The accounting concentration in King's B.Com. program prepares students to apply accounting principles and best practices to find solutions to problems facing business in a fast-paced, ever-changing world. Topics such as ensuring a balanced budget, tracking capital assets and liabilities, and understanding Canadian tax systems are just some of the important skills taught. 

In addition to being the perfect program for students looking to obtain their Chartered Professional Accountant designation, the accounting concentration is a great fit for students looking to integrate faith into their pursuit of careers related to finances, auditing, money management, and more. King's Accounting Concentration is accredited by CPA Alberta and successful completion of the required courses with minimum GPA requirements qualifies students for entry into the CPA Professional Education Program (CPA PEP).

Course Selection

In addition to the required general courses for a B.Com., students specializing in Accounting must take the following:

Accounting Concentration Highlights

  • Gain exposure to the world of accounting through courses in financial and managerial accounting, commercial law, tax principles, finance, and more
  • Develop big picture, long-term perspectives informed by careful critique and analysis
  • Discover how to apply knowledge of accounting and finance to help non-profits and Christian organizations thrive in environments of scarcity
  • Cultivate an attention to detail and a keen eye for accuracy and precision