The Accounting Diploma program at Create Career College (CCC) is designed to prepare students in the field of accounting, finance, and taxation. The structure of the program includes lectures, assignments, and projects. In addition, the Accounting Diploma program is carefully aligned with the requirements of Chartered Professional Accountant and Public Business Accountancy. Therefore, students are prepared for the preliminary courses.
Our experienced accounting instructors with CPA qualifications supervise students with their assignments and projects to offer a real-world perspective to the students.
Upon successful completion of the Accounting Diploma program at CCC, students are qualified for entry-level bookkeeping, payroll, and taxation positions.
Accounting Diploma Program Length
*Total Program Length: 52 Weeks (Each course will have 100 lecture hours.)
Academic Admission Requirement
Completion of an approved English test, successful assessment by Create Career College (CCC) , or completion of the CCC’s English for Academic Purposes (EAP) course.
TOEFL iBT a minimum score of 60 or IELTS academic a minimum score of 4.5
Successful completion of Grade 12 from a Canadian High School or equivalent
A score of 60% on the Create Career College English Placement Test
Completion of Create Career College’s English as Academic Purposes (EAP) EAP is a prerequisite language program designed for international students who want to enroll in academic or vocational courses at CCC or Lakeland College in Alberta
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