Accounting Certificate Program
The Barney School of Business offers an Accounting Certificate Program to students who hold an undergraduate degree in a field other than accounting. If you are seeking to obtain basic accounting education to improve your knowledge of accounting, this program delivers a foundation to build a strong skill set for today’s competitive workplace.
Prior to taking other accounting courses, students must successfully complete the following course or an equivalent:
- MBA 612 Accounting Concepts (3 credits)
Students then complete a minimum of four additional courses (up to a maximum of six additional courses). The following two courses are required of all students completing the Accounting Certificate.
- AC 320 – Financial Reporting Theory I
- AC 321 – Financial Reporting Theory II
Students then select a minimum of two courses (up to a maximum of four courses) from the following list:
- AC 322 – Financial Reporting Theory III
- AC 332 – Cost Management
- AC 425 – Federal Income Tax Concepts
- AC 430 – Auditing Concepts and Problems
Students interested in the Accounting Certificate may apply online under graduate admissions on the University of Hartford website. The application requirements include: an application form, official transcripts, a current resume, a letter of intent and two letters of reference. Students with undergraduate degrees from outside of the US will need to submit a WES evaluation along with their TOEFL scores for review. However, the certificate program does not satisfy the requirements for certain visas.
Please note that a successful completion of the certificate program does not guarantee admission to the MSAT program. Direct any questions to Dr. Weaver at firstname.lastname@example.org.