College of Administration and Economics
About the Department
The department of Accounting was established in 2004. This department submits its students to study for four years to gain a Bachelor degree to work in governmental establishments.
The students of this department are provided with necessary skills and experiences required in their future career. The course of undergraduate study is rigorous and comprehensive, preparing students for the future professional or academic activities in the field they have specialized in. The scientific courses in this department are balanced between the curricula and actual life.
The combination of these courses has become something of great importance. The department includes lectures that impart an overall knowledge of the basic principles and essential details regarding the field of specialty. Students also study in common with their specialty; computer and Kurdish language.
The department is concerned with introducing the students to various step of the development of Accounting. In the advanced stages, the curricula goes in depth to provide the students with the knowledge and experience to be able to master and control these curricula and to help them become experts in their specialty.
The study system starts at mid-September every academic year according the university calendar and it concludes by the end of June. During the length of this system students must sit seasonal exams and final test in every class. The department provides opportunities for students in multi-disciplinary research and study based on major disciplines to broaden their understanding of production.
- To prepare accounting parties which are ready scientifically and practically for governmental nongovernmental sectors.
- Prepare students primarily to help them for work after graduation academically and professionally.
- The creation of ambition and desire for students towards development of the accounting profession and overcome any weakness points.
- Provide special background comparisons with different accounting systems and feasibility for building accounting systems.