The online Graduate Certificate in Accountancy (GCA) is an 18 semester hour non-degree
seeking program offering Master of Accountancy (MAcc) course work. Each course is
three semester hours credit.
ACCT 6136 Advanced Accounting Topics - fall and spring
ACCT 6316 Advanced Auditing & Assurance Services - spring
ACCT 6426 Income Tax II - fall, spring, and summer
ACCT 6616 Governmental & Not-for-Profit Accounting - fall and spring
ACCT 6706 Advanced Business Law - fall, spring, and summer
ACCT 7116 Research in Accounting - summer I
ACCT 7136 Financial Analysis & Valuation - fall
ACCT 7326 Fraud Examination - summer II
ACCT 7416 Federal Tax Research - fall
ACCT 7426 Corporate & Partnership Taxation - fall
ACCT 7516 Integrated Accounting Applications - fall
ACCT 7526 Enterprise Accounting Systems - summer I
ACCT 7816 Corporate Governance & Accounting Ethics - spring
ACCT 7976 Advanced Special Topics in Accounting - spring
For course descriptions, please refer to the AU Bulletin. The student's plan of study must be approved by the student's advisor.
Students must take ACCT 6136, 6316, 6426, 6616, and 6706 at either the undergraduate level or graduate level to be academically prepared for the CPA Exam. Students cannot receive graduate credit for an equivalent course they have taken at the undergraduate level.