Accounting and auditing


The process of recording, categorizing, and compiling financial transactions is known as accounting. It entails devising financial statements that show the financial situation of the company, such as the balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement. In addition to calculating taxes due, accounting encompasses producing reports for various stakeholders, such as creditors, investors, and governmental organizations.  For this reason, higher education institutions have a high demand for this field of study.


The main goal of the program is to train professionals in the development and use of theoretical and practical knowledge acquired in different courses in the field of financial accounting, managerial accounting, public finance, corporate finance and personal finance.



Public accounting companies
Private companies
Governmental workers
Non-profit organizations
Healthcare organizations
Financial institutions
Educational institutions
Production enterprises
Retail businesses
Technology companies
Tax accountant
Management accountant
Financial analyst
Cost accountant.