Department of Accounting

 
The Department intends to cultivate advanced professional talents who are equipped with basic theories of economics and management, and professional knowledge and basic skills in the fields of accounting, auditing and taxation, corporate finance, cost and managerial accounting, assets management and evaluation, and who can engage in the management, consulting, teaching and scientific research work in comprehensive economic management departments, various enterprises and social organizations, as well as intermediaries such as CPA firms, security investment, assets management and evaluation firms, etc. The Department provides the disciplines of accounting and financial management for undergraduates, the discipline of accounting for Master’s and Doctoral postgraduates. The main research areas within this Department include accounting, corporate finance, auditing and taxation, cost and managerial accounting, assets management and evaluation, mergers and acquisition. There are 3 curriculum groups in the Department covering accounting, auditing and taxation, corporate finance, with a total of 30 faculty members including 3 full professors and 14 associate professors.