Accounting (Associates degree)

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Bachelor of Accounting (BAcc)

Accounting is the analysis and recording of financial transactions, the summarizing of financial data in financial statements and reports, the interpretation of financial data for decision-making, the development of budgets for future planning, the determination of taxes and tax planning, the auditing of records and development of systems to verify financial activity, and the internal control of the financial activity being examined.

Accounting is applicable to any entity with economic activity such as a business, a government, a charity, or an individual. The purpose of accounting is to provide relevant information to decision-makers, managers, investors, creditors, government regulators, and others interested in the financial situation being monitored.

The Bachelor of Accounting program allocates 64 credits to accounting studies, 21 credits to management studies and 22 credits to economics. General and elective courses such as mathematics, computer science, sociology and law cover an additional 32 credits. Graduates must pass 139 credits over 9 semesters in order to complete this degree.

As a result of completing this program, graduates will be able to:

  • Perform financial accounting, managerial accounting, cost accounting, budget control, tax accounting, auditing, and statement analysis
  • Work in areas that incorporate planning and consulting
  • Advance to graduate-level studies, including a Masters in Business

Administration (M.B.A.) Graduates of this program may work for banks, tax offices, corporations, foundations, or establish private accounting practices.

Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.)

Business Administration is the science of running institutes, organizations, economic and service agencies and committees. Managers plan projects, and direct committees and staff, to reach assigned goals. They are often responsible for utilizing available knowledge and skills to maximize proficiency with minimum resources. Management requires courses in mathematics and statistics, computer, economics, law, psychology, and sociology.

The Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) has three concentrations: Human Resources Management, Marketing Management, and Management of Information Technology. It requires 135 credits over four years. The curriculum includes general university courses, accounting, economics, law, mathematics and statistics, and various topics in management.

As a result of completing this program, graduates will be able to:

  • Use management theories to set goals and improve proficiency
  • Conduct performance appraisals
  • Manage organizational structures and systems
  • Think and work systematically
  • Run businesses
  • Advance to graduate-level studies

Graduates of Business Administration can establish various careers, including starting or managing a business such as consumer behavior, advertising and promotion, marketing strategy, e-commerce, logistics and other specialized areas of business management.

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Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)

Business administration is the science of running institutes, organizations, economic and service agencies and committees. Managers plan projects, and direct committees and staff, to reach assigned goals. They are often responsible for utilizing available knowledge and skills to maximize proficiency with minimum resources.

This program is geared towards graduate students seeking to expand their business knowledge in the context of their area of specialization and can be tailored both to deepen the knowledge base of experienced business professionals and to provide the necessary foundation of applied business courses for those moving into supervisory positions. This program consists of 36 credits (10 courses and a final project) over a two-year period. Students without a background in management are required to pass three pre-requisite courses worth 9 credits over a one-semester period.

The Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degree program develops and strengthens skills in core business disciplines such as accounting, finance, marketing, and operations management. It also provides a solid foundation in other crucial areas such as leadership and management, team-building, group decision-making, information technology, strategic management, global economics, negotiation and conflict resolution, and corporate social responsibility.

As a result of completing this program, graduates will be able to:

  • Use management theories to set goals and improve proficiency
  • Manage and lead private and public sector firms
  • Manage and lead non-profit organizations
  • Advance to further graduate-level studies

Graduates will have career opportunities in operations management, marketing management, financial management, human resource management, and information systems management.

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