Lee University’s Department of Business will begin its Fall CPA Review Program, a public seminar to prepare for the CPA exam, this August in Lee’s Walker Memorial Building.
An intensive four-month program, the CPA Review will commence on Aug. 14, and end on Dec. 8. Classes will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-10 p.m.
The program will be taught in four different sessions. Session 1 on Business Environment and Concepts will start the program in August and end on Sept. 4. Session 2, covering Regulation, will begin Sep. 6 and run to Oct. 2. Session 3, which covers Auditing and Attestation will begin Oct. 4 and conclude on Oct. 25. The fourth and final session, Financial Accounting & Reporting, will start Oct. 30 and end the program on Dec. 8.
The CPA Review Program cost, excluding materials, is $1,500, and the course will be using the 41st Edition of the BISK CPA Review (a four-volume set for $625).
“Though the economy might be returning slowly, this certification will add value to, and accelerate a participant’s career,” said Gregory Della Franco, assistant professor of accounting at Lee. “This is not for matriculating Lee students. We’ve designed this for members of our community who wish to get top-notch, on-site instruction and get ready to pass the exam within the year.”
Mr. Della Franco, who joined the Lee faculty in 2005, has more than 30 years of professional experience in the accounting field. He holds a CFE, CPA, MBA, and is currently pursuing a doctorate at Argosy University.
For more information, visit www.leeuniversity.edu/cpa. To register, contact Mr. Della Franco at 614-8667 or email@example.com.