The Master of Accounting allows students to develop advanced accounting knowledge and IT literacy while demonstrating the competency of how to conduct independent research. The curriculum covers contemporary business issues, such as financial accounting, strategic management accounting, business ethics and governance issues. The students will be encouraged to use their critical thinking and professional judgment to solve real problems. The program is appropriate for people interested in improving their accounting knowledge 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 be excellent in accounting discipline but also have insights on the use of IT for strategic decision making.   Catalog 2017 (PDF), Catalog 2018 (PDF), Catalog 2019 (PDF); Catalog 2020 (PDF), Catalog 2021 (PDF)