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Institution title: Klaipeda University
Duration in credits, form and duration: 210
Full-time - 3.5 (metais)
Field of education: Engineering and engineering trades
Sub-sector of education: Motor vehicles, ships and aircraft
Study programme:

Institution title: Vilnius Academy of Arts Faculty of Telšiai
Duration in credits, form and duration: 240
Full-time - 4 (metais)
Field of education: Arts
Sub-sector of education: Arts (broad programs)
Study programme:

Institution title: Kaunas College
Summary of the programme profile:
Future technicians for the construction and production of interior elements study an introduction to philosophy, Lithuanian grammar, preparation of documents, fundamentals of psychology, a foreign language, mathematics, physics, chemistry, mechanics, fundamentals of electrical engineering, information technologies, etc.

Practical studies are conducted in four stages: development of skills, creative-production, production-technological and final practice. The duration of practical studies is 20 weeks. During studies, the skills required to construct interior elements, organise and implement their production, etc., are consolidated and improved.

The study programme for construction and production of interior elements is designed for people who have secondary general education and aspire to be technicians.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 180
Full-time - 3 (metais)
Field of education: Manufacturing and processing
Sub-sector of education: Materials (glass, paper, plastic and wood)
Study programme:

Institution title: Klaipeda University
Summary of the programme profile:
Future bachelors of social geography study social geography, demography, economic geography, global geography of regions, geography of inhabitants and settlements, cartography and GIS and other social, natural and humanitarian subjects; and learn to perform scientific work, etc.
Practical training is organized in two stages: educational practical training and special practical training. During educational practical training (in Lithuania), students familiarize themselves with territorial distribution of settlements and economies, and learn how to collect various field information and work with social survey questionnaires. During practical training outwith Lithuania, students familiarize themselves with planning and infrastructure of settlements abroad; and with the assistance of university teachers, they learn about territorial planning, policy and problems of the country. The duration of practical studies is 220 hours.
The study programme for social geography is intended for persons who have obtained secondary education.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 210
Full-time - 3.5 (metais), Part-time - 5 (metais)
Field of education: Social and behavioural sciences
Sub-sector of education: Sociology and cultural studies
Study programme:

Institution title: Vilnius University
Summary of the programme profile:
Subjects included in the Applied macroeconomics programme are the following: 10 compulsory subjects (micro and macro-economic analysis, economic globalization, investment project analysis, financial markets, economic research methodology, the EU competition and industrial policy, economic conjuncture research, seminar on the public economics current affairs, seminar on macro-economic current affairs), and 4 from 9 elective subjects (international trade policy, public administration, EU employment and social policy, strategic management, macroeconomic forecasting processes, etc.). Studies Master's program ends with the final work. Final work integrates research work carried out on the second and third semesters.
The practice not scheduled.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 90
Full-time - 1.5 (metais)
Field of education: Social and behavioural sciences
Sub-sector of education: Economics
Study programme:

Institution title: Lithuanian University of Education
Duration in credits, form and duration: 120
Full-time - 2 (metais), Part-time - 3 (metais)
Field of education: Education
Sub-sector of education: Teacher training with subject specialisation
Study programme:

Accounting

Institution title: Vilnius Co-operative college
Summary of the programme profile:
Future accountants are studying foreign languages, information technology, mathematics, law, economics, language culture, financial and management accounting, accounting applications, financial, tax, audit, business performance analysis, management, marketing, agricultural statistics, philosophy, logic, public sector finance, accounting, etc. under VSAFAS.
Practical training takes place in four phases: training complex accounting practices, business management practices (business plans), processing and final practice of the business. Practice Study duration - 21 weeks. As a result, establishes theoretical knowledge acquired at lectures, practical improvements in students' skills in the preparation and processing of accounting documents, registering their records, improved communication and cooperation skills.
Accounting degree program is designed for persons with secondary education and are seeking to become accountants.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 180
Full-time - 3 (metais), Part-time - 4 (metais)
Field of education: Business and administration
Sub-sector of education: Accounting and taxation
Study programme:

Accounting

Institution title: Vilnius College
Summary of the programme profile:
Future accounting specialists study psychology, business foreign language, microeconomics, macroeconomics, business economy, finance, management, document management, marketing, information technologies, statistics, law, applied mathematics, speciality language, social insurance, financial markets, basics of accounting, financial accounting, internal inspection system, computerises accounting, tax basement, auditing, company activities analysis.
Practical studies are performed at three stages: Training practice, vocational training and final professional training.
Practical studies cover 23 weeks. During the practical course the skills in accounting management are being perfected together with other necessary skills required.
The accounting study program is arranged for people who have acquired secondary education and endeavour to become a successful accounting specialist.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 180
Full-time - 3 (metais), Part-time - 4 (metais)
Field of education: Business and administration
Sub-sector of education: Accounting and taxation
Study programme:

Accounting

Institution title: Alytus College
Summary of the programme profile:
Future bookkeepers study IT, sociology, business ethics, mathematics, the theory of economics, statistics, marketing, the basics of law, finance, the tax system, banking, etc.
Practical training is organised in seven stages: the basics of accounting, financial accounting, computerised accounting, the financial analysis of a company, preparation of a business plan, tax specialisation, and practice at a company. The duration of training is 23 weeks. Administration of accounting, completion of financial statements, organisation of the control of a company, and other skills are reinforced and improved during the training.
This bookkeeping studies programme is intended for individuals who have acquired a secondary education and would like to become bookkeepers.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 180
Part-time - 4 (metais)
Field of education: Business and administration
Sub-sector of education: Accounting and taxation
Study programme:

Accounting

Institution title: Siauliai State College
Summary of the programme profile:
Objective(s) of a study programme:

To train the accountants for the companies operating in national and global markets, who are able to monitor accounting of the entities, control accounting of economic processes, to do the analysis of financial condition and activity results and make budgets of the entities, to adapt (continually learn) to the ever-changing global environment.
Learning outcomes:

The graduate will:
1. be aware of modern theories and concepts of business management and economics and will be able to apply them;
2. understand national juridical and economic systems, types of companies and specifics of their activities;
3. be aware of economic information development juridical and accounting aspects internationally;
4. form accounting policy in juridical and accounting aspects.
5. methodically plan and organize the work of accounting agencies when achieving the intended aims;
6. independently maintain accounting of entities, develop reports and present them to the interested parties;
7. control application of accounting policy conceptions and perform financial control;
8. apply the indices that describe financial activities and do their analysis;
9. generalize and evaluate the results of the activities and financial condition of the entity;
10. methodically prepare juridical person’s budgets and control their performance;
11. be able to collect, interpret and argue relevant (usually studied in one’s own field) data necessary for decision making;
12. be able to convey information, ideas, problems and solutions when communicating with specialists and non-specialists, to adapt to new situations, to work in an international context;
13. be able to independently learn in the field of one’s own professional activities, understand moral responsibility for the quality of his/her performance as well as the impact of its results on society, economic and cultural development, welfare and the environment.
Activities of teaching and learning:

Teaching and learning activities are oriented towards the development of students’ entrepreneurship, creativity and special competencies. Innovative teaching and learning methods are applied that provide and fix basic knowledge and are meant to promote analytical thinking and to imitate professional activities: inclusive lecture, demonstration, discussions, brainstorming, problem solving, case study, workshops based on exercises and (or) problem-solving, self-study work based on real problem solving, group and (or) individual work based on tasks, course paper based on scientific researches, preparation and presentation of literature review, etc.
Methods of assessment of learning achievements:
Assessment of the learning achievements is an integral part of the study process. Assessment is done during the whole semester and examination session. Ten-grade criterion-based assessment system and accumulative assessment are applied. Learning achievements of the subject during the semester are assessed during current assessments (written quizzes, control works, creative tasks, projects described and defended orally). Studies of each subject end up with the assessment of the exam or the work (project, research, practical work assessment, etc.) independently done by the student. Student’s knowledge and skills during the examination period are assessed only when the student has done the current assessment tasks that were intended during the semester. Final assessment (mark) is compiled of current assessment and exam marks. Its composition is calculated according to the proportions that are indicated in the subject description.
Framework:
Study subjects (modules), practical training:

Scope of the main study field subject is 135 credits (including practice). Basic study subjects are as follows: Basics of Economics, Information Technologies, Applied Mathematics, Basics of Management, Basics of Accounting, Basics of Finance, Business Economy (subject/practice), Basics of Marketing, Statistics, Financial Accounting (subject/practice), Basics of Law, Basics of Audit, Financial Analysis and Management (subject/practice), Tax System, Accounting of Management, Business Ethics, Applied Software Systems, Public Sector Accounting and Financial Accountability, Accounting of Individual Activities of Sole Proprietorships, Partnerships and Individuals, course paper.
Duration of the professional practice activities is 20 weeks: Accounting Practice, Computerized Accounting Practice, Business Economy Practice, Financial Analysis and Management Practice, Final Practice.
Specializations:
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Optional courses:

It is possible to choose alternative subjects for deepening in the field: International Financial Payments / International Accounting Standards, Financial Audit, Performance Audit, Computerized Accounting, Cost Accounting / Budgeting and Control, Computerized Accounting I/ Computerized Accounting II.
9 credits are given for student’s freely optional subjects. Students can freely choose the subjects from those offered by the College or study them participating in mobility projects.
Distinctive features of a study programme:
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Duration in credits, form and duration: 180
Full-time - 3 (metais), Part-time - 4 (metais)
Field of education: Business and administration
Sub-sector of education: Accounting and taxation
Study programme:

Accounting

Institution title: Panevezys College
Summary of the programme profile:
General Description:
Objective(s) of a study programme:
The aim of the study programme – to prepare high qualification accountant able to organize accountancy of economy subject, analyze economy subject’s financial activity results, prepare budgets, control economy processes, continuously learn in changing global environment conditions.
Learning outcomes:
Knows accountancy science principles and understands application in practical accountancy activities. Understands structure of the finance system, financial market types and purpose, public and private sectors’ finance and accountancy functions. Is able to gather and analyze data, use modern informational technologies, use effective research methods. Knows principles of accountants’ professional ethics code application. Understands accountancy policy formation principles and goals. Is able to plan, organize and implement practical activities in professional accountancy areas, independently select and use informational technologies, specialized accountancy software. Is able to formalize economy operations following legal documents and control legality; to manage organizations’ and physical persons’ accountancy. Is able to generalize, analyze and systematize organization’s financial reports’ data, evaluate financial state and activity results, present proposals.
Able responsibly, critically, consistently express themselves, raise problems and solve them.
Activities of teaching and learning:
Lectures, seminars, discussions, individual and group practical exercises, self-written papers, continuous practical tasks, work presentations, project works, case (problem situations) analysis.
Methods of assessment of learning achievements:
To encourage student motivation, consistent, steady work during their studies cumulative assessment system used. Available assessment methods: control works, term papers, reports, projects, exams, final work (thesis).
Framework:
Study subjects (modules), practical training:
Professional foreign language, Safe work and civil safety, Sociology, Applied mathematics, Practical informatics, Specialty language and document management, Economics fundamentals, Accountancy fundamentals, management and marketing fundamentals, Business economics +C, Psychology, Finance, Computerized documents’ management, Statistics, Financial accountancy, management accountancy, Taxes, Computerized accountancy, Audit, Financial analysis +C
Practices:
Accountancy fundamentals practice;
Business organization (PLF)
Accountancy in companies,
Accountancy software,
Final practice.
Specialisations:
Accountancy in budget institutions,
Accountancy in banks (credit and financial institutions),
Optional courses:
Public administration A3
Social care economics A3
Career management A4
Creative strategies A4
Financial markets A5
Personal finance management A5
Business ethics A6
Etiquette and communication A6
PD1
PD2
Distinctive features of a study programme:

Access to professional activity or further study:
Access to professional activity:
Graduate will be able to work in companies’, institutions’ and organizations’ accountancy services, establish accountancy service company and deliver accountancy management services in other areas.
Access to further study:
Studies may be continued in universities in social sciences area business and management field group study programmes.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 180
Full-time - 3 (metais), Part-time - 4 (metais)
Field of education: Business and administration
Sub-sector of education: Accounting and taxation
Study programme:

Accounting

Institution title: Kaunas College
Summary of the programme profile:
Future accountants study a foreign language, law fundamentals, an introduction to philosophy, mathematics, human safety, communication behaviour, Lithuanian grammar, economic theory, documentation management, fundamentals of information technologies, etc.

Practical studies are conducted in three stages: accountancy, business organisation and accounting, and graduation practice. The duration of practical studies is 20 weeks. During these studies, the skills required to manage accounting of monetary, short and long term assets, work and work resources, and purchase-sales operations, and to prepare financial, taxable, and statistical reports, etc. are consolidated and improved.

The accounting study programme is designed for people who have secondary general education and aspire to be accountants.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 180
Full-time - 3 (metais), Part-time - 4 (metais)
Field of education: Business and administration
Sub-sector of education: Accounting and taxation
Study programme:

Accounting

Institution title: Public institution Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences
Summary of the programme profile:
General Description:
Objective(s) of a study programme:
Prepare a specialist (accountant) who is able to apply the latest knowledge and information for self-employment and further learning, based on results of fundamental and applied research necessary in complex, changing, multicultural professional environment in order to solve the problems related to these activities effectively; plan and organize activities, manage accounting, manage and control financial processes in enterprises, institutions and organizations; adjust thinking skills and attitudes that provide the opportunity to act creatively in new situation, communicate in Lithuanian and foreign languages, to convey information to specialist and non-specialist audiences, work individually and in teams, develop his professionalism and general education continually.
Learning outcomes:
The graduate of this program:
1. Knows the general philosophy, psychology, economics, finance, management, and other scientific principles and understand of the peculiarities of their application in the analysis of an entity issues and decision-making.
2. Knows essential concepts of the studied subjects and able to maintain existing accounting professional theoretical knowledge, which is necessary to collect, interpret and manage accounting data in practice.
3. Able to using primary and secondary data sources to collect, analyze and interpret accounting data, using modern information technologies and their capabilities.
4. Able to apply effective study methods, purposefully garnering accounting issues, and perform to the practice-oriented researches.
5. Able to organize the entity's accounting services work ,to develop and implement accounting policies, managing entity accounting, in accordance with the acts of the international and national accounting standards for the preparation of financial, tax and other accountability and assess, compare and use of accounting information in accordance with an accountant job description.
6. Able to prepare tax declarations and advise the tax accounting issues, to predict and form the financial statements plans, to prepare the budgets of legal entity.
7. Able to evaluate the entity's internal and external situation, to apply the entity's operations indicators and evaluate the results of the entity indicators.
8. In accordance with the principles of professional ethics in practice, is able to control the transactions and events justification accounting documents and normative acts, provide accounting policies for the control of the forms and procedures, to ensure the effective enforcement of accounting policies and perform the audit of accounting and financial statements.
9. Able to smoothly and suggestively express themselves orally and in writing, to communicate effectively and tolerant in the professional environment in Lithuanian and foreign language.
10. Able to work in a team, solving professional tasks, assuming responsibility for their subordinates and the quality of operations in accordance with the professional work of social justice, professional ethics and citizenship.
11. Able to solve the problems independently and reasonably in practice, applying analytical and logical skills. to deal properly with confidential information.
12. Able to organize own work and self-improvement of qualifications, applying theoretical knowledge in practice and taking moral responsibility for the tasks and the impact of the results to the public, economic and cultural development, prosperity and the environment.

Activities of teaching and learning:
Oriented to the students: lectures, seminars, case analysis, creating the controversial environment between teacher and students; practices, self-employment and presentation of results, based on scientific researches, solution of problems, tasks, individual and group work, in which critical thinking, creativity, innovation are very important; the reflection of practical activity, the project preparation of semester and final paper, etc.
Methods of assessment of learning achievements:
Outcomes of the study are assessed during the semester (using the cumulative proportion of ten rating system), practice performance, the final exam and final paper (the project) during the defence. The study results provided in some specific course program are valued as cumulative assessment of components. The studies of each subject are completed by the assessment of the exam or student work (project) done independently. The final grade consists of cumulative assessment components (for example, oral and written examinations, case analyses, presentations, reports, colleagues and self-evaluation, activity, etc.) which the percentage is determined in the description of the subject.
Framework:
Study subjects (modules), practical training:

The main scope of study subjects are 141 credits.
Students study the subjects of the main studies: Higher mathematics, Micro-macroeconomics, Principles of management, Technologies of Informatics, Economic statistics, Fundamentals of law, Tax accounting, Basics of finance, Investment, Financial assessment, Audit, Financial institution accounting, Labour law, Basics of accounting, Employee safety and health, Financial accounting according to the national and international standards, Budgetary institutions accounting, Information systems of accounting, Management accounting, specialization subjects, educational, professional activity and final professional activity practices.
Specialisations:
1. Internal audit
2. Business evaluation
Optional courses:
Student can choose specialization.
It is possible to choose three optional subjects from other programs of study subjects in the college.
Distinctive features of a study programme:
The study program focuses not only on development of professional special skills, but also a wide range of general skills, education of values , the grant of necessary skills for today's accountant based on knowledge transfer and adoption, their analysis, critical evaluation, search of problem solutions.
Access to professional activity or further study:
Access to professional activity:
Having the accountant qualification graduates can work in accounting services of enterprises, institutions and organizations, set up the accountable company and provide a management of accounting services in other spheres.
Access to further study:
Graduates can continue their studies under the Social sciences of Accounting university programs in Lithuania and abroad after finishing accounting program.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 180
Full-time - 3 (metais), Part-time - 4 (metais)
Field of education: Business and administration
Sub-sector of education: Accounting and taxation
Study programme:

Accounting

Institution title: Klaipeda State College
Summary of the programme profile:
General Description:
Objective(s) of a study programme - to prepare a qualified, socially and economically responsible accounting specialist oriented to the practical activity of business and public organizations, who is able independently form and implement accounting policy, organise accounting process, analyse economic information, solve activity problems adapting to the changes in the environment.
Learning outcomes:
1. The knowledge of the principles of the functioning of economy systems and business management, and the ability to apply them to analysis of economic change and its effects on business.
2. The knowledge of the structure of the finance system and its operational principles, and the legislation governing the financial system and business activity, and the ability to apply it to finding solutions to the problems of accounting and finance management.
3. The ability to use modern information technology to collect, systematize and analyze data in the assessment of economic developments and accounting processes in the organization.
4. The ability to manage accounting of an economic entity in conformity with the international and national standards of accounting, legislation and other normative acts.
5. The ability to develop accounting policies with regard to the nature of the business, and to control their validity.
6. The ability to plan, organize and coordinate the work of an accounting office.
7. The ability to evaluate the financial position of an economic entity by means of a variety of methods and techniques of analysis ensuring the objectivity of results.
8. The ability to prepare plans for an economic entity and monitor their implementation in pursuit of the established goals.
9. The ability to prepare financial, tax, statistical and other reports for external and internal users.
10. The ability to use information technology and specialist computerized accounting programmes for processing accounting information.
11. The ability to apply principles of communication and collaboration when working in a team, in a multicultural environment and making socially responsible, informed decisions.
12. The ability to communicate in oral and written modes using Lithuanian and international accounting terminology.
13. The ability to work in compliance with the principles of professional ethics.
14. The ability to study independently in pursuit of professional development, creativity and critical thinking.
Activities of teaching and learning: lectures, seminars, exercises, discussions, practical tasks/assignments, group work, literature analysis, project preparation, inidividual tasks and etc.
Methods of assessment of learning achievements: accumulative grading strategy is applied. Particular study achievements foreseen in the programme of the study subject are assessed by components of accumulative asseessment. Achievements of the study subject are assessed during the semester, mid-assessments are applied, tests are done, practical and independent works are described and defended orally. Subject studies are completed with examination assessment.
Framework:
Study subjects (modules), practical training:
General subjects (15 credits): Sociology, Philosophy, Occupational and Civil Safety, Corporate Social Responsibility, Foreign Language.
Subjects of the study field (93 credits): Micro-and Macroeconomics, Law, Management, Information Technology, Basics of Accounting, Applied Mathematics, Document Management, Statistics, Professional Ethics and Communication, Finance and Insurance, Methodology of Applied Research, Marketing, Business Organization, Financial Accounting, Accounting of Public Sector, Taxation, Financial Analysis, Management Accounting, Computerised Accounting, Audit, Term Paper.
Professional Practice (35 credits): Accounting from Primary Documents to Financial Accounts, Product Cost Calculation and Budgeting, Systems of Computerised Accounting, Final Practice.
Specialisations:
Accounting in Budgetary Institutions
Accounting in Trade Enterprises
Student’s optional courses: optional course units of study field (Philosophy/Sociology), optional courses (9 credits). Students can choose any optional courses from the subjects taught in other study programmes at Klaipeda State College or choose to attend a particualr course in other higher education institution.
Distinctive features of a study programme:
There are several computerized accounting systems used for accounting skill training. The study programme has two specializations: Accounting in Budgetary Institutions and Accounting in Trade Enterprises.
Access to professional activity or further study:
Access to professional activity:
Graduates of Accounting study programme can work as accountants, assistants of auditors, tax administrators in different trade and state institutions, manage accounting service in companies and enterprises, establish accounting services companies.
Access to further study:
Graduates can seek for acknowledgment of study achievements in order to continue first study cycle studies at university. After graduation of bridging studies or accomplishment of the requirements set by other higher education institution graduates are entitled to continue second study cycle postgraduate studies.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 180
Full-time - 3 (metais), Part-time - 4 (metais)
Field of education: Business and administration
Sub-sector of education: Accounting and taxation
Study programme:

Accounting

Institution title: Kaunas University of Technology
Summary of the programme profile:
General Description:
Objective(s) of a study programme:
To prepare competent accounting specialists who are able to understand principles of accounting system functioning in the globalization context using methods of managerial and financial accounting, solve financial, taxation, audit problems in national, international organisations, ensure timely, objective disclosure of information to stakeholders.
Learning outcomes:
Knowledge and Its Application:
A1 To understand organizations and their environment as social economic phenomenon using conventional and contemporary theories of management and economics.
A2 To know methods and techniques of mathematics, statistics and information technologies suitable for accounting field.
A3 To determine peculiarities of legislation, organization and management of different types of organizations in relation with accounting, finance, marketing, human resource, project management theories in the context of national and international business.
A4 To know conceptions and methods of bookkeeping, information disclosure for internal and external customers and analysis of business processes.
A5 To know peculiarities of accounting system and principals of its functioning
Research Skills:
B1 To systematize information about organization, its environment and functions of marketing, finance, human resource and project management using accounting methods.
B2 To recognize problems of organizations’ and business management using knowledge of methods of financial accounting, taxes and business analytics and applying quantitative and qualitative research methods.
B3 To interpret problems of organizations’ and business management using knowledge of methods of financial accounting, taxes and business analytics and applying global and systemic approach.
B4 To solve problems of organizations’ and business management using knowledge of methods of financial accounting, taxes and business analytics.
B5 To determine financial accounting and audit research fields evaluating broader economical, legal and political context.
Subject–Specific Skills:
C1 To apply information technologies for accounting, analysis and evaluation of finance, marketing, human resource and project management functions.
C2 To develop accounting policy applying legislations in business and public sector organizations.
C3 To keep records and prepare statements of financial, management and tax accounting using national and international accounting standards, legislations and accounting and taxation knowledge.
C4 To ensure information disclosure and analysis for external public and financial institutions and internal managerial demand, problems identification and suitable decisions.
C5 To ensure efficiency and reliability of accounting system and audit.
Social Skills:
D1 To be able to apply skills for independent and group activities and lifelong learning.
D2 To communicate effectively in written and oral form using Lithuanian and international terminology of accounting and auditing according to professional ethics and public spirits.
Personal Skills:
E1 To guide the ethical principles of accountants and auditors.
E2 To be able to operate in inter - discipline traditional and virtual (simulated) working teams and in organizations.

Activities of teaching and learning:
Students’ workload consists of contact hours and individual work. Theoretical lectures, practical sessions and laboratory works are used for contact hours. Individual work is intended for literature analysis and written assignments for individual/group work, reports/case studies/essays/papers and etc.
Methods of assessment of learning achievements:
Students’ knowledge and abilities are assessed by interim written assignments (control tasks and tests during the semester), individual and group homework (laboratory and other reports), term papers, academic essays and examinations (during the exam session). On the basis of KTU ten-point grading system for evaluation of students’ acquired knowledge, the more learning outcomes a student achieves (acquires knowledge, develops skills) and is able to demonstrate through the assignments of various forms, the higher grades are awarded for his/her achievements.
Framework:
Study subjects (modules), practical training:
Core and Compulsory Subjects: Mathematics 1, Innovative Information Technologies, Microeconomics, Business Ethics, Mathematics 2, Macroeconomics, Management, Information Systems and Social Data Analysis, Taxes and Taxation, Economic Statistics, Fundamentals of Marketing, Basics of Accounting, Business Law, Econometrics, Fundamentals of Finance, Enterprise Resource Planning and Procurement Management, Accounting of Business Enterprises, Economics of International Business, Electronic Business, Management Accounting, International Accounting, Accounting for Public Sector, Analysis of Enterprise Performance, Business Financing Models.
General Subjects of University Studies: BUS: Asmens sveikatos ugdymo alternatyvos, Electives of Philosophy, Foreign Language Electives (Level C1).
Practice (Internship).
Final Degree Project.
Specialisations:
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Optional courses:
Electives of Major Study Field: Human Resources Management, Project Management, Computerized Accounting Programs, Cost Management, Business Taxation and Tax Planning, Social Responsibility of Enterprise, Basics of Audit, Optional Subjects, totally 9 courses or Electives of Minor Study Field of Economics, European union studies, Finance, Human resource management, Marketing, Mathematics, Political science, Public administration, Teachers training, totally 9 courses.
Distinctive features of a study programme:
A graduate possesses comprehensive knowledge of accounting, knowledge of the principles of functioning of the accounting system and business processes in counting methodology, is able to deal with complex tasks relating to the accounting function, independently choose their approaches and methods, according to the organization’s specific business, develop and implement accounting policies, organize the accounting process in the practical application of laws and regulations, reason and solve problems in organizations, based on financial and tax reporting information and other analytical methods and knowledge, to adapt to changes in the environment.
Access to professional activity or further study:
Access to professional activity:
The graduate can work as an accountant in business and public organizations, as a consultant in auditing, accounting and information systems implementation service business, create their own businesses.
Access to further study:
S/he has access to the second cycle studies.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 240
Full-time - 4 (metais)
Field of education: Business and administration
Sub-sector of education: Management and administration
Study programme:

Accounting

Institution title: Mykolas Romeris University
Duration in credits, form and duration: 210
Full-time - 3.5 (metais), Part-time - 5 (metais)
Field of education: Business and administration
Sub-sector of education: Accounting and taxation
Study programme:

Accounting

Institution title: Utena College
Summary of the programme profile:
Objective(s) of a study programme:
The main aim of Accounting study programme is to train a professional of accounting who is able to manage accounting of an enterprise and money flows in industrial and trade enterprises as well as in budgetary enterprises
Learning outcomes:
describe business as a system, business environment, actions and processes taking place within it;
develop an enterprise accounting policy;
plan the activity of an accounting office;
formalize economic operations with the documents of the legal power;
account the assets of an enterprise, own capital, liabilities, income and expenditure;
apply computer based accounting software;
apply the legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania and Business Accounting Standards (BAS) that regulate accounting;
develop financial, taxing, statistical and other reports assess the financial condition and the results of performance of an economy entity;
develop the budget and a business plan of a legal entity;
carry out the financial control;
control the application of the provisions of the accounting policy;
The module Accounting in Trade Companies:
asses different ways of trade and be able to figure them in accounting;
select the ways and forms of payment with regard to various trade contracts as well as to be aware of the ways of financing of international trade and possible risks
The module Accounting in Industrial Enterprises:
run the accounting of industrial enterprises;
apply the main principles of the organisation, rating and payment of work;
select the solutions that influence the management of finance by modelling the funding of activity.
The module Accounting in Budgetary Institutions:
analyse the economical processes of budgetary institutions and to figure them in accounting;
design and control the annual budget of an institution.
Activities of teaching and learning:
In the study process are applied various teaching and learning methods, the student-centered teaching and learning oriented towards self- independent work, reasoned by tasks, a group work where Problem Based Learning takes a very important role.
In the programme is designed to reach an active students’ participation in the study process, a creation of educative environment applying such methods like and interactive lecture, discussions, a practical work, case studies, study of scientific literature and other informational references, solutions of problem based situations.
Methods of assessment of learning achievements:
Assessment methods of each module and the subjects are described in the descriptions of the modules and subjects. Different methods used to assess study achievements: an examination, a course paper evaluation, an assessment of the project work, a practical work assessment, a test, a report presentation and others. Information about student achievement and testing procedures is presented in the module program
Framework:
Study subjects (modules), practical training:
General Subjects of College Education:
Professional Foreign Language, Psychology, Philosophy/ Sociology.
Subjects in Study Field:
Contemporary and Professional Lithuanian and Office Work, Applied Mathematics, Macroeconomics, Business Ethics, Economic Statistics, Macroeconomics, Business Law, Accounting Fundamentals, Social Researches, Management Fundamentals, Financial Markets And Institutions, Marketing, Finances of Enterprises, Industrial and Civil Safety, Logistics, Taxes, Finance Accounting, Computer Accounting Programs,
Management Accounting, Audit.
Practical training:
Practice of Data Processing by Applying Information Technologies; Cognitive Practice; Practical Training of Professional Skills; Accounting Practice;
Practice of a Business Plan Development;
Practice of Financial Accounting and Taxes; Final Practice
Specialisations:
Accounting in Trade Companies, Accounting in Industrial Enterprises and Accounting in Budgetary Institutions
Optional courses:
1. Alternatively chosen subjects (3 credits) - Philosophy or Sociology,
2. Alternatively chosen specialisation (Accounting in Trade Companies, Accounting in Industrial Enterprises and Accounting in Budgetary Institutions) and subjects (volume of 12 credits),
3. Student‘s optional subjects (9 credits) from the Utena UAS available Optional Chosen Subject List.
Distinctive features of a study programme:
The study programme increased internationalization of the study programme, problem-based teaching/learning system and expansion of students‘ e-learning opportunities. The subjects of the programme could be performed in foreign languages (English, Russian).
Duration in credits, form and duration: 180
Full-time - 3 (metais), Part-time - 4 (metais)
Field of education: Business and administration
Sub-sector of education: Accounting and taxation
Study programme:

Accounting and audit

Institution title: Vilnius University
Summary of the programme profile:
Accounting and audit Master studies last for two years (4 semesters). 1st-3rd semesters include three compulsory subjects and two elective study subjects (out of five recommended). The main subjects are dominated by the disciplines from the field of
accounting (two each semester). Master students study six compulsory disciplines. Course "International comparative accounting" focuses on international accounting models, EU
directives, International Accounting Standards, and accounting practice of USA, Great Britain, Germany, France, the Netherlands and Japan. Course "Theory and practice of financial accounting" focuses on accounting of leasing, mergers,
financial derivatives, preparation of consolidated financial accountancy, peculiarities of accounting of subsidiaries and associates. The purpose of "Theory and practice of
managerial accounting" is to deepen accounting knowledge of former undergraduates, to present the most recent methods and concepts of managerial accounting, their application
possibilities and practical problems in companies of various size, purpose and organizational levels. The fourth subject "Audit Theory and Practice" places the main attention to audit situation in European Union countries, and methodology of particular
audit fields. The course "Accounting and analysis of banking activity" studies characteristics of accounting and analysis in banking sector. Finally, "Analysis of companies' activity", differently from financial analysis course in the undergraduate
level, examines the indicators of financial and managerial accounting system (production rate, labour indicators, spending, and investment projects). Students are taught how to
interpret facts and forecast company's activity. During fourth semester students also attend the specialization seminar, which aims to teach students how to efficiently apply obtained knowledge and how to combine theory with practical skills. The specialization seminars are mostly conducted in the form of discussions, solving particular theoretical and practical problems.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 90
Full-time - 1.5 (metais)
Field of education: Business and administration
Sub-sector of education: Accounting and taxation
 
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