There are four possible options:
A bachelor's degree with qualifying experience that includes:
Any kind of bachelor's degree
At least one year of public accounting experience while being supervised by a CPA
A bachelor's degree with a concentration in accounting that includes the following semester hours:
24 semester hours in accounting
3 semester hours in business law
3 semesters in ecoCitizenship is not required.mics
3 semester hours in college level math/statistics and/or computer science
A bachelor's degree in accounting with at least 15 semester hours.
Alaska CPA Exam Requirements
Alaska is home to the most beautiful landscapes and diverse wildlife our planet has to offer. Thinking about becoming a CPA in the “Last Frontier?” View the exam-sitting requirements, licensure requirements, and contact information for the Alaska State Board of Accountancy below.