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BCom Accounting

Accounting
Degree Type
Bachelor of Commerce
Modes of Study
Regular
Programme Duration
4 years (Standard Entry)

Programme Structure

Level 200

Second Semester

ACC 205 Computer Application
2 Credit(s)

To be populated

Level 300

First Semester

ACC 301 Cost and Management Accounting I
3 Credit(s)

To be populated

ACC 303 Public Sector Accounting
3 Credit(s)

To be populated

ACC 305 Taxation
3 Credit(s)

To be populated

SBU 301 Operation Management
3 Credit(s)

To be populated

SBU 303 Company and Partnership Law
3 Credit(s)

To be popuplated

SBU 305 Managerial Economics
3 Credit(s)

To be populated

Second Semester

ACC 302 Cost and Management Accounting II
3 Credit(s)

To be populated

ACC 304 Financial Reporting III
3 Credit(s)

To be populated

SBU 303 Statistics for Business Decisions
3 Credit(s)

To be populated

SBU 304 Business Research Methods
3 Credit(s)

To be populated

SBU 306 Business Finance
3 Credit(s)

To be populated

SBU 308 Applied Macroeconomics
3 Credit(s)

To be populated

Level 400

First Semester

ACC 401 Advanced Finanacial Reporting I
3 Credit(s)

To be populated

ACC 403 Audit and Internal Review
3 Credit(s)

To be populated

FIN 405 Corporate Financial Analysis
3 Credit(s)

To be populated

SBU 404 Investment Management
3 Credit(s)

To be populated

SBU 405 Project Management
3 Credit(s)

To be populated

SBU 408 Entrepreneurship
3 Credit(s)

To  be populated

Second Semester

ACC 402 Advanced Financial Reporting II
3 Credit(s)

To be populated

ACC 404 Audit and Assurance Practice
3 Credit(s)

To be populated

ACC 499 Project Work
3 Credit(s)

To be polulated

BUS 407 Oil and Gas Finance and Management (Optional)
3 Credit(s)

This course introduces students to principles and theories of Oil and Gas Finance and Management. It provides an introductory understanding of Oil and Gas industry with respect to the upstream, midstream and downstream activities. Specific legal and contracting issues such as oil and gas agreements, unitization of oil fields, stabilization clauses, nationalization and local contents will be dealt with.

 

Course Objectives

The objectives of the course are to:

  1. equip students with the knowledge in financing oil and gas operations activities.
  2. develop the competencies of students to enable them analyze the impact of oil and gas investments and revenues on participating economies.
  3. enable students analyze and select appropriate Financial Assets and Pricing Mechanism for Oil and Gas Trading transactions.

 

Course Content

  1. Overview of Oil and Gas Finance and Management
  2. Legal Framework in Oil and Gas Finance
  3. Taxonomies in Oil and Gas Finance
  4. History of International Oil and Gas Pricing
  5. Oil and Gas Pricing Mechanisms
  6. Derivatives Contracts and Hedging in the Oil and Gas Industry
  7. Petroleum Revenue Management

 

Reading Materials                

 

Main texts

Dalvi, S. (2015). Fundamentals of Oil & Gas Industry for Beginners. Notion Press.

Gatsi, J.G (2017). Oil and Gas Management in Ghana. UK: Xilibris Publishing

 

Other texts

Constitution of Ghana, 1992

Gatsi, J.G (2011). Oil Revenue Collateralization in Ghana. Social Science Research Network     available at www.ssrn.com

Petroleum Revenue Management Act, 2011 (Act 815)

Petroleum Exploration and Production Law, 2015

Public Interest and Accountability Committee Reports, 2015

SBU 402 Stratagic Management
3 Credit(s)

To be populated

SBU 406 Business Ethics and Corporate Governance
3 Credit(s)

To be populated