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Algoma University Transfer Credit Policy


CGA Ontario Courses 

University Equivalent 

Financial Accounting Fundamentals (FA1) 

ADMN 1126
ADMN 1127 

Introductory Financial Accounting I 
Introductory Financial Accounting II

Micro and Macro Economics (EM1) 

ECON 1006
ECON 1007 

Introduction to Microeconomics 
Introduction to Macroeconomics

Business Law (LW1) 

JURI 2306 

Commercial Law or ADMN 2306 or ADMN 1306

Financial Accounting: Assets (FA2) 

ADMN 2106 

Intermediate Accounting 1

Business Quantitative Analysis (QU1) 

ADMN 2506
ADMN 2607

Business Statistics  

Introduction to Management Science

Management Accounting Fundamentals (MA1) 

ADMN 3106
ADMN 3107

Management Accounting and Control I
Management Accounting and Control II

Business Communication (CM1) 

Two half-credit courses required. Any two of the following: business communications, effective writing or an English course such as ENGL 1561 or ENGL 1506.  
Have completed a four year bachelor's degree from this institution.

Financial Accounting: Liabilities and Equities (FA3) 

ADMN 2107 

Intermediate Accounting II 

Corporate Finance Fundamentals (FN1) 

ADMN 3116
ADMN 3117 

Finance I
Finance II

Managing Information Systems (MS1) 

COSC 1702 

Computer Applications 2


Advanced Management Accounting (MA2) 

ADMN 4866 

Advanced Cost Accounting Topics

Personal and Corporate Taxation (TX1) 

ADMN 4816
ADMN 4817 

Personal Taxation 
Corporate Taxation

External Auditing (AU1) 

ADMN 4827 

External Auditing 

Financial Accounting: Consolidations and Advanced Issues (FA4) 

ADMN 4836
ADMN 4837 

Advanced Financial Accounting I
Advanced Financial Accounting II  


*Advanced Personal and Corporate Taxation (TX2) 

ADMN 4817 

Corporate Taxation 

*Advanced External Auditing (AU2)

ADMN 4176
ADMN 4177

EDP Auditing
External Auditing 2

*Information Systems Strategy (MS2)

ADMN 4856

Information Systems


A grade of “65%” is required in each of the equivalent courses in order to obtain a transfer credit. 

*Challenge Examination

For more information, please contact, Dave Galotta, Associate Professor, Department of Business & Economics by phone at (705) 949-2301, ext 4318.

Transfer credit policies are subject to change without notice.