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last updated 10/17/2014
|Social Security Number Requirement:||Yes|
|Education Requirement for Licensure||Prior to 7/1/2014: B.A. Degree. On or After 7/1/2014: 150 hours (including B.A. Degree).|
|Participates in International Examination Program||Yes|
|Hours in accounting:||Prior to 7/1/2014: B.A. Degree plus 30 semester hours or equivalent quarter hours of accounting, auditing and related subjects. On and After 7/1/2014: 150 hours (including B.A. Degree) plus 42 semester hours or equivalent quarter hours of accounting, auditing and related subjects.|
|Exam sitting requirements:||B.A. or completion of B.A. within 60 days|
|Experience requirements:||Effective prior to 7/1/2014: 2 years experience: B.A. degree. The experience shall include public accounting experience and must include 500 hours of attest, of which no less than 200 hours must be related to the audit function. Effective on 7/1/2014: 1 year experience: 150 hours (B.A. degree). The experience shall include public accounting experience and must include 500 hours of attest, of which no less than 200 hours must be related to the audit function|
|Ethics exam:||Must complete a course of study in professional ethics for accountants acceptable to the Board|
Education requirement will change effective July 1, 2014 to 150 hours (including B.A.)
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