Major requirements

Learn about presenting financial statements that you can use to assist business planning and decision-making as well as techniques for their analysis.

Accounting major requirements


15 points from:
Course Title Prerequisite
ACCTG 101 Accounting Information  
ACCTG 102 Accounting Concepts ACCTG 101 or 191
30 points from:
Course Title Prerequisite
ACCTG 211 Financial Accounting ACCTG 102 or 192
ACCTG 221 Cost and Management Accounting ACCTG 102 or 192
ACCTG 222 Accounting Information Systems INFOSYS 110 or 120 or INFOMGMT 191 and ACCTG 102 or 192
45 points from the following, including a maximum of 15 points from COMLAW 301, INFOSYS 321, 323:
Course Title Prerequisite
ACCTG 311 Financial Accounting ACCTG 211 OR 292
ACCTG 312 Auditing ACCTG 211 or 292, and INFOMGMT 294 or 296 or ACCTG 222
ACCTG 321 Strategic Management Accounting ACCTG 221 or 291
ACCTG 323 Performance Measurement and Evaluation Any 30 points at Stage II in Accounting or Finance
ACCTG 331 Revenue and Cost Management ACCTG 221 or 291
ACCTG 371 Financial Statement Analysis FINANCE 251 or 261, and ACCTG 211 or 292
ACCTG 381 Special Topic
 
ACCTG 382 Special Topic  
COMLAW 301 Taxation COMLAW 201 or 203
INFOSYS 321 Enterprise Systems Any 15 points at Stage II in ACCTG, COMPSCI, ENGSCI, INFOMGMT, INFOSYS, MKTG, OPSMGT, SOFTENG
INFOSYS 323 Management of Information Systems Any 15 points at Stage II in ACCTG, COMPSCI, ENGSCI, INFOMGMT, INFOSYS, MKTG, OPSMGT, SOFTENG
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Complementary subjects


Subjects which complement an Accounting major are:

  • Finance
  • Information Systems
  • Operation and Supply Chain Management
  • Taxation
  • Commercial Law
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Economics
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Suggested combinations for majors and non-majors


If you are interested in a particular area of Accounting such as financial analysis or public sector, or simply want to take Accounting courses to complement a different major, our Business Student Advisers will be able to suggest the best combination of courses to meet your needs.

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