|ACC 211||PRINC OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING||3|
|ACC 212||MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING||3|
|BLS 211||LEGAL ENVIRON/BUSINESS||3|
|ECN 143||PRINC OF MICROECONOMICS||3|
|IS 146||COMPUTER APPL IN BUSINESS||3|
|MSC 287||BUSINESS STATISTICS I||3|
|ACC 307||ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYS||3|
|ACC 310||INTERM FINANCIAL ACCT I||3|
|ACC 311||INTERM FINANCIAL ACCT II||3|
|ACC 313||INDIVIDUAL/SMALL BUS INCOME TA||3|
|ACC 414||COST ACCOUNTING||3|
|ACC 431||PRINCIPLES OF AUDITING||3|
|Public Accounting Option|
|FIN 301||PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE||3|
|MGT 301||MANAGING ORGANIZATIONS||3|
|ACC 413||CORP/PARTNERSHIP/ESTATE TAXES||3|
|ACC 415||ADV FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING||3|
|ACC 417||ACC ST/LOCAL GOV & NON-PROFITS||3|
|ACC 432||ADVANCED AUDITING||3|
|BLS 411||BUS LAW FOR ACCOUNTANTS||3|
|Total Semester Hours||69|
Electives may be selected from any 300- or 400-level course in the College of Business Administration other than accounting.
To be eligible for the CPA exam, a student must have a minimum of 150 semester hours from combined prior degree work and certificate work at UAH. If necessary to meet the total 150-semester hour requirement, electives may be selected from any 300 or 400 level course in the College of Business Administration or may be selected from outside the College with the approval of the department chair. Completion of the Public Accounting Option meets the (2012) requirements of the Alabama State Board of Public Accountancy to sit for the CPA examination in Alabama. See the web page of the Alabama State Board of Public Accountancy. However, prior to taking the CPA examination, a rigorous review course may be necessary to improve one's ability to pass the examination.
A student who has no course work from a prior degree that can be accepted toward the certificate program should seek counsel from the College's Graduate Advisor to determine whether the MAcc is preferable to completing the certificate program or to determine whether a second bachelor's degree in accounting is preferable to completing the certificate program.