The Accounting Program produces students who will be able to:
- Cultivate transferable skills such as verbal and written communication, teamwork, leadership, research and demonstrate use of the current accepted technical language of accounting and accounting practices.
- Recognize the potential of emerging technologies and the globalizations aspects in the context of modern day business practice and acquire a spirit of life-long learning.
- Recognize and analyze ethical and regulatory problems, choose a resolution, support an ethical choice in accounting situations and build self-confidence and problem solving abilities in a variety of work situations.
- Analyze a wide range of accounting problems, provide a suitable rationale of the analysis, provide solutions through suitable text, diagrams, quantitative illustrations, simulations etc; and communicate effectively with peer groups about professional and accounting matters
- Apply accounting knowledge in new and unfamiliar circumstances through a conceptual understanding of accounting practices. Apply financial and management accounting techniques to practical situations.
- Conduct an audit and prepare auditing report for different organizations.
Detailed aims of research:
- Enrich curriculum design, content and organization research activities.
- Provide incentives for staff members to conduct relevant research on areas of accounting.