Bachelor's degree in economics: accounting, analysis and audit

General

Program Description

What will they teach me?

The accountant is one of the few professions that are in demand in all spheres and sectors of the national economy, without exception.

Financial analysts are highly qualified economists, specialists in the field of financial analysis, able to "read" financial statements, diagnose the financial situation of the organization, and economically justify management decisions.

Auditors are specialists with knowledge in the field of accounting, legal support of economic activities of organizations, taxation, whose activities will be in demand in the areas of external and internal audit, accounting and preparation of financial (accounting) reporting, consulting, legal support of business, management of companies .

In addition to knowledge of accounting, analysis and auditing, students will learn to present, discuss and defend opinions in a formal and informal setting, in written and oral form, to listen and analytically perceive written information, including the perception of cultural and linguistic differences; Find, receive, organize, write and use information from oral, printed and electronic sources.

Who can I work with?

Graduates can work as chief accountants, economists, financial directors, auditors in commercial and non-profit organizations, state control bodies, financial and credit institutions, tax services and other structures.

Last updated August 2017

About the School

Saratov Socio-Economic Institute of Plekhanov Russian University of Economics is the legal successor of the Saratov State Socio-Economic University. The process of unification of federal and regional ... Read More

Saratov Socio-Economic Institute of Plekhanov Russian University of Economics is the legal successor of the Saratov State Socio-Economic University. The process of unification of federal and regional universities with further subsequent addition of the Saratov Institute of the Russian Trade and Economic University had ended in 2014. Read less