Master of Commerce in Accounting

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The School of Accounting and Commercial Law offers Master's-level study in Accounting through the Master of Commerce (MCom) degree.

The MCom in Accounting follows on from a Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) in Accounting, or similar degree. It is a 180 point degree involving both coursework and research (either a 90-point thesis or a 30-point project and a 60-point dissertation).

Note: Capable students interested in advanced research-based studies are often admitted directly to the PhD programme without completing the Master's degree; see more information about PhD study at SACL.

If you are interested in research-based studies, please contact the postgraduate programmes director to discuss this possibility.

Director MPA / Deputy Head of School
School of Accounting and Commercial Law