Diploma (Dip.) Accounting

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Courses & Workshops

CACC 521 Concepts of Financial Accounting. (3 credits)
In-class, Part-time
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Spring/Summer 2019
This course examines accounting in a finance context, how to prepare, interpret, and make decisions based on accounting information. The course examines the process of recording and reporting accounting transactions, the elements of financial statements, and the preparation of various financial statements.
CMS2 500 Mathematics for Management. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Spring/Summer 2019
Basic mathematics needed for business applications, including graphs of functions, series summation, mathematics of finance, annuity, discounted cash flow, internal rate of return, permutations, combinations, maxima and minima of functions with business applications in optimization, introductory statistics and probability
CEC2 532 Business Economics. (3 credits)
In-class, Part-time
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Spring/Summer 2019
Introductory micro and macro economic theory and practice in profit and non-profit organizations from a managerial perspective. Topics include: demand and supply analysis, production costs, firms' pricing and output determination, aggregate demand and supply, national income, output and employment determination, inflation, interest rate, exchange rate determination, fiscal and monetary policies.
CMS2 521 Applied Management Statistics. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Winter 2019
Statistical methods used in a variety of business situations, emphasizing application and providing a working knowledge of the most widely-used techniques. Topics include descriptive statistics; probability distributions; sampling procedures and distributions; inferential statistics including estimation; hypothesis testing and Anova; simple linear, multiple regression and correlation; time series and forecasting.
Required Courses
CCAU 511 Auditing 1. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Spring/Summer 2019
An introduction to: the nature and purpose of auditing, appointment, remuneration, powers, duties and responsibilities of an auditor; internal control; audit programs, financial statement presentation; procedures for verification of items in financial statements; audit reports.
CCFC 511 Financial Accounting 1. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Spring/Summer 2019
Theoretical and practical foundation of financial reporting, specifically focusing on the accounting concepts, the accounting process, revenue and asset recognition, their measurement and disclosure.
CCFC 512 Financial Accounting 2. (3 credits)
Fall 2018, Winter 2019
A detailed review of the accounting for current and long term assets and liabilities, intangibles and shareholders' equity; determination of accounting income and the treatment of prior period adjustments and extraordinary items; working capital and flow of funds; financial statement presentation; partnerships. Current practices and the relevant CICA recommendations will be reviewed in terms of theoretical concepts and principles.
CCFC 513 Financial Accounting 3. (3 credits)
Fall 2018, Winter 2019
The underlying concepts and accounting treatment of intercorporate investments, business combinations, purchases and pooling of interests, including a detailed examination of the CICA recommendations. Reorganizations; valuation of business enterprises; branches, domestic and foreign; consignments; installment sales; estate and trust accounting.
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.
CCTX 511 Taxation 1. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Spring/Summer 2019
Basic principles of tax law; residence, meaning and computation of taxable income; computation of personal tax; foreign tax credits; capital gains; partnerships; trusts; administration and enforcement; case decisions; Revenue Department bulletins, circulars and rulings; appeals.
CFIN 512 Corporate Finance. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Winter 2019, Fall 2018, Spring/Summer 2019
Fundamental finance theory as applied to the firm's short and long-term financing and investment decisions and the sources of funds available to it (stocks, bonds, derivatives). Exposure to critical concepts of "firm value maximization" emphasizing capital budgeting, cost of capital, capital structure, derivatives, dividend policy, risk and return.
Complementary Courses
CCAU 520 External Auditing. (3 credits)
An examination of the external auditor's legal rights and responsibilities in carrying out the external audit function with particular attention to current auditing standards and any current developments affecting them.
CCFC 514 Accounting Theory and Practice. (3 credits)
The study of conceptual underpinnings of current accounting thought and their application to the current practice. An in-depth study of current Canadian accounting standards and practices with an emphasis on financial reporting.
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 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.
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.
CCTX 532 Taxation 2. (3 credits)
Fall 2018, Winter 2019
Theoretical analysis of federal corporate taxation. Current issues in taxation will also be discussed and analyzed.
CFIN 522 Applied Topics: Corporate Finance. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Winter 2019
Concepts and techniques developed in earlier courses are extended and/or applied to problems faced by managers in Corporate Finance. Such problems include: working capital management, capital budgeting, capital structure, dividend policy, cost of capital and mergers and acquisitions. Stresses the application of theory and techniques; and makes extensive use of case studies.
CMIS 541 Information Systems for Managers. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018
Introduces the importance of Information Systems (IS) in organizations and issues associated with managing these. Provides a strategic view of IS and Information Technology (IT). Students will be presented with managerial, informational and technological issues related to the management of IT, and with a framework to better manage them. Class discussions, case analysis, presentations.
CPL2 552 Strategic Management. (3 credits)
Fall 2018
Includes analysis of major forces driving organizations, explores mission development, goal selection, corporate strategy, policy formulation for the benefit of all stakeholders. Discusses situations confronting senior managers in the competitive environment, includes topics such as the identification and evaluation of strategic alternatives, the management of control processes for increased productivity, etc.
I had a Bachelors degree in microbiology and immunology. I realized that science wasn't for me anymore. I wanted to know that what I studied would secure a job. I did the graduate diploma in two years, and then I completed the CPA exam. The instructors prepared us so well. The big four firms recruit through the program and my first job was through one of those companies. Now I work as a CPA in the pharmacutical industry. The career opportunities are endless
Titika Z.
Accounting Graduate