Program Title: Business – Accounting
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Program codes are for September intakes except those that are indicated differently.
NORT-B006 (PC) Timmins Campus
NORT-B104 (KL) Kirkland Lake Campus
NORT-B207 (CK) Contact North Kirkland Lake Campus
NORT-B095 (HL) Haileybury Campus
B006W (PC) Timmins Campus
B207W (CK) Contact North Kirkland Lake Campus
B095W (HL) Haileybury Campus
B104W (KL) Kirkland Lake Campus
The Business – Accounting option will give students the skills to handle a variety of accounting situations. As part of a management team, graduates will help gather, organize and analyze financial data, administer accounting systems, and advise on accounting problems. Courses in the first two semesters will introduce students to accounting principles.
They will also take courses in marketing, human resources management, math, and business to provide themselves with a solid foundation for their chosen career. During the third and fourth semesters, new subjects are added and earlier subjects are expanded upon. Students will also practice accounting procedures using both manual and computerized accounting software programs. The Canadian Payroll Association and the Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping recognize these Northern College courses.
Graduates will find employment in business and industry, accounting firms, non-profit organizations or government agencies often at rewarding levels of responsibility.
Rose-Marie Deacon, Program Coordinator
Tel: 705-235-3211 ext. 2243
Haileybury Campus, Kirkland Lake Campus, and Contact North
Roseanne Clyburn, Program Coordinator
Tel: 705-567-9291 Option 1 ext. 3736
Distance Learning Officer
Tel: 705-567-9291 ext.3673