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Master Programme in Accounting Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha

Vision :

Becoming a Leading Study Programme in Accounting Based on the Tri Hita Karana Philosophy in Asia by 2045

Mission :

  1. Organizing master's education in accounting science to produce graduates in the field of accounting who are intelligent, with integrity, highly competitive, innovative, creative, ethical, and research-oriented in line with the development and practice of accounting science so that they can face changes in the global environment.
  2. Organizing and producing accounting research that is recognized nationally and internationally with a multi-perspective approach for the development of professional abilities in the field of accounting.
  3. Building networks with educational institutions, professional associations, and other stakeholders both at home and abroad, in the context of organizing and developing master's education in accounting and creating benefits for institutions and society.

Objectives :

  1. Producing graduates in the field of Accounting who have professional, ethical, and excellent research abilities following the development and practice of accounting science to face changes in the global environment.
  2. Producing graduates in the field of Accounting with high integration who can evaluate accounting problems by choosing the latest accounting theory and empirical methods, produce innovative scientific works, tested, get national or international recognition, and include problem-solving through an inter- or multidisciplinary approach.
  3. Producing various forms of networking with educational institutions, professional associations, and other stakeholders in the context of organizing and developing master's education in accounting.

 

Study Programme’s Curriculum

CompetenceDescription

Researcher

  1. Developing accounting knowledge through inter/multi-disciplinary research and or proven innovation.
  2. Being able to produce innovative and tested scientific works using the latest science and technology-based technology (concepts, theories, methods, or philosophies).
  3. Being able to apply the scientific field of accounting and develop methods and technical analysis to systematically and scientifically solve problems.
  4. Being able to manage accounting research beneficial to society and science and gain national or international recognition.

Professional

Having adequate practical skills so that they can improve their achievements and performance in the places where they work; expertise in organizational development and leadership, as well as the ability to use accounting information in decision making.

PLO of Attitude :

S1.

Demonstrating scientific, educative, and religious attitudes and behaviors that improve the quality of life in society, nation, and state-based on academic norms and ethics based on the Tri Hita Karana values.

PLO of Knowledge :

P1.

Mastering the philosophy of accounting science helps understand the paradigm of the development of accounting science which will help students clarify research.

P2.

Mastering the latest theoretical concepts and empirical methods to be applied in evaluating, solving problems in the fields of financial accounting, social responsibility accounting, management accounting, accounting information systems, auditing, taxation, and public sector accounting.

PLO of General Skills :

KU1.

Being able to integrate learning and innovation skills, mastery of technology and information, career development, and life skills to become lifelong learners.

KU2.

Being able to develop and publish logical, critical, systematic, and creative thinking through scientific research, create designs or works of art with an interdisciplinary or multi-disciplinary approach, which pays attention to and applies humanities values according to their field of expertise.

PLO of Specific Skills :

KK1.

Developing accounting knowledge in dealing with changes and challenges in the private sector and the public sector through inter/multi-disciplinary research and proven innovation.

KK2.

Developing the ability to analyze and solve problems in the accounting field to formulate policies and regulations as a form of decision making.

KK3.

Applying the scientific field of accounting, develop methods and technical analysis to solve problems systematically and scientifically following the mastery of the accounting field owned.

KK4.

Developing science and technology in the accounting field through inter/multi-disciplinary research innovation has been tested through inter-and multi-disciplinary approaches in various perspectives that are beneficial to society.

First Semester
NOCOURSESCREDITSSEMESTER
1.

Accounting Science Philosophy

2I
2.

Management Accounting

3I
3.

Financial Accounting and Capital Market

3I
4.

Social Responsibility Accounting

3I
5.

Elective Courses : *)

a) Strategic Management

3I

b) Organizational Behavior

c) Taxation

d) Forensic Accounting

Number of credits14

*) Select one

Second Semester
NOCOURSESCREDITSSEMESTER
1.

Behavioral Accounting

3II
2.

Auditing

3II
3.

Profession and Business Ethics Based on THK Perspectives

3II
4.

Public Sector Accounting

3II
5.

Research Methodology in Accounting

3II
6.

Statistics

2II
Number of credits17
Third Semester
NOCOURSESCREDITSSEMESTER
1.

Thesis

8III - IV
2.

Cross Study Courses (Student choice) *)

a) THK Perspective Sociocultural System

3III

b) Community Computer

c) THK-based leadership

Number of credits11

*) Select one

MATRICULATION COURSES
NOCOURSES **)CREDITSSEMESTER
1.

Introduction to Financial Accounting

3I
2.

Introduction to Management Accounting

3I
3.

Introduction to Auditing

3II
4.

Introduction to Public Sector Accounting

3II
Number of credits12

**) Must be taken by students whose educational background is undergraduate from Non-Bachelor Programme in Accounting

 

Lecturers

No.Lecturer’s NameProfessional Work Experience
1.

Prof. Dr. Anantawikrama Tungga Atmadja, S.E., Ak., M.Si., CA.

  • Board of Indonesian Accountants Association for Bali Region
  • Head of the Department of Economics and Accounting Faculty of Economics Undiksha
2.

Dr. Desak Nyoman Sri Werastuti, S.E., M.Si., Ak., CA., CSRS., CSRA.

  • National Certified of Sustainability Reporting member
  • Secretary of the Department of Economics and Accounting Faculty of Economics Undiksha
3.

Dr. Gede Adi Yuniarta, S.E., Ak., M.Si., CA., CPA.

  • Ketut Muliarta Public Accounting Firm Auditor
  • Rama Wendra (Parker Randall) Public Accounting Firm Auditor
  • Ketut Budiartha dan Anggiriawan Public Accounting Firm Auditor
  • Entrepreneur
  • Financial consultant for several companies in Bali
  • Financial consultant for several Regional Owned Enterprises in Bali
  • Business Investment Consultant in Bali
4.

Dr. I Putu Gede Diatmika, S.E., Ak., M.Si., CA., CPA.

  • Head of I Putu Gede Diatmika Accounting Services Office
  • Senior Auditor of Sri Marmo and Partners Public Accounting Firm
  • Non Signing Partner of I Gede Oka Public Accounting Firm
  • Auditor of the Research, Technology and Higher Education Inspectorate
  • Head of Internal Control Unit Undiksha
  • Founder of the Widya Bhakti Bali Foundation
5.

Dr. Edy Sujana, S.E., Ak., M.Si., CA., CFrA.

  • Buleleng Regency Government Financial Expert Staff
  • Member of the Professional Institute of Forensic Audit
6.

Dr. I Gusti Ayu Purnamawati, S.E., Ak., M.Si., CA., CBV., CAPF.

  • Head of Investment Gallery, Faculty of Economics Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha
7.

Dr. Lucy Sri Musmini, S.E., M.Si., Ak.

  • Secretary of Tax Center of Faculty Economics Undiksha
8.

Dr. Nyoman Ari Surya Darmawan, S.E., Ak., M.Si.

  • Tax Consultant
No.Lecturer’s NamePosition
1.

Daniel Godwin Sihotang, CA, CMA, CIBA, CBV

  • President of Institute Certified of Management Accounting
  • Founder Lean Accounting and Lean Government Institute
  • Head of Finance Bakert Malaysia
No.Lecturer’s NamePosition
1.

Dr. Leonardus W Wasono Mihardjo, CPA, ACMA CGMA, CMA

  • Senior advisor finance and performance management Telco Industry at accenture
  • Lecturer at Telkom University
2.

Dr. Lanita Winata, MBA, Bcom ACC (Hons), CPAA

  • Senior Lecturer at Griffith University

 

Graduates' Professions and Careers

 

Superiority

Professional Human Resources

Doctoral qualified lecturers and practitioners

Low Cost

only IDR 7,500,000 per semester

“Verry Good” Accredited

by the National Accreditation Board for Higher Education (BAN-PT)

Flexible Lecture Places

can choose campus in Singaraja or Denpasar

Online Learning

it can be accessed anywhere and anytime


Lectures are held at night

so students can study while working

Graduation Acceleration Programme

students have the opportunity to graduate under 2 years

Cooperate With NCSR & ICMA

students have the opportunity to obtain a professional degree

Collaborating with IAI Bali Region

in carrying out the activities of the Tri Dharma of Higher Education

Up To Date Accounting Science

through seminars, workshops, guest lectures, etc.

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