Take advantage of our accredited programs.
Students who graduate from a CGA Ontario accredited program at a post secondary institution are eligible to enrol in the certification courses of the CGA program of professional studies. This means that a student has one year or less of part-time studies in order to complete the education requirement of the CGA program. Please visit the Accredited Programs page at cga-ontario.org/accredited for the list of accredited programs.
How to Obtain Your Equivalencies
To obtain credit for equivalency courses taken, individuals will be required to submit their application CGA Ontario at:
Certified General Accountants of Ontario
240 Eglinton Avenue East
Toronto, ON M4P 1K8
You may also read about the CGA Niagara College Transfer Credit Policy.
- A grade of 70% is required in the equivalent courses in order to obtain an exemption from CGA.
- To be awarded the CGA designation, potential CGA candidates must hold a University degree and have a minimum of 3 years of accounting and finance related experience.
- This is not a comprehensive CGA course equivalency list. For a complete list or for more information on CGA equivalencies, call 1-800-242-9131 or visit www.cga-ontario.org.
- Individuals who were not able to take ACCT1101, ACCT1202 and ACCT1302 will be required to take ACCT1130 and ACCT1230 to meet the CGA Financial Accounting Fundamental requirement.
How to Register
Students do not apply to our part-time equivalency programs. Instead, enrol in and successfully complete each course listed in the Program Delivery section. Once you have successfully completed all of the required courses, you may follow the directions of the professional association to obtain your equivalencies.