The undergraduate Certificate in Accounting prepares individuals to assume greater responsibility for the accounting function by providing a foundation in accounting, auditing, taxation, commercial law, and managerial finance.
Schedule & Format
On average, students take two courses a term, including the summer, to complete the certificate in 20 months.
- Part Time
- 30 Undergraduate Credits / 10 Courses
Annual Course Schedule
When you enroll in an online course, you'll find support and collaboration every step of the way. Our goal is to deliver an exceptional student experience wherever you are.
High School Diploma/Bachelor's DegreeIndividuals with a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent are invited to apply.
Individuals preparing to sit for the CPA exam must have an undergraduate degree.
DeadlinesFall: July 1
Spring: November 1
Summer: April 1
Estimated Cost of CertificateIn State: $11,400
Out of State: $26,460
Additional fees may apply, including course materials. Tuition rates are adjusted annually.
Eligible for Active Duty Military Rate of $250 per credit hour (in state and out of state)
Who Should Enroll?
The Certificate in Accounting is ideal for individuals new to the accounting profession. It is also for mid-level professionals looking to stay ahead of the competition to advance their careers or increase their earning potential.
The accounting certificate program includes courses that are both required and recommended as preparation to sit for the Certified Public Accountants (CPA) examination