CASB Required Courses

General Business - 3 required Economics Ethics Marketing Business Law Human Resource Management Strategic Planning/Policy Statistics Introductory Accounting
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Courses Available Through DAP
ECON 101 + 102* PHIL 230* BUSI 465: Marketing Management BUSI 393: Commercial Law DIPLOMA BUSI 329: Principles of Organizational Behaviour BUSI 493: Strategic Management in Business BUSI 290: Introduction to Quantitative Decision Making BUSI 291: Application of Statistics in Business

BUSI 293: Introduction to Financial Accounting DIPLOMA BUSI 294: Introduction to Managerial Accounting DIPLOMA

Assurance - 1 required Introductory Finance - 2 required Introductory Intermediate Information Systems & Technology - 1 required Introductory Performance Measurement - 4 required Intermediate Assets and Equities (2 courses) Intermediate Mngrl/Cost Accounting (1 course)
Plus choice of:

BUSI 455: Principles of Auditing DIPLOMA BUSI 370: Finance DIPLOMA BUSI 470: Financial Management
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BUSI 335: Management Information Systems DIPLOMA

BUSI 353: Intermediate Financial Accounting I DIPLOMA BUSI 450: Intermediate Accounting II DIPLOMA BUSI 354: Cost Accounting DIPLOMA

Advanced Financial Accounting (1 course) Advanced Mngrl/Cost Accounting (1 course) Taxation - 1 required Introductory
DIPLOMA

BUSI 453: Advanced Financial Accounting DIPLOMA BUSI 454: Accounting for Management Control and Incentives BUSI 355: Introduction to Income Tax DIPLOMA

Required for graduation from the Diploma in Accounting Program. Other BUSI courses listed here are DAP electives. Non-DAP course: taken by permission/subject to availability. Introductory level courses are not counted towards CASB minimum course requirements and are not included in the overall GPA calculation for entrance into CASB. BUSI 293 and 294 satisfy DAP prerequisites for intermediate courses. A 2 Intermediate course is highly recommended. Software application and similar introductory level courses are not counted toward CASB minimum course requirements and are not included in overall GPA. Appropriate courses are available through DAP; please contact a DAP advisor for more information.

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