Diploma in Business Accounting
Competence in the theory and practice of accounting is necessary in all organisations – businesses, not for profit entities and the public sector. The programme is intended for those seeking a career in Accounting. It equips graduates with the knowledge and skills required in the accounting sector of business.
The Diploma in Business Accounting qualification is conferred by The Independent Institute of Education (The IIE).
Course Duration: Minimum 3 years
Accreditation and Registration: HEQC accredited, DHET registered SAQA registration number 87366
Management Accountant, Financial Analyst, Financial Controller, Accounting Officers, Operations Officers, Cost Accountants, General Managers: Finance, Municipal Finance Managers, NGO Administrators and Finance Managers
- Business Communication
- Business Calculations
- Accounting 1 A
- Introduction to Personal Computing
- Business Management 1 A
- Accounting 1 B
- Business Mathematics – A
- Business Management 1B
- Business Mathematics – B
- Computer Based Accounting
- Economics – A
- Management Accounting -A
- Taxation A
- Economics – B
- WIL module – year 2 module
- Management Accounting -B
- Advanced Spreadsheet Projects
- Taxation B
- Financial Accounting -A
- Ethics, Corporate Governance and Business Law – A
- Financial Accounting -B
- Ethics, Corporate Governance and Business Law – B
- Work Integrated Learning
A National Senior Certificate with admission to a Diploma or equivalent.
Mature age exemption to a Diploma:
Candidates having attained the age of 23 before or during the first year of registration with a Senior Certificate or equivalent, with a minimum of 40% in at least four Higher or Standard Grade subjects, at least three of which must have been passed simultaneously and one of which must be a recognised Higher Grade subject, may apply for admission.
Candidates having attained the age of 45 before or during the first year of registration may apply for admission.