Today’s business environment is full of volatility, complexity uncertainty, and ambiguity. That’s why there is a pressing need for professionals equipped with tools and frameworks guiding appropriate financial decisions in the 21st century.
The doctoral program in accounting and finance is designed to provide solid theoretical knowledge of cutting-edge financial topics that help graduates maneuver complex and dynamic development in accounting and finance.
This degree is typically pursued by those interested in conducting accounting and finance research in academic institutions or research organizations or those interested in teaching at the postsecondary level.
- Strengthen the students’ understanding of the theoretical and practical intersection of accounting and finance.
- Instill within students the knowledge of the fundamental theories and principles of accounting and finance.
- Provide students with knowledge of current and emerging issues in the accounting and finance.
- Enable students to integrate accounting and financial information to make strategic decisions.
- Improve students’ capacity to engage in accounting research and to transform the findings of the research into publications.
- Develop the student’s analytical skills and ability to investigate complex accounting and financial issues.
- Instill within the students an understanding of legal and professional responsibility and ethical obligations when resolving accounting and financial issues.