Bachelor’s Degree Program in Business Administration with a Specialization in Accounting, Controlling, Auditing
Trust, but verify. Experts are needed in all areas of private enterprise and public administration to handle financial reporting, planning, coordination, and monitoring tasks as well as quality management. This calls for mathematical wizards.
At a Glance
Title: Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Business Administration (UAS) Zurich with a Specialization in Accounting, Controlling, Auditing
Workload: 180 ECTS (approx. 5400 hours of work)
Duration: 6 semesters (full-time), 8 semesters (part-time)
Start of Program: Mid-September (calendar week 38)
Language of Instruction: German
Semester Fee: CHF 720.- (subject to change)
Enrollment: The enrollment form will be available from the end of October.
What You Will Learn
You will acquire sound fundamental knowledge of economics, law, statistics, and mathematics. In particular, the specialization Accounting, Controlling, Auditing focuses on internal and external accountancy, supporting IT processes, the financial management and controlling of enterprises, auditing, and current specialist knowledge.
Your Career Prospects
- Business consulting
- Chartered accountant
- Financial analyst
- All areas of private enterprise
- Public administration
- Management auditing and consulting
Program Structure and Admission Requirements
As Flexible as You
About one third of your classes will be designed to enhance your knowledge of accounting, controlling, and auditing. As a full-time student, the program takes six semesters, as a part-time student eight semesters to complete. This specialization is also ideal for anyone planning to study for an advanced qualification such as Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Certified International Investment Analyst (CIIA), or Certified International Wealth Manager (CIWM). In addition, the program is a gateway to specialized qualifications such as federally certified tax expert, auditor, or accounting and controlling expert.
What You Need to Qualify
- A federally recognized vocational baccalaureate: no entrance exam or additional professional experience required
- A non-commercial vocational baccalaureate: no entrance exam required; at least one year of regular work experience in the commercial field
- A federally recognized academic baccalaureate: no entrance exam required; at least one year of regular work experience in the commercial field