Interested in becoming a CPA? Have your degree but lack all the classes you need?

Delaware Valley University’s courses in accounting help you earn the 30 credits needed beyond the bachelor’s degree required to sit for the CPA! There are currently more accounting positions in the United States than there are accountants. A new CPA will earn and an additional $10,000-$12,000 in starting salary over someone with a bachelor’s degree only.

Designed for maximum efficiency, the program can be completed in as little as 21 months, offering students the fastest, most convenient path to earning their credential. Fall and spring courses are 14 weeks long and offered in a variety of formats--day, evening and online, with summer classes accelerated and online for those who wish to study year-round.

Program Requirements: 30 credits

BA 2161  Business Law I
BA 2210  Microeconomics
BA 3029  Auditing
BA 3127  Finance
BA 3138  Intermediate Accounting I
BA 3239  Intermediate Accounting II
BA 4036  Federal Corporate Income Tax
BA 4144  Advanced Accounting
BA 4236  Federal Income Tax
BA 4242  Cost Accounting

Prerequisites: Bachelor's degree in any major, Accounting I, Accounting II, Macroeconomics
Total credits for certification: 30 credits

This credit certificate is available as a stand-alone program and to all undergraduate degree students to complete as part of their studies, regardless of their majors. Students should consult with their academic advisor about how the certificate courses can fit into their individual academic and career plans.

Visit myDelVal to search for upcoming sections. Applicants for the accounting program should complete the Office of Continuing and Professional and Studies Application for Degree Candidacy form. Questions? Please contact Stephanie Morace at 215.489.2904 or