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FFMCP Accounting Associate Track

Gain an introductory understanding of Federal accounting techniques and procedures along with the practical skills needed to stay on top of this rapidly changing field. This track is designed for individuals who work in or with the accounting function and want to gain, strengthen, or update their knowledge, skills, and effectiveness in this critical area.

FFMCP Accounting Master Track

Gain a thorough understanding of Federal accounting techniques and procedures along with the practical skills needed to stay on top of this rapidly changing field. This track is designed for seasoned individuals who work in or with the accounting function and want to gain, strengthen, or update their knowledge, skills, and effectiveness in this critical area.

Core Courses

Elective Courses

Choose five courses total.

Accounting-Specific:

Additional Electives of Interest:

These are financial management courses from disciplines outside of accounting that are essential to managing accounting programs and activities.

Skills for Professional Growth:

FFMCP Performance Auditing Associate Track

Acquire foundational knowledge and build the introductory skills critical to effective engagement in audit activities in today’s accountability-driven, performance-focused environment. This track is designed for individuals who work as or with auditors and want to learn and apply the latest auditing techniques to support program efficiency and effectiveness.

FFMCP Performance Auditing Master Track

Acquire advanced foundational knowledge and build the general skills critical to effective engagement in audit activities in today’s accountability-driven, performance-focused environment. This track is designed for seasoned individuals who work as or with auditors and want to learn and apply the latest auditing techniques to support program efficiency and effectiveness.

Core Courses

Elective Courses

Choose five courses total. You must have a minimum of two Skills for Professional Growth courses and a minimum of three Auditing-Specific/Additional Electives of Interest courses.

Auditing-Specific:

Additional Electives of Interest:

These are courses from disciplines outside of auditing that are essential to managing auditing programs and activities.

Skills for Professional Growth:

FFMCP Budgeting Associate Track

Learn the latest policies and how to develop, execute, monitor, and adjust budgets to meet Federal guidelines. This track is designed for individuals who work in budgeting or deal with the budget and want to develop their skills to make effective use of government resources.

FFMCP Budgeting Master Track

Further your understanding of the latest policies and learn how to develop, execute, monitor, and adjust budgets to meet Federal guidelines. This track is designed for seasoned individuals who work in budgeting or deal with the budget and want to develop their skills to make effective use of government resources.

Core Courses

Elective Courses

Choose five courses total.

Budgeting-Specific:

Additional Electives of Interest:

These are courses from disciplines outside of budgeting that are essential to managing budgeting programs and activities.

Skills for Professional Growth:

FFMCP Financial Management Associate Track

This track is designed for individuals who want to improve their job performance by developing a broad understanding of budgeting, accounting, and the legal and effective use of appropriated funds.

FFMCP Financial Management Master Track

This track is designed for seasoned individuals who want to advance their career by developing a broad understanding of budgeting, accounting, and the legal and effective use of appropriated funds.

Core Courses

Elective Courses

Choose five courses total. You must have a minimum of two Skills for Professional Growth courses.

Financial Management-Specific:

These are financial management courses that are essential to managing budgeting programs and activities.

Additional Electives of Interest:

Skills for Professional Growth:

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