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Are you interested in learning about the field of accounting and topics such as budget proposals and budget estimates? The Graduate Accounting Certificate at the University of Phoenix is designed to teach you about fundamental accounting concepts and principles. Learn more about the Graduate Accounting Certificate here.
The University of Phoenix Graduate Accounting Certificate is designed to teach students about the social, legal and ethical aspects of accounting practice. In addition to covering the fundamentals of accounting, you also have an opportunity to prepare for the CPA exam. Some of the CPA exam topics that are included in the curriculum are regulation, financial accounting and reporting, and audit and attestation. It is important to note that there are some CPA exam topics that are not addressed in the curriculum.
You should have a background in business, accounting, or financial management. Applicants are required to have an undergraduate degree from a regionally or approved nationally accredited institution with a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 on the undergraduate degree posted transcript, and must have access to a suitable work environment.
If you enroll in the University of Phoenix Graduate Accounting Certificate program, you will be required to completed three courses and choose elective courses that total nine credits.
Students who have completed the Graduate Accounting Certificate program can choose to pursue a master's degree in the field. Those students enrolled in a master's degree program in accounting have the opportunity to learn about advanced accounting and business concepts. Some possible master's degree programs may include:
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