To become a public accountant, you must meet specific qualifications for your employer and the type of accounting job you want to fill. An associate’s degree in accounting is sufficient for most entry-level public accounting positions. However, if you want to obtain your certified public accountant (CPA) designation, then you need at least a bachelor’s degree in accounting in addition to passing the multi-part CPA exam to earn your state certification. The exam covers topics like audit and attestation, financial accounting and reporting, regulation, and business environment and concepts.
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