CAPPA Certificate Program – Legacy

CAPPA Certificate – Legacy 5 Level Program

Bridging Transition from Legacy 5 Level Program to New CAPPA 10 Level Course Program

The CAPPA Legacy 5 Level Production Accounting Certificate Program was replaced by the new 10 Level Production Accounting Certificate Program on July 1, 2019.

Students who were enrolled in the Legacy program, (Level 1-5), but did not complete all five levels by December 31, 2019, will be bridged to the 10 Level Certificate Program at SAIT, starting with the new Level 2 – 10 (see below).

This transition bridging will help students, who were enrolled or completing Levels 2-5 of the Legacy program.

Student Bridging Requirements

 
If the student has completed the following in the Legacy CAPPA Certificate program  To Complete the New CAPPA 10 Level Certificate Program (New Curriculum) the student must
Level 1 If a student has completed Level 1 (Legacy), they must complete Courses 2-11 of the New Curriculum.
Level 2 If a student has completed Level 2 (Legacy), they must complete the Capstone course plus any combination of courses from the New curriculum totaling a minimum of 96 hours.
Level 3 If a student has completed Level 3 (Legacy), they must complete the Capstone course plus any combination of courses from the New curriculum totaling a minimum of 51 hours.
Level 4 If a student has completed Level 4 (Legacy), they must complete the Capstone course plus any combination of courses from the New curriculum totaling a minimum of 6 hours.

Prerequisites

As a legacy student, you may require prerequisite waivers in order to be able to register in the new courses and finish your certificate. To initiate this process, please provide a list of the courses you intend to complete from the new program to business.advising@sait.ca (Attn: Andrew Julio). Please provide your SAIT student id number and identify yourself as a CAPPA student completing the legacy program.

Further Information regarding the Program please contact the CAPPA office by email student@cappa.org or call (403) 265-1533.