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SPECIALIZATION IN FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING (BA)

MASTER PROGRAMME IN ACCOUNTING (MA)

 

SPECIALIZATION IN FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING (BA)


Institute in charge: Institute of Business Information and Methods
Head of the program: Dr. Tibor Pál, Associate Professor, Head of Institute, Head of Department

Form of education:
Full-time and part-time program

Duration of program:
6 academic semesters + related professional practice outside the university (for part-time students: your place of work – if it corresponds to this specialization - will be considered)

Qualification in the degree:
Economist, B.A. in Specialization "Finance and Accounting"

After the third semester, students can choose a specialization. Specializations offer beyond general knowledge in finance and accounting special knowledge in the field chosen.

Specialization in Finance: the aim of this specialization is to deepen knowledge concerning financial affairs of corporations, central administration and financial institutions. You will get special knowledge in the following fields: corporate financial planning, finances of the central administration, banking, investments and securities.

Specialization in Accounting: the aim of this specialization is to deepen knowledge in different fields related to accounting. You will get special knowledge in the following fields: banking accounting, accounting of non-profit organizations.

Modules in Specialization Finance and Accounting:

    A1. Methodological basic courses
    A2. Economic theoretical basic courses
    A3. Optional courses
    B1. General business basic courses
    B2. Courses in foreign professional (business) language
    B3. Courses for improving competences
    C1. General courses in finance and accounting
    C2. Courses in institutional finance and accounting
    D1. Courses of Specialization in Finance
    D2. Courses of Specialization in Accounting

Qualification requirements:

  • For the absolutory 180 credit points from courses, 30 credit points from practice and meeting all the criteria are required;
  • Successful closing examination = defending your thesis + comprehensive professional closing examination;
  • At least one middle-level state language examination in foreign professional language (type „C”) or other accredited examination.


You will get more information on the following website and e-mail:

E-mail: ststat@uni-miskolc.hu

 

 

MASTER PROGRAMME IN ACCOUNTING (MA)


Institute in charge: Institute of Business Information Management and Methodology
Head of Programme: Dr. Tibor Pál

Objective: the objective of the programme is to train professionals who, following the acquisition of internationally competitive, up-to-date theoretical and practical knowledge, are able to direct, control and analyse the accounting processes of economic organisations. In possession of their theoretical and practical, business and methodology knowledge, purposefully developed executive skills and competences, they are able to perform middle and upper-executive tasks in various areas of the domestic and international economy, process the international and domestic literature of accounting, enhance it and pursue doctoral studies.

Entry requirements
Programmes accepted in admission into the master programme as a pre-requirement and not in line with the Bologna process (under the proposal for the establishment of the Master Programme in Accounting):

  • Programmes accepted in admission unconditionally with recognition of 180 credit points:
    • a1) degrees in economics requiring at least 5 years of university-level studies, not in line with the Bologna process,
    • a2) degrees in economics requiring at least 3 years of college-level studies, not in line with the Bologna process,
    • a3) degrees in professional advanced programmes accredited in economics and business sciences
  • bachelor programmes and credit requirements accepted under conditions of entry
    • b1) At most 120 credit points can be recognised automatically for degrees obtained in programmes of 5 years of university-level studies prior to the introduction of the Bologna system.


It is an entry requirement into the master programme that students possess a minimum of 30 credit points in the above fields of knowledge. The missing credit points are to be obtained parallel with the studies aimed at obtaining a Master’s Degree, within two years as from admission according to the stipulations on the Students’ Requirement System of the University of Miskolc and its Faculty of Economics.

 

You will get more information on the following website and e-mail:

E-mail: ststat@uni-miskolc.hu

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