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Georgian College Diploma in Business - Accounting (Co-op) - BACT
Georgian College

Diploma in Business - Accounting (Co-op) - BACT

2 Years


Full time

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Aug 2024

CAD 9,251 / per semester *


* *international fall semester fee / international winter and summer semester fee: $8,186 | domestic fall semester fee: $2,429 / domestic winter and summer semester fee: $2,096


Train for a career in accounting, banking, or finance

Study where everyone knows your name! Gain experience during your co-op. Graduate job-ready. Apply your knowledge to any organization.

An accounting education helps you to understand “the numbers” which is critical to the success of every type of business. If you are a logical thinker and enjoy the challenge of unraveling the mystery of numbers then this program is for you. In this increasingly complex and competitive business environment, accounting skills are very much in demand.

The program provides a foundation in all of the functional business areas and a comprehensive education in specific accounting practices and theory. Through a strong focus on application both in the classroom and through co-op work terms, students develop the skills needed for success in the business world; analytical thinking, problem-solving, communication, and teamwork. Students graduate ready to enter the workforce and support the accounting activities of any organization.

Why study Business – Accounting (co-op) at Georgian?


Our students give rave reviews about their faculty who excel at finding interesting and meaningful ways to explain even the most complex accounting principles in a way that makes sense.


Georgian is a recognized leader in student work experience. You’ll get the hands-on experience you need to give you an advantage in the career marketplace.

Industry support

Honda of Canada Mfg.

Honda of Canada Mfg. (HCM) is one of the largest employers in Simcoe County, with 4,200 associates. Established in Alliston in 1986, it’s a premier manufacturing facility best known for producing the Honda Civic and CR-V.

Georgian’s $1.8-million multi-faceted partnership with HCM supports leading-edge equipment, innovative research and development, collaborative program support and newly established scholarships for Georgian students.

HCM is a proud employer of 250 Georgian alumni in diverse roles and provides valuable co-op work experiences to students each semester through its Technical Development Program (TDP). HCM also provides a suite of awards and scholarships to help students reach their goals, each valued up to $2,500.


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