Intermediate Accounting Certificate
21 Credits - 7 Courses
Prerequisite: Basic Accounting Certificate
This certificate is designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to identify industry trends and evaluate the impact of those trends at a corporate and industry level. It is also intended to enhance accounting proficiencies and provide students with the ability to develop corporate level financial documents, as well as the ability to critically analyze and synthesize information found in complex accounting and financial reports. Ethical decision-making, as it relates to financial reporting, is an integral theme of this program. Classes include:
- Intermediate Accounting (Prerequisite: Accounting I)
- Managerial/Cost Accounting
- Business Ethics or Business Law
- Financial Statements for Managers
- Corporate Finance
- Contemporary Regulatory Issues
|Tuition||Cost Per Course*||Total Program|
|Undergraduate Application||$50 (one-time)|
*All prices are subject to change. Please refer to the Academic Catalog (.pdf) for the most up-to-date pricing.
Withdrawal and Refund Policy
Please refer to the Academic Catalog (.pdf) for withdrawal and refund policy information.
Consumer Information for
Intermediate Accounting Certificate (Diploma/Certificate)
In an effort to keep our students and prospective students informed, the following consumer information is provided as required by federal regulations.
This program of study is designed to prepare students for the types of occupations listed below. The occupations listed are based on federal government information and represent the types of positions for which the program generally prepares graduates. The College makes no representation or warranty that its graduates have obtained these positions or that any future graduates will obtain these positions.
|Business Teachers, Postsecondary||25-1011.00|
|Tax Examiners, Collectors, and Revenue Agents||13-2081.00|
The information below is based on current and historical data and does not constitute a promise or guarantee of future performance. There are many factors that will change the cost of a program, the time to complete the program, or the amount of debt that an individual may incur in order to complete the program, including transfer credits, eligibility for grants or scholarships, the decision whether to attend on a full- or part-time basis, course failures, and non-continuous attendance. The following represents general program information that may vary for individual students based on their circumstances and campus locations. The College reserves the right to adjust tuition and fees and to add or delete programs of study at any time, in accordance with applicable statutes and regulations.
|Q:||What is the reported completion time for this program, assuming continuous, full-time enrollment?
|A:||This program is designed to take 56 weeks to complete.
The length of the program will vary based on individual circumstances such as choosing to attend less than full time, failing or retaking a course or courses, changing programs, or choosing to take a greater than full-time course load.
|Q:||What percentage of students completes this program within this time frame?
The completion rate is calculated based on the cumulative results of students at all locations that offer this program, who completed between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012. The completion rate is calculated using the formula provided by the U.S. Department of Education. It may not include all graduates who actually graduated from the program within the maximum allowable timeframe. To protect the privacy of our students, programs with less than ten completers within an award year will be listed as "N/A."
|Placement rates are not required to be calculated by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). However, please feel free to contact the campus with an placement questions or to request and placement information.
|Q:||What financing options are available to pay for this program?
|A:||In addition to any grant and scholarship aid for which they are eligible, students may use loans to finance their education. The median debt for program graduates is as follows.|
|Private educational loans:||N/A|
|Institution financing plan:||N/A|
The median loan debt for Federal loans is calculated based on students who graduated between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012, using the formula provided by the U.S Department of Education. An individual's loan debt will vary based on individual factors such as a student's decision to pay for the program from sources other than student loans or to borrow more than is needed to pay the direct costs of education, transfer credits, course failures, and program changes. Private educational loan data are based only on information reported to the College. To protect the privacy of our students, programs with less than 10 completers with an award year will be listed as "N/A".
|Q:||What is the current cost of this program? (may vary by campus)
|A:||Tuition and fees:||$8015.00|
|Books and supplies:||$700.00|
|On-campus room & board:||Not offered|
The amount quoted does not factor in individual circumstances such as transfer credits, course failures, and price changes. The College does not offer on-campus room and board. The amount quoted reflects the maximum amount of tuition and fees charged that have been charged for this program at the time this disclosure was published. Tuition and fees are subject to change at the discretion of the College. Please contact the campus staff for the most current and accurate tuition and fee information available.