As of the 2006–2007 academic year, those applicants applying to the CGA program holding an accounting diploma/degree with an average grade of 65 per cent will be granted a block transfer of all the appropriate CGA-related courses. The diploma/ degree must have been completed within the last five academic years. Post-secondary institutions that qualify for a block transfer are identified by a check mark on the block- transfer row of this Transfer Credit Guide.
Key to Transfer Credits
Most courses are available on a priority basis to students registered full-time in the institution. Students must meet entrance and prerequisite requirements for any intended course.
You must write the CGA course exam.
To qualify as transfer credit, taxation and auditing courses must have been completed within the current academic year or within the ve previous academic years.
Transfer credit will be accepted with passing grade from institution.
This Transfer Credit Guide is for general reference purposes and is in eect only for the academic year indicated. All actual transfer credits granted must be based on evaluation of the student’s transcripts. Due to changes that may occur throughout an academic year, indicated transfer credits are subject to change without notice. For the most current transfer credit information, please refer to the Association’s website at www.cga-bc.org and select Transfer Credits under Students.
If you do not see your post-secondary institution listed in this Transfer Credit Guide or if you attended a private post-secondary institution, please go to our website for a complete up-to-date list of all the post secondary institutions that we recognize and the transfer credits you are eligible for.