Accounting and Tax Seminars
Cal State L.A.’s Accounting and Tax seminars has a history of over 30 years in presenting current, topical information for tax practitioners, including CPAs, auditors, attorneys, and accounting managers. The seminars are presented by leading practitioners and experts in their respective fields in the format of one-half day, full-day, and five or more full-day programs. The program, offered up to four times per year on five or more consecutive Saturdays, strives to be affordable, convenient, and timely. The seminars qualify for the continuing professional education credit (CPE and MCLE) of both the California State Board of Accountancy and the State Bar of California.
Who Can Enroll?
The classes are designed as professional continuing education for accountants, attorneys, auditors, tax managers, and pension specialists. However, there are no prerequisites and anyone seeking information on current issues in taxation and accounting may enroll.
The program cost varies. Please click on the brochure link for an updated Accounting and Tax Seminars brochure.
Courses will meet on Saturdays from 8:30 a.m to 4:00 p.m., exact dates to be determined each quarter.
These sessions have been approved for the MCLE credit by the State Bar of California for 6.75 hours per all-day session. Total MCLE: 33.75 hours. Provider number: 1574
Accountants and Auditors:
These sessions satisfy 40 of the 80 hours required every two years for California (requirements vary for other states [see Rule 87 of Article 12 of California State Board of Accountancy]).
For more information please contact the College of Extended Studies and International Programs (CESIP) at California State University, Los Angeles, at (323) 343-4916; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Advisement and Information
Richard T. Lau
Associate Professor of Accounting
Coordinator of Professional Development
College of Extended Studies and International Programs (CESIP)
E-mail: agutier@cslanet. calstatela.edu
Non-credit refund policy
Spring registration begins on February 18, 2014