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New Accounting and Bookkeeping Undergraduate Certificate Program at Bryan University

Bryan University is happy to announce our new Accounting and Bookkeeping Undergraduate Certificate program

This program will prepare students with the skills and knowledge for a growing industry. Through 2032, the United States is expected to add another 183,900 jobs for bookkeeping, accounting, and tax professionals1. With our program, you will be job-ready post-graduation!

Our students will gain valuable skills employers need, such as the ability to: 

  • Communicate effectively with supervisors, peers, or subordinates by telephone, in written form, e-mail, or in person
  • Perform basic accounting calculations for cash management, payroll, and tax reporting using business software
  • Critically analyzing and applying problem-solving and logical thinking skills to a variety of bookkeeping and accounting tasks 
  • Demonstrate compliance with federal, state, and company policies, procedures, and regulations 

As no-cost benefits to all Bryan U accounting students, the following items are included in tuition:

  • Preparation for the Microsoft Excel Specialist exam – one attempt included in tuition 
  • Preparation for the National Association of Certified Public Bookkeepers in Tax Certification exam – one exam attempt included in tuition 
  • All your books, courseware, and software 

Student engagement and support services are available throughout the program. Connect with faculty, peers, and industry experts who will provide support, expand your professional network, and celebrate your success along the way. 

The faculty and staff of Bryan University are thrilled to bring this new program offering to current and prospective students and welcome all to learn more by visiting the Accounting and Bookkeeping Undergraduate Certificate program page today. Whether you’re looking to start a new career or enhance your existing skills, don’t miss this incredible opportunity. Take the next step and start your career today!

  1. Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks, at (visited April 22, 2024). Also online at Note that job market conditions are dynamic and can change. This data is not intended to predict the market conditions that will be present when you graduate from your program and may differ based on your geographic location and other factors. ↩︎

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