The graduate of Accounting allows students to develop accounting skills, critical thinking, and IT literacy. The program is appropriate for people interested in improving their accounting skills for their professional career aspiration. It is also suitable for people with limited knowledge in accounting on the assumption that they meet the entry requirements.
The graduates of this study program are expected to not only excellent in accounting discipline but also have insights in the use of IT for strategic decision making. The study program offers industry and IT-oriented curriculum to ensure the students are able to develop the strategies of financial reporting, auditing and business process development by using relevant IT in addition to other aspects (such as accounting and auditing standards) in maintaining business continuity.
The curriculum offers two concentrations, which are management accountant and audit and attestation, and it covers advanced knowledge in financial accounting, auditing, management accounting and IT fields. The learning process combines theoretical knowledge with practical insights delivered through guest lectures, case study and laboratory activities. The program is taught by qualified academics and prominent practitioners to ensure students’ academic and professional competences are enhanced.