Credit Transfer Involving Other Agencies and Organizations, 2006-2007

The following tables provide information on the exemption policies and/or credit transfer arrangements extended to
provincial public post-secondary institutions by other agencies and organizations.

Department of Education, Institutional and Industrial Education Division, Industrial Training Section

Department of Education’s Industrial Training Section is responsible for the registration of Apprentices in
Newfoundland and Labrador. Course credits will be awarded to Apprentices registered in a program offering of a
recognized training institution. For more information on Apprenticeship training, please contact the Division of
Institutional and Industrial Education at (709) 729-2729.

Sending Institution Receiving Institution
Department of Education, Industrial Training Section College of the North Atlantic
Electronic Engineering Technology (Instrumentation)
Direct Current DC Theory ER-1140
Series and Parallel Circuits ER-1150
Voltage Drop and Power Loss ER-1170
Single Phase Theory ER-1180
Electrotechnology ET-1100
Single Phase Theory ER-1180
Three Phase Theory ER-1190
Electrotechnology ET-1101
Process Measurement ER-2156 Process Measure I CI-2800
Process Measurement ER-2156 Process Measure II CI-2801
Process Control ER-2196 Process Control I CI-2810
Process Control ER-2196 Process Control II CI-2811
Electronics ER-1732 Electronic Devices AE-1200
PLC Fundamentals ER-2170
Programming PLC’s ER-2180
PLC Process Applications ER-1790
PLC Program DP-3100
PLC Process Applications ER-1790
Distributed Control Systems ER-2200
DCS Process Applications ER-1780
Computer Control Systems CI-3830
Sending Institution Receiving Institution
College of the North Atlantic Department of Education, Industrial Training Section
Industrial Instrument Mechanic
Industrial Instrumentation Practices PE-2700 Occupational Health and Safety TS-1510
Industrial Instrumentation Practices PE-2700 WHMIS TS-1520
Industrial Instrumentation Practices PE-2700 First Aid TS-1530
Fabrication Technique CI-1300
Industrial Instrumentation Practices PE-2700
Hand Tools ER-1110
Electrotechnology ET-1100 Direct Current (DC) Theory ER-1140
Electrotechnology ET-1100 Series and Parallel Circuits ER-1150
Industrial Instrumentation Practices PE-2700
Electrotechnology ET-1100 Electrotechnology ET-1101
Voltage Drop and Power Loss ER-1170
Electrotechnology ET-1100 Electrotechnology ET-1101 Single-Phase Theory ER-1180
Electrotechnology ET-1101 Three-Phase Theory ER-1190
Industrial Communication Systems CE-2800
Process Measure I CI-2800
Process Measure II CI-2801
Industrial Instrumentation Practices PE-2700
Signal Transmission ER-1710
Electronic Devices AE-1200
Analog Electronics AE-2300
Analog Electronics AE-2301
Digital Electronics DP-1110
Industrial Electronic and Power Systems MP-3130
Electronics ER-1732
Electrical Machines and Devices MP-2100 Motors ER-1760
Chemistry CH-1120
Chemistry CH-1121
Introduction to Process Analysis CI-1500
Process Analysers CI-3820
Process Analyzers ER-1770
Industrial Electronic and Power Systems MP-3130
PLC Program DP-3100
Human Machine Interface Development CE-2900
PLC Process Applications ER-1790
Process Measure I CI-2800
Process Measure II CI-2801
Process Measurement ER-2156
Industrial Electronic and Power Systems MP-3130 Solid State Drives ER-2160
Industrial Electronic and Power Systems MP-3130
PLC Program DP-3100
Human Machine Interface Development CE-2900
PLC Fundamentals ER-2170
Industrial Electronic and Power Systems MP-3130
PLC Program DP-3100
Human Machine Interface Development CE-2900
Programming PLC’s ER-2180
Automatic Control Systems CI-3100
Process Control I CI-2810
Process Control II CI-2811
Process Control ER-2196
Instrumentation Hydraulics and Pneumatics CI-2240 Hydraulic Systems ER-2235

Certified General Accountant (CGA) – Exemption Policy

The table below provides an overview of courses in selected public post-secondary institutions in this province which
receive exemption from the CGA Program. For further information on the CGA Program, please contact:

Mr. Gary Burgess
B. Comm., CGA
Executive Director
CGA Newfoundland
Suite 201
294 Freshwater Road
St. John's, NL A1B 1C1
Telephone: 1-709-579-1863
Toll Free: 1-800-563-2426
Fax: 1-709-579-0838
Email: gburgess@cga-newfoundland.org

 

Dianna Perry
Student Services Administrator
CGA Newfoundland
Suite 201
294 Freshwater Road
St. John's, NL A1B 1C1
Telephone: 1-709-579-1863
Toll Free: 1-800-563-2426
Fax: 1-709-579-0838
Email: studentservices@cga-newfoundland.org

 

Sending Institution Receiving Agency or Organization
Memorial University (St. John’s/Sir Wilfred Grenfell College Campuses) College of the North Atlantic CGA Courses
    Level 1
Business 1101 AND Business 3101 Financial Accounting I AC1260 AND Financial Accounting II AC2260 Financial Accounting 1 (FA1)
Economics 2010 AND Economics 2020 Microeconomics EC1100 AND Macroeconomics EC1200 Economics 1 (EM1)
Business Law 4000 Business Law LW1200 Law 1 (LW1)
    Level 2
Business 6100 Intermediate Financial Accounting I AC2220 Financial Accounting 2 (FA2)
Business 2401 AND Statistics 2500 Statistics MA1670 Quantitative Methods 1 (QU1)
Business 2101 Managerial Accounting I AC2250 AND Managerial Accounting II AC3250 Management Accounting 1 (MA1)
Business 2000 Business Communications I CM1240 (former CM1100) AND Business Communications II CM1241
(former CM2100) AND Communications CM2200 AND Communications – Report
Writing CM2300
Communications 1 (CM1)
    Level 3
Business 6110 Intermediate Accounting II AC3220 Financial Accounting 3 (FA3)
Business 4500 Business Finance FN2110 Finance 1 (FN1)
Computer Science 2801 AND Business 3700 Management Information Systems 1 (MS1)
Complete Degree* Complete Diploma* Business Case 1* (BC1)
Level 4
Business 5160 AND Business 7160 Management Accounting 2 (MA2)
Business 7110 Accounting Theory 1 (AT1)
Business 6120 (C) Taxation 1 (TX1)
Business 6130 Auditing 1 (AU1)

All students are required to complete Financial Accounting 4 (FA4), Professional Applications 1 (PA1) and two PACE
option courses.

The minimum acceptable average for CGA equivalent courses completed at the College of the North Atlantic or at
Memorial University is 65%.

* Transfer credit will only be awarded to students with a complete degree or diploma who are receiving transfer
credits for all courses in Levels 1 to 3.

C – Challenge examination privilege only. All challenge examinations must be written within one year of enrolling in
the CGA program. If the examination is not written or if it is failed, the students must complete the course in its
entirety.

Certified Management Accountant (CMA) Pre-Professional Program – Exemption Policy

The table below provides an overview of courses in selected provincial public post-secondary institutions which
receive exemption from the CMA Pre-Professional Program. Upon successful completion of the CMA Pre-Professional
Program, students are qualified to take the CMA Entrance Examination which is offered nationally during June of each
year. Successful completion of this examination enables students to become candidates in the CMA Accreditation
Program. For further information on the CMA Accreditation Program, please contact:

Mr. Mark Bradbury
Executive Director, CMA
Telephone: 1-709-737-3652
Email: cmanl@nl.rogers.com

 

CMA Program Director: Professor Shu-Lun Wong
Faculty of Business Administration
Memorial University
St. John’s, NL A1B 3X5
Telephone: 1-709-737-8510
Fax: 1-709-737-7680
Email: swong@mun.ca

 

Sending Institution Receiving Agency or Organization
St. John’s Campus Memorial University College of the North Atlantic CMA Pre-Professional Program
Business 1101 (or the former 2100 and 3100) AND Business 3101 Financial Accounting AC1240 (or the former 2010 or 2101) AND AC2240 (or the former 2011 or
2102)
Introductory Accounting 111
Statistics 2500 AND Statistics 2501 (or Business 2401) Statistics for Business MA1600 (or the former 2053 or 2126) AND MA2600 (or the former 2054
or 2127)
Quantitative Methods 332
Economics 2010 AND Economics 2020 Microeconomics EC1100 (or the former 2065 or 2114) AND EC1200 (or the former 2066 or 2115) Economics 212
Computer Science 2801 Computerized Accounting AC2230 (or the former 2034) OR Introduction to DOS CP2310
AND AC3230 (or the former 2035) AND Electronic Spreadsheet Applications
CP2310
Computerized Information Systems 2141
Business 2301 Organizational Behaviour PS1310 (or the former 1603 or 1703) AND PS2310 (or the former 1604
or 2703)
Organizational Behaviour 123
Business 2101 (or the former 4100) Managerial Accounting I AC2250 (or the former 2016 or 2112) Management Accounting I 241
Business 4000 Business Law LW1200 (or the former 2063 or 2103 and 2104) Commercial Law 122
Business 4500 (or the former 4110) AND Business 4401 (or the former 3400) Business Finance FN2110 Management Accounting III 441
Business 4500 (or the former 4110) AND Business 5500 (or the former 5140) Business Finance AC2320 (or the former 2020) Financial Management 4422
Business 6100 Intermediate Accounting AC2220 (if AC1260 AND AC2260 completed) Intermediate Accounting I 229
Business 3700 OR 6300 Accounting Information Systems 451
Business 6110 Intermediate Accounting AC3220 (if AC1260 AND AC2260 completed) Intermediate Accounting II 339
Business 6120 Taxation 324
Business 6130 Internal Auditing 452
Business 5160 Management Accounting II 341
Business 7000 Strategic Management MN2600 Management Policy 553
Business 7120 Advanced Financial Accounting 543
Business 7160 Management Accounting IV 541