Vision: To be a pre-eminent centre for accounting education, practice and research.
Mission: To develop ACE (Adaptive, Competent and Ethical) accounting professionals and business leaders.
The BBA (Acc) programme aims to produce accounting professionals who are not only technically competent but who also have high ethical standards and good business sense, to well prepare them to surmount the challenges in an ever-changing global economic environment.
The BBA(Acc.) programme is the BBA programme with an extended accountancy component. It is a full-fledged accountancy degree built on an especially strong foundation of business knowledge from other domains, and it is also a full-fledged business degree with a specialized rigorous focus on accountancy.
Graduates of the BBA(Acc.) degree programme are qualified to directly enter the professional stage of the Singapore CA Qualification, the path to becoming a Singapore Chartered Accountant.
The Singapore Chartered Accountant (CA) Qualification is the national CA qualification, developed by the Singapore Accountancy Commission (SAC) and administered by Singapore’s national accountancy professional body, the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA). This internationally recognised and portable qualification is unique as it offers an Asian perspective. Taken together with a 3-year working experience with an SAC Accredited Training Organisation, which are accounting firms including the Big 4, candidates will receive a well-rounded education with both technical knowledge and practical guidance. The Singapore CA Qualification is continually reviewed to raise the ease of taking the programme while maintaining its standards to ensure that professionals with the Singapore Chartered Accountant designation come with the reputation of being highly competent. In short, it is designed to develop future business leaders.
To uphold the high standards necessary to achieve the vision of developing Singapore as the leading global accountancy hub, registration of Chartered Accountants to be Public Accountants in Singapore and Reciprocal Membership Agreements (RMAs) are subject to periodic review.