Faculty of Accountancy is one of the many programs offered at UiTM Terengganu (UiTMT), well-known as a resort campus. Situated by the beach, the sound of the waves and the singing of seagulls provide fresh air and natural lullaby to ease tension and promote healthy life. Faculty of Accountancy offers opportunities to those who wish to become qualified accountants and plays a very significant role for the nation building, particularly in providing relevant professional and sub-professional Bumiputra for the accountancy profession. In 2004, UiTM contributes about 40% qualified and registered Bumiputra accountants in Malaysia. Accounting program was first introduced in UiTMT in July 1975 being the first program was the Diploma in Accountancy (DIA) with 43 students.
In January 1997, Bachelor of Accountancy (Hons) or BAcc was introduced. The expansion continued with the establishment of Executive Master of Accountancy (part-time basis) and Diploma in Accounting Information System (full-time basis) in 2005. All the 4 programs offered are internally-assessed programs (DIA, DAIS, BAcc, and EMAcc). Since 1999, Faculty of Accountancy, UiTMT has produced more than 500 graduates with Bachelor of Accountancy (Hons) degree. Currently, 33 dedicated lecturers are committed to work hand-in-hand to produce capable and accountable graduates.
Our curriculum is distinctively interdisciplinary and international. Courses remain relevant, rigorous and responsive to our changing world. Our faculty members constantly redefine what they teach and how they teach it, ensuring that the best traditions of the academy are merged with the most current thinking and scholarship in all disciplines.
The faculty’s curriculum takes into account the multi-talents and abilities of students, who upon completing their studies are guaranteed a job in the real world. We care about preparing the students for life. Apart from training them to be highly skilled people, we also equip them with an understanding of the technological, environmental and ethical challenges that they will face in a world of accelerating change. The faculty requires students to undergo practical attachment in their chosen fields as a way of acquiring hands-on experience. This is our students' competitive edge.