Our certificate programs help develop the broad competencies needed to excel in today's business world. Students, small business owners, and professionals alike can boost their résumés and retool their current skill set in order to advance in their careers. Unlike most certificate programs, completed program credits can be applied toward more information below about GBC's certificate programs.
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Business Essentials Certificate
The Business Essentials Certificate is designed for students who lack the time to commit to a full-time degree program. Basic fundamentals will be addressed, giving students an introduction to key business concepts. This program is ideal for those without a degree, or who completed a degree years ago, who are now looking to update or enhance their resume for entry-level employment.
Microsoft Office Suite Plus Certificate
Technology is evolving faster than ever before. Organizations need skilled employees who are competent and confident with the latest technology. For many businesses Microsoft Office skills are no longer a luxury, but an absolute necessity. Individuals seeking entry into the business world can meet this demand with the Microsoft Office Suite Plus Certificate.
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Accounting
The Certificate in Accounting is designed for students who have completed a Bachelor's degree in another field of business study. The curriculum is comprised of the courses specific to the B.S. in Accounting and also the course work that satisfies the requirements for the Delaware C.P.A. examination. Taken in addition to the 120+ credit hours required for a Bachelor's degree, this certificate program will provide the student with the credit hours necessary to satisfy the C.P.A. requirements of 150 credit hours of college course work. The full certificate totals 36 credit hours, and is comprised of twelve classes, up to six of which may be transferred in from other accredited programs.
Each class is only $800!
Accounting 150-Hour Certificate
The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) now recommend that all states require 150 college credit hours in order to sit for the CPA exam.
Goldey-Beacom's Accounting 150 Certificate Program will be tailored for each student to assure he or she completes the number of credits required to sit for the exam, while taking courses in such areas as Business Ethics, International Business Management, and accounting. Credits also may be earned in courses outside the business area.