The primary challenge of a university is to develop quality human capital for every sector of the national economy. One are of their need is the production of graduates, accountants who are adequately prepared to meet the accounting challenges to modern business as well as the socio-political and economic needs of government. To meet the challenge of producing well educated graduate accountants, three complementing competencies ought to be included in the students namely education accounting skills and attitude. These development traits must therefore be incorporated in the accounting programme/curricula. Unfortunately, most universities in Nigeria are challenged by inadequacies in terms of curricula content, staffing teaching aids and pedagogy, teaching facilities and particularly gross inadequacy of funding. This paper will therefore evaluate the necessary accounting skills that can be developed through accounting educational programmes in Nigerian university educational system.


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