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Accounting Associate

Professional Accounting – CPA Preparation Certificate
36 Semester Credit Hours; Curriculum: 0006

Courses for a Certificate:

Credit Hours

ACC 153 Principles of Financial Accounting

4

ACC 154 Principles of Managerial Accounting

3

ACC 241 Intermediate Accounting I*

4

ACC 242 Intermediate Accounting II*

4

ACC 244 Income Tax Accounting

3

ACC 260 Auditing

3

ACC 266 Advanced Accounting

3

ACC 274 Advanced Tax Accounting

3

BUS 107 Business Ethics or
  MGT 276 Corporate Social Responsibility & Decision Making

3

MGT 118 Effective Management Communications

3

Courses to total three credit hours from the following:

3

 

ACC 170 Payroll Tax Accounting

1

 

ACC 243 Accounting Research

2

 

ACC 245 Cost Accounting

3

 

ACC 250 Accounting Systems and Procedures

 

ACC 253 Practicum

 

ACC 261 Advanced Auditing

 

ACC 275 IRS Enrolled Agent Exam Preparation Course

4


Total Semester Credit Hours for Certificate:


36


 

*Students who took either ACC 241 or ACC 242 when they were 3 credit hours should also take ACC 243 Accounting Research. This will satisfy the research requirement with the Board of Examiners.

Note: Before students take courses needed to meet the requirements, it is strongly recommended that they send a list of courses in these areas that they already have, in addition to those they expect to take, to Board of Examiners for pre-approval. (Illinois Board of Examiners, 100 Trade Centre Drive, Suite 402, Champaign, IL 61820-7233, 217.531.0950, www.ilboa.org).

 

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March 29
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June 8
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