Steps to Becoming a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Patricia Hartman Director of Examination Operations NASBA The Credential - CPA CPA is a credential conferred by a state or similar governmental jurisdiction that authorized the holder to practice as a a CPA in that jurisdiction.
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Patricia HartmanDirector of Examination OperationsNASBA
The Uniform CPA Examination (AICPA)The Uniform Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Examination is designed to assess the knowledge and skills entry-level CPAs need to practice public accountancy. It is a 14- hour computer-based tests comprised of four sections:
Be a resident of Nebraska; or
Have a place of business in Nebraska; or
Be regularly employed in Nebraska.
Meet the educational requirements as outlined at www.nasba.org
Nebraska’s Educational Requirements (AICPA)Successful completion of at least 150 semester (225 quarter) hours of postsecondary academic credit and earned a baccalaureate or higher degree from a college or university to include: