Set your career trajectory to gain a competitive edge with Capella's online Graduate Certificate in Accounting CPA Pathway. This 5-course graduate certificate incorporates the Wiley CPAexcel® exam preparation program into the curriculum. You'll get everything you need to prepare for your CPA exam, plus earn college credits you can apply to a full Capella MBA Accounting program.
Gain knowledge in audit, taxation, ethics and business law, and financial cost accounting while you receive support from Capella's experienced faculty. Move confidently toward a sought-after position in a profession projected to grow 13% by 2022*.
Even after graduation, you'll retain access to Wiley CPAexcel® materials and support until you pass all four test modules. With the proven Wiley Efficent Learning platform, 9 of 10 students pass the CPA exam.
Our enrollment counselors specializing in accounting and business have a wealth of information about how this certificate is beneficial in meeting your career goals. They can match Capella curriculum with the educational requirements you need to sit for the CPA exam in your state. Contact us today, and we'll help you move forward.
*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Accountants and Auditors
Capella and The Wall Street Journal: A collaboration that works for you
Capella University has teamed with The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) to offer business students full digital access* to the most timely, relevant business news, enhancing your academic experience and giving you a competitive edge in your career.
The annual Capella Business Leader Award, sponsored by WSJ, helps inspire our students to reach their potential. Each year, three eligible business students are recognized as business leaders and given the opportunity to visit Wall Street, the epicenter of U.S. business. The 2016 award recipients will travel to New York City to visit WSJ headquarters, meet with Dow Jones Talent Development leaders, and much more.
*To be eligible for full digital access to WSJ.com, students must have successfully completed their first course and be currently enrolled.