The course will operate on a night shift, on a semiannual basis, with 40 (forty) vacancies, offered through selective processes, with semiannual entry, according to Normative Ordinance No. 40 of December 12, 2007, with a total workload of 3,180 (three thousand , one hundred and eighty) hours, equivalent to 159 (one hundred and fifty-nine) credits, distributed in interconnected training fields, in accordance with CNE / CES Resolution No. 10, of December 16, 2004, which provides for a minimum workload and procedures related to the completion and duration of undergraduate courses, bachelor's degrees, in the face-to-face modality.

The term for curricular payment corresponds to a minimum of 4 (four) years, equivalent to 8 (eight) academic semesters and a maximum of 6 (six) years, equivalent to 12 (twelve) academic semesters.

The curricular organization of the course contemplates the contents that reveal interrelationships with the economic and financial scenario, national and international, according to a historical and contextualized perspective, in order to provide the harmonization of the international accounting norms and standards, in accordance with the training required by the World Trade Organization and the peculiarities of government organizations, observing the profile defined for the trainee, distributed in the following interconnected fields of training:

Basic Training Contents: studies related to other areas of knowledge, especially Administration, Economics, Law, Quantitative Methods, Mathematics and Statistics;

Professional Training Contents: specific studies pertaining to Accounting Theories, including the notions of actuarial activities and quantification of financial, equity, governmental and non-governmental information, audits, expertise, arbitrations and controllership, with their applications peculiar to the public sector and private;

Theoretical-Practical Training Contents: Supervised Curricular Internship, Complementary Activities, Independent Studies, Optional Content, Practice in Computer Lab, using updated software for Accounting.

The student must take three (03) disciplines, including electives, totaling 120 hours to complete the curriculum.

These contents are covered in disciplines in the curricular structure of the Course, as exposed in the framework of the Curriculum Matrix.