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Accounting at Derby is recognised as one of the best courses in the UK. In the Guardian League Table 2016, Accounting and Finance at Derby is ranked in the top four of all Midlands universities, and 17th nationally.
The finance units provide students with an understanding of the way in which financial intermediaries and institutions operate and the structure and functioning of financial markets.
The programme draws heavily on knowledge generated from social science theory.
The study of economics gives students a greater understanding of monetary and industrial economics as well as a broad perspective of world economics.
The degree provides students with a comprehensive grounding in accounting and finance within a solid framework of social science.
Business programmes at IUMW are meticulously designed to produce high-performing individuals that can succeed in any context across the world.
The modules will allow students to combine knowledge of Islamic jurisprudence with financial products.
The programme provides an overview of the use of biologically derived materials for a multitude of applications and the practical skills behind them.
The Bachelor of Arts in Accounting and Finance prepares graduates to be the backbone of any organization's finance department.
This programme encompasses a range of subjects with a commitment to professional practice, creativity and employability.
The American Degree Transfer Program (ADTP) is a credit transfer program that gives students a fast track to American universities.
The AUSMAT programme is well-structured with a balanced emphasis on coursework and external examinations.
The Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) A Level is MCKLs most prominent pre-university programme, which serves as an entry qualification to a wide range of courses in university.
Students learn a design-led approach to creating interactive media through subjects covering websites, mobile applications, games, new social media, and more.
Students will undertake a multitude of subjects designed for them to improve on their understanding of spaces and subsequently create better ones.