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Certified Public Accountant – Section 2

 

A person seeking to be registered as a student for any of the professional examinations must have one of the following minimum qualifications:

  1. Secondary education (O level) certificate with an aggregate average of at least grade C+ (or equivalent) provided the applicant has obtained a minimum of grade C+ (or equivalent) in both English and Mathematics.
  2. Advanced education (A level) certificate with at least two principal passes provided that the applicant has credits in Mathematics and English at secondary education level
  3. KASNEB technician or professional examination certificate.
  4. A degree from a recognized University.
  5. Such other certificates or diplomas as may be approved by the Board of KASNEB

 

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Course Curriculum

iNTODUCTION
ECONOMICS
BE:TOPIC 1.1 INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS 00:00:00
BE:TOPIC 1.2 SCARCITY, CHOICE, OPPORTUNITY COST AND PRODUCTION POSSIBILITY FRONTIERS AND CURVES 00:00:00
BE:TOPIC 1.3 ECONOMICS FOR ACCOUNTANTS 00:00:00
BE:TOPIC 2.1 DEMAND, SUPPLY AND DETERMINATION OF EQUILIBRIUM 00:00:00
BE:TOPIC 2.2 Theories of Demand and Supply and Consumer Behaviour 00:00:00
BE:TOPIC 2.3 ELASTICITY OF DEMAND 00:00:00
BE:TOPIC 2.4 Types of Income Elasticity of demand 00:00:00
BE:TOPIC 2.5 SUPPLY ANALYSIS 00:00:00
BE:TOPIC 2.6 ELASTICITY OF SUPPLY 00:00:00
BE:TOPIC 2.7 APPLICATION OF ELASTICITY OF SUPPLY 00:00:00
BE:TOPIC 2.8 PRICE CONTROLS 00:00:00
BE:TOPIC 3.1THEORY OF THE CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR 00:30:00
BE:TOPIC 4.1 THE THEORY OF PRODUCTION 00:00:00
BE:TOPIC 5.1 MARKET STRUCTURES 00:00:00
BE:TOPIC 6.1 MACRO ECONOMICS 00:00:00
BE:TOPIC 7.1 ECONOMIC GROWTH, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ECONOMIC PLANNING 00:00:00
BE:TOPIC 8.1 MONEY AND BANKING 00:00:00
BE:TOPIC 9.1INFLATION AND UNEMPLOYMENT 00:00:00
BE:TOPIC 10.1 INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND FINANCE 00:00:00
MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
MA:TOPIC 1.2 COST ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT AND ITS RELATION WITH OTHER DEPARTMENTS 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 1.3 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND COST ACCOUNTING 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 1.4 SELECTION OF AN IDEAL COST ACCOUNTING SYSTEM 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 2.1 COST CLASSIFICATION 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 2.2 BEHAVIORAL CLASSIFICATION 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 3 COST ESTIMATION 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 4.1 COST ACCUMULATION 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 4.2 INVENTORY CONTROL PROCEDURES 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 4.3 ECONOMIC ORDER QUANTITY (EOQ) 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 4.4 ECONOMIC BATCH QUANTITY (EBQ) 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 4.5 ACCOUNTING FOR LABOUR 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 4.6 PAY OF INDIRECT WORK 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 4.7 ILLUSTRATION 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 4.8 CONTROL OF LABOUR COSTS 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 5.1 COST BOOKKEEPING 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 6.2 PROCESS COSTING 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 6.3 WEIGHTED AVERAGE METHOD (WAM) 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 6.4 BY-PRODUCTS 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 6.5 UNIT COSTING 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 7.1 MARGINAL AND ABSORPTION COSTING 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 7.2 RECONCILIATION OF MARGINAL PROFITS AND ABSORPTION PROFITS 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 8.1 BUDGETING AND BUDGETARY CONTROL 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 8.2 NON- PRODUCTION BUDGETS 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 8.3 PROFORMA FINANCIAL REPORTS 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 8.4 OPERATION OF A BUDGETARY CONTROL SYSTEM, ORGANIZATION AND COORDINATION OF THE BUDGETING FUNCTION 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 9.1 STANDARD COSTING 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 9.2 PRINCIPLES/PROCESS OF SETTING STANDARDS 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 9.3 BEHAVIOURIAL ASPECTS OF STANDARD COSTING 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 9.4 LABOUR COST VARIANCE 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 9.5 OVERHEADS VARIANCES 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 10.1 COST MANAGEMENT 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 10.2 USE OF COMPUTERS IN COSTING 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 11.1 OVERVIEW OF PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT 00:00:00
MA:TOPIC 11.2 OVERVIEW OF PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT 00:00:00
PUBLIC FINANCE AND TAXATION
PFT:TOPIC 1.1 INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC FINANCE 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 1.2 INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT LEGAL FRAME WORK 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 1.3 PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC FINANCE 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 2.1 THE OPERATIONS OF THE NATIONAL AND COUNTY GOVERNMENTS ON MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL OF PUBLIC FINANCE 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 2.2 COUNTY GOVERNMENT RESPONSIBILITIES IN PUBLIC FINANCE 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 3 ESTABLISHMENT OF PUBLIC FUNDS IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 4.1 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT IN PUBLIC ENTITIES 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 4.2 COMMITTEES RESPONSIBLE FOR PROCUREMENT 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 5 OVERSIGHT FUNCTION IN PUBLIC FINANCE MANAGEMENT 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 6.1 TAX RATES: INDIVIDUALS, COMPANIES, WITHHOLDING TAXES INDIVIDUAL RATES OF TAX 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 6.6 CHALLENGES FACED BY THE TAX AUTHORITY IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF REFORMS 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 7.1 TAXATION OF INCOME OF PERSONS 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 7.2 TAXABLE AND NON-TAXABLE PERSONS AND INSTITUTIONS 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 7.3 NON-ALLOWABLE DEDUCTIONS 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 7.4 WIFE’S INCOME 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 7.5 EMPLOYMENT INCOME RECEIVED IN LUMPSUM 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 7.6 CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 7.7 CLUBS AND NON PROFIT MAKING ORGANIZATIONS MEMBERS 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 7.8 APPLICATION OF CASE LAW LUMP SUMS 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 8.1 CAPITAL DEDUCTIONS 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 8.2 WEAR AND TEAR ALLOWANCES 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 8.3 MINING ALLOWANCES 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 9.1 ADMINISTRATION OF INCOME TAX 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 9.2 OBJECTIONS, APPEALS AND RELIEF OF MISTAKE NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 9.3 APPELLANT BODIES 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 9.4 APPLICATION OF ICT IN TAXATION: 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 10.1 ADMINISTRATION OF VALUE ADDED TAX 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 10.2 ACCOUNTING FOR VAT, TAXABLE VALUE, TIME OF SUPPLY 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 10.3 VAT RETURN 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 10.4 REQUIREMENTS OF OBJECTIONS AND APPEALS 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 11.1 CUSTOMS TAXES AND EXCISE TAXES 00:00:00
PFT:TOPIC 11.2 WTO Customs Valuation Methods 00:00:00

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