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|A600||Financial Accounting and Reporting||Accounting|
|A650||Accounting for Decision Makers||Accounting|
|A701||Intermediate Financial Accounting I||Accounting|
|A702||Intermediate Financial Accounting II||Accounting|
|A703||Advanced Financial Accounting||Accounting|
|A717||Seminar in Accounting Theory||Accounting|
|A721||Management Accounting Information for Strategic Development||Accounting|
|A722||Market Trading and Risk Management||Accounting|
|A723||Accounting Information Systems||Accounting|
|A727||Financial Fraud And Market Surveillance||Accounting|
|A730||Canadian Taxation I||Accounting|
|A732||Canadian Income Tax Fundamentals||Accounting|
|A733||Canadian Taxation II||Accounting|
|A740||Strategic Management Accounting||Accounting|
|A742||Market Trading and Risk Management : Futures and Forwards||Accounting|
|A750||Financial Statement Analysis||Accounting|