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Programs and Courses

Accounting, Finance, and Insurance

Given the rising COVID-19 case numbers in many regions and countries, we will maintain the status quo delivery model for the Winter 2021 term. This means that the majority of our programs and courses will be offered fully remotely, while those that require on-campus learning will be offered in a blended delivery mode.

A career in accounting, finance, or insurance will provide you with challenging and rewarding work. You will ensure that companies and individuals are financially secure by balancing the books, complying with tax laws, and managing wealth through investments.

Many graduates further advance their career by pursuing a designation such as: the Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), Certified Financial Planner (CFP), Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), or Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP).

Full-time Programs

Bachelor Degree | Accounting
Diploma | Accounting
Diploma | Finance
Diploma | Financial Planning
Diploma | General Insurance and Risk Management

Part-time & Professional Programs

Advanced Diploma | Professional Accounting
Diploma | Accounting
Diploma | Finance
Diploma | Financial Planning
Advanced Certificate | Financial Analyst
Certificate | Finance
Certificate | Professional Accounting
Associate Certificate | Computerized Accounting
Associate Certificate | Financial Planning

Part-time Courses

BCIT part-time courses are taught in our Downtown Vancouver Campus (DTC), Burnaby Campus (BBY), and Online. The following grids display which courses are available at each campus and the semester they are taught. Please be aware that course cost, availability, and location are subject to change.

(F) Fall term is between September to December
(W) Winter term is between January to April
(S) Spring/Summer term is between April to August

English Requirements:

Two years of education in English in an English-speaking country with one of the following:

  • BC English 12 (67%) or
  • 3.0 credits of post-secondary English, humanities or social sciences (67%) from a recognized institution