The Department of Accounting consists of 11 full-time academic and accounting practitioners. These individuals are highly skilled classroom instructors and experts in their respective teaching fields.
The Department of Accounting mainly engages in the fields of accounting, financial management, auditing and other related areas. It provides relative courses for the bachelor, master and doctoral programs. The curriculum offered by this department is as follow: accounting principles, intermediate financial accounting, advanced financial accounting, financial management, cost accounting, management accounting, advanced financial management, advanced management accounting, auditing, and accounting information systems.
The mission of this department is to produce ethical accounting graduates through our teaching, service and research, who have the academic and professional knowledge base to meet the challenges posed by a dynamic global business environment. The main research fields include investment and financing, decision-making and value-based management, modern accounting theory and methods, modern financial engineering, incentive mechanism, and corporate performance measurement.