University CVA Credentialing Program
For the past two decades business valuation has ranked as one of the most lucrative accounting and finance consulting niches for the top 100 accounting firms*.
NACVA’s globally recognized Certified Valuation Analyst® (CVA®) designation is the most widely recognized business valuation credential and the only business valuation credential accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies® (NCCA®) and the American National Standards Institute® (ANSI®).
Through the University CVA Program, NACVA collaborates with accounting, economic, and finance MBA schools to provide a comprehensive course on how to value private business enterprises. This turn-key program is drawn from NACVA’s Core Body of Knowledge for Business Valuations and the curriculum included in the world renowned Business Valuation Certification and Training Center. By aligning this content with the university’s existing degree programs MBA students are prepared for the CVA proctored exam and experience requirements which ultimately leads toward their earning the CVA designation. Sensitive to the financial concerns of university students NACVA has drastically reduced the membership and fee requirements for achieving the CVA.
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- University CVA Program Instructor Syllabus
- Business Valuation Fundamentals for CPAs and Other Advisors (free on-demand webcast)
- Interviews with emerging business valuation leaders Peter Agrapides, Melissa Bizyak, Lorenzo Carver, Mark Felton, and Lari Masten.
- University CVA Program Pricing
- Professors may attend the Business Valuation Certification and Training Center at no charge with school enrollment in the program.
Contact NACVA for additional information and enrollment.
NACVA Academician Membership is offered to academicians employed full-time by a college or university and desirous of the services and privileges of Association membership. Academician members recognize the important contributions the Association is making in the valuation and financial forensic sciences and want to show their support through membership and contributions of intellectual capital. Academician members enjoy all Association benefits and can apply for any of NACVA’s certifications as long as they meet its requirements.
*Accounting Today Top 100 Firms Survey
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