The accounting certificate program provides a solid foundation, essential skills, and applied experience in an expertise in high demand across public, private, and not-for-profit sectors. The six-course curriculum covers essentials of financial accounting, resource management, business decision-making, and more.
Career Outlook: Accounting, Resource Management, Financial Analyst
Complete all of the following courses:
|ADAC 3085||Managerial Cost Analysis|
|ADAC 3083||Intermediate Accounting I|
|ADAC XXXX||Federal Taxation|
|ADAC 3084||Intermediate Accounting II|
Complete one of the following courses:
|ADAC 4085||Intermediate Accounting III|
|ADAC XXXX||Nonprofit and Public Accounting|
|ADAC 3125||Financial Statement Analysis|
How to Apply
Below are the official admissions requirements for this program:
- Online application*
- Academic transcripts: submit one of the following:
- Official high school degree
- Official GED
- Official college/university transcript
- Personal Statement (500 - 750 words)
- Resume (optional)
- Application fee ($45 check or money order payable to Boston College - Please do not send cash)
Applications for Professional Studies Certificates are accepted on a rolling basis.
*Current Woods College degree students interested in adding a certificate to their plan of study should not use the online application. Declare your certificate here.