Accounting and Finance

The Accounting and Finance program offers undergraduate students a comprehensive education in the fields of accounting and finance. This program is designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue careers in financial management, auditing, taxation, and related areas.

The Accounting and Finance curriculum covers a wide range of topics, including financial accounting, managerial accounting, financial management, taxation, auditing, and business law. Students gain a solid foundation in accounting principles, financial analysis, budgeting, and reporting, as well as an understanding of financial markets and investment strategies.

The program combines theoretical instruction with practical application through case studies, projects, and internships, enabling students to develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills in real-world scenarios. They have access to modern accounting software and tools commonly used in the industry, allowing them to gain hands-on experience in financial data analysis and reporting.

The faculty members in the Accounting and Finance program are experienced professionals with expertise in various areas of accounting and finance. They provide quality instruction, mentorship, and guidance to students, keeping them updated with the latest industry practices and regulations.

Key areas of study include:

  • Financial Accounting: Covering principles, practices, and reporting standards.
  • Cost and Managerial Accounting: Understanding cost analysis, budgeting, and decision-making.
  • Tax Accounting: Learning about tax laws and compliance.
  • Accounting Information Systems: Exploring technology in accounting processes.
  • Government and Non-profit Accounting: Addressing specialized accounting needs.
  • Finance: Delving into financial markets, investment, and risk management.
  • Auditing: Ensuring financial transparency and compliance

Upon completion of the program, graduates are well-prepared for a variety of career paths in accounting, finance, and related fields. They may find employment opportunities in accounting firms, financial institutions, government agencies, corporations, or pursue further education to become certified public accountants (CPAs) or chartered financial analysts (CFAs).