North American College

 North American College

 of Information Technology

Diploma in Computerized Accounting

Program Length: 24 weeks


This program is offered at our Toronto Campus


The objective of our program is to equip successful graduates with the knowledge and skills required to function effectively in the modern computerized accounting and finance environment and also to hone and fine-tune their skills in the work place. Successful graduates would be entering into modern computerized accounting and finance environment.

The Diploma in Computerized Accounting aims to provide students with the opportunity to obtain knowledge and skills relating to manual and computerized accounting, costing, budgeting, taxation, financial accounting and financial management, as well as spread sheeting and word processing software. Typically, graduates find employment in small to medium sized enterprises and corporate finance departments. The public sector and non-profit sector also provide many opportunities for the accounting assistant. More senior opportunities will exist for those with experience in related administrative and accounting areas or those working in one of the recognized accounting designations.


Modules

  1. Introduction to Computer Applications
  2. Business Communications
  3. Bookkeeping
  4. Accounting and Business Applications - I
  5. Advance Accounting Application - II
  6. Canadian Business Law and Corporate Tax

Career Opportunities

Students will be prepared for employment positions such as bookkeeper, bookkeeper assistant, accounting clerk, accounts payable clerk, accounts receivable clerk, payroll clerk, auditing clerk, data entry clerk, customer service representative, assistant office manager, and general office clerk

Admission Requirements

  • Grade 12 (OSSD) or equivalent
  • If you are 19 years or older and do not have an OSSD or equivalent, a minimum passing score of 16 on the Wonderlic SLE entrance test
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