Do you plan to sit for the CPA exam?

Baker can help you complete your requirements.

These CPA-completion courses have been developed specifically for accounting students planning to sit for the CPA exam. These courses will help you reach the 150 semester hours required by Kansas and Missouri boards of accountancy.

These online courses offer flexibility and convenience combined with additional instructional support through optional face-to-face time with the instructor.


Auditing | Jan. 6

BSA 4706 | (3 credit hours) 

Students study a general overview of the auditing function and the audit cycle. Through real-world examples, students gain knowledge of how auditing influences company policy and behavior, including risk assessment, internal controls, and Sarbanes-Oxley regulations.

Business Law | Feb. 17

BSA 4703 | (3 credit hours)

Business Law focuses on the business ethics and business law portions of the regulation section of the CPA exam, specifically dealing with concepts regarding independence and due care, liability and legal responsibility, agency law, contracts, debtor-creditor relationships, government regulation of business, and business structures.

Not-for-Profit & Government Accounting | March 30

BSA 4707 |  (3 credit hours)

Not-for-Profit and Government Accounting explores the concepts, principles, and unique needs of nonprofit and governmental accounting. Course work examines fund accounting rather than financial accounting, focusing on resource allocation rather than profitability.

Operations Management Information Systems | June 22

BSA 4705 | (3 credit hours)

In this course, students will explore the fundamental concepts and business practices that are central to sustaining industry. Students are introduced to conventional theories and current trends in the disciplines of operations management and the systems that support information technology. Course content provides solid groundwork for those students preparing for the CPA exam.

Seminar in Accounting | Aug. 10

BSA 4708 | (3 credit hours)

This course examines accounting and tax issues not covered in previous accounting courses. Particular attention is paid to current accounting issues challenging practitioners. Specific topics will vary from year to year as accounting standards evolve to handle a challenging business environment.


  • You must have completed an undergraduate degree or be in the process of doing so and be able to provide documentation that you are in good academic standing in your current program of study at another regionally accredited institution.
  • It is strongly encouraged that you have successfully completed Intermediate Accounting 1 and Intermediate Accounting 2. 
  • If you are not a Baker student, you must complete this online application.


To enroll in one of these classes and move one step closer to the CPA exam, contact Stephanie Jennings at  



School of Professional and Graduate Studies
Stephanie Jennings
913.491.4432 | 800. 955.7747

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