Accounting Certificate

The Accounting Certificate you to be junior accountants, accounting associates, accounting clerks, bank tellers, credit analysts, auditing clerks and tax professionals. Job opportunities exist in accounting firms, manufacturing companies, financial institutions, insurance companies, service companies, not-for-profit and governmental entities. Salaries range from $30,000 to $61,630, in the middle half of accounting occupations. Growth is expected to be 10% to 20% over the next ten years.

What you need to know about getting your Accounting Certificate (CIP 520301)

Occupations that Accounting Certificate prepares you for
Occupation and Occupational Profile Link SOC Code
Accountants and Auditors 13-2011
Budget Analysts 13-2031
Credit Analysts 13-2041
Financial Examiners 13-2061
Tax Examiners, Collectors, and Revenue Agents 13-2081
Business Teachers, Postsecondary 25-1011
Additional Accounting Certificate Costs
Expense Cost
Fees $451.00
Books and supplies $2,690.00
Total Expenses $3,141.00
Total Accounting Certificate Costs
  in-district out-of-district out-of-state international
Tuition $3,360.00 $10,923.85 $13,767.60 $13,767.60
Additional Accounting Certificate Costs $3,141.00 $3,141.00 $3,141.00 $3,141.00
Program Total $6,501.00 $14,064.85 $16,908.60 $16,908.60
Accounting Certificate Completion Data
Completers in fiscal year 2013 4
Proportion Completing in Normal Time 0.00%
Median loan debt incurred by students who completed the program
Type of Loan Loan Amount
Title IV Loans $0.00
Private Loans $0.00
Institutional Payments $0.00