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Accounting Finance – Diploma

Program Details

Length: 2 years (including common first year)

Total Credits: 30

Intake Terms: Fall

Campus: Castlegar

Student Loans: This program is eligible for Student Loans - details here

Credential Received

Diploma in Business Administration Accounting and Finance

Overview

Program Summary

This concentration provides students with a solid background in the financial structure of business. Students develop skills in such areas as: financial and managerial accounting, systems analysis and design, auditing, taxation, and computer systems.

Common first year course must be completed before moving into second year courses. For first year course and admission requirements see the Business Administration page.

Program Admission Requirements

Academic Requirements

In addition to meeting the general entrance requirements for admission to Selkirk College, applicants must meet the following Business Administration requirements:

  • English Studies 12 or equivalent with a minimum of 60% or higher required. For international applicants, IELTS 6.0 overall band score with no band below 5.5, or equivalent on other internationally recognized English Language Proficiency Tests.
  • Any Math 11 with a minimum of 60%. Note that students who may pursue a university degree in Business should complete a pre-calculus course.

Additional Requirements

The deadline for receiving required documentation is stated in the student’s admissions letter.

An interview (in person or by telephone) with the Program Advisor may be required before entry to the program.

Students are required to complete an orientation at the beginning of the program.

Where space permits students may be admitted up to the end of the first week of the semester.

The program may be taken on a full-time or part-time basis.

Overview

Program Summary

This concentration provides students with a solid background in the financial structure of business. Students develop skills in such areas as: financial and managerial accounting, systems analysis and design, auditing, taxation, and computer systems.

Common first year course must be completed before moving into second year courses. For first year course and admission requirements see the Business Administration page.

Program Courses

Term 3

Required second year courses

ADMN 250Managerial Accounting

3.00

ADMN 251Intermediate Accounting I

3.00

ADMN 252Financial Management

3.00

ADMN 253Principles Of Income Tax I

3.00

ADMN 269Information Systems

3.00

Term 4

Required second year courses

ADMN 254Intermediate Accounting II

3.00

ADMN 255Corporate Finance

3.00

ADMN 257Principles Of Income Tax II

3.00

ADMN 297Entrepreneurship

3.00

COMM 220Principles of Organizational Behaviour

3.00