Factors influencing the characteristics of a good teacher with a degree in Management & Accounting Course - Islamic Azad University Ghorveh
Today, the most important factor that plays a role in educating students. Will be attending, so centers Education of their professors revealed the suitability of a set-up and evaluation of the performance of the teachers are accustomed to determine the quality of education improve. Economic and social sectors of the education system of each country and the plan are the macro level. International accounting education in the education system as a very important role in helping the economic development. This is among the most prominent role in developing countries. Scientific and technical developments in accounting from the rapid economic growth have created the need for the accountants in specialized fields, acquire the necessary skills. Such processing requires specialist expertise and training of skilled manpower and the training is effective and efficient that is commensurate with the environmental conditions With regard to economic development such as accounting education system seems to stem from the failure had. And therefore it is necessary to develop the talents and expertise to create. Identify barriers to growth factors and accounting education, the first requirement is to eliminate these deficiencies. Questionnaires related to the research hypotheses, distributed among management and accounting students. Population study in two undergraduate accounting students who are enrolled in a semester are 2014-2015 and their number reached 122. After collecting the questionnaire results had suggested that they are heading to training the new facilities will not be used for educational and academic background, degree requirements for management and accounting students is not. So can be said that the current education system is not efficient management and accounting undergraduate. (original abstract)
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