Accounting Major

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What is Accounting?

Accounting is more than “number crunching.” In fact, nowadays, computers do most of the basic bookkeeping. Accountants are at the centre of the organization, influencing all of its decisions. So, in addition to being able to quickly analyze and interpret facts and figures, you have to have a high level of integrity, good problem-solving and critical-thinking skills, the ability to work with others at all levels of the organization, and strong communications skills.

Why complete an Accounting major?

Do you have an aptitude for numbers? A keen eye for details?

As an accounting professional, you can work in accounting firms or public/private organizations anywhere in the world. Accounting is a key function in every organization, whether profit or not-for-profit, multinational or local entrepreneurial start-up. Canadian companies employ more than 1,000,000 accountants/auditors, and demand continues to grow.


What courses will I take in an Accounting major?

Who will I be working with over the next several years?

Meet our Accounting Faculty

What can I do with an Accounting major?

Learn more about a career in Accounting

What programs offer an Accounting major?

When you apply to the U of L for admission, you apply to a program (degree or certificate) and a major. An Accounting major is available in the following programs:

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