Accounting, Post-Baccalaureate Certificate (27 Credits)
Students in the program take nine required courses in undergraduate accounting for a total of 27 credit hours. Graduates from the program will be eligible to sit for the CPA examination in Connecticut providing they have also earned 22 credit hours in general business courses. To be licensed as a CPA, a cumulative total of: (1) 150 hours of education, (2) 36 hours in accounting, and (3) 30 hours in business education are required. A track in the MBA has been developed allowing students to earn the MBA with a concentration in Accounting while meeting these additional requirements.
This program is not eligible for financial aid (Title IV and/or State funds).
Admission to the Certificate of Accounting Program requires the following:
An earned bachelor 's degree in any discipline.
A minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0 with conditional acceptance being considered for those with undergraduate GPAs from a 2.5.
Admission to the MBA, after completing the Certificate of Accounting, requires that students meet one of the following:
A 3.0 GPA in undergraduate coursework.
2.00 GPA + GMAT should be at least 1,000.
A promising student who may not have met the above requirements may be admitted to the MBA program on the condition of earning a 3.0 in the first four courses in the program.
For more information, please contact the Accounting Department at (203) 392-5691.
Certificate in Accounting-Program Sequence - 27 Credits
As sequencing changes, it is highly recommended that students meet with their program advisor to finalize a list of requirements for graduation.
ACC 200 — Financial Accounting — 3 credits
ACC 202 — Accounting Spreadsheet Application — 1 credit
ACC 220 — Managerial Accounting for Majors — 3 credits
ACC 310 — Intermediate Accounting I — 4 credits
ACC 311 — Intermediate Accounting II — 4 credits
ACC 350 — Federal Income Taxation — 3 credits
ACC 370 — Accounting Information Systems — 3 credits
ACC 410 — Advanced Accounting — 3 credits
ACC 461 — Auditing — 3 credits