This unique fast-track Business Administration - Accounting program is designed specifically for applicants, both foreign and domestic, with existing academic credentials. You should consider this business program if you want maximum recognition for the studies you have already completed, and a pathway to a rewarding career in accounting.
Successful applicants gain direct admission into the fourth semester of Centennial College's three-year (six-semester) Business Administration - Accounting program, if they have already completed a post-secondary education. By receiving a block transfer credit for three semesters of the program, these students bypass introductory courses, leaving only three semesters of study before graduation.
This fast-track program not only provides you with the full value for previous studies, but it also eliminates the administrative activities related to individual transfer credits.
Through a very concentrated accounting program curriculum, you acquire a sound knowledge of:
Managerial and financial accounting
The Insurance Management program is a two-semester Ontario Graduate Certificate program focused on training college or university graduates in claims investigations and adjusting, underwriting and brokering relationships within the Property and Casualty Insurance sector. This program offered by The Business School provides students with a strong educational base in various aspects of insurance and prepares graduates to function effectively in the insurance industry, leading to supervisory, management or specialists positions in business, government and service organizations. Students will be able to explain how the business of insurance works, as well as define and explain the importance of property and liability insurance. Upon graduation, learners will have acquired sufficient competency to be considered for employment in the Property and Casualty insurance sectors.
The Centennial College Insurance Management Graduate Certificate provides a pathway to the Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) designation by including seven of the 10 insurance industry-specific courses (the maximum allowed by the IIC). The remaining three courses can be taken through the IIC.