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Whether you’re pursuing a professional credential such as the Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) or you simply want to read accounting and financial statements, accounting courses will give you the knowledge and skills you need to determine how well a company is truly performing — and how it can do better.
Top-rated accounting courses push learners beyond basic principles into areas related to financial management, including capital budgeting, Canadian and international tax law, auditing, and management control systems, to name a few. For managers and business owners not interested in an accounting career, specialized part-time courses are available that focus on helping companies meet immediate business needs.
Graduates with accounting degrees earned an average of $70,000 to $80,000 annually in 2019, with 11 per cent job growth expected by the year 2024. Those who obtained a CPA license had a median salary of $73,800 and top salaries of more than $124,000, according to the BISK CPA Review.