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University Certificate in Accounting learning outcomes

As a result of completing this program, students should be able to

  • demonstrate a basic understanding of technical and theoretical aspects of the accounting field, including financial accounting, cost analysis, microeconomics and macroeconomics, commercial law and statistics, in order to obtain credit transfer that meets the educational requirements of the CPA professional accounting association.
  • demonstrate ethical values, global awareness and technological skills in identifying problems and issues as well as making decisions related to business problems.
  • recognize that the body of knowledge in the field of accounting and business is continually evolving, as is the legal and regulatory environment within which accounting is performed.

Possible Career Options

  • Bookkeeper
  • Accounting Clerk
  • Accounts Payable Clerk
  • Accounts Receivable Clerk
  • Audit Clerk
  • Billing Clerk
  • Budget Clerk
  • Costing Clerk
  • Deposit Clerk
  • Finance Clerk
  • Freight-Rate Clerk
  • Income Tax Return Preparer
  • Invoice Clerk
  • Ledger Clerk
  • Tax Clerk
  • Actuarial Clerk
  • Bank Clerk
  • Credit Clerk
  • Dental Claims Clerk
  • Dividend Calculation Clerk
  • Insurance Clerk
  • Insurance Rater
  • Ledger Control Clerk
  • Loan Clerk
  • Mortgage Clerk
  • Premium Rater
  • Real Estate Clerk
  • Securities Clerk
  • Benefits Officer
  • Pay Advisor
  • Pay and Benefits Administrator
  • Pay and Benefits Clerk
  • Pay Clerk
  • Payroll Clerk
  • Payroll Officer
  • Salary Administration Officer

Updated December 09, 2021 by Digital & Web Operations (