The Department of Accounting and Audit has built a strong reputation for excellence in accounting education and is highly regarded by accounting employers.
Accounting graduates are recruited by international, national and regional accounting firms, as well as local accounting firms, industry and government agencies.
Upon completion of this course students will know how to create a profit and loss statement and balance sheet and understand accounting terminology and important principles such as matching, disclosure, consistency, diversity, dependability, verifiability, conservatism and many other common accounting terms. Students will be able to prepare reports successfully. This course provides students with good knowledge of prepaid and accrued expenses, recording, capital account, closing and posting entries. Students will learn how to create a general journal and general ledger.
Auditing comprises the study of the principles underlying the practice of the independent audit function. These are applied to obtain audit evidence by way of logically organised procedures, and to the objective evaluation of the audit evidence collected, in order to express an opinion regarding the degree to which assertions made in financial reports in connection with economic activities correspond with actual events.
The Department offers program leading to the degree Bachelor of Applied Economics, Course of Study: Accounting and Audit.
|First Year||Second Year||Third Year|
|1||Introduction to Economics||Financial Accounting||Management Accounting|
|2||Managerial Economics||Public Finance||Financial Statement Analysis|
|3||Informatics||Business Informatics||Business English|
|4||Quantitative Methods for Economists||English Language II||Financial Management|
|5||Basic Accounting||Business Law||Business Planning|
|6||Introduction to Law||Audit||Elective 3: Entrepreneurship / Marketing|
|7||Statistics||Elective 1: International Economics / Economic Policy||Elective 4: Company Valuation / Special Purpose Financial Statements|
|8||English Language I||Elective 2: Management / Project Management||Elective 5: International Business Finance / Industry Specific Accounting|