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As a Management Accountant you'll help manage clients' budgets.

General Accounting II Certificate Overview

This program is designed to meet the career needs of self-directed, mature student who is interested in acquiring knowledge and skills to promote their professional objectives. The program is open to all qualified applicants whose academic preparation and/or appropriate work experience indicate potential for successful completion.

Program Details & Curriculum

Admission Requirements

Applicants seeking admission to certificate programs must have a high school diploma.

Degree Requirements

All students, both matriculated and non-matriculated, must apply for admission into the Certificate Program. All students are required to maintain a minimum GPA of 2.0 in the Certificate Program being pursued. Upon successful completion of the specific curriculum requirements for a given program, students must apply for the actual certificate. All credits earned in a Certificate Program are applicable toward the associate and bachelor’s degrees. A maximum of six credits in transfer will be allowed toward a certificate. Ordinarily students pursuing a degree program in a related area will not be allowed to use the courses taken in such a program to satisfy the requirements for a certificate.

Registration

Upon admission to the program, applicants for certificate programs may register for courses on a part-time basis at any of the College's campuses.

General Accounting II Certificate Curriculum

Six Courses (18 credits)

  • ACCT 121 Intro to Management Accounting
  • ACCT 250 Cost Accounting
  • ACCT 330 Advanced Accounting
  • ACCT 341 Advanced Fed Income Taxation
  • BLAW 240 Business Law I
  • BLAW 340 Business Law II

Prerequisite: General Accounting I Certificate or equivalent.

A maximum of six transfer credits can be accepted for the General Accounting II Certificate Program. However, as to Accounting courses, transfer credits can be accepted only for Introduction to Management Accounting (ACCT 121).