Prepare for entry into the accounting profession by earning a Certificate in Accountancy. This certificate is also suited for students who may be considering one of the recognized professional accounting designations other than the Certified Public Accountant (CPA). CPA exam candidates should consider the BS in Accountancy or Master in Accountancy which provides much greater in-depth preparation for the CPA exam.
Students who wish to pursue a baccalaureate degree, a second baccalaureate degree, or a master’s degree can apply some or all of the academic credits awarded in the certificate program toward that degree, depending upon its requirements and providing the coursework taken is at the same level as the degree program.Before taking any of the courses in the Certificate in Accountancy program, students are strongly advised to contact a full-time accounting faculty member for a brief interview to review the student’s career objectives and provide guidance as to the courses to be selected.Meet Our Faculty
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