What is our curricular structure about?

This is the updated curriculum structure for our Accounting and Finance degree program.

SEMESTER 1:

  • Talent Development
  • Math Supplements
  • Accounting Doctrines
  • Psychology of Happiness
  • Communication 1

SEMESTER 2:

  • Basic Mathematics
  • Basic Accounting
  • IT Tools
  • University Methodology
  • Communication 2

SEMESTER 3:

  • Financial Mathematics
  • Intermediate Accounting
  • Microeconomics for Managers
  • Business Law
  • Mathematics 1

SEMESTER 4:

  • Macroeconomics for Managers 
  • Labor Law
  • IT Accounting 
  • Communication 3
  • Advanced Accounting

SEMESTER 5:

  • Financial Reporting 1
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Research Methodology
  • Taxation 1
  • Cost Information 1

SEMESTER 6:

  • Financial Reporting 2
  • Employability 
  • Fundamentals of Management
  • Taxation 2
  • Cost Information 2

SEMESTER 7:

  • Finance 1
  • Social Responsibility 
  • Basic English 1
  • Pre-Professional Internship
  • Financial Planning
  • Financial Audit 1

SEMESTER 8:

  • Management Costs Seminar
  • Finance 2
  • Basic English 2
  • Social Project
  • Financial Audit 2
  • Thesis Project

SEMESTER 9:

  • Investment Projects
  • Information for Management
  • Effective Presentations 
  • Financial Analysis and Evaluation
  • Specialty Elective 1

SEMESTER 10:

  • Government Accounting
  • Strategic Planning
  • Tax Workshop
  • Thesis
  • Specialty Elective 2

Important

1.    Referential curriculum structure, subject to change with prior notice.

2.    The university has the authority to assign students to online courses depending on availability each semester.

Download the curriculum structure of the degree program here