Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Major

A certified public accountant (CPA) provides a wide variety of client services, including auditing, tax preparation and planning, financial statement preparation and consulting. With this degree you’ll have many of the tools and skills necessary for a successful accounting career, and you’ll be familiar with the technical material on the CPA exam. Accounting classes are taught by certified professionals with industry experience, with scheduling flexibility of day, night, face-to-face and fully online courses. You can easily transition to a bachelor’s degree program and then a career as a CPA.

Associate Degree Course Sequence

SSC101  
Student Success Seminar
ENG124  
College Composition
BUS121  
Business Administration
BUS124  
Business Analysis with Algebra
ACC130  
Business Law & Ethics
 
Arts & Humanities Elective
ACC132  
Financial Accounting
AOT226  
Spreadsheet Microsoft Excel
ACC124  
Individual Taxation
MTH124  
Statistics
BUS221  
Microeconomics
ACC221  
Intermediate Accounting I
ACC133  
Managerial Accounting
ACC228  
Business Taxation
ACC232  
Governmental & Not-for-Profit
 
Accounting
ACC222  
Intermediate Accounting II
ACC223  
Cost Accounting
ACC225  
Auditing
FIN220  
Business Finance
ACC226  
Advanced Accounting

TOTAL CREDITS 64

Associate of applied business in accounting

  • Franklin University
  • Walsh University

Accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs; www.acbsp.org

  • public accounting
  • health care
  • industry
  • public sector
  • government
  • nonprofit
  • banking
  • staff accountant
  • accounts payable analyst
  • accounts receivable analyst
  • auditor (internal/external)
  • tax compliance and planning
  • estate consulting
  • controller

Institute of Management Accountants Scholarships
Daniel Schonhoft and Thomas Presper Accounting Technology Annual Scholarship

Institute of Management Accountants student chapter
Enactus (Entrepreneurial Action Us club)