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Why study this programme?
Accounting study programme is focused on combining theoretical knowledge and practical skills. The higher education institution conducts not only theoretical studies, but also practices related to accounting management in business enterprises and budgetary institutions. Students practice working with 5 accounting programs: Finvalda, Konto, Stekas-apskaita, Rivilė and BC-plius. Upon graduation, graduates acquire competencies to work in accounting work in various forms of business enterprises and budgetary institutions.
Different computerized accounting systems are used for skill development of accounting management. Studies of business accounting meet international business accounting standards.
Goal of the program
To prepare a qualified, socially and economically responsible accounting specialist of business and public organizations, who is able independently form and implement accounting policy, organise accounting process, analyse economic information, solve activity problems adapting to the changes in the environment.
Study subjects (118 credits): Corporate Social Responsibility, Micro and Macroeconomics, Business Law, Management, Computer Information Management, Foreign Language (English, German), Basics of Accounting, Business Mathematics, Business Statistics, Professional Communication, Financial Accounting, Finance and Insurance, Methodology of Applied Research, Business Organization and Planning, Accounting in the Public Sector / Accounting in Non-profit Organization, Financial Analysis, Taxation, Audit, Term Paper, Computerized Accounting, Management Accounting, Financial Accounting in Budgetary Institutions, Accounting in manufacturing, trading and service companies / International Accounting.
Graduate will have:
1. The knowledge of the principles of the functioning of economy systems and business management, and the ability to apply them to analysis of economic change and its effects on business.
2. The knowledge of the structure of the finance system and its operational principles, and the legislation governing the financial system and business activity, and the ability to apply it to finding solutions to the problems of accounting and finance management.
3. The ability to use modern information technology to collect, systematize and analyze data in the assessment of economic developments and accounting processes in the organization.
4. The ability to manage accounting of an economic entity in conformity with the international and national standards of accounting, legislation and other normative acts.
5. The ability to develop accounting policies with regard to the nature of the business, and to control their validity.
6. The ability to evaluate the financial position of an economic entity by means of a variety of methods and techniques of analysis ensuring the objectivity of results.
7. The ability to prepare plans for an economic entity and monitor their implementation in pursuit of the established goals.
8. The ability to prepare financial, tax, statistical and other reports for external and internal users.
9. The ability to use information technology and specialist computerized accounting programmes for processing accounting information.
10. The ability to apply principles of communication and collaboration when working in a team, in a multicultural environment and making socially responsible, informed decisions.
11. The ability to communicate in oral and written modes using Lithuanian and international accounting terminology.
12. The ability to work in compliance with the principles of professional ethics.
13. The ability to study independently in pursuit of professional development, creativity and critical thinking.
History or Information technologies, or Geography, or Foreign language
Lithuanian language and literature
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