Online learning also makes it possible for adults to prepare for a new career while remaining on the job. Preference will be given to applicants who are current full-time students in the BCIT Diploma in Accounting , Finance or Financial Planning programs. Currently enrolled full-time BCIT diploma students applying for the full-time degree may be conditionally accepted based on successful completion of their diploma. Graduates of the BCIT Finance or Financial Planning diploma programs are not required to take FMGT 3310 and 4310 as prerequisites for the BTech in Accounting. The program of studies must be pre-approved by the BTech in Accounting Program Head.
The overall objective of this course is to enhance the students’ skills by supplementing their knowledge of accounting with a thorough understanding of the strategic management process and the integration of concepts learned in other disciplines. Develops skills in logical analysis, a working knowledge of moral principles and theories, and the ability to diagnose and resolve moral disagreements commonly found at work. Examines and applies moral principles to historically famous cases in manufacturing, human resources, management, engineering, health care, and computing. Part-time students are required to complete the Bachelor of Technology in Accounting courses within seven years.
Individuals interested in taking specific courses from the Bachelor of Technology Accounting degree program to meet professional designation or ongoing professional development requirements may do so if they fulfill the course’s prerequisites However, they must contact the Program Head for permission to enroll. The Bachelor of Technology in Accounting program consists of eight Advanced Technical Specialty courses, 12 credits (4 courses) of Liberal Studies Education, and a Workplace education component.
Then you will receive your credentials in the mail and a BCIT official transcript indicating that your Degree has been granted. These reports combine the last three years of available results for the 2012-2014 BCIT Outcomes Surveys of 2011-2013 graduates and for Degree 2010-2012 graduates. It provided the required training, offered flexibility in my learning path, and created a perfect platform to complete my degree and assisted me in obtaining one of the most esteemed accounting designations – Chartered Accountant (CA). The Accounting Division conducts state-of-the-art research on a wide range of topics in financial accounting, managerial accounting, tax, information economics, and corporate finance.
Our students learn how managers can use financial accounting information to communicate effectively with investors and how to apply managerial accounting information internally to make more effective decisions. Our faculty members are on the editorial boards of leading journals and are actively shaping accounting practice through consulting engagements in the corporate world. Further, the division is influencing the future of the accounting profession through our top-rated PhD program. Accounting professors consistently rank among the best teachers at Columbia Business School.