The Department of Accounting and Information Systems (AIS) has started its journey from the academic session 2015-2016. Since then, it has been teaching all students of the Department how to take and beat the challenges in the business arena, especially in the accounting and information systems constituency. Currently, there are ten highly qualified Faculty Members, 216 students and two office staff in the Department. 

The programme will provide students with a solid, practical foundation and relevant, technical and intellectual competence in Accounting and related forms of financial expertise. Students will be able to develop quantitative, communications and information technology skills and apply these skills in an accounting context. This programme is equipped with a range of innovative, compulsory modules in which students will examine how the financial information influences decision makers in the context of today's challenging financial environment.

The programme will:

  • give students a pathway into corporate and non-corporate areas of executive employment with the apposite and pertinent skills in accounting systems and the way in which these influence the management and deployment of resources
  • equip students with both a critical theoretical and practical knowledge of accounting in a range of organisational settings
  • provide students a range of flexible skills that attract employers.

Vision of the Department

To be the leader in accounting education that will meet the needs of national requirements of accounting education

Mission of the Department

To provide knowledge, skills, and professionalism in the area of accounting and information systems through effective teaching, quality research, and services.


Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  1. To provide students the contemporary knowledge of accounting and information systems.
  2. To develop graduates in a way so that they can think critically and achieve problem solving skills.
  3. To encourage students to act and behave ethically with professional manner.

Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

Upon the successful completion of BBA in Accounting and Information Systems, graduates will be able to –

  1. Describe, explain, and integrate fundamental concepts underlying acconting and finance.
  2. Use information to support business processes and practices, such as problem analysis and decision making.
  3. Apply quantitative skills to help analyse and solve business problems and to take advantage of business opportunities.
  4. Apply oral and written communication skills.
  5. Describe and explain the ethical and social responsibilities of accountants in ensuring the integrity of financial information
  6. Develop an understanding of internal control issue and the effects of the regulatory environment of financial reporting
  7. Apply knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and managerial accounting theories to business organisations, state and local governments, and non-profit organizations
  8. Apply knowledge of national tax laws and procedures to individuals and corporations

Generic Skills to be achieved

Graduates of BBA (Hons) in AIS are expected to achieve the following generic skills:

  1. Critical thinking (Analytical skill/Tactfulness/Creativity and innovation/Intellectual skills)
  2. Teamwork (Interpersonal skills/ Organizational skills/Leadership skill/Friendly personality/Sense of humor/Social and cooperative/Cultural awareness)
  3. Ethics (Honesty & integrity/Strong work ethics/Well-mannered/ polite/Social responsibility/ Social orientation/Citizenship)
  4. Communication/Structured writing
  5. Problem solving/Applied reasoning
  6. Commitment to and capacity for lifelong learning
  7. IT familiarity/Use of technology/Information literacy/ Information management
  8. Sustainability (Motivation and initiative/Flexibility and adaptability/ Self-confidence/ Self-management and professional development/ Career management/ Physical fitness)


Curriculum Structure/ Layout

Total Number of Theory Courses : 42

Total Number of Lab Courses      : 03

Total Number of Viva-Voce          :08

Industrial Field Work                    :01

Internship and Defense                :01

Total Credits                            :145 {(Theory Courses 42 × 3=126) + (Lab Courses 3 × 1 = 3) + (Viva 8 × 1.5 = 12) + 4 (Internship + Industrial Field Work)}