Accountants are organizational leaders who provide key counsel, in addition to ensuring financial information accurately reflects an organization’s financial position.
Within Sprott’s BCom program, you can complete all of the required academic courses for entry into the CPA Professional Education Program (PEP). Co-op hours in approved placements can be counted toward the practical experience requirements to become a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA).
Sprott BCom Accounting grads are eligible to apply to our CPA-Accredited Master of Accounting (MAcc) program. MAcc graduates are exempt from the CPA PEP and can proceed directly to the CPA Common Final Exam, one of the last steps toward achieving the CPA designation.
- Enterprise Risk Advisory
- Financial and Management Accounting
- Corporate and Personal Taxation
Where Recent Sprott Alumni Are Working
- Risk Advisory Services
Ernst & Young (Ottawa)
- Accounting Analyst
Snapchat (San Francisco)
- Audit Manager
Deloitte Canada (Toronto)
- Staff Accountant
- Senior Financial Analyst
Parliament of Canada (Ottawa)
Enhance your degree and your resumé by adding co-operative education to your degree.
At Sprott, career development starts in first year and continues throughout your time here. Our size enables us to provide students with greater opportunities for individualized support and access to employers.
Sprott students have many opportunities to gain international experiences, including study abroad, international case competitions and leadership programs
Sprott is home to a tightknit student community and offers exceptional opportunities to expand your networks and your resumé.
Sprott is known for providing outstanding student support. Our size enables students to have more access to employer events and career services.
Visit the Admissions website for admission requirements to the Bachelor of Commerce and how to apply.