LIMBA ENGLEZĂ

Course Code: CIG 225.1 • Study year: II • Academic Year: 2022-2023
Domain: Accounting • Field of study: Accounting and Management Information Systems
Type of course: Compulsory
Language of instruction: English
Erasmus Language of instruction: English
Name of lecturer: Maria Crina Herțeg
Seminar tutor: Maria Crina Herțeg
Form of education Full-time
Form of instruction: Class
Number of teaching hours per semester: 28
Number of teaching hours per week: 2
Semester: Summer
Form of receiving a credit for a course: Grade
Number of ECTS credits allocated 3

Course aims:

1.To develop the capacity of identifying and analyzing a large variety of economic texts (business, accounting, finance, banking).
2. To develop oral and written communication abilities with the adequate use of Business English standards.
3. To develop the ability to sustain an idea / opinion both in oral and in written business communication.

Course Entry Requirements:

B2

Course contents:

S 1 UNIT 1: EXPORTS AND IMPORTS S 2 UNIT 2: PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNTS S 3 UNIT 3: INVESTMENTS S 4 UNIT 4: METHODS OF FINANCE S 5 UNIT 5: CURRENCY MARKETS S 6 UNIT 6: RAISING FINANCE S 7 UNIT 7: INTERNATIONAL MARKETING S 8 UNIT 8: THE FUTURE OF BUSINESS S 9 UNIT 9: NUMBERS AND STATISTICS S 10 UNIT 10: PENSIONS AND OTHER FINANCIAL PRODUCTS S 11 UNIT 11: CORPORATE FINANCE S 12 UNIT 12: MONEY AND WORK S 13 UNIT 13: TAXATION S 14 UNIT 14: WILLS AND OTHER LEGAL MATTERS

Teaching methods:

Lecture, debate, Power point presentation.

Learning outcomes:

Students use English correctly, fluently and adequately in oral and written business communication. Students can identify and analyze a large variety of economic texts (business, accounting, finance, banking).

Learning outcomes verification and assessment criteria:

ORAL PRESENTATIONINTERVIEWTWO-WAY DISCUSSION

Recommended reading:

Downes, C., Cambridge English for Job-hunting., Cambridge University Press , Cambridge , 2008
Cotton, D., Falvey, D., Kent, S., Market Leader Upper Intermediate. New Edition, Pearson Longman. , 2006
Dubicka I., & O’Keeffe, M., Market Leader. Advanced., Pearson Longman. , 2007
MacKenzie, I., English for the financial sector, Cambridge University Press , Cambridge , 2008