Introduction to the Department of Accounting and Information Systems

Cultivate the Accounting Professionals needed in the Information Technology Era.


The development direction of the Department is based on the country's economic development needs, industrial needs and the development goals of schools and colleges. This Department aims to cultivate students with accounting professional knowledge and accounting practice skills, and develop students' professional and responsible work attitudes, so that students can become highly competitive with a full range of talents.

In order to respond to new industry trends such as big data and the development of artificial intelligence, accounting expertise must be combined with information technology applications (including data science, artificial intelligence, data analysis and other data science and related application tools) to maximize the potential practical value of accounting profession. The Department combines accounting expertise with information technology applications, integrates knowledge in accounting-related fields, and uses data science tools to develop the accounting professionals needed for the wide application of modern information technology.

In order to cultivate professionals who can combine accounting and information technology to solve the dilemma of the accounting industry lacking such management talents in the transformation process, the Department will strengthen the ability of training students to integrate and apply the information technology in accounting practice. In addition to the existing accounting professional courses, the Department also plans many professional courses related to accounting information for students, such as: programming, business suite software, data analysis and statistics, database management, big data business analysis and decision-making, Activity Value Management (AVM), accounting information systems, enterprise resource planning, computerized auditing, and other IT application and development courses.


Integrate Teacher Expertise to Bridge the Gap Between Education System and Practical World.


(1) In accordance with the needs of the development vision, the Department combines accounting and information technology-related courses with practice, and employs industry professionals to open practical courses and provide practical seminars to establish a reciprocal mechanism for teacher-student exchanges.

(2) We combine curriculum design and practice, and introduces industry professionals as teachers for Collaborative teaching. The Department invites accounting practitioners and senior managers in the industry to conduct practical lectures or practical courses, and arranges students to go to the company for summer internships and semester internships, with a view to bridge the gap between the education system and the practical world and help students make a smooth transition into the workplace.

(3) We organize lectures on special topics concerning the practical world from time to time, and invite experts from the industry and academia to give special lectures.


Put emphasis on the importance of obtaining professional licenses related to accounting and information technology to enhance competitiveness in the workplace.


In order to meet the practical needs of the accounting profession in the workplace, the Department places special emphasis on the importance of obtaining accounting-related professional licenses. We hope that through the "certification system" that comprehensively test a student’s abilities in theory, practice and expertise, students will be guided to pursue specific learning objectives to strengthen competitiveness in the future workplace. For example, in terms of the accounting professional ability certification, we encourage students to take exams to become a bookkeeper, a senior accounting professional and/or a certified public accountant, and we will reward the students with excellent performance in the exams to shape a good atmosphere for studying to pass the certification exams and improve their competitiveness in the future workplace. In addition to the professional compulsory courses related to accounting and information technology, we also encourage students to obtain international certificates/licenses, such as Microsoft Professional Program in Data Science Certificate (MPP Data Science), to become a Data Analyst for Excel.


The goals of the respective school systems are further elaborated as follows:


4-Year Institute (Day School) & 4-Year Institute (Division of Continuing Education)

The 4-Year Institute (Day School) focuses on the teaching of accounting theories and their combination with practical skills to cultivate highly competitive and comprehensive accounting and information technology practitioners. Students in the 4-Year Institute (Division of Continuing Education) are mostly working during the day, so the educational goals will focus on strengthening the accounting expertise of students and the ability of students to integrate accounting and information technology into practical operations to enhance students’ current work ability in the workplace, as well as students’ ability to fit in the accounting workplace and the current trend of industrial development.


2-Year Institute, Division of Continuing Education

The 2-Year Institute is part of Continuing Education. Therefore, the educational goal is to strengthen the re-education of the professional knowledge of accounting practitioners and their abilities to operate the accounting information system according to the current situation of the accounting workplace and industrial development. The 2-Year Institute aims to enable students to combine their knowledge with practical operations to achieve the purpose of "Just-in-Time Learning" and enhance their "Employability." The goal is to make students improve their work quality and efficiency in their current positions and strengthen their competitiveness in the workplace.


Master Program, Day School:

The Master Program (Day School) aims to develop students' advanced research and analysis skills in the field of accounting and the ability to conduct practical operations and case studies, so that students can have the ability to apply information technology for accounting research or problem solving, as well as the ability to understand the current development of the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and apply the relevant standards. The goal is to make students become highly competitive mid- and high-level talents in the accounting industry.

In-Service Master’s Program

Most of the students recruited in this program are public servants with accounting expertise from the public sector and the mid- and high-level supervisors in the accounting industry. Therefore, the educational goal focuses on cultivating students' analytical skills in the accounting profession based on the needs of the workplace and the current state of industrial development, and providing accounting information skills training so that students can combine their knowledge with workplace practices. The goal is to strengthen the professional knowledge of mid- to high-level executives in the accounting industry in the southern region.