2019-2020 Catalog

Accounting, Graduate Certificate

The graduate certificate in accounting prepares students for the professional challenges of becoming a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). The review courses focus on the concepts, theory, and technical material covered on the CPA exam. Additional courses focus on analyzing financial information and your choice of finance or sustainable accounting topics.

*Certificate Entry Requirements: You must have completed a major in accounting at the undergraduate or graduate level before registering for this course. A major in accounting consists of courses in the intermediate accounting series, audit, business law, tax, and management accounting. Courses must be, at a minimum, at the 300 level or higher if undergraduate courses or MBA courses. Courses should begin with the letters “AC” or “ACC” and be intended for accounting majors.

Total Required Credits (15 Credits)

Required Courses

AC 530CPA Review - Financial Accounting & Reporting (FAR)

3

AC 531CPA Review - Regulation (REG)

3

AC 532CPA Review - Auditing & Attestation (AUD)

3

AC 533CPA Review - Business Environment & Concepts (BEC)

3

MBA 535Managerial Accounting

3