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Finance, Accounting &Taxation

Business person leading a company In The Knowledge-Based Society
  • Introduction

    Introduction

    All economic entities, including individuals, businesses and public institutions, raise funds through the financial market for various purposes, manage these funds, and administer these management processes. Financial management, in a narrow sense, is known as “business finance.” This management process deals with the firm’s decisions to raise funds, distribution policies and investment decisions. In a broad sense, financial management includes theories in investment, financial institutions, financial derivatives and international finance, and principles of insurance studies. In addition, accounting information is the common language used in understanding business administration as well as corporate activities between participants in the financial market. Accounting is classified into financial accounting and management accounting, depending on whether the interested parties who require the corporate information in various ways, such as investors, creditors and managers, are inside or outside the firm.

    Educational purposes

    1. As a field of social sciences, business administration is a study of rational operation and strategic management of firms.
      Hence, the Department of Business Administration’s first goal is to enhance the capability for individuals and enterprises to make rational management decisions in relation to their economic activities.
    2. The course focuses on cultivating future expert managers by teaching the students theoretical and expert knowledge on financing, operation, regulations and management of managers.
    3. The course also aims to train the students as creative and truthful managers who can actively cope with the rapidly changing business environment and information-oriented society and contribute to the national society.
  • Curriculum

    Curriculum

    Roadmap
    Finance, Banking and Accounting Roadmap
    Department of Finance
    General Courses General Studies of Business
    Entry Level Courses
    • PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING
    • FINANCE FUNDAMENTALS
    Mid-Level Courses
    • FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
    • THEORY OF INVESTMENTS
    • FINANCE FUNDAMENTALS 2
    • COST / MANAGERIAL ACCOUNT
    Upper Level Courses
    • FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
    • THEORY OF FINANCE
    • TAX LAW
    • MONEY AND BANKING
    Practice based & Field-oriented Courses
    • INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
    • TAX ACCOUNTING
  • Course Descriptions

    Course Descriptions

    Course Descriptions
    Year Major/Elective Semester 1 Semester 2
    Courses Title Credit Courses Title Credit
    Year 1Major
    (Compulsory)
        
    Major
    (Optional)
        
    Year 2Major
    (Compulsory)
        
    Major
    (Optional)
        
    Year 3Major
    (Compulsory)
        
    Major
    (Optional)
        
    Year 4Major
    (Compulsory)
        
    Major
    (Optional)
        
    Course Descriptions
    Year Major/Elective Courses Title Credit
    Year 1
    Semester1
    Major
    (Compulsory)
      
    Major
    (Optional)
      
    Year 1
    Semester2
    Major
    (Compulsory)
      
    Major
    (Optional)
      
    Year 2
    Semester1
    Major
    (Compulsory)
      
    Major
    (Optional)
      
    Year 2
    Semester2
    Major
    (Compulsory)
      
    Major
    (Optional)
      
    Year 3
    Semester1
    Major
    (Compulsory)
      
    Major
    (Optional)
      
    Year 3
    Semester2
    Major
    (Compulsory)
      
    Major
    (Optional)
      
    Year 4
    Semester1
    Major
    (Compulsory)
      
    Major
    (Optional)
      
    Year 4
    Semester2
    Major
    (Compulsory)
      
    Major
    (Optional)