School Treasurer Licensure
Through Walsh Unviersity's School Treasurer licensure program, students develop the knowledge, skills and dispositions that are critical to success as a school treasurer. Section 3313.22 of the Ohio Revised Code (ORC) requires that public school district boards of education hire a school district treasurer/CFO. Upon completion of this program (3 credit hours of school law, 3 credit hours of school finance and 300 hours of an internship*), candidates can apply for a school treasurer license through the Ohio Department of Education and be well prepared for these employment opportunities.
* In place of a supervised 300-hour school treasurer internship, it is possible to utilize two years of significant, global fiscal officer responsibility in an organizational setting. Please read the specific requirements and obtain the ODE approval.
- A baccalaureate degree in business
- OR -
- A baccalaureate degree in a non-business area plus
- Nine semester hours in accounting
Admission Requirements for Walsh University
- Notarized Affidavit of Good Moral Character
- All official transcripts (either directly from school or in a sealed envelope)
- Interview with the Director of Graduate Education Studies
Aditional requirements if applying to master's program as well:
- Recommendation forms from three references
- A writing sample from a provided prompt
- GPA above 2.99 else GRE/MAT required
Please be aware that there is no federal financial aid available for non-degree-seeking programs.