Certificate in Accounting

The graduate certificate in accounting is designed to provide students completing a bachelor’s degree in accounting with additional coursework that will better prepare them for the certified public accountant (CPA) exam.

Program Coordinator

Dr. Abbie Daly
Hyland Hall 3525
262-472-1945
gradbus@uww.edu

Certificate Requirements

Students must have a grade point average of at least 3.00 in the Common Body of Knowledge and a grade point average of at least 3.00 in the Accounting Core Requirements before taking courses numbered 730 or above. Students must have a grade of a C or better in the Common Body of Knowledge courses and Accounting Core Requirements before taking courses numbered 730 or above.

Common Body of Knowledge0-14
BUSINESS WRITING
STATISTICS FOUNDATIONS
ECONOMICS FOUNDATIONS
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
TECHNOLOGY AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
MARKETING
Accounting Core Requirements0-30
INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
INTRODUCTION TO MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
INTRO TO ACCOUNTING THEORY & FOUNDATIONS
INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I
INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II
INDIVIDUAL TAXATION
BUSINESS TAXATION
ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS
COST MANAGEMENT I
ADVANCED ACCOUNTING
AUDITING
BUSINESS AND COMMERCIAL LAW
Certificate Requirements
The Graduate Certificate in Accounting requires the completion of 4 courses (12 units):
ACCOUNT 749ADVANCED AUDITING3
ACCOUNT 757ISSUES IN FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING3
ACCOUNT 758TAX RESEARCH3
or ACCOUNT 759 TAX RESEARCH, VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE, AND PRACTICAL TAX LEARNING
ACCOUNT 781ACCOUNTING THEORY AND APPLIED RESEARCH3
Total Units12-56