The road to becoming a certified public accountant (CPA) is a serious of carefully followed steps. Most states require CPA candidates complete at least 150 semester hours of accounting study to become eligible for licensing. Approximately 120 hours are accrued via a traditional bachelor’s degree program. The additional required hours are often accrued through coursework completed in specific topics of accounting. Students may choose a fifth year bachelor’s program or continue education toward earning a master’s degree to satisfy eligibility for the CPA examination requirements.
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This is the first of three courses in intermediate accounting. These courses are designed to extend a student's knowledge of financial accounting practices. The first course focuses on understanding the theoretical framework that provides the foundations for the development of various accounting standards, regulations and practices. This followed by a review of the accounting cycle, including adjusting, correcting, reversing, and closing entries. Students will learn how to prepare accurate and complex financial statements including required disclosures that must accompany an organization's income statement, balance sheet and statement of cash flows; and how time value of money impacts the recording of various transactions. The course concludes with a presentation of techniques to analyze income measurement and profitability analysis.