Certificate in Accounting

Completion of the graduate-level accounting certificate focuses the student's preparation to evaluate managerial decisions having ethical dimensions within the context of legal and regulatory requirements and codes of professional conduct. Graduates will also be able to evaluate anti-fraud deterrents and controls and the fraud examination plan for an organization's accounting systems and processes and recommend improvements.

Outcomes:
Upon completion of this certificate, students will be able to:

  • Evaluate anti-fraud deterrents and controls and the fraud examination plan for an organization’s accounting systems and processes and recommend improvements.
  • Evaluate managerial decisions having ethical dimensions within the context of legal and regulatory requirements and codes of professional conduct.

Required Courses (18 Credits)

AC6250Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination

4.5

AC6260Accounting Ethics

4.5

AC6280Auditing and Information Assurance

4.5

AC6550Managerial Accounting

4.5