Take the next step in improving your accounting career and skills through SAIT’s Accounting Certificate of Achievement Accelerated Program. Whether you are just starting out in an accounting related job, or are looking to advance professionally, we can help boost your career through this high quality, foundational program.
As a SAIT student, you will gain a better understanding of business and bookkeeping through our in-depth program. In addition to accounting courses, we help ensure your career success through training in effective business communications and marketing, business computers and economics, among others.
New for part-time students: You are strongly encouraged to bring a laptop to all evening and weekend on-campus classes. This will enable you to better apply your learning and practice your skills through classroom activities and examples, and make effective use of time allocated to working on group or individual assessments. Visit the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) page for standard laptop requirements, and contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Careers: Accounting Clerk | Bookkeeper | Customer Service Representative | Payroll Clerk
There are no entrance requirements for this program.
Ten courses are required to complete this program.
|COURSE CODE||COURSE NAME||OFFERED|
|ACCT-215||Introductory Financial Accounting I||Classroom or Online|
|ACCT-255||Introductory Financial Accounting II||Classroom or Online|
|BCMP-225||Business Productivity Tools and Technology||Classroom or Online|
|BMAT-230||Business Mathematics||Classroom or Online|
|BLAW-300||Business Law||Classroom or Online|
|COMN-220||Communication and Presenation Skills||Classroom, Online, Blended|
|ECON-250||Microeconomics||Classroom or Online|
|ECON-305||Macroeconomics||Classroom or Online|
|MNGT-250||Organizational Behaviour||Classroom or Online|
|MKTG-260||Marketing Essentials||Classroom or Online|
You have up to five years to complete all certificate courses. You must meet the graduation requirements as they exist at the time you register for your first course (see AC.3.1.1 Grading and Progression).
School of Business