Certificate in Accounting Online

Program Description
Keiser University's Certificate in Accounting program offers students who are currently working in the accounting field the necessary coursework required to meet  specific CPA licensure requirements. This Certificate requires 30 credit hours of upper division baccalaureate-level coursework. Topics include specialized accounting and business concepts. NOTE: Course requirements for CPA licensure are specific to each state.

Program Objectives
The following objectives are designed to meet Keiser University’s mission and its goals:

  • To provide students coursework needed to become a licensed CPA

Prerequisite for Major Courses

  • Program Director approval
  • Any applicableupper or lower division prerequisite courses

Program Outline
To receive a Certificate in Accounting, students must earn 30.0 credit hours of upper division courses from the list of courses provided. Program requirements are as follows:

*Courses with an ACG or TAX prefix must be completed with a grade of "C" or higher

NOTE: All upper and lower division prerequisite courses should be successfully completed before courses are undertaken.

Upper Division Accounting and Tax Courses (30 credit hours)

*Financial Accounting I

3.0 credit hours

*Financial Accounting II

3.0 credit hours

*Accounting Theory and Concepts

3.0 credit hours

Financial Accounting III

3.0 credit hours

Advanced Managerial/Cost Accounting  

3.0 credit hours

Accouting Information Systems

3.0 credit hours

Governmental and Institutional Accounting

3.0 credit hours

Auditing I

3.0 credit hours

Auditing II

3.0 credit hours

Fraud Examination

3.0 credit hours

Ethical Issues in Accounting

3.0 credit hours

Income Tax Accounting

3.0 credit hours

Corporate, Business and Trust Tax

3.0 credit hours

Upper Division General Education Courses

Managerial Information Systems

3.0 credit hours

Money and Banking

3.0 credit hours

Research and Statistical Analysis

3.0 credit hours

Upper Division Business Courses

Legal and Ethical Environment of Business

3.0 credit hours

Principles of Managerial Finance

3.0 credit hours

Introduction to Management and Organizational Behavior

3.0 credit hours

Operations Management

3.0 credit hours

Cross Cultural Management

3.0 credit hours

Project Management

3.0 credit hours

International Business

3.0 credit hours

Marketing Strategy

3.0 credit hours

Service Marketing

3.0 credit hours

Management Law and Employee Relations

3.0 credit hours

Quantitative Approach to Business

3.0 credit hours

Decisions

3.0 credit hours

 

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