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Bachelor of Science in Accounting

College-of-Business-Administration

The Bachelor of Science in Accounting provides students with theoretical and practical knowledge in financial and managerial accounting within a business management context. The program is designed to equip students with outstanding analytical, technical, and critical thinking skills, and to support them in the decision making process through innovative effective learning methodologies and exposure to real-life situations.

1. Accounting Program Learning Goals

The goals of the program are the following:

  1. Business Education: Students will be competent in accounting
  2. Communication skills: Students will be able to clearly articulate their propositions
  3. Entrepreneurship: Students will develop core capabilities in innovative and creative thinking for the creation of social and economic value
  4. Multicultural Perspective: Students will be aware of the impact of culture in business decision making
  5. Business Ethics: Students will be able to adhere to professional ethical standards
  6. Leadership and Teamwork: Students will exhibit knowledge and skills in leading others
  7. Critical Analysis: Students will be able to solve problems in a business situation
2. Accounting Program Learning Objectives

Students will be able to:

  1. Report accounting information accurately
  2. Use accounting knowledge and skills in improving business processes and creating value
  3. Make valid decisions based on accounting information
  4. Clearly articulate their understanding through oral presentations
  5. Write and present persuasive statements for the execution of a business proposition
  6. Define and identify entrepreneurial opportunities, and propose business plans for new products
  7. Assess the cultural impact on a business strategy
  8. Discern and define the ethical responsibilities of a business
  9. Work effectively in teams
  10. Demonstrate knowledge of leadership concepts
  11. Accurately analyze a situation taking into consideration contextual factors
  12. Propose solutions considering implications
3. Career Opportunities

A Graduate may pursue a career in areas such as Accounting, Auditing, Financial Control, Accounting Management, Financial Analysis, Payroll Management, and Budget Analysis. Graduates will be qualified to work in all industries, not-for-profit and government entities.