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School of Business & Continuing Studies

Intermediate Accounting

This certificate serves as a stand-alone credential that builds student knowledge of accounting theory and application and/or serves as a bridge for students pursuing CPA designation and completion of a business degree.

In addition, the certificate includes a work-integrated learning course that provides students with a hands-on learning opportunity where theory and practice are integrated.

The program also includes courses that build on critical thinking skills that can be applied in the field and in further study.


Graduation from a Business Administration degree, diploma or equivalent at an accredited post-secondary institution with completion of the following courses (or their equivalents):

ACCT 113 or ACCT 321


Fall Semester

  • ACCT 211 - Intermediate Accounting
  • ACCT 219 - Taxation
  • ACCT 276 - Advanced Computerized Accounting
  • MGMT 284 - Business Statistics I
  • MGMT 395 - Business Law

Winter Semester

  • ACCT 213 - Intermediate Accounting
  • ACCT 215 - Introduction to Managerial Accounting
  • COMM 252 - Advanced Business Communications
  • FINA 255 - Finance
  • MGMT 285 - Business Statistics II

Spring Semester

  • ACCT 290 - Work Placement

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Graduates with an Intermediate Accounting Certificate are prepared to find work as an

  • Accounting Technician
  • Accounts Payable or Accounts Receivable Clerk
  • CGA or CMA Trainee
  • Bookkeeper

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