A certified public accountant (CPA) in today's environment must not only have a high level of technical competence and a sense of commitment to service, but must also have good communications and analytical skills, and the ability to work well with people. Employers are looking for individuals who have the ability to analyze and evaluate complex business problems and the interpersonal skills and maturity to make decisions in a client- and customer-service environment. To obtain the required body of knowledge and to develop the skills and abilities needed to be successful CPAs, students should complete 150 semester hours of education. (Source: AICPA)
Learn the following:
- Why 150 Hours?
- How to Meet the Requirements
- States with the Requirement
- FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) on 150 hours