• Application Deadline: 
    March 1
  • Program Code: 
    410.B0
  • DEC in: 
    Accounting and Management Technology
  • Program Length: 
    3 years

Every organization and company needs the skills you will learn in the Accounting and Management Technology Program. At Dawson, you will enjoy classes taught by teachers with industry experience, and a community feeling fostered by shared classes and a designated computer lab. In your last semester, you will put all your learning together in a four-week internship experience, which you can do locally or in France. This program also offers a work-study option.

The knowledge and skills I acquired at Dawson will help me succeed in an accounting and finance-related career in any environment.
— Ning J.

What you will learn?

  • To perform accounting and financial analysis tasks and apply various business methods in public, private and non-profit organizations
  • To process and analyze financial and managerial accounting information
  • To conduct financial analysis of transactions and finance-related activities
  • To contribute to management decision-making
  • To manage inventory and the acquisition of goods and services
  • To use and adapt management methods and tools

Where will this program lead you?

A DEC in Accounting and Management Technology prepares graduates to work in jobs related to accounting, finance and management. Some graduates decide to pursue university studies in these fields.

Graduates who pursue higher learning at Concordia University’s John Molson School of Business can enjoy advanced standing credits where up to five courses may be exempted.

What else you should know?

  • The Accounting and Management Technology and Marketing and Management Technology (410-D0) Programs offer the same courses in the first year. If they wish, students can decide to transfer to the other program in the second year and still be on track to graduate in three years.
  • In the last semester, there is a four-week internship of on-the-job learning. This internship can be done locally or in France.
  • The ATE (Alternance travail-études) is a work-study option that allows students in the program to alternate between study terms and work terms in an integrated manner. The work-study terms take place in the summer following Term 2 and Term 4.
  • Classrooms are equipped with computers and software for courses
  • A student resource room (BASA room) is equipped with computers and a printer in a conference room setting
  • A closely-knit department provides strong support for our students

What do you need to get in?

  • A Diploma of Secondary Studies (DES) or academic background judged equivalent to the DES
  • Secondary IV Mathematics: Technical and Scientific or Science Option 564-406/426 or 565-406/426 or Secondary V Mathematics: Cultural, Social and Technical Option 563-504 or Mathematics 436

Application Deadline

March 1



Last Modified: October 8, 2020