School of Accountancy

SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTANCY

Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting ( B.C. )

Objective

The objective of this program is to enable you to review, integrate and deepen your skills in the areas of financial reporting, strategy and governance; Management accounting, auditing and certification; Finance and taxation. It allows you to satisfy in part the additional conditions of the Order of the CPA of Haiti being equivalent to the Program of professional formation of the Order.

In accordance with the Regulation respecting the other terms and conditions for issuing permits of the Haitian CPA Order, the general objectives are as follows:

-revising, integrating and deepening the technical and enabling skills required for the practice of the profession of certified professional accountant;

-develop critical, ethical and socially responsible thinking;

– master the accounting vocabulary in order to communicate effectively;

-improve the skills of team management and strategic leadership;

– carry out a synthesis and prepare the student for the final exam.

Specific objectives

-to master the various concepts and tools essential to the practice of the profession of certified professional accountant, particularly those associated with financial reporting, strategy and governance, management accounting, audit and certification, finance and taxation;

– Provide in-depth, relevant diagnostics for advanced accounting decision-making.

Ability

Ability to solve problems and achieve concrete results. Loving coordinating and supervising a team or project as well as making decisions. Good analytical skills. Be versatile, rigorous and have good adaptability. Good interpersonal skills, leadership and diplomacy. To be convincing. Easy to communicate in French and English. Be skilled with computer tools. Love the numbers. Take an interest in economics and politics.

Opportunity

Upon your arrival at the Faculty, you will be invited to participate in the many activities of the institution. You will be able to attend thematic conferences on the development of professional and personal skills given by experts and recognized business people, for example on the art of networking, business ethics, etiquette on social networks And teamwork.

UGOC also offers the opportunity to do a skills assessment and a personalized psychometric profile with a dynamic interpretation of the results by an accredited counselor.

Profession

Internal Auditor

External Auditor

Analyst

Controller

Accountant

Employers

Accountants

Government

Large companies

SMEs

Non-Profit Organizations

Autonomous work

Access to graduate studies

This bachelor’s degree leads to graduate studies, including several master’s degrees in business administration (MBA), master’s degrees in administration sciences and master’s degrees in administration

All requirements must be met when starting the program.

The applicant must meet the following conditions: Be 18 years of age or older. Have a high school diploma (Bac II) or equivalent. Having left school early.

An applicant who has a combination of education and relevant experience deemed equivalent to that required by the candidate may be eligible as a result of the file review. Since the program is restricted, the number of places is very limited.

Selection criteria The application is analyzed on the basis of the quality of the academic record.

Previous schooling

This program includes basic requirements in mathematics at the college level (differential calculus, linear algebra and vector geometry) to successfully complete the curriculum.

The candidate may benefit from a period of one session to acquire this knowledge. The MAT-1950 Mathematics for Business course, or equivalent, meets these requirements.

Preparatory education

Preparatory undergraduate education in accounting is required for the holder of a bachelor’s degree in an area other than accounting. It is the process of equivalence of diploma or training to obtain the equivalence of the diploma giving access to the permit of the Order, according to the Professional Code (Article 184).

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In undertaking its program, the student must acquire, from the first session, a portable computer with a number of software, allowing the applicant to undertake its current research. Mastering basic computer functions and standard software is essential. Introductory courses to specialized software are sold out program.

Knowledge of French

The student admitted to the EM must comply with the provisions relating to the application of the Policy on the use of French at the University G.O.C.

Non francophone candidate

The candidate whose language of instruction in primary and secondary education is not the French must demonstrate a minimum level of knowledge of the French language. His skills in written French will be assessed on arrival and, where applicable, a patch French courses could be added to its journey.

 

PROGRAM STRUCTURE

Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting ( B.C. )

*This page presents the official version of the program. The University G.O.C. reserves the right to change the content without notice.

The student who wishes to obtain the title of CPA auditor must take the courses CTB-6117 and CTB-6120.

CTB-6110 Advanced Financial Accounting 3

CTB-6111 Advanced Management Accounting 3

CTB-6113 Synthesis and Integration 6

CTB-6114 Preparation for joint final examination I 3

CTB-6115 Preparation for joint final examination II 3

CTB-6122 Preparation for joint final examination III 3

Rule 1 – 6 credits from:

CTB-6112 Performance Management 3

CTB-6116 Advanced Finance 3

CTB-6117 Advanced Audit 3

CTB-6120 Taxation for Professional Accountants 3

TRACKING PROGRAM – 

ACCOUNTANCY

CTB-6110 Advanced Financial Accounting 3

Description

This integration course complements the financial accounting training of future accountants. On a case-by-case basis, the student is required to assess financial reporting requirements and the information process to produce reliable financial information. This includes developing and evaluating appropriate accounting policies and procedures, interpreting financial information for different stakeholders, and analyzing and predicting the impact of strategic decisions on financial results. This course corresponds to module C1 of the CPA Canada Professional Education Program.

Cycle (s) of the course – Second cycle

CTB-6111 Advanced Management Accounting 3

Description

This course complements the training of future accountants in management accounting and covers the technical skills in the area of accounting management of the CPA Canada Competency Map. This training is done using short cases and integrating cases. It focuses on the following topics: budgets, strategic management of costs, management of production capacity or service delivery, pricing, performance evaluation and deployment of dashboards. This course corresponds to module C2 of the CPA Canada Professional Education Program.

Cycle (s) of the course – Second cycle

CTB-6113 Synthesis and Integration 6

Description

Through a team work on an integrating case to be presented to a board of directors, this course allows the future accountant to integrate the six areas of technical competence of the CPA competency grid. It also fosters the development of enabling skills, including professional and ethical behavior, communication and teamwork. The written report as well as the written and oral presentations allow the candidate to develop the technical skills and enabling skills acquired in previous courses.

Cycle (s) of the course – Second cycle

CTB-6114 Preparation for joint final examination I – 3

Description

This course prepares the student of the DESS in Accounting at the common final evaluation of CPA Haiti. The student works on complex cases that allow him to integrate acquired knowledge, in particular in governance, financial accounting and audit, and to develop the enabling skills to practice the profession of accountant in Haiti and in the world.

Cycle (s) of the course – Second cycle

CTB-6115 Preparation for joint final examination II 3

Description

This course prepares the student of the DESS in Accounting who wants to qualify as an auditor or as a controller to take the final CPA Canada final evaluation, offered in May and September of each year. Comprehensive and complex cases are used to promote the integration of the necessary technical skills, notably in management accounting, finance and taxation. Simulations of the common final evaluation are also organized, with correction and individual feedback.

Cycle (s) of the course – Second cycle

CTB-6122 Preparation for joint final examination III 3

Description

The Common Final Examination (SCF) asks the student to solve practical problems by placing them in unprecedented situations. This last EFC preparatory course allows him to adjust his strategic thinking, the organization and presentation of his technical skills and to refine the implementation of his enabling skills. This course also prepares the candidate for a full simulation of the SCF, which takes place over three evaluation days.

Cycle (s) of the course – Second cycle

Rule 1 - 6 credits from:

CTB-6112 Performance Management (3 credits)

Description

In this course, the candidate learns how to integrate management accounting into decision-making and strategy development through case studies rooted in a rich professional context. The topics covered are mainly: governance, environmental review and sector analysis, strategic management of costs and control, and risk management. The technical skills acquired are used as part of the controller functions. This course corresponds to module C4 of the vocational training program of CPA Haiti.

Cycle (s) of the course – Second cycle

CTB-6116 Advanced Finance (3 credits)

Description

In this course, the candidate acquires better knowledge in the areas of financial analysis and planning, treasury management, capital budgeting, tangible and intangible asset valuation, And enterprises. This course corresponds to the optional finance module of the vocational training program of CPA Haiti.

Cycle (s) of the course – Second cycle

CTB-6117 Advanced Audit (3 credits)

Description

This course allows the future accountant to acquire the necessary skills to carry out internal audit projects and external audit missions, assessing the need for the project or the mission in the development and Implementation of procedures, to the recording of results on file and to the preparation of reports. It is intended primarily for the future accountant who wishes to practice public accounting or become an internal auditor. This course corresponds to the optional audit module of the vocational training program of CPA Haiti.

Cycle (s) of the course – Second cycle

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CTB-6120 Taxation for Professional Accountants (3 credits)

Description

This course explores the tax rules relating to personal income tax, trusts and corporations. It enables students to develop their ability to make decisions in a context of case resolution in taxation and their ability to establish effective tax planning strategies. Various scenarios are presented, such as the acceptance of a contract abroad, retirement planning, the death of an individual, starting a business, transferring a company to its children, The sale of a business, the business combination, etc.

Cycle (s) of the course – Second cycle

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