In order to be eligible to sit for the CPA examination in the state of Ohio, a candidate must have 24 semester hours of business courses plus 30 semester hours of accounting courses. This certificate is designed for the student to obtain the accounting courses to sit for the CPA exam. It will provide the pathway for a student who has earned a business bachelor's degree to transition to a career in accounting. If a student has a non-business bachelor's degree, they will also need to complete the CPA Exam Eligibility: Business Component certificate.
Employment opportunities in addition to accounting firms, exist in private business and industry as well as not-for profit and governmental organizations. Positions available to graduates include staff accountant, cost accountant, payroll accountant, auditor, tax accountant and financial analyst.
Completion of the CPA Exam Eligibility: Accounting Component certificate along with a business bachelor's degree will allow students to sit for the CPA exam in Ohio.
|ACC 1510||Computerized Accounting Systems||3|
|ACC 2101||Intermediate Accounting I||3|
|ACC 2102||Intermediate Accounting II||3|
|ACC 2211||Cost Accounting||3|
|ACC 2212||Managerial Accounting & Finance||3|
|ACC 2321||Federal Taxation||3|
|(ACC 2322 (Advanced Taxation) OR ACC 2510 (Advanced Accounting))||3|