The Accounting Technologist Program (ADAT) is a two-year associate level program for bright young graduates for an exciting career in Accounting. The primary objective of the program is to build a talent pool initially for the entire industry by identifying and equipping students with necessary skills for high productivity and performance. The program provides critical accounting knowledge and real-world skills. The curriculum emphasizes critical learning outcomes required by students to succeed in the profession of Accountancy. Students will learn about international accounting standards, processes and terminologies and making them competent in the skills required for Accounting.
The Accounting Technologist Program (Associate of Arts in Accounting) is designed to provide students with a well-rounded education by offering a core set of specialized courses in accounting. The program incorporates many strong practical components.
All students pursuing the Accounting Technologist Program (ADAT) associate degree must complete the following requirements:
The educational objectives of the Accounting Technologist program incorporate the objectives of the CBS. The aim of the program is to provide the necessary education, skills and values to students who seek a career in accounting-related profession in the industry, in financial and accounting institutions, or in government.
- Demonstrate knowledge of essentials in the fields of accounting and finance to provide sound information through valid processes to users of accounting and financial services.
- Show thorough competence in understanding quantitative and qualitative methods as applied to
- problem-solving in the fields of accounting and finance.
- Communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, to explain, evaluate, and present financial and accounting information to varied audiences.
- Employ integrity, ethics, and social responsibility in accounting and financial practices.
Program Learning Outcomes
At the end of the program students shall have:
- The ability to think laterally, critically, innovatively, creatively, and to make connections among diverse fields of study in analysing problems
- A global perspective based on an understanding of both the domestic and global environments of the organizations
- A good understanding of the ethical and environmental ramifications of accounting decisions
- The ability to interact effectively in group situations
- Acquired analytical and research skills to deal with accounting problems
- Developed the ability to learn autonomously