For Candidates in Oregon that have not Taken the Uniform CPA Exam
The Oregon Board of Accountancy prescribes all licensing and regulation guidelines for CPAs in the state. In 2012, the Board ensured that the 11,643 accountants and auditors working in the state demonstrated and maintained the high level of professional competency needed to provide quality service to the public. By 2022, the Oregon Employment Department expects the number of accountants and auditors practicing statewide to rise to 13,615.
Prior to applying for the Uniform CPA Examination, the Oregon Board of Accountancy requires that all applicants complete at least 150 semester hours of college education.
- Grand Canyon University - Bachelor's and Master's in Accounting
- SNHU - A.S. in Accounting, B.S. in Accounting, and M.S. in Accounting
- Capella University - BS Accounting CPA Pathway
- Capella University - MBA Accounting CPA Pathway
- Liberty University - Bachelor of Science in Accounting - ACBSP-Accredited
These hours must result in a bachelor degree at minimum conferred through a regionally accredited college or university and include:
- 24 semester hours in accounting courses
- 24 semester hours in accounting-related courses
Examples of accounting-related courses include:
The Oregon Board of Accountancy DOES NOT have any age or residency requirements for individuals applying to sit for the Uniform CPA Examination.
First-time examination applicants must pay a $100 fee to the Oregon Board of Accountancy upon submitting the CPA Exam Application. Repeat applicants are required to pay a $50 fee. In addition to an application fee, applicants must pay the following exam section fees:
- Auditing and Attestation—$190.35
- Business Environment and Concepts—$171.25
- Financial Accounting and Reporting—$190.35
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