You'll acquire accounting skills and legal knowledge, enabling you to pursue a career in either profession or to combine the two. To be a successful accountant, you’ll need an understanding of the law, while commercial lawyers often operate in accounting and financial environments. The course has exemptions for accountancy qualifications, allowing you to reduce the number of exams you have to sit to become a Chartered Accountant. Each of the courses in our accounting, finance and economics framework have the same first year units, allowing you the flexibility to transfer to another pathway at the end of the first year. This keeps your career options open and enables you to make more informed choices.