Graduate Certificate in Accountancy

The graduate certificate in accountancy offers students a deeper understanding of accounting information. Although the certificate does not qualify students for a CPA, the program is designed to provide a solid understanding of the fundamentals of accounting. Program graduates will be informed users of accounting information, able to apply accounting knowledge in their current disciplines and make more informed decisions.

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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 12 credits, including 6 credits in required courses and 6 credits in elective courses.

ACCY 6101Financial Accounting (or equivalent course/experience)
or MBAD 6211 Financial Accounting
ACCY 6104Intermediate Accounting I
or ACCY 6106 Financial Statement Analysis
6 credits in elective courses from the following:
SMPP 6215Corporate Governance and Ethics
ACCY 6104Intermediate Accounting I
ACCY 6105Intermediate Accounting II
ACCY 6106Financial Statement Analysis
ACCY 6110International Reporting and Control
ACCY 6112International Financial Reporting Standards
ACCY 6201Cases in Management Accounting I
ACCY 6202Cases in Management Accounting II
ACCY 6203Controls, Alignment, and the Organization
ACCY 6302Fraud Examination and Forensic Accounting
ACCY 6401Federal Income Taxation
ACCY 6402Federal Income Taxation of Partnerships
ACCY 6501Accounting Information Systems and Electronic Data Processing
ACCY 6701Government Accounting
ACCY 6900Special Topics (Nonprofit Accounting)
ACCY 6900Special Topics (Management Accounting: Government and Nonprofit)
ACCY 6900Special Topics (Taxation for Financial Instruments)