Bachelor of Business Administration - Accounting The B.B.A. prepares students for positions of responsibility in business. The program covers the fundamentals of accounting, finance, management, marketing, organizational behaviour and operations management. A course...
Bachelor of Accounting The Bachelor of Accounting program is designed for students pursuing a career as a Chartered Accountant. The program is professionally oriented and combines studies in Accounting and other Business disciplines with studies in the Social Sciences,...
Bachelor of Accounting Co-operative The BAcc program is offered on a regular four-year basis as well as on a co-operative work/study basis for students intending to become Chartered Accountants. Year 1- ACTG 1P11, 1P12 and 1P71- ...
Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) with Accounting Concentration Business courses from Day One. Small class size. Close student-faculty interaction. If you’re looking for a business school that offers all this and more, then the Sprott School of Business is right for...
Bachelor of Applied Business Administration - Accounting The Bachelor of Applied Business Administration - Accounting is a four semester post-diploma applied degree program. An applied degree is a credential developed by Alberta Learning in response to a need to...
The Bachelor of Business Administration (Accounting) degree, or BBA
(Accounting), is an industry-recognized program designed to meet the
growing demand for baccalaureate degree-level accounting professionals
in southern Alberta and beyond. The BBA (Accounting)...
This degree program is designed to provide students with the
business and management skills necessary to become effective leaders,
innovators, and entrepreneurs in today’s competitive economy. The
degree offers both a practical management education and enough...
Full-time students will complete required
Advanced Technical Specialty courses in two semesters, fall and winter.
Additional 12 credits of Liberal Studies courses should be completed
before or after the required Advanced Technical Specialty courses. For
The degree program requires a minimum of 120 credits of required
courses and electives. Students admitted to Year 3 will have already
completed a minimum of 60 credits. If a first year English course was
not completed prior to Year 3 entry, degree completion...
Years 1 and 2
ACCT 1110 and 1210 Principles of Accounting I and II OR ACCT 2293 Introduction to Financial Accounting and an elective course (any course numbered 1100 or higher). NOTE :
Credit will not be granted for ACCT 1110 if credit was previously
Accounting covers financial and managerial accounting, as well as
taxation and auditing. Internal decision-making, financial statement
analysis, taxation, and auditing are among the topics covered. You also
analyze financial records and accounting information...
Along with the Concentration Area students taking the Bachelor of
Business Administration will be expected to complete 33 credit hours of
a core set of business courses and a 3 credit hour course in ethics.
This option is designed to equip students with the skills and abilities
necessary for a successful career in accounting and/or financial management of
corporations or organizations.
The program requires a minimum of 18 courses at the 300/400 level in business...
Bachelor of Commerce in Accountancy The undergraduate accounting curriculum is designed to impart the necessary skills required for entry into the accounting profession. The Department offers a wide selection of accounting courses that satisfy the educational requirements...
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