Qualification

MCPA (MASTER OF COMPUTERISED PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING)

MCPA (MASTER OF COMPUTERISED PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING)
MCPA is the highlighted course of ICPA which is specially designed for graduate students. In this course each student is getting detailed knowledge about manual accounting and computerized accounting. By successfully completing this course, the student is not only getting knowledge about how to do normal account works but also he/ she will be specialized in GST E-Filing, Income Tax E-Filing, know-hows and filing of GCC Tax, how to do accounting for branches, what is Islamic Banking, what are the procedures in Auditing, what is BRS & IFRS, how to evaluate Statement of Financial Position and much more. So by completion of MCPA; he/ she will be a professional accountant with deep knowledge and practical experience in all accounting areas with multiple international certifications.

How long will it take?

You will spend about eight months for this three levels, but depending on your study method or course timetable it may be as little as 60 days. To complete all three levels it will take between 2 months and eight months.

What kind of job can I expect after completing this qualification?

Each level of the MCPA is a qualification in its own right. That means as you progress through each level, the skills you’ve learnt can be applied to a wider range of roles – from Accounts Administrator through to senior level positions such as Commercial Analyst.

Why Study

MCPA

in ICPA

1. A globally recognized qualification, valued by leading employers.
2. Flexible study options with well qualified tutors.
3. Progression opportunities to a great choice of careers.
4. Boost your earning potential by progressing through each level.

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Contents of MCPA

Basic Module
Covering the core areas of Accounts and Finance,

 Introduction of Accounting
 Double entry bookkeeping
 Trial balance
 Income Statement
 Statement of financial position
 Financial Statement with adjustments
 Bank reconciliation statement

 Introduction to financial management
 Sources of finance
 Working capital management
 Cash management
 Receivables management
 Cash flow statement
 Ratio Analysis
 Cost of capital

 Introduction to financial management
 Sources of finance
 Working capital management
 Cash management
 Receivables management
 Cash flow statement
 Ratio Analysis
 Cost of capital

Cost classification
 Distinction between Financial Accounting & Cost Accounting
 Unit Costing
 Direct Cost Classification
 Indirect Cost Classification
 Stock of Raw Materials
 Stock of Semi-Finished Goods
 Stock of Finished Goods
 Absorption costing
 Marginal costing
 Break Even Analysis
 Budgeting

 Introduction to Islamic Economic System
 Operandi of Shari'ah-Compliant Transactions
 Operations of Islamic Banking
 Islamic Banking Governance & Regulation
 Takaful Business/Insurance

Skill Module (Computerized Accounting)

Develop the confidence to carry out everything from the routine through to advanced tasks on computerized accounting software’s.

  • SAP B1
  • Tally
  • Peachtree
  • Advanced Excel
  • Q.B
  • Acro-bis

Essential Module

Being a professional, some essential topics are required over and above the basic and
practical knowledge.

  • GCC TAX
  • GST
  • Branch Accounting
  • IFRS
  • Logistics
  • MoB (Make or Buy) Analyzis
  • Through-Put Accounting
  • Portfolio & Investment management