Business Analysis is an analytical basis for management decision-making. Students study methodological tools of business analysis, risks and control of implementing the results of business analysis in a business entity, and analytical support of sustainable development of economic entities.
It is one of the fundamental disciplines in the accounting and auditing system, which covers fixed asset accounting, intangible assets, R&D costs, inventories, finished products, financial investments, cash, current liabilities, and settlements.
Business and Household Taxation
One of the fundamental disciplines. Students study the mechanism of VAT calculation and payment, excise duties, personal income tax and insurance contributions, corporate income tax, property taxes, mineral extraction tax and other taxes and levies.
Analysis of Financial Accounting, Operational and Investment Processes
The combination of three disciplines helps students learn how to analyze financial and economic activities of companies based on financial statement indicators and justify optimal management decisions based on the results of the analysis.
International Financial Reporting Standards
IFRS are a common accounting and reporting standard in the European Union, Asia and South America. IFRS allow businesses and investors to make qualified financial decisions and understand what is happening in the company.
Tax and Accounting Workshop in 1C: Enterprise
Students learn to use one of the most popular automation software on the market in the sphere of accounting, tax and management accounting (including payroll and HR management) together with economic and organisational activities of an enterprise.