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A Certificate in Accounting provides students with the opportunity to develop and enrich their accounting skills. This program is ideally suited for working professionals and adult learners who don't have a degree or have little to no college experience.

For those students who already hold a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, you will have the opportunity to complete the requirements to sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam by fulfilling both the 150 semester hour requirement and the 30 semester hours of accounting required.* 

Learn more about fulfilling your CPA exam requirements.

 

Course Requirements & Descriptions

  • Certificate in Accounting
    Course Requirements
    Courses Credits
    ACT 210 Accounting for Financial Decision Making 3*
    ACT 220 Accounting for Managerial Decision Making 3*
    ACT 310 Intermediate Accounting I 3*
    ACT 320 Intermediate Accounting II 3*
     Select eighteen credits from the following

    Courses Credits
    ACT 260 Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting 3*
    ACT 330 Legal Concepts for Accountants 3*
    ACT 340 Cost Accounting 3*
    ACT 410 Accounting Information Systems 3*
    ACT 421 Individual Taxation 3*
    ACT 422 Business Taxation and Research 3*
    ACT 430 Auditing and Assurance Services 3*
    ACT 440 Advanced Accounting 3*
    ACT 485 Special Topics 2-3*
    FIN 325 Managerial Finance 3*
    Total Credits Required 30
    * Used to calculate the Certificate GPA