As of Jan. 1, 2023, candidates can sit for the CPA Exam upon completing 120 semester credits without a degree being conferred. Learn more about recent CPA Law changes in Pennsylvania.
Candidates have 18 months to pass all four parts of the exam from when the first section is passed.
The Uniform CPA Exam is administered by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA).
Prospective applicants can have their courses pre-evaluated to find out if they are on the right track. While these pre-evaluations are advisory in nature, they can help determine if additional coursework may be needed.
All educational credentials earned outside the United States must be evaluated by one of the following professional credential evaluation organizations to show U.S. equivalency:
The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) administers the Uniform CPA Examination. It collects information about candidates, distributes advisory scores, and maintains a database of candidate records.
Visit www.nasba.org for CPA Exam information and an application. Follow NASBA's Exam News for CPA Exam score releases.