Diploma in Intermediate Accounting (DIAc) Program Details

  • Start building your foundation in the field of Professional Accountancy

    The Diploma in Intermediate Accounting (DIAc) provides students with a core curriculum designed to thoroughly introduce them to financial and management accounting concepts including reporting, analysis, capital structure and financial planning. Topics incorporate key principles for management and ethical considerations in a wider global context, and prepare students to pursue their next steps in a professional accountancy career.

    It is required that students entering the Master of Accounting program with a non-CPA stream Business/Commerce undergraduate degree first complete the DIAc.

  • Professor Marcia Annisette, MAcc Program Director
    Professor Marcia Annisette, MAcc Program Director

Study Options

Available delivery options

  • Full-time 8 months

Location(s)

  • Keele Campus Toronto, Canada
Graduation Requirements
  • Curriculum Overview

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    Term 0

    • INTERMEDIATE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I
    • FINANCIAL REPORTING AND ANALYSIS
    • FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING FUNDAMENTALS 3.00
    • MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING FUNDAMENTALS

     

    Plus one of:

    • MANAGERIAL FINANCE
    • BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND THE LAW

    Term 1

    • INTERMEDIATE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II
    • ADVANCED MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
    • AUDITING STANDARDS & APPLICATIONS
    • INTRODUCTION TO INCOME TAXATION
    • ADVANCED INCOME TAXATION
    • MULTI-COMPETENCY CASE ANALYSIS FOR ACCOUNTANTS

     

    Upon successful completion of the DIAc (Terms 0 and 1) students are eligible to enter Term 2 of the Master of Accounting (MAcc).

    Continue to Term 2 of the Master of Accounting

  • Student Clubs

    Engage with your Graduate Business Council (GBC) to connect with fellow Schulich students developing expertise in accounting as well as a range of other specializations. Join social programs to enhance your academic and career development. Explore the Schulich Accounting Association, the student club bringing together master’s students pursuing accounting designations across Schulich graduate programs.