Accounting and Financial Management (AFM) degree requirements

As an AFM student, in your first-year, you'll complete 2 study terms, taking 5 courses each term. Your required courses for Year 1 will be scheduled for you. Prior to beginning your studies in September, admitted Year 1 students can view their class schedules on QUEST at the end of July.

AFM students have a total of 13 electives throughout your 4 years of the undergraduate program. Most of these electives are available in Years 3 and 4, after you've built a foundation in accounting, finance, and business and explored 2 co-op work terms. Your in and out of classroom experiences in Years 1 and 2 will guide you in customizing your 3rd and 4th years to create your own unique career pathway.

With your 13 electives, choose one (or more) Career Interest Specializations and work toward certificates, a minor, or take general interest courses. 

View the Academic Calendar Degree Requirements for AFM students. 

First-year course schedule
Fall (1A) Term Winter (1B) term
Accounting and Financial Management (AFM) 191 - Foundations for Financial Reporting AFM 182 – Foundations for Management Accounting
AFM 132 - Introduction to Business Stages AFM 121 – Introduction to Global Financial Markets
AFM 111 - Professional Pathways & Problem-Solving AFM 113 - Analytic Methods for Business 2
AFM 112 - Analytic Methods for Business 1 Communication Studies (COMMST) 111 – Leadership, Communication and Collaboration
Economics (ECON) 101 - Introduction to Microeconomics

BET 100 - Foundations of Entrepreneurial Practice


  • You will automatically be enrolled in your 10 required first year courses as listed above
  • AFM 111, AFM 112, AFM 132, AFM 191, and ECON 101 must be completed in your 1A term

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