Curriculum Guideline

Accounting (Post-Degree Diploma)

Effective Date:
Program Code
PDACCT
Program
Faculty
Commerce & Business Administration
Department
Accounting
Credential Type
Post-Degree Diploma
Transcript Title
Accounting Post Degree Diploma
Date of First Offering
Start Term
201210
End Term
201510
Institutional Unit
Accounting
Credential
Post-Degree Diploma in Accounting
Length of Program
One year
Credits
30.00
Admissions Requirements

Applicants must have an undergraduate degree in Business (bachelor level) from a recognized post-secondary institution in Canada, or any English speaking country. Applicants with an undergraduate degree in Business (bachelor level) from a non-English speaking country will be required to meet the Douglas College English language proficiency requirement of English 12 with a minimum grade of "C" or one of the acceptable substitutions.

Applicants must have a minimum grade of C in each of the following courses (or equivalent):

  1. ACCT 1235 Principles of Accounting I and II; or ACCT 1110 and ACCT 1210
  2. ACCT 2320 Introductory Management Accounting
  3. ECON 1150 Principles of Micro Economics
  4. ECON 1250 Principles of Macro Economics
  5. BUSN 1320 Introductory Business Law
  6. BUSN 2429 Business Statistics I
  7. BUSN 3431 Business Statistics II
  8. FINC 2340 Fundatmentals of Financial Management
  9. CSIS 2200 Systems Analysis and Design
  10. BUSN 4275 Business Strategy and Competitive Analysis

Applicants who do not have all of the required courses can complete briding requirements at Douglas College.

Curriculum Framework
  1. ACCT 3310: Intermediate Accounting I
  2. ACCT 3410: Intermediate Accounting II
  3. ACCT 3420: Intermediate Management Accounting
  4. ACCT 3370: Income Tax I
  5. ACCT 3470: Income Tax II
  6. ACCT 4510: Advanced Financial Accounting
  7. ACCT 4520: Advanced Management Accounting
  8. ACCT 4750: Auditing
  9. Open elective
  10. Open elective

An overall GPA of 2.33 (C+) is required for graduation along with a minimum grade of C in each individual course.