Bachelor of Accounting

In 2012, the accounting bachelor's degree program was launched at PSUT. This program teaches financial reporting, auditing, taxation, and other related areas, including technology applications.


The accounting degree at PSUT covers the core areas of education in accounting, including financial reporting, managerial accounting, auditing, and taxation. These courses are supported by other business and information technology courses and skills, with the advantage of real-life employers and scenarios integrated into the program.

Departmental graduation requirements:

In addition to the university and college requirements, the student must successfully pass (81) credit hours of study related to the program field, distributed as follows: (66) credit hours as compulsory requirements, and (15) credit hours as elective requirements.

Program Aims

Develop and enhance competencies in measuring, analyzing, validating, and communicating financial and other relevant information to various related parties.

Possible fields of work for graduates:

The graduates of this program can work in of accounting, auditing, taxation, financial analysis, and other related areas.

Bachelor of Accounting