MIB’s Diploma in Accounting is designed to produce graduates that are relevant to the market, characterised as professionally competent and more essentially instilled with high level of ethics.

The programme will cover crucial areas such as financial accounting, economics, mathematics, cost accounting, finance, auditing, taxation, law, and other relevant business areas preparing them for higher level of studies or to take up any intro level of employment in accounting field.

Students will also be furnished with critical skills on information technology, entrepreneurship and management that are vital in today’s accounting and financial industry.

Our programme helps you learn the differences between the international accounting standards and the Malaysian accounting standards in social responsibility reporting and creating financial reports.

Career Opportunities

The Diploma provides you with a perspective on management accounting, essential for management and operating decisions. Budgeting and costing are regarded as vital skills and indeed the core reasons why some businesses fail.

With the knowledge and skills gained, you’ll become highly employable and sought-after by many corporations.

Positions normally held by our graduates are as the following but not limited to: Audit assistant, Accounts assistant, Procurement officer, Banker.

Entry requirements

  • A pass in SPM / UEC or its equivalent with a minimum of 3 credits including Mathematics and a pass in English  OR
  • A pass in SKM Level 3 in a related field and a pass in SPM with a minimum of 1 credit in any subject with Credit in Mathematics and a pass in English; OR
  • A certificate or its equivalent in a related field.

2 Years


April, September & January


Diploma Level 4, MQF




In this semester students will be equipped with basic mathematical, language and communication as well as accounting skills. Throughout the duration of the study, students will be exposed to various terminologies and basic concepts related to business managerial skills. These skills are imperative for a smooth transition to the following semester.

– Principles & Practices of Management

– English for Professional Communication

– Introduction to Financial Accounting

– Principles of Accounting

– Introduction Management Accounting

– Business Mathematics



The module principles of auditing, microeconomics and principles of finance that are offered in this semester help to further develop students’ knowledge and skills significantly with emphasis on aspects that are core to the study of accounting. Financial Accounting 1 which touches on the basic concepts and procedures of accounting will be introduced.

– Financial Accounting 1

– Microeconomic

– Principles of Auditing

– Principles of Taxation

– Principles of Finance

– Introduction of Statistics


This semester moves students from the basic accounting concepts and procedures to more advanced topics in financial accounting. There are also modules in related subjects such as macroeconomics, management accounting and accounting information system which will expand their knowledge and efficiency in solving problems and make decisions in different areas of business.

– Management Accounting 1

– Financial Management

– Financial Accounting 2

– Accounting Information System


– Malaysian Studies or Malay Language


The modules in this semester are aimed at equipping students with the knowledge and skills in the legal and quantitative analysis aspects of business.

In addition, students are exposed to the latest accounting concepts, techniques, trends and issues in the areas of financial accounting and reporting, finance, and computerized accounting system. These modules are targeted to enhance the application skills of students in a higher level of accounting related areas.

– Management Accounting 2

– Computerized Accounting System

– Corporate Finance

– Leadership or Bahasa Kebangsaan

– Financial Accounting 3


The final semester allows students to progress into more advanced areas of accounting, law, financial statement analysis, modelling techniques using computers and develop data spreadsheets, as well as advanced costing and management accounting.

Graduates experience a balance of accounting theory and practical applications with integrated computer technologies and are expected to be able to demonstrate cognitive and intellectual skills with techniques in business, management, information technology and accounting.

– Management accounting 3

– Company Law

– Event Management

– Moral Studies

– Islamic Studies

– Governance & Ethics

– Financial Statement Analysis


Vigorous Internship Exposure

–  12-week internship exposes students to the real working environment and relevant skills for future employment.

Flexible pathway

For many students, one of the most daunting yet exciting decisions to make is choosing a major. The path to choosing a major will be different for different people; some students already have an idea about what they want to major in, while others need time to discover and explore their interests before finding a major.


It’s important to remember that discovering your major is a process, and may take a few semesters of work on your part. At MIB College, we have designed our curriculum to give you some flexibility in choosing your major and progression through articulation with renowned universities globally. MIB will always provide assistance in helping the students to choose the best path.


Upon successful completion of this programme, you will be eligible to progress into any of the following degree programmes offered at any recognized higher education institutions:-

– BA (Hons) in Accounting & Finance

– BA (Hons) in Business Management

– BA (Hons) in International Business Management

– BA (Hons) in Marketing Management

– BA (Hons) in Human Resource Management

– Bachelor in Banking and Finance (Hons)

– Bachelor in Islamic Banking and Finance (Hons)