The AICPA collaborates with a number of other organizations who also provide information and programs for the accounting education community.
Published on January 01, 2010
Integrating Fraud Education Into the Financial Accounting Course
Central Themes of Financial Reporting: Valuation, Recognition, and Disclosure Financial Statement Analysis Cash and Receivables Other Operating Assets Operating Obligations Property, Equipment, and Intangible Assets Revenue Recognit
Published on April 28, 2010
AICPA Membership for Educators and Students
The AICPA offers different types of membership to meet your and your students' needs. Find out more about AICPA memberships.
Published on November 07, 2013
Pathway to Academia Webcast Panelists
This webcast features individuals who have made the transition and discuss how they landed their first teaching opportunity, qualifications to teach at the collegiate level, etc.
Published on April 13, 2015
The Pathways Commission
The AAA and the AICPA formed a Commission to study the future structure and content of accounting education. The Pathways Commission’s purpose is to fulfill the goals of that recommendation and to consider the other ACAP human capital recommendations.
Published on December 10, 2010
George Krull/Grant Thornton Innovation in Junior and Senior-Level Teaching Award
The George Krull/Grant Thornton Innovation in Junior and Senior Level Teaching Award recognizes the successful innovative practices in the teaching of junior- and senior-level accounting courses.
Published on April 06, 2015
The Pre-certification Education Executive Committee (PcEEC)
The PcEEC Committee assists the academic community in preparing students with the core competencies needed for entry into the accounting profession by recommending continuous improvements in curricula, instructional materials and pedagogy.
Published on April 17, 2015
Community - Accounting Education
"Links to the AICPA teams, committees, and strategic alliances that support the accounting education community in direct and indirect ways. "
Published on April 17, 2015
Fraud victims assistance programs bring real-world cases into the classroom
Illegal acts such as these can send many small businesses and not-for-profit organizations into a tailspin. Some enterprising accounting professors have found a solution: enlist college students, a group of technologically savvy and eager learners, to help these fraud victims find justice.
Published on April 14, 2015
Kenneth Merchant honored with AICPA Distinguished Achievement in Accounting Education Award
The AICPA recognizes Kenneth A. Merchant, Ph.D. as the 2014 Distinguished Achievement Award recipient for demonstrated excellence in accounting education as a full-time college accounting professor.
Published on April 20, 2015