Is CPA considered a degree or not?
It is not a degree, but a certification. The certification is awarded after the individual passes the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination and have met additional state education and experience requirements for certification as a CPA.
What sources can I use to determine if a person has received the degree of a CPA? Read More
I'm Indian resident. I have u.s. cpa degree. I wants to immigrate to Canada. Will the u.s. cpa degree be of any help in getting a job in Canada?
Here's the answer to your question : You could immigrate in Canada with your U.S. cpa degree but, you can't get a job with your u.s. cpa degree. The only way to get a job in Canada is to have an Canadian cpa degree or an Canadian passport. A CPA degree or a CPA license? An accounting degree is required to get the CPA license. I'm going to assume you have a CPA license. CPA… Read More
The minimum is a bachelor's degree in accounting. Some will pursue a CPA afterwards. The minimum is a bachelor's degree in accounting. Some will pursue a CPA afterwards. The minimum is a bachelor's degree in accounting. Some will pursue a CPA afterwards. The minimum is a bachelor's degree in accounting. Some will pursue a CPA afterwards. The minimum is a bachelor's degree in accounting. Some will pursue a CPA afterwards. The minimum is a bachelor's… Read More
It is not a degree at all. It is a certification. Read More
A CPA is a certified public accountant. Thus, it is a certification not a degree. The MBA is a master's degree in business administration. It is advanced coursework that follows a bachelor's degree. Read More
A CPA is a certified Public Accountant, while an MPA is a Master's in Public Administration. MPA is a graduate degree you can earn, CPA is a qualification you earn by passing the CPA Examination. Read More
Really, anyone can be a self-proclaimed accountant. This does not require any education. To become a CPA, or receive one's CPA designation, a bachelors (or in most states a master's degree) is required. Really, anyone can be a self-proclaimed accountant. This does not require any education. To become a CPA, or receive one's CPA designation, a bachelors (or in most states a master's degree) is required. Read More
To become a CPA. you need to have a bachelors and masters degree in accounting Read More
In order to be eligible to become a CPA, in most states you must have earned a bachelor's degree in accounting, as well as a Master's degree in either accounting or taxation. You then must pass an exam to become certified. Read More
Is cfa a good degree ? Is it so hard ? Read More
You do not need a master's degree to be a licensed CPA. You can do this with a bachelor's degree, with the appropriate prerequisite coursework and with a least one year of experience. However, each state is different and you would have to check with each to find out the specific requirements particular to that state. Read More
No - you could go on to a Doctoral level. Read More
"Accountant" is a fairly general term and might refer to anyone from a CPA to a bookkeeper. A bookkeeper may not need any formal education. Most accountant have at least an associate's degree, and many have a bachelor's degree in accounting. (To be a CPA you also need to take a test and be licensed by the state. See the link for "How to become a CPA?" to the right.) Read More
CPA's don't usually work in banks, they work for accounting firms. If a bank needs a CPA to perform a service, they go through the accounting firm. A finance degree is probably more appropriate for working in a bank, than an accounting degree/CPA license. Depending on experience and other factors, CPAs can make 50-100k/yr. Read More
What do you need to do if you have an associate's degree in accounting and you want to become a cpa?
The qualifications for a CPA vary from state to state. Typically, candidates have a bachelor's degree with coursework in accounting, business law, finance, economics, etc. Some states require at least one year experience within the field. You should check for the requirements as they are particular to the state you intend to take the CPA exam. Read More
All requirements to join Texas CPA are listed on their website. They include being of a good moral character, holding a degree and completing several relevant courses. Read More
A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) must have a bachelor's degree in most states. Several states require that the applicant have have 150 hours of education, which is in line with the recommendations of the AICPA (governing body). Thus, a CPA that is employed by the FBI will have the same requirements as a CPA that works anywhere else; however, the FBI is primarily interested in candidates with a master's degree. The most certain route to… Read More
Yes you can! Check with the CPA requirements within your state. You will need a number of credits, in accounting, economics, and business law in order to sit for the CPA Exam. To get licensed you will also need at least a year of accounting experience signed off by an active CPA. Also, you don't need a CPA license to become an accountant. Most accounting firms only require a bachelor's degree and 8 accounting courses… Read More
A bookkeeper may not need any formal education. Most accountant have at least an associate's degree, and many have a bachelor's degree in accounting. (To be a CPA you also need to take a test and be licensed by the state. See the link for "How to become a CPA?" to the right.) Read More
No, an internship is not required to take the CPA exam. In fact you don't even have to have an accounting degree, but in most states you do need about a year of experience to receive a CPA so even though you pass the exam, you may not necessarily be certified. The requirements depend on your state. Read More
The minimum requirement is a bachelor's degree. Read More
You would take the CPA exam to become a Certified Public Accountant. Read More
Bachelors degree, in most countries, and in the U.S. you need to pass the CPA exam. Read More
Yes. Whether you can get a certification such as CPA or a job afterwards may be a different issue. Read More
Why would applicants with cpa or masters degree be preferred over a person with just a bachelor's degree?
They have gone further in their education. As such they know more and have more information to work with. Read More
Why would an applicant with a CPA or Master's degree be preferred over a person with just a Bachelor's degree?
The company needs a worker who has the qualifications to complete certain skills. Read More
I dont no i am in the sixth grade you son of a bicth who do you think i am you idiots. Read More
Certified public accountant is a professional accountant who knows a lot about accounting & tax. Read More
Yes, a Doctorate or a Master are both considered a graduate degree. Read More
In most states a 4 year degree and approximately 2 years of CPA supervised work (mostly auditing) that will be attested to by the supervising CPA. Several years ago Maryland would certify without the experience. U.S. States post legislation online that regulate their State Board of Accountancy that is fully accessible by the public. Read More
to start at an accounting firm you generally need a college degree with at least 15 upper level accounting hours. you can start out doing general bookwork, taxes, or cpa level work. pay varies accordingly. advice? get accounting degree and cpa, go work for public accounting firm and you can write your own ticket. Read More
I have sheet of CPA stamps I can sell you. Read More
CPA or certified public accountant is the US professional designation for the accounting field. CPAs normally have a four year degree. They must pass a state board exam, and are issued a CPA by the State Board of Accountancy. There are also continuing eduction requirements. Read More
CPA stands for Computer Power and Applications. Read More
Becoming a CPA is one of the rewarding careers in this industry. After you finished your Bachelor's Degree in Accountancy, you will need to take a licensing exam to get certified. Necessary requirements are needed to be fulfill so you can have the eligibility in taking the actual licensing exam. Preparation brings sweat, tears and blood for aspiring students who wish to become a CPA someday. This is the reason why there are lots of… Read More
Yes, in Delaware. http://nasba.org/nasbaweb/NASBAWeb.nsf/wpecer?openform&stateabbrev=DE Read More
I've never heard of CPA, I've heard of GPA, but not CPA. Read More
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What do you need to do if you have an associate's degree in applied sciences and you want to become a CPA?
Talk with the counselor at a school that provides a Bachelor's degree in accounting. Some of the credits will help, but you should expect to take about 3 years worth of courses. Read More
CPA's don't work in banks. They work at accounting firms. A bachelor's degree with 150 credits is required in most states. Delaware only requires an associate's degree though. Read More
yes it does !! not many people in Nepal are CPA so the scope of CPA is very good .. i am doing business administration now and will do CPA too Read More
The associate degree is an undergraduate degree, as well as the bachelor's degree. Read More
Not only do you need a high school diploma, but you need a college degree, and preferably, to have passed the CPA exam for your state. Read More
That's easy it is only $80,000 yearly That's easy all you need is a bachelor's degree! Read More
"It's preferred that they be a Certified Forensic Accountant in which one has to have a bachelor's degree,a current CPA license and forensic accounting experience." Read More
A technical degree is basically bachelors done in either science, engineering, physics, computers etc. A degree done in administration, arts is not considered as a technical degree. Read More
The salary for a CPA depends on the location. I did some research on CPA salaries by state that you can refer to to get an idea of average salaries of a CPA position by date. You can also see the trends in job prospects and demand for CPA services. Read More
No. They are considered to grant the subject a Mastery of a field, but are not considered a "Professional Degree". Law, Medicine, Dentistry, Theology, Veterinary Medicine and Pharmacy are considered doctoral professional degrees, because they allow for practice in a profession. Read More