Certified Public Accounts Certification

In its title “qualified accountant” in numerous countries in the English speaking world that is committed to protecting the public interest, It equips the candidate with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that enable him/her to prepare financial statements for different entities.

Certified public accounts are outlined through the following sections;

PART 1

Section A

1.Financial Accounting

The candidate is able to learn the following outcomes;

  • Prepare books of original entry and basic ledger accounts under the double-entry system.
  • Accounts for assets and liabilities.

2.Commercial Law

The candidate have learning outcomes in the following;

  • Apply general principles of commercial law in business.
  • Identify the various dispute resolution mechanisms

3.Entrepreneurship And Communication

The learner is able to;

  • Apply entrepreneurship competencies in response to emerging trends in the business environment.
  • Communicate effectively in a business environment.

Section B

1.Economics

The candidate is able to understand the following;

  • Apply basic mathematics and graphical techniques to analyze economic relationships and interpret the results.
  • Apply the economic principles in the development and implementation of policies in agriculture and industry.
  • Apply knowledge of economics in decision making.

2.Management Accounting

The learner is able to;

  • Analyze organization activities through the budgetary control process.
  • Estimate the cost of goods and services.

3.Public finance and taxation

The candidate is able to learn the following outcomes;

  • Manage the budgetary process, public revenue, tax, and control public expenditure in national and county governments.
  • Manage non-complex public financial management issues in public entities

PART 2

Section C

1.Company Law

The student is able to;

  • Ensure books of accounts are prepared in compliance with the law.
  • Evaluate the rights and obligations of members and shareholders.

2.Financial management

The candidate comes out with the following outcomes;

  • Evaluate various investment decision scenarios available to an organization.
  • Evaluate the current developments in business financing strategies.
  • Analyze the source of finance for an organization

3.Financial Reporting

The candidate is able to;

  • Prepare financial statements including published financial statements for various types of organizations.
  • Account for various assets and liabilities.

Section D

1.Management Information systems

The learner is able to learn how to;

  • Apply the knowledge of ICT strategy and its role in facilitating competitive advantage in business.
  • Use data communication networks, the internet, and e-commerce in optimizing business opportunities.

2.Quantitative Analysis

It enables the learner to;

  • Use mathematical techniques in solving business problems.
  • Apply simulation techniques in analyzing business situations.
  • Apply operation research techniques in decision making.

PART 3

Section E


1.Strategy Governance and Ethics

The candidate can acquire skills and knowledge by;

  • Analyzing the environment and its impact on strategic decision making.
  • Formulate and implement a strategic plan.

2.Advanced Management Accounting

The learner is able to;

  • Use financial and non-financial indicators to measure organizational performance.
  • Apply environmental management accounting concepts in practice.
  • Use cost estimation data in decision making.

3.Advanced Financial Management

This is through the following;

  • Applying financial management skills in the public sector.
  • Evaluate capital investments decisions under uncertain economic conditions.

Section F

1.Advanced Public Finance and Taxation

The candidate is able to steps and decisions on how to;

  • Evaluate the effectiveness of the public finance tax systems and policies in the economic growth of a country.
  • Apply advanced public financial management principles in practice.

2.Advanced Auditing and Assurance

Gaining of knowledge the candidate is able to understand ways on how to;

  • Apply international standards in auditing and assurance engagements.
  • Implement quality control policies and procedures in the management of audits.

3.Advanced Financial Reporting

Acquiring knowledge and skills the candidate is able to learn how to;

  • Apply ethical standards in accounting transactions.
  • Analyze financial statements to public and private sector entities. 

A student/candidate at Kife school of information and Technology is advised to program the studies in such a way that makes it possible to take and pass the whole examinations(part 1, 2 & 3) for him/her to work as a professional accountant auditor, finance managers, tax specialists, and financial consultants.

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