BACHELOR OF COMMERCE - Accounting
Employers around the world are continuing to feel the effects of a talent shortage for accounting and finance professionals according to the Global Financial Employment Monitor published by Robert Half. The Bachelor of Commerce – Accounting degree program prepares students to enter this demanding profession.
The program examines the theoretical considerations underlying accounting and develops skills in the applied aspects of the profession.
Graduates of the Bachelor of Commerce – Accounting degree program could expect to find employment in public accounting firms, government offices, not-for-profit organizations, major corporations, small businesses, and financial institutions in positions such as accountant, budget analyst, taxation specialist, auditor, treasurer or as a self-employed professional.
Humber's Bachelor of Commerce – Accounting meets the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario (ICAO) course requirements and qualifies graduates to write the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) of Ontario entrance examination.