This specialization seeks to graduate competent students capable of working professionally and meeting the requirements of the labor market and the needs of companies and institutions by being equipped with a distinctive system of learning outcomes in the accounting field.

The Technical Accounting specialization focuses on integrating theoretical and practical accounting materials by training students on modern accounting programs in specialized laboratories and a practicum in companies in the labor market.

The technical accounting specialization aligns with the mission and vision of Palestine Ahliya University: to teach distinctive specializations needed by the labor market and prepare qualified human cadres. Those responsible for this specialization also carry out permanent and continuous development of the specialization subjects to keep pace with the labor market developments and needs so that graduates of this specialization can join the work directly.

Admission Requirements and the Required Credit Hours:

Passing the General Secondary Examination (Tawjihi) or its equivalent in all streams.

Credit hours required for obtaining the degree in this program:

Total Free Major Requirements (52)  Faculty Requirements  University Requirements 
72 0 Elective Compulsory Elective Compulsory Elective Compulsory 
0 52 0 5 0 15

Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs): Upon the completion of this specialization, students are expected to be able to:

  1. Prepare financial and accounting statements. 
  2. Utilize accounting software to apply accounting knowledge and theories. 
  3. Conducting all accounting processes in companies and institutions.
  4. Communicate and interact with the local community  with all its different sectors to provide students with balanced values and ethics at the level of work and correct human and physical relationship 

Job Opportunities:

Potential Workplace: Graduates can work in/for:

  1. Government institutions and ministries.
  2. Non-profit associations and organizations (NGOs).
  3. Banks.
  4. Insurance companies.
  5. Stock exchange and investment institutions.
  6. Tax and accounting offices.
  7. Commercial and industrial companies.
  8. Education sector/ Government and private schools.

Potential Job Titles:

  1. Working in accounting departments in private and public institutions, as well as in government agencies.
  2. Working in various departments of financial institutions (banks, insurance companies, investment firms, stock exchanges).
  3. Employment in tax departments and tax audits.
  4. Conducting financial consultations, feasibility studies, and economic evaluations for projects.
  5. Working as an accountant in commercial, industrial, and construction companies (private and public sector companies).
  6. Teaching in schools or institutes.
  7. Accounts Receivable Department.
  8. Inventory Accounting Department.
  9. Employee and Payroll Accounting Department.
  10. Cost Accounting Department.