Earn a career-boosting accounting graduate certificate.

Courses are taught by College of Business accounting professors and are designed to increase students' expertise and marketability.

You’ll study accounting ethics, forensic accounting, fraud auditing, and leading best-practice information technologies used in organizational accounting systems worldwide.

You can earn a stand-alone certificate, or add two more required courses onto the certificate to become a CPA in Colorado. Every credit you earn meets Colorado CPA licensure requirements, including coursework in advanced auditing and accounting ethics.

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Certificate at a Glance
Delivery: Online or on campus*
Length: Can be completed in one semester
Tuition: $842 per credit for 2018-2019
Credits: 9
Certificate awarded:

Graduate Certificate in Accounting Ethics and Auditing

*You may attend on campus only if you are admitted to an on-campus degree program.
†Additional University fees may apply. Colorado State University reserves the right to change tuition rates without notice. Tuition rates – based on academic years – are subject to increase on an annual basis. All prices refer to U.S. currency. See the Gainful Employment Disclosure.
‡Additional prerequisite coursework may be required.

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Graduate Certificates

The graduate certificate in accounting ethics and auditing is offered by the College of Business Department of Accounting.