MSc Accounting, Governance and Financial Management
Sheffield University Management School, Faculty of Social Sciences
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I was attracted by the small class sizes and combination of the interactive teaching programme and research project within an organisation to provide real-world work experience.
Jessica Pickard, postgraduate student in Sheffield University Management School
About the course
|September 2018 start
This course is closed for 2018 applications.
This programme will explore the financial management of a range of organisations.
The first semester will set the scene with foundation modules, then you will be guided into more advanced material. On graduation, you will be fully equipped to take on an advanced accounting or financial management role in a variety of organisations.
The special emphasis on governance means that this masters is ideal if you want to be a financial manager in an organisation or if you want to go into financial services, as an auditor, for example.
Like all our masters, this programme will combine rigorous academic work with practical experience. Through seminars, group work, real-life case studies and a dissertation, you’ll develop the skills – and the judgement – to practise financial management in any sector.
- Corporate Governance
- Management Accounting
- Financial Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis
- Research Methods for Finance and Accounting
- Financial Management
Examples of optional modules
Four of the following:
- International Financial Reporting
- Performance Management
- Quantitative Methods for Finance and Accounting
- Corporate Finance
- International Corporate Governance
- Philosophical Perspectives on Accounting, Financial Management and Finance
- Supply Chain Accounting and Finance
- Comparative Finance and Financial Services
Lectures, seminars, case studies, group work for collaborative learning, and web-based discussion groups.
Individual assignments, group projects, end-of-semester examinations and a dissertation.
1 year full-time
The course information set out here may change before you begin, particularly if you are applying significantly in advance of the start date.