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CCMA 522 Managerial Accounting 2. (3 credits)
Hiver 2019, Automne 2019, Hiver 2020
Building on Managerial Accounting I, this course examines the processes used by management to make decisions relating to business operations; investments; financing (including income tax implications); bankruptcy; liquidation and receivership. Business and Securities Valuation Techniques and considerations; and operations management techniques and considerations are included.
CCMA 523 Managerial Accounting 3. (3 credits)
Printemps/Été 2019, Printemps/Été 2020
Core management control problems, the management control systems available to address those problems, and important situational factors that can cause managers to choose one set of management controls over another are examined. Coverage of management controls is extended to situations that deserve special attention.
CCOM 200 Introduction to Creative Writing. (3 credits)
Automne 2019
Production of original creative works. Study and application of writing techniques and craft elements observed in both traditional and contemporary forms, ranging from poetic forms such as the sonnet, the villanelle, and free verse, to short fiction forms such as the short story and the vignette, to hybrid forms such as prose poetry and flash fiction. Learning methods include mini-lectures on craft, analysis of literary texts, in-class writing exercises, writing workshop-style critique, multiple drafts, and audio feedback.
CCOM 205 Communication in Management 1. (3 credits)
Hiver 2021, Automne 2021, Automne 2019, Hiver 2020
Written and oral communication in Management (in English): emphasis on strategies for identifying, analyzing, and solving writing and speaking problems. Course work based on academic and professional communication in management.
CCOM 206 Communication in Engineering. (3 credits)
Hiver 2021, Printemps/Été 2021, Automne 2021
Written and oral communication in Engineering (in English): strategies for generating, developing, organizing, and presenting ideas in a technical setting; problem-solving; communicating to different audiences; editing and revising; and public speaking. Course work based on academic, technical, and professional writing in engineering.
CCOM 207 Communication in Public Relations. (3 credits)
Identifying, analyzing, and solving communication problems in a variety of public relations contexts. Emphasis on news releases, media kits, informational and promotional materials, and oral presentations.
CCOM 314 Communicating Science. (3 credits)
Hiver 2021, Printemps/Été 2021, Automne 2021
Production of written and oral assignments designed to communicate scientific problems and findings to varied audiences. Analysis of the disciplinary conventions of scientific discourse in terms of audience, purpose, organization, and style; comparative rhetorical analysis of academic and popular genres, including abstracts, lab reports, research papers, print and online journalism.
CCOM 315 Writing the Internet. (3 credits)
Hiver 2021, Printemps/Été 2021, Automne 2021
Critical assessment of digital genres in terms of audience, purpose, organization, and style; application of rhetorical strategies for effective communication in digital contexts. Topics and readings derived from writing pedagogy and critical analyses of online environments: technological affordances, non-linear structure, “living” texts, online identity, network dynamics, authorial collaboration.
CCPA 601 CPA Foundations 1. (6 credits)
Automne 2019
This course examines the application of technically complex financial accounting and reporting issues. It will also explore corporate governance, strategy and management accounting, with an emphasis on their integration. The course will foster integration between financial accounting and related audit notions in a case-based setting, while focusing on different roles a CPA may play in an organization, both internal and external.
CCPA 602 CPA Foundations 2. (6 credits)
Hiver 2019, Hiver 2020
This course develops upon the financial accounting and reporting, management accounting, and audit concepts explored in CCPA 601. Tax will be integrated into case scenarios to simulate the complete set of decision variables faced by a CPA. The course will explore how to perform cash flow projections and business valuations. Emphasis will be placed on using these analyses to provide advice to management.
CCPA 621 Taxation. (3 credits)
Automne 2019
This course will focus on providing tax planning and compliance advice for Canadian corporations, trusts individuals and partnerships. This course will integrate tax planning with financial reporting, governance and finance issues.
CCPA 622 Performance Management. (3 credits)
Automne 2019
This course will explore how to articulate an effective business strategy and policies for corporate governance. The course will also explore how to manage and mitigate risk while assessing overall business performance.
CCPA 623 Assurance (3 credits)
Automne 2019
This course will focus on the different elements of an audit plan and how to tailor that plan to different business settings (private companies, public enterprises and NPOs). The course will also explore how to develop procedures, evaluate the effectiveness of internal controls and conclude on audit results.
CCPA 624 Finance for CPAs. (3 credits)
Automne 2019
This course will examine how to evaluate and recommend investment and financing projects. Advanced topics in corporate finance will be explored, with a focus on decision-making. This course will stress the integration of finance-related decisions with strategy and governance.
CCPA 631 Case-Writing and Communications for CPAs. (3 credits)
Hiver 2019, Hiver 2020
This course focuses on developing a structured case writing approach and effective presentation skills. Students will practice case-writing which will be professionally graded and debriefed in class. Students will also learn techniques on how to prepare and deliver board-level presentations.
CCPA 641 Capstone 1 Seminar. (3 credits)
Printemps/Été 2020
This course will provide an introduction to comprehensive case analysis. Teamwork will be used as a means to integrate the enabling competencies and the six technical competency areas required of a CPA to develop a presentation and report aimed at a Board of Directors. Emphasis will be placed on developing case responses using the CPA Way.
CCPA 642 Capstone 2 Examination Preparation.
Printemps/Été 2020
This course will explore communication using the case method. Emphasis will be placed on case writing best practices, mastery of technical material and application of enabling competencies acquired during the program.
CCS2 505 Programming for Data Science. (3 credits)
Tools and techniques for designing and implementing software applications by using modern programming languages relevant to data science.
CCS2 508 Web Application Development. (3 credits)
Use of web application frameworks to improve both productivity and time to market. Primary technology and fundamental architectural elements of programming web sites that produce content dynamically. Client-side and server-side application development, databases within web applications, and open source software stack for web applications.
CCS2 510 Computer Network and Internet Security. (3 credits)
In-class, Part-time
Basic principles, design and performance of computer networks. Theory and technology, including network security models, cryptography protocols and standards, network security threats and types of attacks, security counter-measure strategies and tools, firewalls, access control and platform-specific security issues.


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