CPASchool/Trainer:San Antonio, Texas, United States
Course format: Classroom
For candidates desiring to sit for the CPA Examination in Texas, the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy requires that the candidate has earned a baccalaureate or masters degree from an accredited institution of higher education recognized by the Board. Such degree or degrees must result in completion of 150 semester hours of college level coursework. The 150 hours must also include at least 30 hours of upper division accounting courses beyond principles, 24 hours of business related courses, 3 hours of board approved ethics, 2 hours of accounting or tax research, and 2 hours of accounting or business communication.
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