DEGREE: BACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN ACCOUNTING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Minor: Information Technology
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The specialized degree of Education in Accounting and Information Technology offers the students an opportunity to learn Accounting theory and concepts that are global and can fit the 21st Century Organization. This programme ensures that the student is able to fit into today’s dynamic and ever changing business world. The programme lays a strong foundation teaching skills of business studies in High Schools. The holders of Education with Accounting are expected to work in both public and private sectors including being able to comfortable handle and teach in secondary level schools.
The Bachelor’s degree in Education with Accounting curriculum is designed to achieve the following objectives:
- To enable students understand the nature of accounting as a discipline and how accounting can be used to enhance sustainable development of their economy.
- To offer advanced employable skills that can be used in both the public and private sector industry
- To enable the students get the necessary knowledge that would enable them fit in the accounting world.
- To prepare the students to take up on the professional course in Accounting and graduate studies.
- The course also aims at equipping students with research and technical analytical skills essential for their own development and also the development of the economy at large.
Structure and Requirements for Graduation
In order for AUCA student to graduate with the degree of Bachelor of Arts (Business) with Education, he/ she should complete the requirements as outlined in the above table and as described below.
General Education Courses
For the general education courses, check the section of general education requirements for more details.
Core (Professional) Courses
For the core (professional courses) in education, check the section of core (professional) requirements for more details.
Major and Minor in Accounting
For the Major (concentration) or Minor in Accounting, check the following table:
General Education Courses: 36 Credits
|Course Code||Name of the Course||Credits|
|ACCT||111||Principles of Accounting I||3|
|*ECON||112||Introduction to Economics||2|
|**PSYC||112||Introduction to Psychology||2|
|***EDPC||215||Human Developmental Psychology||3*|
|EDRE||113||Study and Research Methods||2|
|ENGL||114||English I: English Language and Grammar||2|
|RELB||116||Introduction to Bible Study||2|
|ENGL||122||English II: Writing Skills||2|
|INSY||124||Micro Computer Application||3|
|ENGL||211||English III: Communication Skills||2|
|RELT||221||Philosophy, Science and Religion||2|
* is not taken by students of Business Administration.
** is only taken by students of Business Administration and students of Theology
*** is only taken by students of Theology
List of Core (professional) Courses of the Faculty of Education
|Course Code||Course Title||Credit|
|EDTE||223||Introduction of the Teaching Profession||2|
|EDTE||312||Foundations and Principles of Curriculum||2|
|EDTE||311||Classroom Testing, Measurement, and Evaluation||2|
|EDRE||323||Educational Research Methods||3|
|EDTE||224||Principles of Teaching||2|
|EDPC||215||Human Developmental Psychology||3|
|STAT||216||Inferential Statistics in Education||3|
|EDAD||214||Pedagogy and History of Education||2|
|EDAD||322||Sociology of Education||2|
|EDAD||321||Foundation of School Administration||2|
|EDAD||412||Economics of Education||2|
|EDAD||117||Philosophy of Education||2|
|EDAD||318||Entrepreneurship & Project Management||3|