Accounting

1. Program Description

 

  • Faculty: Accounting

 

  • Degrees conferred: Bachelor of Accounting

 

  • Overview of the program: This program prepares students for analysis of and reporting on the economic activities of organizations and communication of that information to decision makers. Students will develop practical skills in financial accounting, managerial accounting, budgeting, accounting information systems, internal controls, financial analysis, financial reporting, internal and external auditing, taxation, and international accounting. This program prepares students for a range of accounting careers in profit, not-for-profit, and government organizations.

 

 

2. Intended Program Outcomes

 

Students who graduate with a major in Accounting should be able to:

 

  • Understand the principles and practices of financial accounting, management accounting, cost accounting, accounting information systems in the enterprise.
  • Work effectively with interdisciplinary professionals and diverse stakeholders.
  • Communicate with financial and nonfinancial audiences in a clear and concise manner, by making appropriate decisions about relevancy, reliability, and medium.
  • Research, prepare, compose, analyze, and review financial and business data by applying accounting and business management principles and standards to produce financial and business reports.
  • Proficiently use current technology and analytical tools to perform business functions, work collaboratively, and facilitate decision making.
  • Employ analysis, critical thinking, and problem solving to identify, test, and validate processes, systems, and financial data to advise stakeholders.
  • Define, develop, and demonstrate ethical business practices and accountability by identifying and addressing current and emerging ethical and regulatory issues.
  • Develop professionally by collaborating, training, mentoring, negotiating, solving problems creatively, and participating in networking activities to demonstrate and develop leadership skills.

 

 

3. Degree Curriculum

 

For general, minor and elective courses, only courses mostly related to the program are listed.

 

3.1. General courses

 

 

3.2. Foundation courses

 

 

3.3. Major courses

 

 

 

3.4. Minor or elective courses

 

3.4.1. Minor

 

 

3.4.2 Elective courses

 

 

3.5. Additional Courses and Requirements

 

  • Graduate Practice/ Internships
  • Graduate Thesis
  • Synthetic Base Module
  • Specialized Synthesis Module
  • English: TOEIC 500