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The purpose of the "Technical Accounting" specialization is to provide students with modern and up-to-date accounting knowledge in various fields of accounting to meet the needs of different organizations. It enriches students' understanding of contemporary and emerging issues in the field of accounting and financial sciences.
The specialization aims to equip students with the necessary knowledge in sciences closely related to accounting, such as management and economics, to enhance their overall understanding of the subject.
One of the key goals is to foster students' analytical and critical thinking skills, as well as their organizational skills. This enables them to approach accounting challenges and complexities with a well-structured and thoughtful mindset.
The specialization also focuses on developing students' abilities to apply and practice the theoretical accounting knowledge they have learned. By doing so, they become proficient in implementing accounting concepts and handling real-world accounting scenarios effectively.
Moreover, the program aims to empower students to utilize information technology techniques through training on accounting software commonly used in the market. This ensures that they are well-prepared to adapt to the technological advancements in the accounting field.
Overall, the "Technical Accounting" specialization strives to produce competent graduates who possess a strong foundation in accounting knowledge, critical thinking abilities, and technical skills to meet the demands of modern businesses and organizations.
Fields of work:
Industrial sectors: Every industrial facility requires an accountant responsible for managing its finances, monitoring its cash flow, and tracking the costs associated with its products.
- Banks and financial institutions
- Financial services: Any institution operating in the field of money, market analysis, stock exchange, financial securities, taxation authorities, and other economic and financial entities.
- Accounting and auditing offices
- Municipalities and government institutions.