A better understanding of the bottom line will help you succeed in the business world, whatever your title or position.
Grasping the effect a budget has on organizational decision making isn’t easy for everyone. If you have a mind for numbers, fine-tuning your skills through specialized online accounting courses will give you the upper hand in financial and management opportunities.
This program will help prepare you for the CPA exam and show employers you have the advanced accounting knowledge to succeed in real-world situations. Some topics you will cover include global accounting, income tax preparation, and financial ethics.
This program consists of four graduate online accounting courses for a total of 12 credit hours.
This course advances a student's knowledge of the principles of accounting. Students will gain a complex understanding of partnerships, mergers, acquisitions, and consolidations as well as explore international accounting and government accounting.
This course will explore various types of financial fraud and methods used to prevent and detect fraudulent occurrences in a financial environment. Students will learn the methodology used in designing prevention and detection controls. Actual, well-known cases of financial fraud will be analyzed.
This course will study current issues of pass-through entities, estates, and gift taxation. Students will learn how partnerships, S corporations, and limited liability companies are taxed. Basic estate planning will be discussed as well as federal estate, trust, and gift taxation.
This course will examine current professional issues of ethics and standards required of all accountants and CPAs. Students will learn ethical reasoning, objectivity, and independence and how these elements are matched to real-world situations.
You have two options for completing your online accounting program:
Quickly enhance your resume by gaining knowledge and skills in a specific area that meets your career goals.
If you decide you’re interested in earning your full degree at a later date, the credits you earned in your Certificate of Completion program can count towards your degree!
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