DLI No. #O123445819232

Admission Requirements

Canadian Students

Pursuant to the College Education Regulations, section 4, for the Attestation of College Studies, A person who has received instruction considered sufficient by the college and meets any one of the following conditions:


  • The person has interrupted his or her full-time studies or pursued full-time postsecondary studies for at least 2 consecutive terms or 1 school year1;
  • The person is covered by an agreement entered into between the college and an employer or by a government program of studies;
  • The person has interrupted his or her full-time studies for one term and pursued full-time postsecondary studies for one term; or
  • The person holds a Secondary School Vocational Diploma.
Fees for Domestic students*:
  • $ 16000
International Students

The program focuses on the specific training skills of the Diploma of College Studies in Accounting and Management Techniques in connection with accounting and financial management, business start-up, etc.) were excluded from the program in favor of knowledge relating to computerized accounting and financial Management.


  • 50% in academic & 6.0 overall (5.5) in IELTS/PTE accepted
Fees for International students*:
  • $ 21900
  • Our fees includes non-refundable charges of registration fees of 250$ and administration fees of 5650$
  • Our fees also includes the Health insurance charges for international students
Program Details
Duration: 24 months
* This program is offered in English and French.
The College recognizes as sufficient training:
  • A holder of a Secondary School Diploma or the equivalent issued by a school board or equivalent;
  • A person with professional experience related to the program’s field of specialization;
  • A person with relevant training related to the program’s field of specialization.

Presentation of program

The program is based on the competencies of the specific training of a Diploma of College Studies in Accounting & Management Technology in line with accounting and financial management using appropriate software. Competencies related to administrative management (managing personnel, business start-up, etc.) have been excluded from the programin favour of knowledge of IT-based accounting and financial management.

The program aims to give the student a global vision of the accounting and financial cycle so that, with the help of IT tools that are the norm today, they can support managers and/or accountants in their work by providing them with reliable accounting and financial information. They will become familiar with payroll processing norms and standards.

The program is more practical starting in session 2, allowing the student to build on the basic theoretical aspects at the beginning and gradually place them in work situations and perfect their practical application and integration of learning.

Rigour and a strong work ethic, which are crucial in this area of employment, will be taught and evaluated throughout the various courses.  

Program goals

The computerized financial management programis designed to prepare students to become qualified as accounting and financial management technicians.

This occupation corresponds to the National Occupational Classification of NOC-1311 Accounting technicians and bookkeepers.

Accounting technicians and bookkeepers perform some or all of the following duties:
  • Keep financial records and establish, maintain and balance various accounts using computerized bookkeeping systems;
  • Post journal entries and reconcile accounts, prepare trial balance of books, maintain general ledgers and prepare financial statements;
  • Calculate and prepare cheques for payrolls and for utility, tax and other bills;
  • Complete and submit tax remittance forms, workers' compensation forms, pension contribution forms and other government documents;
  • Prepare tax returns and perform other personal bookkeeping services;
  • Prepare other statistical, financial and accounting reports. Students will be prepared to work in a field related to retail trade, in particular.
Job titles that graduates of the program hold include:
  • Accounting bookkeeper
  • Accounting technician
  • Bookkeeper
  • Bookkeeping clerk
  • Budget officer
  • Finance officer
  • Financial officer
  • Senior bookkeeper
Objectives

At the end of the program, graduates will be able to:

  • Use standard accounting and financial management software;
  • Process data from the accounting cycle in accordance with accounting principles;
  • Collaboratively manage payroll in accordance with norms and standards;
  • Contribute effectively to sound financial management of the company;
  • Provide support in the area of income tax.

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