Business and Communications Department

Program Description

The Bachelor of Theology Degree with a major in business and communications is a recognized program designed to meet the growing demand for accounting professionals nationwide and globally.

This program offers career-minded students the opportunity to develop the practical accounting skills and theoretical knowledge that are highly desired by employers. Areas of study include: core business and accounting courses, as well as courses on ethics, communication, computers, and more. Our program differs from the traditional business degree in that graduates also have the opportunity to complete courses in theology and counselling.

Upon graduation, students will be qualified for excellent accounting career opportunities within the public and private sectors. This degree also allows graduates to advance their careers by pursuing a professional accounting designation or continuing their studies at the graduate level. Our qualified, experienced instructors are committed to student success and developing future leaders. Our small class sizes allow students to fully engage with the instructors in a learner-focused, enriched environment.
 

 

About The Dean

(Roma A. Hewitt, M.Th.S., D.Min.)

Roma obtained her undergraduate degree in Business Administrative Studies at Toronto’s York University. She completed her Masters Degree in Theology and her Doctor of Ministry at Canada Christian College & School of Graduate Studies. Roma holds the Accounting designations of Certified Management Accountant (CMA(aus)), Registered Professional Accountant (RPA) and Certified Business Accountant (CBA).

Her teaching experience includes five years as a full-time public school teacher, four years as an Accounting Professor at Centennial College and six years as a Business Professor at Canada Christian College & School of Graduate studies where she currently holds the position of Dean of Business.

Roma is a board member of The Association for Professional Accounting & Tax Services as well as several charitable organizations including Scarborough Christian Academy. She is the Canadian coordinator of Congress Corporate, a global business initiative of Congress-WBN.

With her wide wealth of knowledge and experience, Roma is a demanded keynote speaker at business conferences, seminars and strategic development meetings. She also speaks regularly at various church organizations.