If you completed Not-for-Profit Certificate I, then the credits for
this track would be considered duplicates and not count toward your 80 credit
Gather a comprehensive foundation in GAAP reporting
that apply to each of the major transaction cycles of a not-for-profit entity including accounting
for contributions, endowments, split-interest agreements, fair value measurement, programmatic investments,
functional classification of expenses, classification of net
assets, and financial statement presentation. There are 12
courses in this certificate program.
- Apply the not-for-profit industry-specific guidance
in the FASB ASC
- Identify the proper accounting treatment for typical
transactions of not-for-profit entities
- Recognize the financial statement presentation and disclosure requirements
that apply to not-for-profit entities
Who will it benefit from this certificate?
- CPA and non-CPA staff at small to mid-sized firms who
perform not-for-profit financial reporting engagements, including partners and
managers at these firms who wish to enter the not-for-profit industry and need a basic
understanding of the sector.
- Board members and financial or non-financial staff members at
not-for-profit organizations who are new to not-for-profits or who wish to expand on
their understanding of the fundamental financial management issues that are
unique to not-for-profits. A basic understanding of accounting is