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Advanced Financial Accounting I – Concepts & International Aspects
(dt. Rechnungslegung I - Konzepte & Internationales)

Level, degree of commitment Specialization module, compulsory elective module
Forms of teaching and learning,
180 hours (attendance: 45 hours additional studies: 45 hours preparation and follow-up: 45 hours exam preparation: 45 hours)
Credit points,
formal requirements
6 CP
Course requirement(s): Written examination
Examination type: Protocol of a guest lecture on Accounting and Finance (1-2 pages)
The grading is done with 0 to 15 points according to the examination regulations for the degree program M.Sc. Business Administration.
One semester,
each summer semester
Person in charge of the module's outline Prof. Dr. Sascha H. Mölls


The module consists in particular of the courses ''Economic Analysis of Accounting'' as well as ''International Accounting'', but can alternatively be filled in whole or in part with the courses of the modules M-RLG III.

Economic Analysis of Accounting:

Codified accounting concepts (statics, dynamics, organics), financial statement reform concepts (capital maintenance approaches, net present value approaches, financial budgeting approaches), information economics, accounting and capital markets (event and association studies), accounting and corporate accounting.

International Accounting:

Harmonization of Accounting (Causes, Objectives, Classifications, Levels, Alternative Accounting Systems), Fundamentals of Accounting under IAS/IFRS (Conceptual Foundations, Elements, Assets and Liabilities, Income and Expense, Valuation), Recognition and Measurement of Significant Balance Sheet Items, Advanced Information Tools, Group Accounting (Fundamentals, Currency Translation, Consolidations).

Qualification Goals

The main objective of the module is to impart sound theoretical but at the same time practically usable knowledge in the field of accounting. In particular, the participants should acquire the ability to recognize the limits of existing concepts in order to arrive at their own further developments on this basis, if necessary. By focusing on understanding interrelationships and linking theory and practice, sustainability of the training is ensured.




Module imported from M.Sc. Business Administration.

When studying M.Sc. Mathematics, this module can be attended in the study area Minor subject Business Administration.

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