What kind of college should you attend to become an accountant?
Any college that offers a degree in accounting. Accounting courses are typically taught in the College of Business in a university. To become a Certified Public Accountant, you need a degree and experience before applying to take the exams.
Truly you don't even need to go to college to be an accountant. Anyone can be one, there is no rules to say if you are or are not. But that's the same with a builder, anyone can be one although it does not guarantee that you are a good one. To be a good accountant you should look up subjects requirements for CA or CPA qualification entrance and do those because then you will…
In order to be an account in the United States you must be a CPA. Being a CPA means that you have a degree from an accredited college/university and have passed the Certified Public Accountant exam. There are other categories of accountants, but each one has it's own qualifying exams which need to be passed before someone can become an accountant. http://www.accountingdegree.com/what-kind-of-certification-and-training-do-accountants-need/
Well, to become a nurse, you have go through elementary, middle, and high school. Then, you can plan to attend a college or university and attend that college or university then you will be able to become a nurse. Of course, however, when your middle and high school, you must: 1.) have perfect attendance 2.) never be truant 3.) behave yourself & 4.) continuously get good grades in all of your subjects (classes).
No, but your grades will need to be good enough to get you into college to study for an accounting degree. You can visit the college online and see what courses you would be taking and the prerequisites needed. High school accounting, math courses, and business courses should help you in the future.