Accounting

Accounting topics include internal decision making, financial statement analysis, taxation and auditing. You'll analyze financial records and accounting information to aid in strategic planning and business development. 

Am I the right fit for this option?

For this rigorous program, you need to have demonstrated an ability to do well in core courses in the area. If you have less than a 65% standing in COMM 290, 291, 293, 294, and 298 we advise you not to select this option.

Accounting option course requirements

Year 3
COMM 353Financial Accounting - Intermediate I
COMM 354Cost Accounting
Year 41
COMM 450Financial Accounting - Intermediate II
Three credits from the following courses:
COMM 452Taxes and Decision Making
COMM 454Accounting for Management Control and Incentives
COMM 459Financial Statement Analysis
And three credits from the following courses:
COMM 452Taxes and Decision Making
COMM 453Financial Accounting - Advanced
COMM 454Accounting for Management Control and Incentives
COMM 455Principles of Auditing
COMM 459Financial Statement Analysis
1 If you started Year 3 of the Accounting option prior to September 2015, you may take any six credits from COMM 452, COMM 453, COMM 454, COMM 455, and COMM 459, in addition to COMM 450, to fulfill Year 4 Accounting option requirements.

Other Accounting courses which may be taken as electives

COMM 355Income Taxation                                                            

Careers in Accounting

Whether you aspire to be an auditor with one of the Big 4 accounting firms, or want to start a business with an unbeatable revenue model, an option in Accounting will equip you with a solid understanding of the inner workings of a business.


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