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September 22-24, 2017
10 am to 5 pm daily
Metro Toronto Convention Centre
Academic Integrity is the a foundation of your integrity as a professional.
Integrity is something that is built in each situation you are in. The environment you are working in will indicate what the pitfalls are to acting with integrity on all occasions.
This "Experience Matters" required event will talk with you about what the University sees as acting with integrity in class, in exams, in your Crews, and in the assessments or papers that you hand in.
Know what it means to be operating with academic integrity.
This session is for Year 1 AFM students and will discuss such topics as how to meeet the requirements of the AFM program, how to handle exams, and what to do if you are sick during the exam season.
We will cover how to pick an elective for the winter term.
This is a good time to have your questions answered about degree requirements and mark expectations.
This session will take place directly after the Academic Integrity Session which is held in the same room from 7:00 - 7:50 p.m.
This is an "Experience Matters" required event.
Working in their Crews, host Eagle's Flight will guide year 1 students in AFM, Math/CPA, and Science BioTech/CPA through an experiential learning exercise that will require team and individual skills for decision making, prioritizing, and strategizing.
Dinner will be served at St. George Banquet Hall, and buses to take students from Hagey Hall to St. George Banquet Hall will arrive at 4:30 p.m. and return students to campus at about 9:30 p.m.
St. George Banquet Hall - 665 King St. N., Waterloo, ON
The Launch Your Career event (LYC) is hosted by the Experiential Learning and Career Development team, and it will be your first of many professional events as a School of Accounting and Finance student.
This event is designed to:
Who should attend?
DECA Regional Competition winners. A maximum of 200 students who have competed in one of the following categories:
- BFS - Business Finance Series
- ACT - Accounting Applications
- FTDM - Financial Services
- FCE - Financial Consulting Event
- PFL - Personal Financial Literacy
Why should you attend?
By attending this conference, DECA delegates will be able to: