- June 1 for September entry (Fall Term)
- October 1 for January entry (Winter Term)
- February 1 for May entry (Summer Term)
- Bachelor degree with minimum GPA 3.0/4.3
- For further details on applicants with a non-accounting or out-of-province or international degree, please refer to guidelines below, based on your situation.
- 14 prerequisite courses* with minimum grade B-
- A student whose primary language is not English must write a pre-admission proficiency test (TOEFL iBT minimum score 90 or IELTS minimum score 7.0) if not exempted as indicated below.
- Quebec applicants who have completed a Diploma of Collegial Studies (DEC) and a university degree in Quebec;
- A minimum of three full years of study either at the undergraduate or graduate level in an institution where the sole language of instruction is English.
*Applicants may repeat these courses in order to achieve the minimum B- grade, but candidates with the fewest number of repeated courses will have the strongest chance for admission. Please note that due to the competitive nature of this program, meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.
- ACCO 310: Financial Reporting I (must be completed after 2009)
- ACCO 320: Financial Reporting II (must be completed after 2009)
- ACCO 420: Financial Reporting III
- ACCO 425: Financial Reporting IV (starting Summer 2014)
- ACCO 410: Governmental & Not-for-Profit Accounting (completed Summer 2013 or previously)
- ACCO 470N: Special Topics in Accounting (completed Fall 2013 or Winter 2014)
- ACCO 330: Cost and Management Accounting
- ACCO 435: Integrative Management Accounting Cases
ACCO 430: Advanced Management Accounting (completed Summer 2013 or previously)
- ACCO 340: Income Taxation in Canada
- ACCO 440: Advanced Taxation
- ACCO 450: Assurance Services
- ACCO 465: Advanced Assurance Services
- COMM 308: Introduction to Finance
- COMM 226: Business Technology Management
COMM 301: Management Information Systems (completed Summer 2010 or previously)
- COMM 315: Business Law and Ethics
- COMM 401: Strategy and Competition
To apply for admission you will need to follow the steps in the guide for the online application process.
- You may save your application at any point, allowing you to partially complete the process (if necessary) and return to it later.
- Be sure to have a valid credit card ready (Visa, MasterCard or American Express) for the application fee and a valid email address for correspondence.
Provide your name, date of birth, first language, email address and other details. Please ensure that all information is accurate and coincides with all your official supporting documents. The email address you provide here will be the one we use to communicate with you throughout the admissions process.
In this section you also have the option of specifying if you wish to apply to one of Concordia’s specialized colleges, schools or institutes.
Application Fee: To finalize your application, you need to agree to our terms and conditions, and pay a non-refundable application fee ($100 CAD) by credit card or debit card. Please note: we accept the following credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and the following debit cards: Scotiabank, Bank of Montreal, Royal Bank or TD Canada Trust.
If you do not have access to a valid credit card, you may request a PDF of the application form by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that a PDF application takes longer to process.
Once you submit your online application, you will receive a confirmation email that prompts you to create a username and password for the MyConcordia Portal. This email will include an eight digit student ID number that you will use throughout your studies at Concordia.
If you did not receive a confirmation email, check your junk mail folder. If it’s not there either, call at 514-848-2424, extension 2668 and request that we mail you your student ID number. If you have any technical difficulties with your online application please contact the Instructional & Information Technology Services (IITS) Helpline.
You may check the status of your application or upload missing documents on the MyConcordia portal.
- Visit the MyConcordia portal
- Find the tab Application Center in the left-hand column. You can verify your status and see which documents the university has received.
Once you’ve received your letter of acceptance, you should visit our new student pages and prepare for your new career as a grad student!