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ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT INFORMATICS SYSTEMS CRAIOVA

Objectives

This programme aims at adapting higher education to the requirements imposed by the business environment and public entities at regional and local level. The current economic realities and the accounting reform highlight the need to educate future specialists with superior skills in obtaining and using accounting information, efficiently managing an entity's resources, evaluating patrimonial structures, conducting economic and financial analyses, offering relevant solutions to the problems occurred at the level of an entity and making effective decisions for their activity. In addition, an essential part of the ability to demonstrate such skills is the use of computers, which has become an indispensable tool for data collection and processing, including the use of methods and techniques to analyse and diagnose, a fact that imposes a proper training in informatics as well.

Competences

The main competencies acquired through the curriculum of the programme can be synthesized as follows:


  • the ability to identify and register economic transactions in the entity/ organization's accounting;
  • the ability to use financial resources in the financial-accounting field;
    • the ability to process information for the preparation of financial-accounting and /or tax reports;
  • the ability to obtain and interpret economic and financial indicators;
    • the ability to conduct specific control and audit operations.

Perspectives

Once the competencies necessary for the education and training of specialists in the field of accounting have been acquired, and taking into account the Classification of Occupations in Romania (COR), the graduates of the specialization “Accounting and Management Informatics Systems” have the opportunity to fill in positions in departments that plan, organize and manage the accounting systems for natural persons and legal entities, as well as other economic departments, according to the law.
The curriculum offers fundamental disciplines, field disciplines, specialized disciplines and complementary disciplines, so that by the end of the three years of study, the graduates will have acquired both theoretical and, particularly, practical knowledge meant to facilitate their insertion onto the labour market.

 

SYLLABUS

1st year

Discipline

Code

FD
D
S
C

OB
OP
F  

Opt.
0/≥1

C1

S1

L1

P1

CT1

FV1

C2

S2

L2

P2

CT2

FV2

COMPULSORY AND OPTIONAL DISCIPLINES

 

     

 

         

 

         

Microeconomics

D20CGL101

FD

OB

1

2

2

   

5

E

 

         

Marketing

D20CGL102

C

OB

1

2

2

   

3

E

 

         

The Fundamentals of Accounting

D20CGL103

FD

OB

1

2

2

   

5

E

 

         

Mathematics applied in econ.

D20CGL104

FD

OB

1

2

1

   

5

E

 

         

The Fundamentals of IT

D20CGL105

S

OB

1

1

 

2

 

4

E

 

         

Business Law

D20CGL106

C

OB

1

2

     

4

V

 

         

Foreign language 1

D20CGL107

FD

OB

1

 

2

   

4

V

 

         

Physical education 1

D20CGL108

C

OB

1

 

1!

   

1*

A/R

 

         

Macroeconomics

D20CGL210

FD

OB

1

 

         

2

1

   

5

E

Management

D20CGL211

FD

OB

1

 

         

2

2

   

5

E

Public Finance

D20CGL212

D

OB

1

 

         

2

1

   

4

E

Financial Accounting

D20CGL213

D

OB

1

 

         

2

1

   

3

E

Statistics

D20CGL214

FD

OB

1

 

         

2

2

   

5

E

Economics Informatics

D20CGL215

FD

OB

1

 

         

2

 

2

 

5

V

Foreign language 2

D20CGL216

C

OB

1

 

         

 

2

   

3

V

Physical education 2

D20CGL217

C

OB

1

 

         

 

1!

   

1*

A/R

T O T A L

 

 

 

 

11

9

2

0

30

 

12

9

2

0

30

 

                                 

ELECTIVES

 

     

 

         

 

         

Elements of mathematical calculation

D20CGL109

C

F

0

2

0

   

3

V

 

         

Initial Training Practice

D20CGL109

C

F

1

 

 

8.57

 

3

V

 

         

Public Speaking

D20CGL218

C

F

0

 

         

2

0

   

3

V

Psychology in Education (DPPD)

D14MP1SL101

FD

F

1

2

2

   

5

E

 

         

The fundamentals of pedagogy curriculum Theory and Methodology (DPPD)

D14MP1SL202

FD

F

1

 

         

2

2

   

5

E

T O T A L

 

 

 

 

4

2

8.57

0

11

 

4

2

0

0

8

 

*To be awarded in addition of the 30 transferable credits of a semester, according to the ARACIS decision of 28.06.2012.

 

2nd Year

Discipline

Cod

FD
D
S
C

OB
OP
F  

Opt.
0/≥1

C1

S1

L1

P1

CT1

FV1

C2

S2

L2

P2

CT2

FV2

COMPULSORY AND OPTIONAL DISCIPLINES

                               

European Economics

D20CGL319

FD

OB

1

2

1

   

5

V

           

Business Ethics

D20CGL320

C

OB

1

2

2

   

5

E

           

Financial Accounting II

D20CGL321

D

OB

1

2

2

   

4

E

           

Financial management of the enterprise

D20CGL322

FD

OB

1

2

2

   

5

E

           

Econometrics

D20CGL323

FD

OB

1

2

2

   

5

E

           

Economics Information Systems

D20CGL324

S

OB

1

2

-

1

 

3

E

           

Foreign Language 3

D20CGL325

C

OB

1

 

2

-

 

3

V

           

Physical education 3

D20CGL326

C

OB

1

 

1!

   

1*

A/R

           

Monetary economics

D20CGL429

S

OB

1

           

2

1

   

4

E

Public Accounting

D20CGL431

S

OB

1

           

2

2

   

5

E

Financial systems and Reporting

D20CGL432

S

OB

1

           

2

2

   

5

V

Taxation and accounting management

D20CGL433

S

OB

1

           

2

2

   

4

E

Financial Decisions of the company

D20CGL434

S

OB

1

           

2

2

   

4

E

   Data bases

D20CGL435

D

OP

1

           

2

1

   

3

V

   Management Information Systems

D20CGL436

D

OP

0

           

2

1

   

3

V

   Decision support systems

D20CGL437

D

OP

0

           

2

1

   

3

V

   The economics of the enterprise

D20CGL438

D

OP

0

           

2

1

   

3

V

Physical education 4

D20CGL439

C

OB

1

             

1!

   

1*

A/R

Internship (3 weeks .-90 hours)

D20CGL440

D

OB

2

                 

8.18

5

V

T O T A L

       

12

11

1

0

30

 

12

10

0

0

30

 
                                 

ELECTIVES

                             

Philosophy

D20CGL327

C

F

0

2

1

   

3

V

           

Political studies

D20CGL328

C

F

0

2

1

   

3

V

           

Internship

D20CGL442

C

F

0

                 

10.9

3

V

. Theory and methodology of training. Theory and methodology of assessment (DPPD)

D14MP1CL103

FD

F

1

2

2

   

5

E

           

The Didactics of the specialization (DPPD)

D14MP1CL204

S

F

1

           

2

2

   

5

E

T O T A L

       

6

4

0

0

11

 

2

2

0

10.9

8

 

* To be awarded in addition of the 30 transferable credits of a semester, according to the ARACIS decision of 28.06.2012.

 

3rd year

Discipline

Code

FD
D
S
C

OB
OP
F  

Opt.
0/≥1

C1

S1

L1

P1

CT1

FV1

C2

S2

L2

P2

CT2

FV2

COMPULSORY AND OPTIONAL DISCIPLINES

                               

Management accounting

D20CGL543

D

OB

1

2

2

   

5

E

           

Accounting techniques and procedures

D20CGL659

S

OB

1

2

1

   

4

E

           

Internal Audit

D20CGL546

S

OB

1

2

1

   

5

E

           

Financial and economic analysis

D20CGL547

D

OB

1

2

2

   

5

E

           

    Enterprise assessment

D20CGL549

D

OP

1

2

1

   

4

E

           

    Financial markets

D20CGL550

D

OP

0

2

1

   

4

E

           

Taxation

 

D

OP

 

2

1

   

4

E

           

    International Finance

D20CGL552

D

OP

0

2

1

   

4

E

           

Credit institutions accounting

D20CGL553

D

OB

1

2

1

   

4

V

           

    Consolidated accounting

D20CGL554

S

OP

1

2

1

   

3

V

           

   Accounting for combinations of entities

D20CGL555

D

OP

0

2

1

   

3

V

           
 

D20CGL556

D

OP

0

2

1

   

3

V

           

Financial Audit

D20CGL657

D

OB

1

           

2

2

   

5

E

Accounting for international transactions

D20CGL658

S

OB

1

           

2

2

   

5

E

       ERP accounting simulations

D20CGL543

D

OP

1

                 

3

4

V

       ERP accounting management projects

   

OP

                   

3

4

V

Management Control

D20CGL660

S

OB

1

           

2

2

   

4

E

Strategic Management of business

D20CGL661

D

OB

1

           

2

2

   

4

E

                                 

Analysis of financial flows
   

D20CGL663

D

OP

1

           

2

1

   

3

V


    Prices and competition

D20CGL548

D

OP

0

           

2

1

   

3

V


    Credit institutions

D20CGL670

D

OP

0

           

2

1

   

3

V


Writing the Bachelor degree thesis 60 hours

D20CGL666

D

OB

2

                 

5

5

V

                                 
                                 

T O T A L

       

14

9

0

0

30

 

10

9

0

3

30

 
                                 

ELECTIVES

                             

 Community law

D20CGL555

C

F

0

2

1

   

3

V

           

Communication and public relations

D20CGL556

C

F

0

2

1

   

3

V

           

Agricultural Accounting

D20CGL667

S

F

0

           

2

1

   

3

V

Accounting for the environment

D20CGL668

S

F

0

           

2

1

   

3

V

                                 

Computer Assisted Training (DPPD)

D14MP1CL107

S

F

1

1

1

   

2

C

           

Teaching practice in compulsory pre-university education (DPPD)

D14MP1CL109

S

F

1

     

3

3

C

           

Student Class Management (DPPD)

D14MP1CL208

FD

F

1

           

1

1

   

3

E

Teaching practice in compulsory pre-university education (DPPD)

D14MP1CL209

S

F

1

                 

3

2

C

                                 

T O T A L

       

5

3

0

3

11

 

5

3

0

3

11

 
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