Heres a quick overview of the BSc degree in Management Sciences and Accounting offered by the Management School at the University of Southampton for prospective students.
The management sciences component of this BSc degree in Management Sciences and Accounting applies a rational, analytical approach to management, to improve organisational performance.
Using modelling, simulation and other analytical techniques, a management sciences approach can identify alternative strategies and guide practical action.
The accounting component of the BSc Management Sciences and Accounting degree course is concerned with the provision and analysis of information for a variety of purposes.
These include: regulation, resource allocation, and a range of other decision making tasks, both within and outside an organisation.
It is informed by a range of perspectives including those from economics, mathematics, behavioural and political science, psychology and sociology.
Both the management sciences and accounting components of the BSc Management and Accounting degree course carry equal weight in terms of assessment.
At the University of Southampton we have a great track record for producing high-calibre professionals who move into good careers soon after graduation.
A recent survey of Management School graduates showed that 89 per cent were employed or undertaking further study within six months.
This degree in Management Sciences and Accounting is recognised by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), and the Association of International Accountants (AIA).
This recognition means that graduates from the BSc Management Sciences and Accounting degree course will receive exemption from some professional accountancy examinations, depending on what modules they elected to undertake.
It is possible to find out more information about the BSc degree in Management Sciences and Accounting at the University of Southampton by visiting the Management Schools website.
All you have to do is go to www.southampton.ac.uk/management