The CGA Core Courses consists of 15 courses plus two comprehensive business cases.
Each business case is designed to help you apply financial management concepts in a practical and professional manner.
Depending on your level of post-secondary education, you may be awarded transfer credits in the application and assessment process. Transfer credits reduce the number of courses required to complete the CGA program. For more information on transfer credits, click here.
CGA Core courses and business cases are spread over four levels:
Level One to Three
Levels one to three include 10 courses plus one business case. Courses provide a solid understanding of full-cycle financial accounting, economics, business law, management accounting, communications, and management information systems.
The business case applies theoretical knowledge to a real-world business scenario.
|Financial Accounting Fundamentals
|Micro & Macro Economics
|Financial Accounting: Assets
|Business Quantitative Analysis
|Management Accounting Fundamentals
|Financial Accounting: Liabilities & Equities
|Corporate Finance Fundamentals
|Managing Information Systems
|Accounting Business Case
All CGA students must complete a public speaking requirement prior to certification as a CGA. Credit may be granted based on the successful completion of a business degree.
The five courses and business case in level four of the CGA program cover advanced topics in financial and management accounting as well as the key professional concepts and knowledge in audit and taxation.
The second business case provides the opportunity to apply all these concepts in a practical manner through the completion of an audit business simulation.
|Financial Accounting: Consolidations & Advanced Issues
|Advanced Management Accounting
|Personal & Corporate Taxation
|Accounting Theory & Contemporary Issues
|Public Practice Audit Case