Department of Accounting
The Department aims to develop excellent accounting and financial professionals. It emphasizes both theory and practice. The courses not only cover contemporary theoretical concepts and accounting techniques but also teach skills for analyzing and conducting independent research. The graduates can devote themselves to positions as CPAs or accountants in businesses and government agencies or continue in advanced study. The core curriculum of the accounting Department can be divided into four different concentrations: general accounting, auditing, taxation, and accounting information systems. In order to give students a broad knowledge of business fundamentals, the department also offers various elective courses that combine accounting and other business disciplines.
Because accounting is by nature an applied social, the department puts a tremendous emphasis on the connection between theoretical study and practical application. Most core courses are designed to include case studies, and experts in the field are frequently invited to speak and interact with students at seminars and roundtable discussions organized by the department.
The accounting Department provides talented students with the knowledge necessary to successfully compete in tomorrow's business environment.
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