If you are planning to take the certified public accountant (CPA) exam, make sure you’re aware of the educational requirements of the state in which you intend to sit for the exam, as they may vary.
To become a CPA in Massachusetts, you must complete 120 hours of education before taking the exam, as well as an additional 30 hours of post-exam education. We offer several programs that can help you fulfill these requirements:
- A four-year undergraduate accounting degree qualifying you to sit for the CPA exam
- Masters degree programs leading to both an undergraduate and master’s degree, such as the BS/MBA
- Post-baccalaureate or graduate certificates that can be combined with a Bachelor of Science