Upon successful completion of this 4-year program, students are expected to be able to:
- Prepare financial reports for business entities based on current Global Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GGAAP).
- Prepare management reports based on accounting knowledge to support planning, controlling, and decision-making.
- Analyze financial statements, management reports, business and control risks and give the recommendation to improve effectiveness of entities’ financial performance.
- Organize audit field work in accordance to Global Generally Accepted Auditing Standard (GGAAS).
- Analyze and give recommendations to improve the effectiveness of accounting information system.
- Able to solve problems, make decisions, and exercise professional judgment as a professional accountant and/or finance professional (i.e., intellectual and interpersonal and communication skills).
- Able to apply personal and organizational skills of a professional accountant/finance using resources available in working with or within an international and local organization.
- Able to plan a critical assessment using knowledge and skills gained from experience appropriate for related circumstances (i.e., professional scepticism and professional judgment).
- Able to identify any apparent ethical issues, implications, and conflicts in the work environment; and develop concerns for social responsibilities, public impact, and laws & regulations (i.e., ethical principles and commitment to the public interest).
- Able to apply creative and critical thinking skills in solving accounting and finance issues in local and international context.
- Able to use the information technology to support decision-making using the result of information technology analysis needs.
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