Program Objectives and Outcomes
The objectives of Accounting and Audit Program are to educate future global workforce who;
- are capable of handling current and future accounting, auditing and finance practices in private and public institutions.
- utilize critical-thinking, analytical, and decision making skills to resolve complex accounting and auditing issues.
- have an understanding of interdisciplinary perspective to accomodate to global business world.
- are capable to collaborate effectively in a global team and have an ability in both verbal and written communication.
- are aware of ethical and sociable responsibility issues in the global competitive environment.
A graduate of this program should:
- Comprehend and apply relevant accounting and auditing principles and standards to business activities and workplace situations.
- Identify the appropriate managerial and business issues critical to analyzing accounting data and other information used.
- Comprehend accounting and auditing methods and their applications in business world.
- Apply accounting and auditing methods into global cases.
- Identify accounting, auditing, and finance related problems and have a capability to solve these problems.
- Participate in auditing work, both internal and external, and take part in preparing audit reports.
- Apply financial analysis techniques within a business environment.
- Use analytical and research tools to monitor evolving accounting and auditing standards and practices in a changing business environment.
- Apply basic principles of business processes and project management techniques.
- Communicate and present ideas effectively in verbal and written.
- Participate in a team work effectively and increase the dynamics of the team.
- Use computer-based technology and related packaged software.
- Utilize the skills and techniques of data collection for problem solving and decision making.
- Achieve an interdisciplinary point of view.
- Have the consciousness of business ethics and social responsibility issues.