Degree in Accounting and Finance

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Objectives

The main objective of this course is to train professionals capable of management and advisory roles in private companies and public institutions. Their training enables them to manage and interpret accounting and finance systems, in all types of institutions related to market operations and account auditing; anticipate market opportunities, assign resources, manage information, recruit and train workers and make decisions to achieve objectives in the firm in which they work.

Competences

They should have a responsible and rigorous attitude, autonomy to improve and enhance their knowledge and skills and professional development; commitment to solving problems in their field of work, organising and coordinating with the other levels of the organisation; adaptation to changing contexts, and the ability to work within a team, based on a social and ethical commitment.

Graduates will have acquired technical, social and economic knowledge and skills, as well as the suitable tools and methods to carry out the professional tasks mentioned above. A good level of English applied to finance and business is also necessary to prepare and present reports in their specialist field.

Structure and credits

SUBJECT TYPE ECTS
Basic Training (B) 60
Obligatory (Ob) 96
Optional (Opt) 42
Cross-curricular (C) 12
External practicums (Ob) 18
Final Project (Ob) 12

TOTAL CREDITS

240

Student profile

Students on this degree course should be interested in economics and issues related to the workings of companies and management. They should have a gift for studying accounts, finance calculus, social and legal issues, and the ability to understand and analyse those issues.

Professional opportunities and officially regulated professions

Graduates from this course will have received wide-ranging training, and as such will be able to perform a wide range of managerial and technical activities, either in private companies or as civil servants. These include: teaching and research; admission to the civil service; auditing; business consultancy; business start-ups; management of insurance and finance departments or accounting and administration departments; financial analysis.

First academic year taught

Curso 2010/11 PRIMERO
Curso 2011/12 PRIMERO Y SEGUNDO
Curso 2012/13 PRIMERO, SEGUNDO Y TERCERO
Curso 2013/14 PRIMERO, SEGUNDO, TERCERO Y CUARTO

Information leaflet

More information

  • Teaching centre: Faculty of Economics, Business and Tourism
  • Official State Bulletin publication date:  07/06/2011
  • Places available:  75
  • Type of teaching:  CLASSROOM
  • Language of instruction:  SPANISH
  • First academic year taught:  2010-11

Observaciones

External practicums

Final Project

International Programmes and Exchanges

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