Accounting

A.T.D. Professional Profile

Introduction

The Advance Technical Degree in Accounting grants the professional competences needed for an efficient performance on a local, regional and national level.

Professional Competences

Professional competences define the skills and attitudes required for the successful development of activities in the academical area, the ability to adapt to new situations as well as the application of accumulated knowledge in the pursuit of a higher academical degree.

Generic Competences:

Are those that allow graduates to learn throughout their lives and are common to all professional profiles; they are integrated by the capacity for analysis and synthesis, skills for basic research, individual abilities and social skills.

Specific Competences:

  1. Assess the operations of the economic entity applying NIFs to integrate the financial information that serves as the basis for decision-making.
    1. Structure the accounting of operations carried out by the economic entity to integrate financial reporting.
    2. Integrate the financial statements applying the Financial Reporting Standards to contribute to decision-making.
  2. Evaluate the financial information of the economic entity, according to physical rules, procedures and dispositions, to contribute to the decision making in the optimization of resources.
    1. To manage administrative procedures in accordance with the taxpayer’s legal framework for compliance with the legal applicable regulations.
    2. Integrate the paperwork by means of the taxation procedures established in the legal provisions for the whole lot of the contributions.
    3. Integrate the working papers applying Auditing Standards and Procedure, to verify compliance with Financial Reporting Standards.
    4. Formulate financial reports through costing systems, for decision making in the optimization of resources.
    5. Diagnose the financial situation using the standards established in the theory of the entity’s economic-financial behavior.

     

Job Opportunities

 The Advanced Technical Graduate in Accounting, will be able to work in:

  • Public and private companies engaged in the production and marketing of goods and services.
  • Federal, state and municipal public agencies.
  • Your own company providing advisory services (accounting, financial and fiscal).

Professional Employment

The Graduate in Advanced Technical in Accounting may work as:

  •  Accounting Supervisor
  • Internal Comptroller Coordinator
  • Audit Coordinator
  • Finance Coordinator
  • Cost Coordinator Fiscal and Accounting Advisor
  • Personnel Administration Coordinator

 

 

Professional Profile Engineering

 

Introduction

The Financial and Tax Engineering grants the professional competences needed for an efficient performance on a local, regional and national level.

Professional Competences

Professional competences define the skills and attitudes required for the successful development of activities in the academical area, the ability to adapt to new situations as well as the application of accumulated knowledge in the pursuit of a higher academical degree.

Generic Competences:

Skill of analysis and synthesis, basic research skills, individual and social abilities, management skills and second language communication skill.

Specific Competences:

  1. Verify financial information in a truthful and prompt manner for proper decision making.
    1. To integrate the accounting information that allows understanding of the financial situation of economic entities.
    2. Evaluate production, commercial and service costs through different pricing systems.
    3. Assess production costs.
    4. Verify the financial information by applying current auditing regulations.
  1. Verify the financial information regarding contributions that allows the economic entity to make decisions in order to optimize its resources.
    1. Design the tax model of the economic entity, applying laws in force to comply with its obligations.
  2. To implement in the economic entity solutions to financial problems through the diagnosis of the current situation and its future outlook.
    1. Diagnose financial information, analyzing financial and economic capital structures to identify areas of opportunity and optimize their resources.
    2. Propose financial planning through re-engineering and evaluation of the financial situation in order to optimize future resources.

Job Opportunities

The Financial and Tax Engineering will be able to work in:

  • Public and private companies involved in the production of goods and services.
  • Financial institutions.
  • Your own company providing consultancy services (accounting, financial and fiscal).

Professional Employment

The Financial and Tax Engineering will be able to work as:

  • Internal and external auditors
  • Internal Comptroller
  • General and independent accountant
  • Tax advisor

Syllabus

A.T.D.

First Term

  • Mathematics
  • Informatics I
  • Logical Thinking Development
  • Basic Accounting
  • Management Fundamentals
  • Civil Law
  • English I
  • Oral and Written Expression I
  • Sociocultural Education I

 

Second Term

  • Statistics
  • Informatics I
  • Intermediate Accounting
  • Employment Law
  • Commercial Law
  • Economics
  • English II
  • Sociocultural Education II

 

Third Term

  • Financial Mathematics
  • Corporations Accounting/li>
  • Advanced Accounting
  • Analysis and Interpretation of Financial Statements
  • Introduction to Tax Law
  • Quality
  • Inclusive I
  • English III
  • Sociocultural Education III

 

Fourth Term

  • Fundamentals of Audit
  • Cost Accounting I
  • Finance Administration
  • Contributions from Individuals
  • Budget
  • Foreign Trade
  • English IV
  • Sociocultural Formation IV

Fifth Term

  • Financial Audit
  • Cost Accounting II
  • Contributions of Moral Individuals
  • Wages and Salaries
  • Project Financial Evaluation
  • Inclusive II
  • English V
  • Oral and Written Expression II
  • Sociocultural Education I

 

 

Sixth Term

  • Internship in the Productive Sector

Engineering

Seventh Term

  • Time Management
  • Special Accounting
  • Financial Structure
  • English VI
  • Fiscal Simulator of Physical Individuals

 

Eighth Term

  • Governmental Accounting
  • Capital Structure
  • English VII
  • Planning and Organization of Work
  • Tax Simulator for Business Individuals

Ninth Term

  • Cost and Inventory Management
  • Government Audit
  • Management of High Performance Teams
  • Financial Evaluation
  • English VIII
  • Inclusive II
  • Non-profit Corporate Persons Tax Simulator

Tenth Term

  • Cost Management for Decision Making
  • Fiscal Audit
  • English IX
  • Inclusive II
  • Inclusive III
  • Business Negotiation
  • Fiscal Defense Seminar

Eleventh Term

  • Internship in the Productive Sector