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Applied Auditing (Namibian Students on ly) - NAU4862
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in Auditing - displaying a high level of integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain accounting competencies. The module is designed to facilitate students' acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Auditing topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to the field; and a thorough understanding of how to apply such knowledge to scenarios grounded in the real-world. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: the audit process; pre-engagement activities; planning an audit; the Code of Professional Conduct, the Auditing Profession Act; King III Report and Code of Governance for South Africa; SAICA syllabus relating to Close Corporation act and Companies act; audit evidence; tests of controls, substantive procedures and completion of the audit.
Advanced Financial Accounting I (Namibian Students on ly) - NFA4861
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards - displaying some integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. The module is designed to facilitate students' acquisition and understanding of the underlying principles of International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards, and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in a particular context. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: The application of the Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting and other financial reporting standards in the measurement and recording of accounting data and the preparation of financial statements.
Advanced Financial Accounting II (Namibian Students on ly) - NFA4862
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in consolidated financial statements - displaying some integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. To explain and apply underlying principles according to which consolidated financial statements are prepared and to strengthen and deepen students' knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards on an application level relating to consolidations. The module is designed to facilitate students' acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Financial Accounting topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to the field; and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in a particular context. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: Separate financial statements; Consolidated financial statements; Business combinations; Investments in associates and joint ventures; Joint arrangements; Related parties; Changes in degree of control and Consolidated statement of cash flows.
Applied Financial Accounting I (Namibian Students on ly) - NFA4863
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards - displaying high level of integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. The module is designed to facilitate students' acquisition and thorough understanding of the underlying principles of International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards, and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in to scenarios grounded in the real-world. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: The application of the Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting and other financial reporting standards in the measurement and recording of accounting data and the preparation of financial statements.
Applied Financial Accounting II (Namibian Students on ly) - NFA4864
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in consolidated financial statements - displaying a high level of integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. To explain and apply underlying principles according to which consolidated financial statements are prepared and to strengthen and deepen students' knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards on an application level relating to consolidations. The module is designed to facilitate students' acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Financial Accounting topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to the field; and a thorough understanding of how to apply such knowledge to scenarios grounded in the real-world. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: Separate financial statements; Consolidated financial statements; Business combinations; Investments in associates and joint ventures; Joint arrangements; Related parties; Changes in degree of control; Foreign operations; Consolidated statement of cash flows and Analysis and interpretation of financial and non-financial information.
Advanced Auditing (Zimbabwean Students on ly) - ZAU4861
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in Auditing - displaying some integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain accounting competencies. The module is designed to facilitate students' acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Auditing topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to the field; and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in a particular context. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: the audit process; pre-engagement activities; planning an audit; the Code of Professional Conduct, the Auditing Profession Act; King III Report and Code of Governance for South Africa; SAICA syllabus relating to Close Corporation act and Companies act; audit evidence; tests of controls, substantive procedures and completion of the audit.
Applied Auditing (Zimbabwean Students on ly) - ZAU4862
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in consolidated financial statements - displaying some integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. To explain and apply underlying principles according to which consolidated financial statements are prepared and to strengthen and deepen students' knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards on an application level relating to consolidations. The module is designed to facilitate students' acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Financial Accounting topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to the field; and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in a particular context. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: Separate financial statements; Consolidated financial statements; Business combinations; Investments in associates and joint ventures; Joint arrangements; Related parties; Changes in degree of control and Consolidated statement of cash flows.
Advanced Financial Accounting I (Zimbabwean Students on ly) - ZFA4861
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards - displaying some integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. The module is designed to facilitate students' acquisition and understanding of the underlying principles of International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards, and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in a particular context. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: The application of the Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting and other financial reporting standards in the measurement and recording of accounting data and the preparation of financial statements.
Advanced Financial Accounting II (Zimbabwean Students on ly) - ZFA4862
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To explain and apply the underlying principles according to which consolidated financial statements are prepared.
Advanced Auditing - AUE4861
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in Auditing - displaying some integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain accounting competencies. The module is designed to facilitate students' acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Auditing topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to the field; and a thorough understanding of how to apply such knowledge to scenarios grounded in the real-world. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: the audit process; pre-engagement activities; planning an audit; the Code of Professional Conduct, the Auditing Profession Act; King III Report and Code of Governance for South Africa; SAICA syllabus relating to Close Corporation act and Companies act; audit evidence; tests of controls, substantive procedures and completion of the audit.
Applied Financial Accounting I (Zimbabwean Students on ly) - ZFA4863
Honours,Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards - displaying high level of integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. The module is designed to facilitate students' acquisition and thorough understanding of the underlying principles of International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards, and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in to scenarios grounded in the real-world. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: The application of the Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting and other financial reporting standards in the measurement and recording of accounting data and the preparation of financial statements.
Applied Auditing - AUE4862
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in Auditing - displaying a high level of integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain accounting competencies. The module is designed to facilitate students' acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Auditing topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to the field; and a thorough understanding of how to apply such knowledge to scenarios grounded in the real-world. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: the audit process; pre-engagement activities; planning an audit; the Code of Professional Conduct, the Auditing Profession Act; King III Report and Code of Governance for South Africa; SAICA syllabus relating to Close Corporation act and Companies act; audit evidence; tests of controls, substantive procedures and completion of the audit.
Applied Financial Accounting II (Zimbabwean Students on ly) - ZFA4864
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To strengthen and deepen students' knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards on an application level, consolidation standards.To equip students with specific competencies in consolidated financial statements - displaying a high level of integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. To explain and apply underlying principles according to which consolidated financial statements are prepared and to strengthen and deepen students' knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards on an application level relating to consolidations. The module is designed to facilitate students' acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Financial Accounting topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to the field; and a thorough understanding of how to apply such knowledge to scenarios grounded in the real-world. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: Separate financial statements; Consolidated financial statements; Business combinations; Investments in associates and joint ventures; Joint arrangements; Related parties; Changes in degree of control; Foreign operations; Consolidated statement of cash flows and Analysis and interpretation of financial and non-financial information.
Advanced Financial Accounting I - FAC4861
Masters Degree,Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards - displaying some integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. The module is designed to facilitate students' acquisition and understanding of the underlying principles of International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards, and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in a particular context. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: The application of the Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting and other financial reporting standards in the measurement and recording of accounting data and the preparation of financial statements.
Advanced Financial Accounting II - FAC4862
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in consolidated financial statements - displaying some integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. To explain and apply underlying principles according to which consolidated financial statements are prepared and to strengthen and deepen students' knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards on an application level relating to consolidations. The module is designed to facilitate students' acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Financial Accounting topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to the field; and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in a particular context. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: Separate financial statements; Consolidated financial statements; Business combinations; Investments in associates and joint ventures; Joint arrangements; Related parties; Changes in degree of control and Consolidated statement of cash flows.
Advanced Financial Accounting I - FAC4863
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards - displaying high level of integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. The module is designed to facilitate students' acquisition and thorough understanding of the underlying principles of International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards, and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in to scenarios grounded in the real-world. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: The application of the Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting and other financial reporting standards in the measurement and recording of accounting data and the preparation of financial statements.
Applied Financial Accounting II - FAC4864
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in consolidated financial statements - displaying a high level of integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. To explain and apply underlying principles according to which consolidated financial statements are prepared and to strengthen and deepen students' knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards on an application level relating to consolidations. The module is designed to facilitate students' acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Financial Accounting topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to the field; and a thorough understanding of how to apply such knowledge to scenarios grounded in the real-world. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: Separate financial statements; Consolidated financial statements; Business combinations; Investments in associates and joint ventures; Joint arrangements; Related parties; Changes in degree of control; Foreign operations; Consolidated statement of cash flows and Analysis and interpretation of financial and non-financial information.
Advanced Auditing (Namibian Students on ly) - NAU4861
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in Auditing - displaying some integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain accounting competencies. The module is designed to facilitate students' acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Auditing topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to the field; and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in a particular context. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: the audit process; pre-engagement activities; planning an audit; the Code of Professional Conduct, the Auditing Profession Act; King III Report and Code of Governance for South Africa; SAICA syllabus relating to Close Corporation act and Companies act; audit evidence; tests of controls, substantive procedures and completion of the audit.