Diploma in Accounting [R/344/4/0420]
The introduction of Diploma in Accounting (DAC) programme is another resolute effort of ISM in producing graduates with requisite accounting skills and knowledge to meet both employment and self-employment needs in the increasingly vibrant commercial industries. This lays a solid groundwork for young people who have passions to pursue their dream of becoming an accountant one day. They may advance their professional studies or to embark on an accountancy career at the sub-professional level upon completing the programme.
Over the years of offering the Diploma in Business Studies (DBS) programme, many parents and students have shown their keen interests of prospect of ISM in offering another option of study – Diploma in Accounting (DAC). Being an evergreen hot programme at many higher institution of learning and owing to the fact that the accounting graduates have always been highly sought after, ISM has started to offer another home-grown programme in January 2016.
Similar to the DBS programme, the DAC programme has been tailored to be industrial focused with a period of 3-month industrial attachment. This would certainly add value to our diploma graduates’ future undertakings, be it further studies or employment.The programme has been fully accredited by Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA) in November 2016.
ISM’s Diploma in Accounting provides a framework for developing the skills and knowledge needed for employment and self-employment in the progressively dynamic business environment. The Diploma is developed specifically for the local community and the Malaysia market, recognizing the growing importance of individuals equipped with essential skills and knowledge in accountancy context.
The objectives of this programme are to prepare students to embark on a career in the accountancy field or to further continuing education at the sub-professional level by providing them:
At the end of this programme, the students should be able to:
There are three student intakes in a year which fall in every January , May and September.
The programme is delivered in a conventional mode of lecture and tutorial. A period of 3-month industrial attachment forms part of the programme structure and it is compulsory to undergone during the second year of study.