Indiana CPA Requirements

To obtain CPA licensure, you must meet the three Es: Education, Experience, and Exam. Following are the specific requirements for examination and licensing in Indiana.

 

The Bachelor of Science in Accounting (BSAC) program alone does not meet the education requirements to be licensed in Indiana. The combination of the BSAC and the Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets the education requirements for CPA examination and licensure.  Students must complete the following to be eligible to sit for the examination and to be licensed.

 

Education Requirements for CPA Examination and Licensure

Degree

Baccalaureate or higher degree from a regionally accredited university.

Accounting Coursework 

24 semester hours to include coverage of financial accounting, auditing, taxation, and cost accounting.

Business Coursework

24 semester hours in business related subjects.

Ethics Coursework

Not required

Total Credit Hours

150 semester hours

 

Exam

Prior to Sitting for the Uniform CPA Exam

Must have completed the degree requirement and the accounting and business course requirements.

Application Documents

Application documents found on board website.

 

Experience

Minimum Work Experience

At least two-years of full-time experience.

 

Additional information can be found on the Indiana Board of Accountancy website.

 

Note: Students should contact WGU Business Licensure at licensure@wgu.edu prior to contacting their State Board of Accountancy regarding education and experience requirements. The Licensure team is available to students and alumni for all accounting licensure questions and advisement. 

 

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