Business leaders depend on accurate financial information to make sound decisions about organizational performance.
With a Graduate Certificate in Managerial Accounting from Walden, you can learn how to effectively manage, analyze, and communicate complex financial data that drive business performance. The 12-credit certificate program focuses on core content areas critical to professionals in the field of accounting. The graduate-level curriculum includes courses on financial management best practices and tools, communication skills, legal and ethical issues, and more.
Whether you want to enhance your credentials, prepare for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam* or Certified Management Accountant (CMA) exam, or earn continuing education credits to maintain certain certifications, this graduate certificate can help you advance your career and add immediate value within your organization.
Credits earned in the certificate program can be applied toward Walden’s MS in Accounting program, which has earned Specialized Accounting Accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs. Master’s degree students can also apply for the embedded certificate after they successfully complete the specified certificate courses during the degree program.
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