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CCFC 520 Issues in Professional Practice 2. (3 credits)
Skills required to provide advisory and public accounting services specifically addressing ethical issues for public accountants, engagement risks and strategies, financial reporting requirements and new developments in GAAP and GAAS.
CCFC 521 Corporate Governance. (3 credits)
How existing corporate governance systems, wealth creation, business viability and living standards are interconnected. Shareholder power, stakeholder rights and privileges, and who ultimately holds power and how such power should be delegated are also addressed.
CCFC 522 Strategic Financial Management. (3 credits)
Strategic financial management skills focusing on growth strategies, financing structures, financial risk management, control mechanism design and performance evaluations from the perspective of the professional accountant internal to the organization.
CCFC 523 Public Accountancy. (3 credits)
The course prepares students for public accounting responsibilities. Topics include diagnostic analysis of financial information integrity, accounting manipulations, asset measurement and technological hazards, mandate planning, risk assessment, gathering and evaluating audit evidence and reporting results of engagement. Case studies will be used to study public accountancy.
CCFC 590 Topics in Accounting and Auditing. (3 credits)
Specialized course covering an advanced topic in the accounting and auditing areas selected from current issues or themes in literature.
CCLW 300 Public Administration and Law for Indigenous Peoples. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018
This course focuses on the development, implementation and administration of government policies and its role in enhancing community economic development. The course will focus on approaches, practices and multi-disciplinary skills needed for efficient and ethical administration, the laws and regulations governing these practices, and ways to develop effective relationships with industry and government.
CCLW 511 Law 1. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018
Sources and administration of law; the Canadian Constitution and the division of powers; the Quebec Civil Code, comprising the law of persons, the law of property, obligations, contracts, sale, lease and hire, mandate, suretyship, hypothecs and prescription.
CCLW 640 Tax Aspects of Litigation. (3 credits)
In-depth study of the relevant tax issues specific to litigation support services. Topics include measurements and treatment of damages; damages for breach of contract and tort; the process of civil action; personal injury; wrongful dismissal; real estate; disputes between corporations and their shareholders; disputes between members of partnerships; bankruptcies; separation and divorce; appeals; structured settlements. Cases will be used to illustrate concepts.
CCLW 641 Taxation Research Methodology. (3 credits)
Familiarization with primary sources of income tax law, interpretations, circulars, court case decisions and research indices. Exercises and casework will be used extensively to gather, organize and integrate research data, interpret information and communicate results. Casework will focus on business, personal and property tax law. Knowledge of the use of research databases is essential.
CCLW 643 U.S. Taxation. (3 credits)
U.S. Federal, State and local taxation. Topics include individuals; corporations; corporate distribution techniques; corporate reorganizations; tax-free transactions; purchase and sale of businesses; corporations; real estate; partnerships; estate and gift tax; and current developments.
CCLW 644 Corporate Reorganizations. (3 credits)
A study of the theoretical and technical bases of tax issues surrounding corporate reorganizations and distribution of surplus. Topics include in-depth analysis of rollovers; paid up capital; butterfly transactions; amalgamations and windups; losses; takeovers and purchase and sale of business; partnership rollovers; international rollovers; judicial restraints on tax planning for reorganizations; estate planning for individuals and partnerships; trusts; and executive compensation and retirement planning.
CCLW 645 Taxation: Partnerships and Trusts. (3 credits)
The following topics will be covered within a business decision making framework: the structure and development of partnership vehicles and trusts from a legal and tax perspective; computation of income; transfer of property to and from partnerships and trusts; tax free rollovers; the effect of death, retirement and non resident status; review of specific tax rules and deeming provisions; tax planning and implementation.
CCMA 511 Managerial Accounting 1. (3 credits)
Fall 2018, Winter 2019
Introduction to cost accounting. Elements of cost; job order and process cost systems; budgeting; standard costs and analysis of variances; cost/volume/profit relationships; variable costing; relevant costs.
CCMA 522 Managerial Accounting 2. (3 credits)
Fall 2018, Winter 2019
Building on Managerial Accounting I, this course examines the processes used by management to make decisions relating to business operations; investments; financing (including income tax implications); bankruptcy; liquidation and receivership. Business and Securities Valuation Techniques and considerations; and operations management techniques and considerations are included.
CCMA 523 Managerial Accounting 3. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Spring/Summer 2019
Core management control problems, the management control systems available to address those problems, and important situational factors that can cause managers to choose one set of management controls over another are examined. Coverage of management controls is extended to situations that deserve special attention.
CCOM 200 Introduction to Creative Writing. (3 credits)
Production of original creative works. Study and application of writing techniques and craft elements observed in both traditional and contemporary forms, ranging from poetic forms such as the sonnet, the villanelle, and free verse, to short fiction forms such as the short story and the vignette, to hybrid forms such as prose poetry and flash fiction. Learning methods include mini-lectures on craft, analysis of literary texts, in-class writing exercises, writing workshop-style critique, multiple drafts, and audio feedback.
CCOM 205 Communication in Management 1. (3 credits)
Fall 2018, Winter 2019
Written and oral communication in Management (in English): emphasis on strategies for identifying, analyzing, and solving writing and speaking problems. Course work based on academic and professional communication in management.
CCOM 206 Communication in Engineering. (3 credits)
Fall 2018, Winter 2019
Written and oral communication in Engineering (in English): strategies for generating, developing, organizing, and presenting ideas in a technical setting; problem-solving; communicating to different audiences; editing and revising; and public speaking. Course work based on academic, technical, and professional writing in engineering.
CCOM 207 Communication in Public Relations. (3 credits)
Identifying, analyzing, and solving communication problems in a variety of public relations contexts. Emphasis on news releases, media kits, informational and promotional materials, and oral presentations.
CCOM 314 Communicating Science. (3 credits)
Fall 2018, Winter 2019
Production of written and oral assignments designed to communicate scientific problems and findings to varied audiences. Analysis of the disciplinary conventions of scientific discourse in terms of audience, purpose, organization, and style; comparative rhetorical analysis of academic and popular genres, including abstracts, lab reports, research papers, print and online journalism.

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