This major aims to help students master senior auditing and accounting knowledge, theory, methods, and skills, as well as the related computer technology needed to supervise financial operations effectively. They will acquire specialized knowledge in computer audit, internal audit, construction audit, financial accounting, financial management, and engineering budgeting. Combining theory with practice and case analysis, students enhance their creativity and practical abilities. In addition, students gain a background in management, economics, law and the humanities. There are two courses of study: computer audit and construction audit.
Graduates will be qualified for positions in auditing, accounting, construction project budgeting, investment control, and investment auditing in companies, public institutes, financial agencies and government.
Economics, Management, Basic Accounting, Economic law, Statistics, Intermediate Financing Accounting, Financial Management, Auditing, Database System, Accounting Information System, Enterprise Resource Planning, Financial Statement Analysis, Computer Audit, Internal Audit, Construction Audit, Construction Enterprise Accounting.
Bachelor of Management