The accounting program prepares its graduates for professional careers in public, corporate, and governmental accounting, and for advanced graduate study in accounting. The program provides the background necessary in areas of accounting such as financial reporting, auditing, Zakat and taxation, cost accounting, managerial accounting, accounting information systems, governmental accounting, and international accounting.
Recently, the department offers bachelor's degree. In line with the policy of the College of Business and Economics, the accounting department is seeking for the continuity of the development plan of study that meet the objectives of the College in general and the objectives of the department, in particular , taking into account the use of modern technology in teaching, working to develop competencies and skills development of current faculty members, and strive always to attract distinguished faculty members in the light of global developments .
At its most fundamental, accounting is the development and communication of the financial and operational information necessary for management decisions in both the private and public sectors. Every institution around the globe – corporate/for-profit, government and nonprofit – must maintain accurate financial records. Indeed, Accounting is considered to be one of the most sought after careers, and the demand for accountant jobs is always high.