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The state of Maryland requires candidates for the CPA examination to have completed 150 college-level credits and obtained a bachelor’s degree in any area of study. As part of the 150 credit requirement, candidates must have completed specific business, accounting, ethics, and communication courses.
This certificate is designed for students who have a baccalaureate degree in majors other than accounting who are attempting to sit for the CPA exam. The Lower-Level CPA Exam Qualification Certificate includes all required coursework to sit for the CPA exam.
Students who meet the requirements for the CPA examination and subsequently pass this exam will be in a position to receive the most prestigious jobs in the field of accounting.
According to the 2012-2013 Occupational Outlook Handbook, employment of accountants is expected to grow 16% through 2020. Furthermore, data from the state of Maryland’s Job Outlook: 2004 – 2014 projects employment for accountants and auditors in the Susquehanna workforce area to grow at a rate of 64.5 percent, the fourth highest growth rate of occupations in the area.
Accounting classes are taught in several Bel Air Hall classrooms. Additionally, the accounting program has a separate accounting lab in Bel Air Hall (room 209) monitored by an accounting lab assistant who provides tutoring and related support to accounting students.
Prof. James Baker
Advising, Career, and Transfer Services
Maryland Board of Public Accountancy
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