Certificate In Accounting Online
Credits: 15 Credits (630 Clock Hours)
Self-Paced: 8-month completion deadline
The Washington Technical Institute Undergraduate Certificate in Accounting provides a broad base of knowledge in accounting principles: including how to compile, analyze, and prepare critical business and financial records. The program is designed for students and professionals who are interested in improving their accounting skills for a current accounting or bookkeeping position, or for those who are seeking an entry-level position in the accounting field. This program is 630 clock hours and offers 15-college credits from a regionally accredited institution.
Students will complete the following courses to earn an Undergraduate Certificate in Accounting.
BUS300 Introduction to Business
BUS440 Accounting Principles I
BUS442 Accounting Principles II
BUS314 Financial Accounting
BUS403 Managerial Accounting
What you Get
- Online digital textbook access and comprehensive online resources and assessments
- Access to highly qualified instructors that are experts in the field
- Freedom to complete courses at your own speed in a self-paced learning format
- Personalized career counseling
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Popular careers in Accounting include:
- Accounting Clerk
- Auditing Clerk
- Accounts Receivable Clerk
- Accounting Assistant
- Accounts Payable Clerk
- Payroll Clerk
Ready to get started today? Enroll Now or call Washington Online toll-free: 1-800-371-5581. *Courses start weekly, so there is no waiting to get started toward a new career.
The U.S. Department of Labor reports an annual median salary of $67,190 for accounting careers. SOURCE: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2016-17 Edition, Financial Analysts (May 10, 2016).
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Washington Technical Institute is Regionally accredited by the Middle States Association CESS, and licensed by the Minnesota Office of Higher Education as an institution of higher learning