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Accounting bachelor of commerce in University of alberta

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Accounting is the practice of gathering, analyzing, and communicating financial information, and is a crucial aspect of every business and organization. Anyone who wants to be successful in business must have a strong understanding of the numbers, so whether you are interested in accounting specifically, or financial management in general, you should consider the Accounting major. To pursue a career in accounting, you can follow your BCom degree with a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) certification.

Official copy of high school certificate/diploma, transcripts of grades. English Language Proficiency: TOEFL iBT: 90 OR IELTS (Academic): 6.5 OR CAEL (paper) / CAEL CE (computer): 70 OR CanTEST: 4.5 OR CAE: 180 OR CPE: 180 OR MELAB: 85 OR PTE (Academic): 59. Spoken English Proficiency: TOEFL: 26 OR IELTS (Academic); 7.5 OR SPEAK Test: 50 OR Six full-time years of education in English in Canada or the equivalent in another country where English is the principal language (excluding ESL): If secondary education is the highest level completed or if combination of secondary and post-secondary education is used; Alberta Grade 12 (or equivalent).

Accountant, Accounting Manager, Articling Student, Auditor, Business Analyst, Financial Analyst, Human Resources Professional, Internal Audit Analyst, International Trade Specialist, Junior Accountant, Marketing Manager, Operations Manager, Project Manager, Public Accountant, Staff Accountant, Staff Auditor.

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