This major aims to help students develop their knowledge of financial accounting, management, economics, law and the humanities. While learning the methods and theory of modern accounting, they will gain skills and expertise in financial accounting, financial management, auditing, and engineer budgeting. Both their practical abilities and creative ideas will be encouraged in practice and case analysis. There are two courses of study: architectural finance accounting and CPA.
Graduates will be qualified for positions in accounting, auditing, construction project budgeting, investment control, and investment auditing in public institutes, financial agencies and government.
Macro-economics, Micro-economics, Management, Economics, Basic Accounting, Statistics, Intermediate Financing Accounting, Advanced Financing Accounting, Management Accounting, Cost Accounting, Financial Management, Construction Enterprise Accounting, Tax Accounting, Auditing, Accounting Information System, Marketing.
Bachelor of Management