Post-Baccalaureate Certificate

The post-baccalaureate certificate program is for working professionals or lifelong learners who have earned a bachelor's degree but need to enhance a resume, improve skills, prepare for a job change, or just want to continue to learn in a field in which they did not major in college.

A bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college is required. Students may not count certificate courses towards any Bachelor's degree major or minor requirements. All courses are offered for credit, unless otherwise specified.

Certificate in Accounting

The post-baccalaureate certificate in Accounting (CACT) program is designed for adults looking to learn new job skills, improve current accounting knowledge, or brush up on the skills they need to better understand the essentials of accounting and finance for small business.


Before starting the certificate program, students must have passed the following courses or their equivalents:

ACCT 1011Introduction to Financial Accounting3
ACCT 1012Introduction to Management Accounting3


Students must obtain at least a 2.50 GPA in the six required certificate courses listed below:

ACCT 2203Intermediate Accounting I3
ACCT 2204Intermediate Accounting II3
ACCT 3320Cost Management3
ACCT 3330Auditing3
ACCT 3343Federal Income Taxation I3
ACCT 4310Advanced Accounting3
Total Credits18