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York University - Bachelor of Administrative Studies Transfer Credit Policy


CGA Ontario Courses 

University Equivalent 

Financial Accounting Fundamentals (FA1) 

ADMS 2500

Introduction to Financial Accounting

Micro and Macro Economics (EM1) 

ECON 1000
ECON 1010 

Introduction to Microeconomics
Introduction to Macroeconomics

Business Law (LW1) 

ADMS 2610
ADMS 3060

Elements of Law: Part One

Fundamentals of Canadian Business Law and Ethics 

Financial Accounting: Assets (FA2) 

ADMS 3585

Intermediate Financial Accounting 1 

Business Quantitative Analysis (QU1) 

ADMS 2320
ADMS 3330 

Quantitative Methods 1
Quantitative Methods 2

Management Accounting Fundamentals (MA1) 

ADMS 2510

Introduction to Management Accounting 

Business Communication (CM1) 

Two half-credit courses required. Any two of the following: business communications, effective writing or an English course such as AP/WRIT 1980, AP/WRIT 2000, AP/WRIT 3988 and AP/WRIT 3989.
Have completed a four year bachelor's degree from this institution.

Financial Accounting: Liabilities and Equities (FA3) 

ADMS 3595 

Intermediate Financial Accounting 2 

Corporate Finance Fundamentals (FN1) 

ADMS 3530 


Managing Information Systems (MS1) 

ADMS 2511 

Management Information Systems 


Advanced Management Accounting (MA2) 

ADMS 3510 

Management Cost Accounting and Analysis 

Personal and Corporate Taxation (TX1) 

ADMS 4561
ADMS 4562 

Taxation of Personal Income in Canada  
Corporate Taxation in Canada

External Auditing (AU1) 

ADMS 4551 

Auditing and Other Assurance Services

Financial Accounting: Consolidations and Advanced Issues (FA4) 

ADMS 4520 

Advanced Financial Accounting 1**


*Advanced Corporate Finance (FN2) 

ADMS 4540 

Financial Management 

*Advanced External Auditing (AU2)

ADMS 4553

Auditing: Advanced Topics

*Advanced Personal and Corporate Taxation (TX2) 

ADMS 4562 

Corporate Taxation in Canada


Grade Required: 




*Challenge Examination
**Note: ADMS 4530 is required for students who completed ADMS 4520 before May 2011.   

For further information, please contact Gary Spraakman by telephone at 416-736 2100, extension 22155 or by email at

Transfer credit policies are subject to change without notice.