EDUCATION AND TRAINING

The Nigeria College of Accountancy, Jos, is the Training Arm of The Association of National Accountants of Nigeria, ANAN.

The Association was established in 1979, and chartered by Act 76, 0f 1993. Its Permanent Site is situated at the Nigerian College of Accountancy, College of Accountancy Road, Kwall – Near Jos. .

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:

PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMME

  1. B.Sc. in Accountancy of any Nigerian University, or any Approved overseas University.
  2. Higher national Diploma in Accountancy of any Nigerian Polytechnic.

COURSE STRUCTURE FOR PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATIONS

PEA 1 Information Technology for Business
PEA 2 Finance and Financial Management
PEA 3 Entrepreneurial Development
PEA 4 Auditing
PEA 5 Corporate Reporting
PEA 6 Environmental, Oil and Gas Accounting
• PEA papers are written in the last week of January after five months of intensive studies.

PEB 1 Advanced Corporate Reporting
PEB 2 Advanced Taxation
PEB 3 Advanced Management Accounting
PEB 4 Corporate Law and Governance
PEB 5 Audit Ethics and Forensic Accounting
PEB 6 Public Sector Accounting and Finance
• PEB Papers are written in the last week of May each year after nine months of intensive studies

CONVERSION PROGRAMME

Graduates of allied disciplines are admitted to the Conversion Programme of the College as a preparation for full-time admission into the Professional Programme. The allied disciplines include:

B.Sc/HND in Economics, Management and, Banking and Finance.