Ted Rogers School of Business Management
2011-2012 Transfer Credit Policy
CGA Ontario Courses University Equivalents
Financial Accounting Fundamentals (FA1) ACC 110 Financial Accounting
Micro and Macro Economics (EM1) ECN 104 Microeconomics
ECN 204 Macroeconomics
Business Law (LW1) LAW 603 Advanced Business Law or
LAW 722 Law and Canadian Business
Financial Accounting: Assets (FA2) ACC 414 Intermediate Accounting 1
Business Quantitative Analysis (QU1) QMS 102 Business Statistics 1
QMS 202 Business Statistics 2
Management Accounting. Fundamentals (MA1) ACC 410 Management Accounting
ACC 801 Managerial Accounting 2
Business Communication (CM1) Two half-credit courses required. Any two of the following: business
communications, effective writing or an English course such as CMN 313 or
Financial Accounting.: Liabilities and Equities (FA3) ACC 514 Intermediate Accounting 2
Corporate Finance Fundamentals (FN1) FIN 300 Managerial Finance 1
FIN 401 Managerial Finance 2
Managing Information Systems (MS1) ITM 102 Business Information Systems 1
ITM 696 Accounting Information Systems
Accounting Business Case (BC1) To be eligible for a transfer credit in BC1, you must obtain transfer credits in
FA1, FA2, FA3, CM1, MA1, MS1, FN1 and have a business degree or diploma.
All requirements must be completed prior to enrolment in the CGA program.
Advanced Management Accounting (MA2) ACC 801 Intermediate Cost and Management Accounting 2
ACC 803 Advanced Management Accounting
Personal and Corporate Taxation (TX1) ACC 742 Canadian Business Taxation I
ACC 842 Canadian Business Taxation 2
External Auditing (AU1) ACC 521 Auditing
ITM 595 Auditing of Information Systems
Accounting Theory and Contemporary Issues (AT1) ACC 706 Accounting Theory
Financial Accounting: Consolidations and Advanced Issues (FA4) ACC 504 Accounting Cases and Concepts
ACC 703 Advanced Financial Accounting
*Advanced External Auditing (AU2) ACC 821 Advanced Auditing
*Advanced Personal & Corporate Taxation (TX2) ACC 842 Canadian Business Taxation 2
A grade of “C+” is required in each of the equivalent courses in order to obtain a transfer credit.
Ryerson Special Students: Students must apply through the Ryerson Office of Admissions/Liaison for Special Student Status and be granted such status before being
eligible to enrol in these courses. Preference will be given to students who hold a university degree with some business background. The restrictions placed on Special
Students are due to limited space and extremely high demand for courses from Ryerson Degree students, who are given priority in loading.
For more information, please visit http://www.ryerson.ca/tedrogersschool/bm/prospective/ and then go to Special Business Student Status.
Transfer credit policies are subject to change without notice.
Updated as of July 2011.