BUSINESS PROGRAMS: MacMillian Institute of Applied Health Sciences offers Business workplace programs in technological, economic and organizational Learning opportunities in this area of interest, get prepared and stay prepared for a career in one of a wide range of fields, including accounting and payroll, administration and management, financial planning, human resources, law, marketing and social media, and teaching and training. Many of the offered courses can be applied toward professional designations awarded by industry leaders you’ll find courses to improve skills in team building, investing and entrepreneurship as well as such computer programs as QuickBooks, Sage 50 and Microsoft Office Suite. The financial world requires analytical, flexible and motivated accountants. Our Accounting Certificate helps you find your place in the industry by providing you with the basic skills you need to start an accounting career. Completion Details: A student must achieve a cumulative grade average of C (63%) or better to be eligible to request the certificate upon completion.
ACCOUNTING PROGRAM 1: (86 HRS) introduces you to both the theory and practical components of financial accounting. Users of accounting information – both internal and external – rely on financial statements to make decisions. Learn to use a simple accounting system to prepare, analyze and interpret a basic set of statements. Understand how to journal and post transactions, to prepare a trial balance and financial statement, to estimate and measure the value of inventory, to control and account for cash and to prepare a basic bank reconciliation. This course is equivalent to Bookkeeping I course offered by the Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping (CIB) and the Introduction to Accounting course offered by the Canadian Payroll Association (CPA). basic tax issues, personal income tax procedures, small business taxation planning, capital gains, capital cost allowance, appeals and penalties through our Taxation I course. This course is equivalent to the CIB 332 (Income Tax) course offered by the Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping (CIB). Prerequisite(s) must have completed our Accounting 1 course or an approved equivalent.
ACCOUNTING PROGRAM 11: (86 HRS)study the problems related to sources and uses of investment capital, financial reporting, cost accumulation, cost control and financial planning.This course is equivalent to the (Bookkeeping II) course offered by the Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping (CIB).Prerequisite(s)You must have completed our Accounting I course or an approved equivalent.Financial Accounting I : course. Learn the preparation of financial statements and valuation of current assets, liabilities and operational assets. Prerequisite(s):You must have completed our Accounting 11 course or an approved equivalent.Accounting I course is for those currently employed in bookkeeping who wish to study cost accounting. Learn about materials, labour, overhead, cost accounting techniques, and other basic concepts of cost accounting.
MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING PROGRAM: This course is equivalent to the Cost Management course offered by the Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping (CIB) and (when paired with our Accounting 11 course) the Managerial Accounting course offered by the Canadian Payroll Association (CPA).
You must have completed our course and our Accounting 1 and Accounting 11 course or approved equivalents.
FINANCE I ( 90 HRS): Provides basics of financial management with a focus on the major decisions made by financial executives. Explore the financial environment, cash-flow estimation, leverage, working-capital management, strategic decisions in capital budgeting, cost of capital and financial planning.
Prerequisite(s): must have completed our Financial 111 course or an approved equivalent.
FINANCE II : Basics of financial management with a focus on the capital budgeting process, including long-term financing and risk assessment. Examine the features of long-term financing, retained earnings and dividend policies, and discuss the capital market and the role of the investment dealer.
Prerequisite(s): completed our Corporate Finance 11 course or an approved equivalent.
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II: bonds, long-term liabilities and investments, income tax, the formation and capital structure of limited companies, pension and lease costs, financial statements and accounting for inflation.Prerequisite(s): must have completed our Financial Accounting 1 course or an approved equivalent.
FINANCIAL ROGRAM III : Additional accounting concepts through our Financial Accounting III course, including corporate income tax, pensions, leases and temporary and long-term investments.
Prerequisite(s): You must have completed Financial 11 course or an approved equivalent.
QUICK PROGRAM: Acquire the fundamentals of small business accounting using QuickBooks Pro. Learn how to record transactions, fix errors, customize forms and generate and print forms and reports. Develop the skills needed to perform advanced software functions and tasks.This course is equivalent to the CIB 223 (Computerized Bookkeeping II) course offered by the Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping (CIB).
Prerequisite(s):You must have accounting and bookkeeping knowledge.
SAGE 50 ACCOUNTING PROGRAM: (40 HRS) introduces Accounting for Windows, a fully integrated accounting software for small businesses. Learn to create business accounting systems that analyze and process regular business transactions. Develop the skills needed to both process daily transactions and complete period-end adjustments and financial statements.
Note(s)This course is equivalent to Computerized Bookkeeping I course offered by the Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping (CIB).
Prerequisite(s)You must have bookkeeping or accounting knowledge.
BUSINESS PROGRAM 1 : (46 HRS) teaches you the fundamentals of Canadian business law and is especially helpful for those seeking a professional designation. You must have completed grade 12 English
Diploma : Four-semester Business diploma prepares students to carry out a variety of business functions within local, national and global settings. Graduates will have demonstrated a practical understanding of key principles and practices necessary for success in the field of business.
Students who graduate from this program are prepared to work in diverse team settings and contribute to projects with practical presentation and research skills. They can use their functional knowledge in many areas of an organization to achieve strategies within cross-functional teams.
This learning experience will enable you to:
Use current concepts/systems and technologies to support an organization’s business initiatives
Perform work in compliance with relevant statutes, regulations and business practices
Develop strategies for ongoing personal and professional development to enhance work performance in the business field
Apply principles of corporate sustainability, corporate social responsibility and ethics to support an organization’s business initiatives.