The mission of our bachelor's degree program is to instruct students in the field of accounting and management information systems, and to develop economic scientific research focused on these fields, aiming at training highly qualified specialists in financial & accounting activities and at regularly adapting the subjects of this specialization so as to constantly respond to the knowledge, training and professionalization requirements of a dynamic economy evolving in line with the progress of the society. The objectives of our “Accounting and Management Information Systems” bachelor’s degree program are:
- to provide students with specialized knowledge specific to the approached fields, to consolidate and supplement their specialized economic knowledge in order for them to obtain a high degree of qualification;
- to develop students’ skills and abilities that will allow them to apply their knowledge and work in the field of accounting and management information systems;
- to develop, at individual level, general (knowledge, functional-actional) skills and specialized skills according to the bachelor's degree program, to acquire specialized knowledge in an operational system that will provide graduates with the necessary professional competence.
The students who attend this program develop, throughout the three years of study, the skills needed to work in economic organizations, public institutions, etc.
1. General competences:
- The socially necessary and useful learning of concepts, theories, principles and fundamental procedures of investigation and prospecting that are specific to a market economy;
- The ability to correctly interpret and explain ideas, relationships, phenomena, processes, conditions and trends that characterize economic life at micro, meso, macro and world scale;
- The ability to analyze in a critical-constructive spirit economic ideas, paradigms, conditions, situations, problems, and to formulate ideas and solutions with practical value;
- Proper verbal and written communication in the field of this profession in at least one major world language;
- The habit and desire to work both independently, autonomously and in a team to study different economic phenomena, processes and conditions, and to find appropriate solutions to problems that require attention;
- The disposition associated with the ability to look at and approach complex and multilateral processes of economic and social life, to look beyond appearances and to penetrate deeper into their essence and content;
- The ability to access information, to use modern technologies and tools in order to properly diagnose the state of the economy at different levels and to solve occurring problems as adequately as possible.
2. Specialized competences:
- Learn, understand, interpret, explain and correctly use notions, ideas and doctrines, making use of the language specific to the accounting field;
- Accumulate cognitive and functional-actional knowledge in order to fulfil the duties specific to occupations described in the National Classification of Occupations in a responsible manner.
- Identify and record economic operations in an organization's accounting system;
- Use IT resources in the financial-accounting field;
- Process information in order to prepare financial-accounting and/or tax reports;
- Determine and interpret economic and financial indicators;
- Carry out operations specific to financial-accounting control.
c. Attitudinal and Value-Related
- Apply the principles, rules and values of professional ethics within one's own rigorous, efficient and responsible work strategy;
- Identify roles and responsibilities in a multi-specialized team, and apply effective relationship and work techniques within the team;
Identify opportunities for continuous training and effectively use resources and learning techniques for one’s own development
Positions after graduation: :
Those who complete our “Accounting and Management Information Systems” bachelor's degree program have the opportunity to find work related to this specialization both in public or private institutions and in any type of economic organization, business centers, etc. There are multiple employment possibilities, the targeted positions being those involving planning and coordinating activities within financial & accounting departments.
Specialist Adviser in Finance and Accounting; Loan Administrator; Bank Loan Officer; Internal Auditor; Internal Auditor in the public sector; Registered Auditor; Price/Cost Analyst; Management Controller; Statutory Auditor; Financial Guard Commissioner; Financial & Banking Adviser; Audit Expert; Budget Consultant; Adviser/Expert/Inspector/Specialist/Economist in Economic Management; Database Administrator; IT Consultant; Programmer Analyst; Liquidator.