Candidates must hold a degree from an accredited university in order to attain use of Appraisal Institute of Canada designations. The Appraisal Institute of Canada's education program consists of a series of degree credit courses offered through the University of British Columbia. Students interested in advancing their AIC studies towards a university degree may do so at any post-secondary institution where these credits are recognized.
This webpage outlines several recognized AIC degree completion opportunities.
All of the following degrees recognize AIC courses for credit;
"Residency" means the number of courses that must be completed at the institution;
"Restrictive course selection" means a more rigid course structure and less flexibility in choice of courses and ability to apply transfer credit.
Bachelor of General Studies: 3 year degree, no residency requirement, flexible course selection, online courses, prior learning assessment recognition (PLAR). Most flexible option for recognition of prior learning.
Royal Roads University
Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurial Management: a 2-year degree completion program (Years 3 and 4); may recognize AIC studies and work experience towards 1st and 2nd year credit; blended delivery model with short on-campus residencies and online courses.