Department of Business, Innovation, and Legal Studies
Grupp 401 • Phone (215) 968-8227
Curriculum Code No. 3176
Students who successfully complete the Accountancy Certificate Program develop competencies for financial and managerial accounting, finance, business law, and tax accounting enabling them to pursue an entry-level accounting position in corporate or public accounting. Completers of this program may attain the 36 accounting and business credits required to sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam. Students pursuing this program to sit for the CPA exam must have previously earned a bachelor’s degree.
Graduates of this program are able to:
- prepare GAAP based financial statements;
- apply financial accounting pronouncements to financial reporting and disclosure;
- research business law topics;
- assess audit risks and controls to determine audit procedures;
- analyze a company's financial performance, using a comprehensive set of financial tools; and
- analyze tax law.
|ACCT105 Financial Accounting A||4|
|ACCT106 Managerial Accounting B||4|
|ACCT200 Intermediate Accounting I B||3|
|ACCT201 Intermediate Accounting II B||3|
|ACCT230 Financial Management B||3|
|ACCT240 Federal and States Taxes I B||3|
|ACCT250 Auditing B||3|
|ACCT255 Advanced Accounting B||3|
|COLL101 College Success Seminar||
|MGMT130 Business Law||3|
|MGMT190 Business Finance A||3|
|Accounting Electives C||6|
|Total Credit Hours||39|
A Placement testing required
B Course requires prerequisite.
C Choose from ACCT120, ACCT130, ACCT210, ACCT241, ACCT242.