Accounting is the universal language of business. Students who have a flair for numbers and accounting is perfect for students with a good head for numbers and numerical investigations are usually really good students of accounting. A keen eye for detail is also a trait you would find in many good accounting students.
Our Accounting degree at Southwestern University entails having to learn the measurement, processing, analysis and communication of financial information about any institution and acquiring the ability to convey this information to various concerned parties, the parties in question may include top management, investors, regulators, creditors, and the general public. These parties would subsequently use this financial information to facilitate developments in the organizations in question.
Accounting is the practice through which financial information about an organization, business, or individual is documented, categorized, abridged, interpreted and communicated. This is a multi-disciplinary course of study, closely linked to other university degrees. In the course of studying Accounting at Southwestern University, a student would often encounter other courses such as Statistics, Law, Information Technology, Economics and Business.
At the end of your study here, you would be familiar with the advanced knowledge of finance and accounting; learn computational techniques required for professional accounting practice; master the use of specialized accounting software and be able to compete with young accountants internationally.
The minimum entry requirement for admission into the Accounting program at Southwestern University are:
Credit level passes in 5 relevant subjects at (SSCE/GCE/NECO/NABTEB) O’ Level result or its equivalent, obtained at not more than two sittings and with JAMB/JUPEP/IJMB/OND/HND, Advance Level result.
UTME REQUIREMENTS: Candidates must sit for the current JAMB UTME exams and attain the National cut off mark as a statutory requirement for entry into a Nigerian University.
A strong background in mathematics is exceedingly important.