By the end of this program, students will be able to:
1. Identify ethical issues associated to accounting profession.
2. Prepare financial statements according to generally accepted accounting principles (gaap) and international financial reporting standards (ifrs)
3. Apply critical thinking to examine and analyze financial data and effects of differing financial accounting methods on the financial statements.
4. Identify the needs of the various users of accounting data and communicate and recommend such data to stakeholders.
5. Apprehend fraud related circumstances and find preventives measures.
6. Discuss current auditing standards and acceptable practices, as well as the impact of audit risk on the engagement.
7. Identify the audit process from the engagement planning stage through completion of the audit, as well as the rendering of an audit opinion via the various report options.
8. Apply cost accounting methods to evaluate and project business performance.
9. Assess the taxation of individual income and corporate income.
10. Apply appropriate judgment derived from knowledge of accounting theory, to financial analysis and decision making.