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Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)

M2 Academy
Aligarh, Singapore
Bachelor's Degree
Study mode
Full-time, Part-time
16 months
Total tuition fee (local)
USD 20,641
Total tuition fee (foreign)
USD 23,744

Entry Requirements

The programme is designed for students with the following qualifications:

  • A polytechnic diploma in a relevant discipline


  • A Diploma in Business Awarded by M2 Academy


  • Other equivalent diploma, advanced or higher diploma qualifications, which will be assessed on a case-by-case basis
  • IELTs 6.0 or equivalent (For international students only)

The programme is also suitable for mature-age learners looking to return to study and progress their career.


The programme adopts a flexible delivery mode with face-to-face and online materials available. It combines lectures, tutorials, seminars and workshop sessions, with a student to faculty ratio of 1:36. Students will be assessed based on written assignments, presentations, group projects and written examinations. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:

  • Apply knowledge of the key areas of financial and management accounting, auditing, tax and law, which is necessary for professional accounting practice
  • Comprehend and apply knowledge of the principles and practices of commerce, as well as to provide information on accounting, auditing, tax and business advisory services to various businesses
  • Develop student goal-setting, critical reflection, self-directed learning and self-management skills, which facilitate life-long learning and fulfil the evolving needs of professional practice in relevant fields
  • Demonstrate problem-solving, analytical and critical thinking qualities through the programme's varied written and oral assessments
  • Utilise methods, frameworks and principles to gather and evaluate financial, accounting and tax information
  • Appreciate the significance of group and individual work
  • Apply knowledge and principles to facilitate group functioning, as well as manage group conflict and dynamics
  • Identify and respond appropriately to ethical dilemmas, as well as provide examples of ethical and unethical behaviour in course materials and class discussions
  • Demonstrate communication skills in a range of written and oral assessments
  • Demonstrate understanding and apply knowledge of international accounting standards and international accounting issues

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