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A Career in Accounting

Accredited by Chartered Professional Accountants (CPA) Ontario, our Accounting program offers an experiential learning curriculum that provides students with the in-demand and career-ready skills to succeed in the job market upon graduation. 

You may choose to immediately pursue a career across a wide range of industries, or you may choose to pursue your CPA Designation by taking the Professional Master's Diploma in Accounting (opens in new window) . Careers in accounting include roles such as Chief Financial Officer, Accountant, Securities Trader and Portfolio Analyst.

Curriculum link

For a sampling of the courses offered in the Accounting program, please visit the undergraduate calendar (opens in new window) .

Why should you study accounting at TRSM? Here are the top 5 reasons.

Co-op Education

Real-world experience is a key to standing out in a competitive job market. Gain career-related, real-world work experience in a wide variety of sectors through our co-operative education program. With full-time staff dedicated to Accounting and Finance Co-op students, you will receive personalized individual support throughout your studies to help you make the most of your experience.

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After Graduation

Our Accounting program provides graduates with the necessary skills and knowledge to immediately begin a professional accounting career or to continue on to the CPA designation by taking Professional Master's Diploma in Accounting.

Our Accounting program will prepare you for a career in all sectors and industries and at some of the world's leading business organizations, including:

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Current Students

Student Groups

Make lifelong professional and personal connections by joining a student group.

Gain experience and skills through exciting networking events, case competitions, and innovative experiential learning challenges.

There are over 30 student groups alone under the Ted Rogers Students' Society and almost 100 university-wide.

Program-Specific Groups