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With commitment to providing an education grounded in the Christian faith, the mission of the Graduate School of Professional Accountancy is to nurture capable accounting professionals with the best ethical principles and skill set as well as a global outlook. We offer a course of instruction that fully integrates theory and practice, taught by full-time faculty members including researchers with advanced academic instructional skills in their specializations, as well as certified public accountants, certified tax accountants, and other instructors with a wealth of practical experience.
We also offer a doctoral program (in the second phase of our doctoral course) for those who wish to further their theoretical and practical research in pursuit of a doctoral degree.
The Graduate School of Professional Accountancy offers two programs and three courses to provide students with learning opportunities that are aligned with their diverse career goals and needs. There are two educational programs to choose from: the Accounting and Auditing Program, which focuses on accounting (financial accounting and auditing theory), and the Tax Management Program, which focuses on tax law, management accounting, and business administration. Students can also choose from three courses that run for either one year, a year and a half, or two years (but there are certain eligibility requirements for courses other than the two-year course).
Designed to meet real world needs, both programs offer a quality curriculum that systematically covers a wide range of subjects, such as bookkeeping and financial accounting, management accounting, auditing, tax law, corporate law, IT, economics, management, and statistics. Our diverse course offerings ensure that students with different accounting career goals can choose courses that meet their personal objectives. We emphasize small-group instruction to provide an education that is tailored to meet the individual needs of students while developing their thinking and debate skills through seminars and case studies. We also have a unique externship program that allows students to experience how businesses are actually run at accounting or audit firms. In this program, students can discover how the knowledge and theories they’ve learned in the classroom are applied in practice.
The Graduate School of Professional Accountancy offers the Doctoral Program in Professional Accounting (the second phase of our doctoral course). Covering research areas that integrate theory and practice in accounting, auditing, governance, taxation, and management, the doctoral program aims to turn students into researchers and leaders with professional ethics of the highest level. The program accepts not only students who have completed the Master's Program in Professional Accountancy but also qualified accounting professionals, such as certified public accountants and certified tax accountants, as well as people who have been working in the field in private and public organizations, and provides guidance in writing their doctoral dissertations.
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