The student can identify the core concepts in the field of financial accounting, recognise the relevant practices and methods and define the need for accounting in general. The student can read the key financial accounting information and statements and provide routine performance in course tasks and participation. The student knows the principles at a basic level. Students can give and receive feedback and take responsibility as an individual learner. The student can act as part of a team under supervision, and he recognizes his level of interaction.
The student can structure the connections between the financial statements and apply the financial accounting themes with relevancy. The student can explain and adopt the need for financial accounting, why and how to use various accounting methods and the need for profitable business. The student can measure financial performance based on public financial information. Student gives and receives constructive feedback, operates in professional manner by recognizing relevant scope and needs, develops his interaction skills, adding value to the team and takes responsibility
The student adapts the course themes in a professional manner, finds and translates the course message and expands the context by bringing perspectives, experiences, and opinions. The student can analyse the selected themes, find the academic approach, use additional research papers and academic sources, and activate mindset to connect financial accounting in working life situations. The student builds creative solutions by combining the course themes, assesses diverse outcomes, looks for new opportunities, justifies the financial decisions made and looks for alternative perspectives The student uses feedback to iterate the learning process and adds collaboration as being an asset for the team. The student develops creative and constructive working methods and brings professional commitment throughout the course.
The course is based on course slides and exercises (.ppt, .xl). There is a book, acting as an extension and supportive material:
Accounting and finance, an introduction, Eddie McLaney-Peter Atrill
Contact teaching, various exercises. On-line teaching as needed, based on instructions regarding Covid status.
01.08.2022 - 01.11.2022
02.07.2022 - 10.09.2022
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MD in Risk Management and Circular Economy
Master's Degree Programme in Risk Management and Circular Economy
TAMK Main Campus
Details to be informed during the first lecture. The evaluation is based on a report based on dedicated themes, there is no exam.
A Masters IB implementation with international students.
The course is 5 credits, totally 135 hours of student work. This covers all the lectures and assignments during the course, based on average estimate for student time consumption.
The course focuses on providing the fundamentals of accounting, specially financial accounting and its elements. The themes by sessions are introduced during the first lecture.