Assoc. Prof. Constantin Toma, PhD
Lect. Roxana Dicu, PhD

The Accounting Information Systems study programme has been part of FEAA’s educational offer since 1962. This programme aims to train specialists who could be employed in finance and accounting positions in all sectors of the national economy. Students’ vocational training is also facilitated by the protocol concluded with the Body of Chartered Accountants and Certified Accountants in Romania, which provides internships for first and second years students in accounting and accounting expertise offices/companies. Bachelor studies can be further supplemented by Master’s programmes which ensure access to professional organisations operating at national and international level (CECCAR, CAFR , ANEVAR, ACCA).


  • First semester
    Fundamentals of Accounting
    Applied Mathematics for Economics
    Business Law
    English/ French / German for Business1
    Business Software Instruments
    Second semester
    Fundamentals of Statistics
    End-User Computing
    Financial Accounting
    English / French / German for Business 2
    Internship (Accounting , Computing Science , Statistics)
  • First semester
    Non-Profit Accounting
    Intermediate Financial Accounting
    English/ French/ German for Business 3

    Second semester
    Money and Credit
    Information Protection and Security
    Normalisation of Enterprise Accounting
    English/ French / German for Business 4

  • First semester
    Management Accounting
    Accounting for Exports and Imports of Goods
    Financial Information Systems
    Accounting of Credit Institutions
    Enterprise Financial Accounting I
    Integrated systems-ERP

    Semestrul 2
    Financial and Economic Analysis
    Public Accounting
    Accounting of Enterprise Tax Operations
    Enterprise Financial Accounting II
    Economic Projects in Accounting
    Control and Internal Audit
    BA paper

CIG (AIS) is a specialisation with a long tradition at FEAA, that aims to train multidisciplinary specialists (in Accounting, Computer Science, Economic Analysis, Taxation, etc.). The programme is addressed to all high school graduates who wish to develop a professional career in the finance-accounting field.

CIG (AIS) graduates can have access the following jobs: economist-accountant, head of a financial and management accounting department, internal auditor, censor, financial analyst, information systems analyst / designer, tax inspector, assessor, accounting expert, financial auditor, taxation consultant, insolvency specialist, etc.

A significant percentage of CIG (AIS) students benefit from international experience through mobilities abroad in prestigious universities. Multidisciplinary training provides a high degree of absorption on the labour market. For instance, more than 68% of the 2015 graduates were employed in the first year after graduation.