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Accounting and Finance Diploma

Full-time or part-time Starts: September and January Fees, entire program: $5,829 Two years Prince George campus Careers This program gives you a solid grounding in accounting and nance. Youll be prepared for entry-level positions in public practice and private industry, and for professional accounting programs such as CA, CMA, or CGA, which often combine study and paid employment. Additional study and work experience can lead to careers such as controller, treasurer, public accountant, and auditor. Admission requirements Successful completion of one of the following: Grade 12 (with English 12 or English 12: First Peoples, Communications 12, or Technical and Professional Communications 12) and Principles of Math 11 or Applications of Math 11 or Foundations of Math 11 or Precalculus 11 or Math 044 or 045 Adult Dogwood with Math 044 or Math 045 GED Certificate with English 12 or English 050 and Math 044 or Math 045 Mature student status with English 12 or English 050 and Math 044 or Math 045 or equivalent, as demonstrated on EMAT Note 1: ECON 201, ECON 202, FIN 257 and MATH 157 require higher level math skills. Please consult the course descriptions in this calendar or contact the Counselling and Advising department for details regarding these four courses. Note 2: Essentials of Math 11 does not fulfill the admission requirements. Program outline notes Note 1: ECON 101 and 102 are not recognized prerequisites for postdiploma courses. ECON 201 and 202 receive full transfer credit. Note 2: Kwantlen Polytechnical University requires ENGL 103 and does not accept ENGL 195 or ENGL 196. Note 3: Students have a choice of taking either all three of ACC 252, ACC 256, and FIN 258 or two of these courses plus an additional elective. You might also be interested in . . . Business Administration Certicate Management Diploma Marketing and Management Diploma

Program outline (when MATH 145 is not required in rst semester)


Semester 1 ACC 151 CIS 165 Either: ECON 101 or: ECON 201 MGT 154 MKT 152

Accounting I Business Information Systems Canadian Microeconomics Issues (see Program outline notes) Principles of Economics Microeconomics (see Program outline note 1) Applied Human Relations Principles of Marketing

Semester 2 ACC 152 Accounting II Either: ECON 102 Canadian Macroeconomics Issues (see Program outline note 1) or ECON 202 Principles of Economics Macroeconomics (see Program outline note 1) Either: ENGL 103 Composition and Style (see Program outline note 2) or ENGL 195 Effective Communications I (see Program outline note 2) MATH 157 Business Statistics Elective (see Electives list) Semester 3 ACC 251 Intermediate Accounting I ACC 255 Management Accounting I FIN 257 Finance I Two electives (see Electives list) Semester 4 ACC 252 ACC 256 ACC 270 FIN 258 MGT 255

Intermediate Accounting II (see Program outline note 3) Management Accounting II (see Program outline note 3) Computerized Accounting Finance II (see Program outline note 3) Small Business Development

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Accounting and Finance Diploma contd

Program outline (when MATH 145 is required in rst semester)


Semester 1 ACC 151 CIS 165 MATH 145 MGT 154 MKT 152 Semester 2 ACC 152 Either: ECON 102 or ECON 202 Either: ENGL 103

Elective list
Either: ENGL 195 Effective Communications I (see Program outline note 2) or ENGL 229 Professional Business and Technical Communication LAW 294 Business Law Either: MATH 101 Calculus I or MATH 165 Calculus for Non-science Majors Either: MATH 103 Finite Mathematics or MATH 204 Linear Algebra MATH 145 Math for Business MGT 160 International Business Either: MGT 254 Applied Group and Leadership Skills or COM 222 Management and Organizational Behaviour MGT 263 Human Resource Development MGT 264 Industrial Relations TAX 261 Taxation I

Accounting I Business Information Systems Math for Business Applied Human Relations Principles of Marketing

Accounting II Canadian Macroeconomics Issues (see Program outline note 1) Principles of Economics Macroeconomics (see Program outline note 1) Composition and Style (see Program outline note 2)

or ENGL 195 Effective Communications I (see Program outline note 2) MATH 157 Business Statistics Elective (see Electives list) Semester 3 ACC 251 Intermediate Accounting I ACC 255 Management Accounting I Either: ECON 101 Canadian Microeconomics Issues (see Program outline note 1) or ECON 201 Principles of Economics Microeconomics (see Program outline note 1) FIN 257 Finance I Elective (see Electives list) Semester 4 ACC 252 ACC 256 ACC 270 FIN 258 MGT 255

Intermediate Accounting II (see Program outline note 3) Management Accounting II (see Program outline note 3) Computerized Accounting Finance II (see Program outline note 3) Small Business Development

Important dates Fall term Classes: September 7, 2010 December 17, 2010 Exams: December 9 17, 2010 Spring term Classes: January 4, 2011 April 21, 2011 Exams: April 14 21, 2011 Study break: February 14 18, 2011

Revised: 11.06.02

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