Interdisciplinarity in Accounting Training: Analysis of Curriculum of Accounting program of Santo Tomas University, Bogotá.
Moreno Sánchez, Gabriel Enrique
Duque Cruz, Óscar Yamith
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The present work reflects one of the fundamental concerns in the task of teaching accounting in higher education: the interdisciplinarity and transdisciplinarity that are usually argued as a criterion in the construction of educational processes is evident in all, or are they only variables that are expressed in a disjointed way in the curricula? The intention of the present work is to reveal the importance of interdisciplinary and transdisciplinarity concepts in the university formation processes, and particularly for the case of the Accounting formation program at the Santo Tomás University, in the development of the work it is concluded that although the concepts indicated Have a high level of relevance, are not clearly developed in the formative deployment that follows the curriculum, and have problems of articulation and coherence.