Creative Thinking Skills Within Accounting in College Curriculum of Indonesia
Gayatria Oktalina, S.Pd (1), Erika Feronika Br. Simanungkalit, S.Pd (2).
Postgraduate Indonesia University of Education (UPI)
This research examines the content and chances of implementing creative thinking skills across the accounting curriculum at colleges, in particular, financial accounting courses intermediate and advanced. Sample researches are State Colleges (PTN) and Private Colleges (PTS) in the Department of accounting in Indonesia is represented by the University of Indonesia (UI) and Gunadarma University (UG). Data analysis for reviewing contents creative thinking skills using a descriptive approach and implementation opportunities with Threath, Opportunities, Weakness, and Strength (TOWS). Findings in research show the content creative thingking skills on courses of intermediate financial accounting and Advanced, UI is higher than UG. The opportunities for implementing creative thinking skills across the accounting curriculum at PTN and PTS big enough.
Topic: Financial Management and Accounting