Certificate of Achievement in Accounting
Upon satisfactory completion of 30 credits, the student earns a Certificate of Achievement. Graduates are prepared to perform at the entry-level (clerk) in public accounting; act as an assistant to a full charge bookkeeper or tax preparer; or assist in the maintenance of an AIS subsystem, such as Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Inventory, Fixed Assets, Payroll, etc.
The CA in Accounting requires satisfactory completion of 30 credits.
The requirements listed in the catalog at the time of entry into the program are the ones you must fulﬁll for graduation. You also have the option to meet the requirements listed in subsequent catalogs. However, if you choose this option, you cannot combine requirements from two or more catalogs. For example, if you entered the program in fall 2004, you can fulﬁll the requirements in either the fall 2004 catalog or the fall 2005 catalog. However, you cannot combine requirements from both.
If you leave the program for a semester or more, you must fulﬁll the requirements in effect at the time of or subsequent to your re-entry. For example, if you entered the program in fall 2004, took a hiatus in spring 2005, and returned in fall 2005, you must fulﬁll the requirements in the catalog for fall 2005 or later.