Post Graduate Degree Certificates

Post Graduate Degree Certificates

The Dolan School's Certificate programs for Advanced Study (C.A.S.) provide opportunities for qualified professionals to enhance their competency and update their skills in the specialized areas of:

  • Accounting
  • Taxation

The 15-credit program is designed to provide a complete integration between the theory and practice of contemporary business. The C.A.S. programs are suitable for working professionals who have already earned a graduate degree, but whose responsibilities are currently or are expected to be in a particular specialty and desire greater depth of academic preparation in that subject area, or for individuals outside of the area who desire to understand multifunctional thinking in order to compete effectively in the marketplace.

Program Requirements

The program requires completion of the subject area's required course plus four additional elective courses, for a total of 15 credits in the area of specialization. All programs of study are planned with the help of the director of graduate programs and consider the interests and goals of the participant.

Candidates for the certificate are to complete all requirements within three years of beginning their course work. They are expected to make some annual progress toward the certificate in order to remain in good standing. A candidate who elects to take a leave of absence must notify the dean in writing.

Grades and academic average computation are identical to those of the MBA and M.S. programs. Certificates are awarded to candidates who complete their programs with at least a 3.00 overall grade point average.

Course Offerings

Accounting

Required Concentration Course

Research on Contemporary Issues in Accounting OR Issues in Regulatory Reporting Environment 

Elective Concentration Courses

Accounting Information for Decision-Making

International Accounting

Accounting for Governments, Hospitals and Universities

Accounting Information Systems and Technology

Audit Issues in a Global Environment

Issues in Accounting Ethics

Issues in Internal Audit

Financial Statement Analysis

Forensic Accounting

Independent Study in Accounting

*Accounting CAS requires undergraduate major, or its equivalent, in Accounting.

 

Taxation

Required Concentration Courses

Tax Planning

Elective Concentration Courses

Tax Research 
Tax Accounting 
Taxation of Property Transactions 
Entity Taxation I 
Advanced Topics in Entity Taxation
Estate and Gift Taxation 
Partnership Taxation
State and Local Taxation 
Tax Practice and Procedure
Contemporary Topics on Taxation

*Tax CAS requires undergraduate major, or its equivalent, in Accounting. In addition, must have completed at least one graduate-level taxation course. 

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