This twelve month intensive program leads to an Attestation of Collegial Studies (ACS) and includes a three week internship in a company.
Students will learn to assume responsibilities in accounting, finance and management, using software applications suitable for small, medium and large companies, as well as in public or parapublic organizations. The training provided will enable graduates to undertake these functions and be able to confront the technological changes and new developments in todayâ€™s workplace. The students' versatility will be further enhanced by acquiring skills that will be transferable to related specializations.
After completing the program, students will be able to access, with confidence, a range of positions in accounting (accounts receivable, accounts payable, bookkeeping, payroll) or in management, either in a manual or a computerized environment.
A wide range of career opportunities await graduates of the Computerized Financial Accounting program:
Oâ€™Sullivan graduates have the necessary skills to work in companies