of Finance and Economics
Group: Finance and
International Admission: Bachelor
GOALS FOR OUR STUDENTS
Accounting continues to be one of the leading
professions worldwide. Moreover, the demand for accountants in public
practice, industry, and government continues to remain strong. The
objective of our program is to prepare students for careers in public or
private accounting sectors, or related professions, such as banking and
consulting. It also facilitates the professional-oriented preparation for
graduate programs in accounting, business, or finance.
Our program is guided by two underlying
principles: 1) students must learn not only accounting theory but also be
able to incorporate relevant theories into practical application; and 2)
traditional accounting practices must be conjoined with advances in modern
information technology to achieve a unified approach. These two underlying
principles flow into the design of all courses in our four separate
accounting fields: Financial accounting, taxation, finance management, and
Students are required to complete a minimum of
thirty-nine accounting hours and twelve information technology hours
beyond the introductory courses. The required and recommended courses can
be found in our website: http://www.ltc.edu.tw/%7Eacct/. Graduates of our
program will meet the demand for professionals who understand the
applications of technology in the context of business and accounting
processes. All of the information technology courses are taught from the
perspective of the accounting professional.
*Provide E-generation teaching methods, such
as utilization of the information technology and internet.
presentations and conferences that present the latest advances, techniques
*Offer field trips into the realms of government,
business and industry for the purpose of witnessing the incorporation of
academic theory to daily authentic practices.
laboratories to enhance students’ language proficiency and communication
*Our school is aggressively procuring the best
equipment, facilities, and faculty.
*Our school continually hosts
lectures and conferences with the intention of expanding the academic
atmosphere to establish an intercollegiate exchange
*Our school works in collaboration with leaders at all
levels of business, government, banking, securities and exchange
commissions, as well as CPA firms to supply the most stimulating practicum
environments for our students.
There are many career paths for accounting
graduates. Most of our graduates pursue careers in various businesses and
industries, and at all levels of government departments. Others are
employed by public or private accounting firms that render the public and
all types of organizations services of audit, tax, and consulting. For
students who desire to pursue graduate degree, prerequisite courses at
advanced levels are well- prepared for continued studies in the field of
accounting, finance, and management, either in Taiwan or abroad.
Nov 6, 2009