Accounting – ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT INFORMATICS
– 1st Year I: Microeconomics, Mathematics applied in economics, Basics of Informatics, Basic Accounting, Management (bases), Business Law, Business Communication and correspondence in the foreign language I (English, French, German), Macroeconomics, Office Skills, Basic Financial Accounting, Public Finance , Economic Doctrines, Business Economy and management, Business Communication and correspondence in the foreign language II (English, French, German), Physical Education.
– 2nd Year : Complex Financial Accounting, Currency and Credit, Marketing, Economic Statistics, Computer Programming, Business Communication and correspondence in the foreign language (English, French, German), Capital Markets, Econometrics, Accounting for credit institutions, Accounting and fiscal management , Payment and financing techniques, Business Communication and correspondence in the foreign language II (English, French, German), Physical Education, Internship.
– Elective courses I: Financial Control, Business Ethics.
– Elective courses II: Quality Management, Company Management.
– 3rd Year: Management accounting, Management information systems design, Economic and financial analysis, Insurance and reinsurance, International financial and monetary relations, Accounting policies and options, Foreign trade operations technique, International accounting, Management Control, Enhanced Accounting, Computerized systems for decision support, Internal Audit, European Economy.
– Elective courses: Financial Audit, Business Assessment.
- Knowledge, understanding and application of concepts, theories, principles and basic methods of investigation and exploration specific to the economic field;
- Ability to collect, analyze and interpret quantitative and qualitative data and information related to a defined problem;
- Capacity to analyze, synthesize and interpret accounting information necessary to evaluate problems and their solution alternatives;
- Capacity to work independently or in teams to solve problems in defined professional contexts;
- Verbal and written communication for work purposes in at least one foreign language.
- Knowledge, understanding and application of concepts used in an interdisciplinary approach to transactions and events subject to registration in accounting and information technology opportunities of this kind of knowledge;
- Formulation of professional approaches based on the applicative nature of accounting and information management, the skills formed through technical accounting and the skills to use specific software;
- Organization of accounting and accounting operations in economic entities, public and credit institutions, the performance of tasks specific to internal control and audit;
- Developing, presenting and analyzing situations/financial reports for economic entities, public and credit institutions, and the preparation, presentation and analysis of consolidated financial statements;
- Mastering the instruments specific to the accounting of merger operations, division, liquidation, associations and acquisitions of companies; operating management information systems; preparation and submission of tax returns;
- Professional communication of information specific to computerized accounting with a view to assessing the organization’s strategic and operational decisions.