Education is only one of the requirements for CPA licensure, and graduation from the MAcc program is not the same as becoming a CPA. Although the requirements vary from state to state, there are generally “three Es” of becoming a CPA:
For details on Utah’s CPA licensure requirements, see the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) or the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing. Becker Prefessional Education also has a useful state-by-state reference guide to CPA requirements.
This Way to CPA is an another resource that provides detailed information on how to prepare for and complete the CPA exam, the benefits of licensure, other certification requirements and how to plan for your career.
Connect with your academic advisor to learn more about becoming a CPA and to plan your MAcc experience to best prepare you for this career path.