Professional Designations

Students planning to pursue a Professional Designation should complete the accredited courses during their program.  To learn more about the courses required, please click on the chosen designation:

Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario (CPA)


  • CPA Program Prerequisites
      • All current students may choose this path
      • Any undergraduate degree may pursue the CPA-PREP program.  BMOS Accounting degrees will go into CPA-PEP.
      • 65% average with no grade less than 60% on Core courses and no grade less than 50% on non-Core courses.
      • Must complete CORE 1, CORE 2, 2 elective courses with CPA. 

Take the First Step TODAY!

  • Download the transcript assessment form and submit it along with your post-secondary transcripts to CPA Ontario. They will assess your transcript and identify your entry point into the CPA Certification program. ie: CPA-PREP (Prerequisites Education Program) or CPA-PEP (Professional Education Program)

Human Resources Professionals Association

Approved Course Search:

For those interested in pursuing the CHRP, please visit:

For those interested in pursuing the CHRL, please visit:

Courses are only valid for 10 years.  All courses must be valid and meet the grade requirement in order to be eligible to write either the CHRP Knowledge Exam (CHRP-KE) or the CHRL Knowledge Exam (CHRL-KE), depending on which designation you are pursuing. The nine required courses are:

Human Resources Management (HRM)       MOS 4485F/G
Organizational Behaviour MOS 2181A/B
Finance and Accounting MOS 3370A & BUS 2257   
Human Resources Planning MOS 3383A/B
Occupational Health and Safety MOS 3344A/B
Training and Development MOS 3343A/B
Labour Relations MOS 3352F/G
Recruitment and Selection MOS 3384A/B
Compensation MOS 3342A/B

If you have questions regarding HRPA, please e-mail:

Boski Verma –
Sarah Ryckman –

Integrated Commercial Pilot's License (ICPL)

CAM students graduating with the Flight Option would receive a Bachelor’s degree in Management and Organizational Studies and a Transport Canada approved Integrated Commercial Pilot’s License (ICPL) with Multi-Engine and Instrument Ratings.  These credentials allow one to act as a professional pilot while being capable of assuming management responsibilities, both on the ground and in the air.  It is important to consider that most college-level piloting programs offer pilot licenses, however the academic training does not allow students to pursue higher education (such as a Master’s or Law degree).  In addition, as pilots are required to hold a valid medical certificate, in the unfortunate event of an unforeseen medical issue a BMOS degree allows students to pursue professional positions in aviation management.

Prospective Students