Certificate Requirements

Courses

Accounting Course Requirements

Introductory Courses

  • Acct 2050 — Introduction to Financial Reporting (4 credits)
  • Acct 3001 — Introduction to Management Accounting (3 credits)

Upper-Division Courses

  • Acct 5201 — Intermediate Management Accounting (2 credits)
  • Acct 5101 — Intermediate Accounting I (4 credits)
  • Acct 5102 — Intermediate Accounting II (4 credits)
  • Acct 5125W — Auditing Principles and Procedures (4 credits)
  • Acct 5135 — Fundamentals of Federal Income Tax (4 credits)

Three of the following courses (an additional six semester credits)

  • Acct 5126 — Internal Auditing (2 credits)
  • Acct 5160 — Financial Statement Analysis (2 credits)
  • Acct 5180 — Consolidations and Advanced Reporting (2 credits)
  • Acct 5236 — Introduction to Taxation of Business (2 credits)
  • Acct 5310 — International Accounting (2 credits)
  • IDSc 4411 — Accounting Information Systems and IT Governance (2 credits)

Business-related Course Requirements

Courses with the ABus designator are online.

  • BLaw 3058 — The Law of Contracts and Agency (4 credits)
  • Econ 1101 — Principles of Microeconomics (4 credits)
  • Econ 1102 — Principles of Macroeconomics (4 credits)
  • Fina 3001 — Finance Fundamentals (3 credits)
  • IDSc 3001 — Information Systems for Business Processes and Management (3 credits)
  • Mgmt 3033W — Business Communication (3 credits)
    or
  • ABus 4023W — Communicating for Results (3 credits)

One of the following courses (an additional three semester credits)

  • Mgmt 3001 — Fundamentals of Management (3 credits)
  • ABus 4022 — Management in Organizations (3 credits)
  • Mgmt 3040 — Understanding the International Environment of Firms (2 credits)
  • Mgmt 4031 — Industry Analysis and Competitive Strategy (3 credits)
  • ABus 4012 — Strategic Decision Making and Problem Solving (3 credits)
  • Mktg 3001 — Principles of Marketing (3 credits)
  • ABus 4701 — Introduction to Marketing (3 credits)
  • SCO 3001 — Introduction to Operations Management (3 credits)
  • MM 4102 — Manufacturing Operations (3 credits)
  • HRIR 3021 — Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations (3 credits)
  • ABus 3301 — Introduction to Quality Management (3 credits)

Planning Your Program of Study

  • Planning chart | Use as a guide to plan your schedule of courses. Please note that certificates are to be completed within four years of your admission date.
  • Course catalog | Course descriptions and prerequisites
  • Class schedule | Information on current terms for course planning and registration