Access requirementsAny person who has an official Spanish university degree, or a degree issued by a higher education institution of the EHEA that empowers the country issuing the degree to access official master's degrees. Students with a foreign qualification (external to the EESS) can also take this Master's degree, which is homologated or not approved, provided that the level of training is equivalent to the degree titles and that it authorizes the issuing country to access official master's degrees.
Regarding their previous training, the new student must have an academic training that allows them to access the specific knowledge in accounting, auditing and management control that the degree requires. It is advisable to have basic knowledge of accounting, and in particular, the training corresponding to the degrees in Economics, Business Administration and Management, Business Sciences or Public Accounting (Latin America) is considered appropriate.
Although it is not a mandatory requirement for access to the Master, it is considered convenient to have basic knowledge of English, at least at the level of reading technical texts, since much of the support material used in the classes is found in that idiom.Professional outingsThe training obtained during the completion of the Master will allow the student to influence those skills of a professional nature attributable to an expert in accounting, in accounting analysis, in management control or in the auditing of accounts.
Through this title, the graduate will be able to delve into the development of the competencies corresponding to the recognized attributions of the accounting professional. These professional functions are those established, in general, for the Accountant and Administrator in the International Standard Classification of Occupations of the International Labor Office (ILO). Among them, and by way of example, are the following: direct accounting, administration and advice on accounting and tax matters, carry out the accounting operations necessary for the regularization of balance sheets, as well as for their integration or consolidation, analyze financing of means, including criteria against risk and uncertainty, apply financial management and control techniques, prepare studies or documents of an economic, financial or accounting nature related to the company that may take effect in any Central, Local or Central Administration Agency. Parastatal and other Territorial Entities, as well as in any jurisdictional body.
On the other hand, students who choose the Account Audit itinerary get:Training as top-level professionals in the field of Auditing, with the rigor that such activity requires.
Obtain a high level of training both at the level of knowledge and methodology and technique, valid to effectively face the professional development of the Auditing of Accounts.
Acquire the necessary skills to face the real programs that arise in the exercise of their professional activity, thanks to the practical approach of the learning methodology developed.
Exempt from carrying out the first phase to access the Official Register of Account Auditors (ROAC), according to current regulations.
Facilitate their labor insertion through the practical activity phase in the company and the national recognition of this qualification.CurriculumThe Master's Degree in Accounting Information and Analysis Systems will be taught over an academic year, divided into 2 semesters.
The Study Plan of the Master in Information Systems and Accounting Analysis is structured in 5 Modules. Modules 1, 4 and 5 are compulsory, while Modules 2 and 3 are optional.
Thus, the student may choose the Higher Accounting itinerary and take Module 2, or choose the Account Audit itinerary and enroll in Module 3.