This program will help you make your mark in the world of business. You will explore the latest developments in the field of accounting and master the complex set of skills needed to succeed in this competitive field.
Technology has had, and continues to have, a significant impact on the accounting profession resulting in changes to how accounting services are delivered. You will learn how to leverage the opportunities this presents and meet the challenges technological change introduces to the accounting arena.
You will be guided to reach excellence in accounting concepts, principles, standards and processes and study appropriate accounting techniques to inform planning, decision making and measure performance within organizations. You will be exposed to the links between accounting and other business functions and how this affects business success.
Common across all specializations in the Bachelor of Business Administration programs are courses that will provide you with a solid foundation to communicate effectively, carry out research, understand legal, social, professional and ethical responsibilities in a business environment, apply analytical and critical thinking to business issues, use information technology effectively and understand the dynamics of a complex global business environment.
Our program undergoes a rigorous process of continual improvement to ensure it stays relevant and in line with developments within the world of business.
Through the embedding of elective courses, the program is fully aligned with the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants’ (CIMA) Professional Qualification which means you will be eligible to sit for the CIMA exam and qualify for their professional certification alongside studying for your bachelor’s degree.
“ADU gives you a true return on your investment.”
"To be honest, I didn’t really know much about ADU until a friend asked me to attend an Open Day with her. Everyone was so welcoming and helpful that it just felt like the right fit for me from the start. I also took into account the national and international accreditations and the cost of the program too. Compared to some other universities, I believe ADU gives you a true return on your investment – the cost doesn’t break the bank and you actually get a lot more than what you pay for in my opinion.
I loved the professors and have stayed in touch with many of them. The faculty are so diverse – not just ethnically but also in terms of their professional and educational backgrounds. This diversity has a really positive effect on the quality of the teaching and learning experience."
Tuition is based upon the College and/or Department classification as opposed to the course classification or level. Tuition rates for undergraduate students vary from the tuition rates for graduate students.
The tuition fee calculations are an example only and are based on the assumption that elective courses will be taken with the College that the student is taking their major with. However, if the student selects elective courses outside of this College, the total cost payable may increase or decrease to reflect the tuition rate of the College where the elective is delivered.
Costs of books and supplies are not included in the Tuition and Fees. Students at Abu Dhabi University are also required to pay certain fees and other costs to attend the University. Abu Dhabi University reserves the right to change tuition and fee rates at any time. A tuition schedule is published prior to registration for each semester.
For more information, please click here to view the University's tuition fee structure. Fees are subject to change during the year as per government charges and testing bodies.
Graduates of this program are ready to take up positions in both accounting and business.
Specialized accounting knowledge combined with sound business skills are highly desirable and graduates have gone on to work in a large and diverse range of public and private organizations including banks, government entities, oil companies, education institutions, utility companies, property developers, insurance companies, airlines, hospitals, financial institutions, investment companies, construction companies and international consulting firms.
Organizations include Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, Abu Dhabi National Hotels, Abu Dhabi Airports, Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, Ministry of Finance, Mubadala, KPMG, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, ADNOC group, Abu Dhabi Distribution Company, Abu Dhabi Health Authority, Aldar Properties, Borouj, Deloitte, Dolphin Energy, Emirates Airline, Emirates Identity Authority, Etisalat, Ernst and Young and Zakum Development Company to name but a few.