Business - Accounting
Whether you want to climb the corporate ladder or start a new career in business, finance, or accounting, Canadore’s Accounting program provides you with the skills you need. Become a key asset to any business, anywhere in the world.
Your Future Career
What you learn
Semester One - Fall:
ACC 140 Principles of Accounting I (7 wks)
ACC 190 Principles of Accounting II (7 wks)
ACC 102Computers for Accounting
ACC 112Excel for Accountants
GED 125 Government Relations
Semester Two - Winter:
ACC 310Intermediate Accounting I (7 wks)
ACC 360Intermediate Accounting II (7 wks)
BUS 195 Organizational Behavior
MTH 178 Quantitative Methods I
CMM 230 Workplace Communications
Semester Three - Fall:
ACC 215 Management Accounting II (7 wks)
ACC 295 Management Accounting III (7 wks)
ACC 232Payrolll Administration
CMM 300 Researching and Report II
GENEDGeneral Education Elective - Online
Semester Four - Winter:
ACC 386Taxation I (7 wks)
ACC 387Taxation II (7 wks)
ACC 216Corporate Finance I (7 wks)
ACC 316Corporate Finance II (7 wks)
GENED General Education Elective - Online
Every attempt is made to ensure the accuracy of information provided on our website. The College reserves the right to modify any course, program, curriculum, fee, timetable, or campus location at any time.
Students may also receive advanced standing from the Canadian Institute of Management towards the Certificate in Supervisory Management and the Certificate in Management Program, from the Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping towards the Certificate in Bookkeeping, and from the Purchasing Management Association of Canada towards the Certified Professional Purchaser Designation and the Certificate in Purchasing.
Other opportunities exist with the Canadian Payroll Association and Registered Professional Bookkeepers.
This program is a part of a collaboration between northern Ontario’s six publicly-funded colleges, which provides increased student access and flexibility through common curriculum and course outlines. The program shares faculty among the colleges and students may be instructed through a combination of classroom delivery on location, online and/or through a virtual classroom.
Learning outcomes represent culminating demonstrations of learning and achievement. In addition, learning outcomes are interrelated and cannot be viewed in isolation of one another. As such, they should be viewed as a comprehensive whole. They describe performances that demonstrate that significant integrated learning by graduates of the program has been achieved.