Skip to Menu Skip to Content Skip to Footer

•Major Overview

Accounting is an important subject and it also is helpful to business or institutional management. The course focuses mainly on following up and managing of finance through account recording, report writing, budget planning, and account analyzing on asset, credit capital, incomes and expenses within institution depending on the type of business it operates in conformity with accounting laws and theories including taxation laws, and standards of national and international accounting. This course is a good choice for students who wish to become professional accounting managers of business companies, Non-governmental Organizations, and other institutions of both private and public sectors.


Curriculum is professionally prepared by following the international standards in order to meets the needs of job markets of the local, regional and international by focusing strongly on core subjects including principles of accounting, financial management, account taxation, international accounting, financial reports, audit, business ethics, entrepreneurship, and leadership. All subjects are conducted in English and the course books are new and selective.

•Learning Outcomes

Upon the completion of the major, graduates will become knowledgeable persons. They will also be skillful in data collecting, data analyzing, project planning, projects organizing, project implementing, budget controlling, problem solving, and facilitating financial issues which are advantageous to business operating as well as working in both private and public institutions.

•Career Opportunities:Graduates of this major will become;

• Accounting Directors
• Payroll masters
• Financial Advisors
• Accountants
• Auditors, etc.


Flag Counter

We have 21 guests online

Visitor Number: 290918