Your Account  

York University Schulich School of Business BBA Transfer Credit Policy


CGA Ontario Courses 

University Equivalent 

Financial Accounting Fundamentals (FA1) 

ACTG 2010
ACTG 2011 

Introduction to Financial Accounting 1
Introduction to Financial Accounting 2

Micro and Macro Economics (EM1) 

ECON 1000 or
INTL 1200
ECON 1010 or
INTL 1210

Introduction to Microeconomics or Microeconomics for Managers
Introduction to Macroeconomics or Macroeconomics for Managers

Business Law (LW1) 

MGMT 3100 

Business Administration and the Law 

Financial Accounting: Assets (FA2) 

ACTG 3110

Intermediate Financial Accounting 1 

Business Quantitative Analysis (QU1) 

MGMT 1050
OMIS 2010 

Statistics for Management Decisions 
Operations Management

Management Accounting Fundamentals (MA1) 

ACTG 3020  or 2020
ACTG 4400

Management Accounting Concepts

Managerial Cost Accounting and Analysis

Business Communication (CM1) 

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

Financial Accounting: Liabilities and Equities (FA3) 

ACTG 3120 

Intermediate Financial Accounting 2 

Corporate Finance Fundamentals (FN1) 

FINE 2000 

Introduction to Finance 

Managing Information Systems (MS1) 

OMIS 4710
OMIS 2000 

Information Systems 


Advanced Management Accounting (MA2) 

ACTG 4450 

Management Accounting & Control Systems 

Personal and Corporate Taxation (TX1) 

ACTG 4710
ACTG 4720 

Introduction To Income Taxation 
Advanced Income Taxation

External Auditing (AU1) 

ACTG 4600 

Auditing Standards & Applications 

Financial Accounting: Consolidations and Advanced Issues (FA4) 

ACTG 4160 

Advanced Financial Accounting 


*Advanced Corporate Finance (FN2) 

FINE 3100 

Financial Management 

*Advanced External Auditing (AU2)

ACTG 4610

Advanced Auditing

*Advanced Personal and Corporate Taxation (TX2) 

ACTG 4720 

Advanced Income Taxation 


Grade Required: 




*Challenge Examination
Note: To take Schulich courses you must be enrolled as an BBA Schulich student. These courses cannot be taken as a non-Schulich student.   

For further information, please contact Elizabeth Farrell by phone at (416) 736 5063 or by email at You may also call York University’s main switchboard at (416) 736-2100 or visit their web site

Transfer credit policies are subject to change without notice.   

2013/2014 - updated November 11, 2014.