This specialist programme is for students who have a minimum upper second-class degree in accounting and/or finance. Students with a finance degree are required to have studied accounting to an appropriate level.
Months of entry
This taught postgraduate programme is research-led and will draw heavily on academic literature. It will develop your ability to critically analyse technical aspects of accounting and finance practice and governance.
In the first term you will explore contemporary issues in accounting and finance research literature. You will also build key skills in both quantitative and qualitative research methods. This will prepare you for the more specialist elective units taught in the second term. The final part of the MSc is a research-based dissertation. For those planning on undertaking a PhD, either at Bristol or elsewhere, this dissertation represents an important bridge between taught and advanced research studies.
This programme develops skills for critical analysis of accounting and finance topics, which will be valuable in your future career. The strong conceptual foundation it offers will support students who want to pursue an academic or professional career in accounting or finance.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Admissions Team