Do I need to take classes on accounting from a Regionally Accredited College before I am able to take the exam for becoming a CPA?
- JohnLv 52 months ago
To be a CPA, there is now a 5 year college education requirement. At the minimum, you need to take courses which your state board of accountancy determines to be the equivalent of an accounting degree. Those would include at least 18 credits in accounting, and 6 in business law. The exact requirements would be on your state board of accountancy website.
- Dj2541Lv 72 months ago
You just cant take the exam for a CPA, it is a process of professional accreditation which takes at least 12 months. Assuming that you have the qualifications to apply? A Bachelor of Commerce degree?