The Accounting study programme aims to train qualified specialists in the field of accounting, audit and economic analysis. However, the program is designed from the perspective of offering students and future specialists a competitive advantage in the ammunition market and real-life skills for a variety of accounting roles to be able to build professional careers in the public, private and/or government sectors.
Graduates of the Accounting study program can work, both within private enterprises as well as within public authorities, as accountants, chief accountants, financial directors, internal auditors, trainees in audit companies, consultants in the financial-accounting field, financial analysts, tax inspectors, etc.
The career of an accounting specialist is also built either as an employee of an accounting firm, as a Freelancer accountant, or as an employee in a reputable audit company or, why not, the founder of his accounting firm. They can specialize either horizontally, i.e. for a certain type of enterprise (SMEs, agricultural, producing, trade, construction, service companies), or vertically (specialist in management accounting, financial, payroll, stocks, taxes and duties, etc.). Accounting itself has become a business.
Upon completion of the studies in the first Bachelor cycle, the graduates can continue the studies in the second Master’s cycle at one of the Master’s programmes: Accounting and Audit; Accounting and Associated Electronic Services; Company Finance and Accounting.