certifications such as the CPA (Certified Public Accountant), the ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants), and CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants), while meeting work requirements doing training at accounting firms. Accountants are some of the most highly esteemed professionals whose elite place in society has never been challenged.
Our curriculum is designed in collaboration with a team from employers, industry experts, and academia. Therefore, students will learn theories combined with hands-on applications and practical skills. These skills of researching and critical thinking, reading and analyzing financial statements, creating reports and presentations and interacting with stakeholders, will enable students to be employed right away.
During the duration of the programme, students will explore various depths and breadths of cost accounting, financial accounting, managerial accounting, corporate accounting, accounting information systems, auditing and assurance, international financial reporting standards (IFRS), generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), stakeholder values and ethics, issues in financial reporting, information technology for accountants, quantitative methods, corporate finance, organizational behaviour, business economics, business law, company and association law, taxation law and practices, financial statements and investment analysis, cost management, innovation and entrepreneurship, and advanced business communication.
When students graduate, they will be full-fledged accounting graduates, ready and able to correctly and effectively prepare profit and loss statements for business entities; establish accounting practices and procedures for start-up companies and provide sound advice on the management of these; analyse budgets and other financial information and offer advice on how costs can be reduced and savings maximized; produce budgets for businesses and implement strategies for minimising costs; maintain accurate and timely records of company accounts; improve business efficiency in finances; compute statements of taxes owed, prepare tax returns and ensure that they are filed correctly and that payment is made on time; and ensure compliance with laws and regulations.
Because an accountant’s work is no easy task, MAHSA’s Bachelor of Accounting with Honours, will ensure that its graduates are fully equipped with all the necessary knowledge that is expected of a professional accountant.
|1||TITAS (Tamadun Islam & Tamadun Asia) / Pengajian Malaysia 3|
|Financial Accounting I||BAA 1163|
|Business Mathematics||BAQ 1153|
|Principles of Management||BAM 1313|
|Hubungan Etnik / Bahasa Komunikasi 2||MPU3113 / MPU3213|
|Principles of Marketing||BAM 2423|
|Business Statistics||BAQ 1243|
|Financial Accounting II||BAA 1253|
|Ethics, Governance & Accountability||BAU 2623|
|Cost Accounting||BAA 2413|
|Introduction to Finance||BAF 1323|
|Business Law||BAL 2453|
|Financial Reporting I||BAA 2443|
|Taxation I||BAA 2613|
|Community Work||MPU 3412|
|Financial Management||BAF 2253|
|Taxation II||BAA 3763|
|Management Accounting II|
|Financial Reporting II||BAA 2543|
|Company Law||BAL 2523|
|Public Sector Accounting||BAA 3773|
|Corporate Reporting||BAA 3713|
|3||Advance Corporate Reporting||BAA 3813|
|Business Research Methods||MGT 3043|
|Accounting Information System||BAA 3733|
|Accounting Theory & Practice||BAA 3743|
|Auditing & Assurance Services I||BAA 2563|
|Auditing & Assurance Services II||BAA 3833|
|Industrial Training BAA 3916|
|Community Work||MPU 3412|
|Comparative Religion||MPU 3312|
|Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia|
|Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi|
|Matriculation/Foundation||Matriculation/Foundation qualification or its equivalent with a minimum CGPA of 2.50, and credits in Mathematics and a pass in English at SPM level|
|STPM||A pass in STPM or its equivalent, with a minimum Grade C+ (GP 2.33) in any TWO (2) subjects and credits in Mathematics and a pass in English at SPM level|
|STAM||A pass in Sijil Tinggi Agama Malaysia (STAM) with a minimum grade of Jayyid, (good) and credits in Mathematics and a pass in English at SPM level|
|A-Levels||A pass with Grade D in any TWO (2) subjects and credit in Mathematics in SPM level or equivalent|
|IB||Pass with a minimum score of 24|
|UEC||Pass with minimum grade B in any FIVE (5) subjects (including Mathematics and any other FOUR (4) subjects)|
|SAM/AUSMAT/SACE||Pass in any TWO (2) subjects with ATAR score of 50%|
|MUFY/CIMP I CPU/INDIAN PRE U/HSC SYDNEY AUST/UNSW/AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL WITH AP/VCE/ONTARIO/NCEA LEVEL3/NEW ZEALAND BURSARY||Pass with 50% in any TWO (2) subjects|
|Diploma||A diploma in accounting or related field, or its equivalent with a minimum CGPA of 2.50, and credits in Mathematics and a pass in English at SPM level|
|Other||Other relevant equivalent qualifications approved by Malaysian Government|
|APEL||Age 21 years & above and experience in related field|
|International||IELTS: 5.5 | TOEFL PBT: 550 | MEET: BAND 2|
Why Study at MAHSA
Demonstrate to postgraduate programmes or future employers that the student can do independent, creative work and enhanced students experience through many platforms such as:
Physical and virtual libraries
Learning Management System (LMS)
HigMy interactive cyber classrooms
Social enrichments via cultural diversity among students
Workshops and seminars
Immersion teaching approach by experienced and qualified lecturers.
Focusing on student functional working skills.
Industry-relevant curriculum fully accredited by MQA resulting to high employability.
Develop competencies and skills that will be useful throughout life, in many different contexts, such as:
Intellectual judgment and independence
Ability to plan and implement a project and complete it
Ability to meet a challenge and succeed
Contribute to the knowledge of the world
Discover life's intellectual passion