The mission of the MoA Program is to prepare competent and effective Accounting professionals who will help to give direction to their organizations and to lead them to sustainable success. The program is conducted by FHR School of Accounting & Management in cooperation with The University of Maastricht (UM) in the Netherlands.
- Knowledge of the principles and concepts of accounting;
- Ability to obtain knowledge and understanding structured to solve complex problems;
- Students understand the relationships between Accounting and related fields;
- A professional and responsible attitude about the social and ethical aspects of business and science;
- Mastering self- study techniques and critical reflection.
- Students will have acquired knowledge of theories and concepts of Management Accounting, Financial Accounting, Financial Reporting, Auditing and concepts of related disciplines including Leadership, Ethics, Organization Management, Strategic Management and Corporate Governance.
- Students will be able to interpret financial information to identify financial and non-financial opportunities and challenges.
- Students will be able to integrate different perspectives to solve complex problems with knowledge and insight in the field of Accounting.
- Students will be able to analyze an Accounting and Control System and understand the role of Accounting in decision-making processes.
- Students will be able to judge Accounting and Control Systems to meet the strategic needs of an organization including an estimate of the financial and non-financial risks to which an organization is exposed.
- Students will be able to present and explain results from financial reports and perform a small-scale financial audit.
- Students will have a professional and responsible attitude towards social and ethical aspects of business and science.
- Students will demonstrate behaviors necessary and apply critical reflection to become successful in the field of accounting.