By: Susan Cauble, Director of Graduate Accounting Programs
Tax season is finally over—and what a season it was with additional complexity added by the ACA and the FATCA. As you catch your breath, now is the perfect time to schedule your 2015 CPE courses.
Perhaps you haven’t heard: A graduate accounting course from the Kelley School of Business will fulfill your annual CPE requirements. In fact, one 3-credit course equals 45 CPE.
You can begin as early as May 13 in one of our six-week summer courses.
- Governmental and NFP Accounting (3 credits)
- International Taxation (3 credits)
- Taxation of NFP I (1.5 credits, online course)
And if your summer schedule is already committed (hopefully with some summer fun!), plan now for a fall course that starts August 24. All of these 3-credit courses meet one night a week on the IUPUI campus.
- Federal Estate and Gift Taxation
- Corporate Financial Reporting
- Partnership Taxation
- Corporate Taxation II
- Advanced Taxation: Entity Issues
- Advanced Auditing
We’ve heard from more than one CPA: Finding quality CPE can be challenging. A Kelley graduate accounting course is a dynamic, integrative experience. It connects you with other students and fosters an exchange of ideas you don’t get with CPE seminars. Call me biased, but I think Kelley faculty make all the difference. They are respected accounting professionals and leading researchers, like Professor Reed Smith (pictured above), whose scholarly interests include accounting information systems, auditing, and game theory.
I know you have many options for fulfilling your CPE, but I encourage you to consider a Kelley graduate accounting course this summer or fall. It’s an affordable and flexible solution backed by the reputation of the Kelley School of Business. I can help you schedule your first CPE course. Contact me at
email@example.com or (317) 274-3451.