ACCA Oxford Brookes в Узбекистане

Syllabus Outline

Foundation Level

Applied Skills module

FA1 Recording Financial Transactions

– Types of business transactions and documentation
– Duality of transactions and the double entry system
– Banking system and transactions
– Payroll
– Ledger accounts
– Cash and bank
– Sales and credit transactions
– Purchases and credit transactions
– Reconciliation
– Preparing the trial balance

MA1 Management Information

– Explain the nature and purpose of cost and management accounting
– Identify source documents in costing systems and correctly code data
– Classify costs by nature, behaviour and purpose
– Record costs for material, labour and expenses
– Use spreadsheets in Microsoft Excel

FA2 Maintaining Financial Records

– Explain generally accepted accounting principles and concepts
– Outline the principles and process of basic bookkeeping
– Prepare journals and ledger accounts
– Recording transactions and events
– Preparing a trial balance
– Reconcile the control accounts and cashbook
– Extend the trial balance, process year-
end adjustments and prepare final accounts
– Account for partnerships

MA2 Managing Costs and Finance

– Explain the role of costing within the organisation and how costs are classified
– Describe and record costs by classification
– Explain and apply cost accounting techniques
– Recording transactions and events
– Use management accounting techniques to make and support decision-making
– Explain principles of cash management

FAB Accountant in Business

– Understand the purpose and types of businesses and how they interact with key stakeholders and the external environment
– Understand business organisation structure, functions and the role of corporate governance
– Recognise the function of accountancy and audit in communicating, reporting and assuring financial information and in effective financial control and compliance
– Understand the importance of personal effectiveness as the basis for effective team and organisational behaviour
– Recognise that all aspects of business and finance should be conducted in a manner which complies with and is in the spirit of accepted professional

FMA Management Accounting

– Explain the nature, source and purpose of management information
– Explain and apply cost accounting techniques
– Prepare budgets for planning and control
– Compare actual costs with standard costs and analyse any variances control
– Explain and apply performance measurements and monitor business performance

FFA Financial Accounting

– Explain the context and purpose of financial reporting
– Define the qualitative characteristics of financial information
– Demonstrate the use of double-entry and accounting systems
– Record transactions and events
– Prepare a trial balance
– Prepare basic financial statements for incorporated and unincorporated entities
– Prepare simple consolidated financial statements
– Interpretation of financial statements

Corporate & Business Law (LW)

– Essential elements of legal systems
– International business transactions
– Transportation and payment of international business transactions
– The formation and constitution of business organisations
– Capital and the financing of companies
– Management, administration and the regulation of companies
– Insolvency law
– Corporate fraudulent and criminal behavior

Performance Management (PM)

– Specialist cost and management accounting techniques
– Decision-making techniques
– Budgeting and control
– Performance measurement and control

Taxation (TX-INT)

– The Russian tax system and its administration
– Income tax liabilities
– Corporate profits tax liabilities
– Value added tax (VAT)
– Insurance contributions (IC)
– Corporate property tax

Financial Reporting (FR)

– The conceptual and regulatory framework for financial reporting
– Accounting for transactions in financial statements
– Analysing and interpreting the financial statements of single entities and groups
– Preparation of financial statements

Audit & Assurance (AA)

– Audit framework and regulation
– Planning and risk assessment
– Internal control
– Audit evidence
– Review and reporting

Financial Management (FM)

– Financial management function
– Financial management environment
– Working capital management
– Investment appraisal
– Business finance
– Business valuations
– Risk management

Academic modules

Developing English Language Skills

Develops your English language skills to be able to communicate effectively beyond simple everyday contexts. It aims to improve your reading, writing, listening and speaking and enables you to acquire a broad range of knowledge that you can use to communicate confidently and effectively in English. This unit guides you through Intermediate and Upper-Intermediate levels of English language study.

Microsoft PowerPoint

– Getting Acquainted
– Tab Overview, Part One
– Tab Overview, Part Two
– Creating Presentations
– Printing and Viewing Your Presentation
– Adding the Finishing Touches
– Adding Art to Your Presentation
– Working with Pictures
– Adding Diagrams, Charts and Tables
– Adding Multimedia to a Presentation
– Setting up Slide Masters
– Reviewing Presentations
– Creating Advanced Types of Shows

IELTS

Enables you to put into practice the language you have acquired and develop into an advanced user of English. You
will make extensive use of the four skills of speaking,reading, listening and writing, as well as extending your knowledge of complex grammar and advanced vocabulary. After this course you learn tip and strategies of IELTS exam.

Microsoft Word

– The Word Interface
– Advanced Tabs and Customization
– Creating Documents
– Doing More with Text
– Printing and Viewing Your Document
– Managing Your Documents
– Using Formatting Tools
– Creating Headers and Footers
– Using Time Saving Tools
– Finish Your Document
– Working with Pictures
– Working with Shapes
– Working with Advanced Graphics
– Creating Tables
– Creating Equations and Charts

English for Academic Purposes

Develops your understanding and use of the key linguistic skills necessary toengage effectively in an academic environment where you are being taught in English.

Microsoft Excel

– The Excel Interface
– Excel Basics
– Editing Your Workbook
– Printing and Viewing your Workbook
– Advanced File Tasks
– Working with Functions and Formulas
– Managing Tables
– Adding the Finishing Touches
– Showing Data as a Graphic
– Getting the Most From Your Data
– Pivoting Data
– Charting Pivoted Data
– Advanced Excel Tasks

Study and Communication Skills

Equips you with the essential study skills needed to succeed at university level. You will learn the basic skills necessary
to conduct independent research, write academic papers, give formal oral presentations and apply what has been taught during lectures to your studies.

Microsoft Outlook

– Understanding and Customizing the Outlook Interface
– Tab Overview (Mail Interface)
– Tab Overview (Outlook Item Interface)
– Sending E-mail
– Information Management
– Organizing Your E-mail
– A Word Primer
– Understanding E-mail Accounts
– Microsoft Exchange Server
– Advanced E-mail Features
– Advanced Information Management Tools
– Advanced Topics
– Data Management
– Outlook Security

Syllabus Outline

Foundation Level

FA1 Recording Financial Transactions

– Types of business transactions and documentation
– Duality of transactions and the double entry system
– Banking system and transactions
– Payroll
– Ledger accounts
– Cash and bank
– Sales and credit transactions
– Purchases and credit transactions
– Reconciliation
– Preparing the trial balance

MA1 Management Information

– Explain the nature and purpose of cost and management accounting
– Identify source documents in costing systems and correctly code data
– Classify costs by nature, behaviour and purpose
– Record costs for material, labour and expenses
– Use spreadsheets in Microsoft Excel

FA2 Maintaining Financial Records

– Explain generally accepted accounting principles and concepts
– Outline the principles and process of basic bookkeeping
– Prepare journals and ledger accounts
– Recording transactions and events
– Preparing a trial balance
– Reconcile the control accounts and cashbook
– Extend the trial balance, process year-
end adjustments and prepare final accounts
– Account for partnerships

MA2 Managing Costs and Finance

– Explain the role of costing within the organisation and how costs are classified
– Describe and record costs by classification
– Explain and apply cost accounting techniques
– Recording transactions and events
– Use management accounting techniques to make and support decision-making
– Explain principles of cash management

FAB Accountant in Business

– Understand the purpose and types of businesses and how they interact with key stakeholders and the external environment
– Understand business organisation structure, functions and the role of corporate governance
– Recognise the function of accountancy and audit in communicating, reporting and assuring financial information and in effective financial control and compliance
– Understand the importance of personal effectiveness as the basis for effective team and organisational behaviour
– Recognise that all aspects of business and finance should be conducted in a manner which complies with and is in the spirit of accepted professional

FMA Management Accounting

– Explain the nature, source and purpose of management information
– Explain and apply cost accounting techniques
– Prepare budgets for planning and control
– Compare actual costs with standard costs and analyse any variances control
– Explain and apply performance measurements and monitor business performance

FFA Financial Accounting

– Explain the context and purpose of financial reporting
– Define the qualitative characteristics of financial information
– Demonstrate the use of double-entry and accounting systems
– Record transactions and events
– Prepare a trial balance
– Prepare basic financial statements for incorporated and unincorporated entities
– Prepare simple consolidated financial statements
– Interpretation of financial statements

Applied Skills module

Corporate & Business Law (LW)

– Essential elements of legal systems
– International business transactions
– Transportation and payment of international business transactions
– The formation and constitution of business organisations
– Capital and the financing of companies
– Management, administration and the regulation of companies
– Insolvency law
– Corporate fraudulent and criminal behavior

Performance Management (PM)

– Specialist cost and management accounting techniques
– Decision-making techniques
– Budgeting and control
– Performance measurement and control

Taxation (TX-INT)

– The Russian tax system and its administration
– Income tax liabilities
– Corporate profits tax liabilities
– Value added tax (VAT)
– Insurance contributions (IC)
– Corporate property tax

Financial Reporting (FR)

– The conceptual and regulatory framework for financial reporting
– Accounting for transactions in financial statements
– Analysing and interpreting the financial statements of single entities and groups
– Preparation of financial statements

Audit & Assurance (AA)

– Audit framework and regulation
– Planning and risk assessment
– Internal control
– Audit evidence
– Review and reporting

Financial Management (FM)

– Financial management function
– Financial management environment
– Working capital management
– Investment appraisal
– Business finance
– Business valuations
– Risk management

Academic modules

Developing English Language Skills

Develops your English language skills to be able to communicate effectively beyond simple everyday contexts. It aims to improve your reading, writing, listening and speaking and enables you to acquire a broad range of knowledge that you can use to communicate confidently and effectively in English. This unit guides you through Intermediate and Upper-Intermediate levels of English language study.

Microsoft PowerPoint

– Getting Acquainted
– Tab Overview, Part One
– Tab Overview, Part Two
– Creating Presentations
– Printing and Viewing Your Presentation
– Adding the Finishing Touches
– Adding Art to Your Presentation
– Working with Pictures
– Adding Diagrams, Charts and Tables
– Adding Multimedia to a Presentation
– Setting up Slide Masters
– Reviewing Presentations
– Creating Advanced Types of Shows

IELTS

Enables you to put into practice the language you have acquired and develop into an advanced user of English. You
will make extensive use of the four skills of speaking,reading, listening and writing, as well as extending your knowledge of complex grammar and advanced vocabulary. After this course you learn tip and strategies of IELTS exam.

Microsoft Word

– The Word Interface
– Advanced Tabs and Customization
– Creating Documents
– Doing More with Text
– Printing and Viewing Your Document
– Managing Your Documents
– Using Formatting Tools
– Creating Headers and Footers
– Using Time Saving Tools
– Finish Your Document
– Working with Pictures
– Working with Shapes
– Working with Advanced Graphics
– Creating Tables
– Creating Equations and Charts

English for Academic Purposes

Develops your understanding and use of the key linguistic skills necessary toengage effectively in an academic environment where you are being taught in English.

Microsoft Excel

– The Excel Interface
– Excel Basics
– Editing Your Workbook
– Printing and Viewing your Workbook
– Advanced File Tasks
– Working with Functions and Formulas
– Managing Tables
– Adding the Finishing Touches
– Showing Data as a Graphic
– Getting the Most From Your Data
– Pivoting Data
– Charting Pivoted Data
– Advanced Excel Tasks

Study and Communication Skills

Equips you with the essential study skills needed to succeed at university level. You will learn the basic skills necessary
to conduct independent research, write academic papers, give formal oral presentations and apply what has been taught during lectures to your studies.

Microsoft Outlook

– Understanding and Customizing the Outlook Interface
– Tab Overview (Mail Interface)
– Tab Overview (Outlook Item Interface)
– Sending E-mail
– Information Management
– Organizing Your E-mail
– A Word Primer
– Understanding E-mail Accounts
– Microsoft Exchange Server
– Advanced E-mail Features
– Advanced Information Management Tools
– Advanced Topics
– Data Management
– Outlook Security

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