There are two options, known as Group I and Group II:
Group I (Accounting and Ethics Education) requires:
3 semester hours in each of the following classes: auditing, cost accounting, managerial accounting, federal income tax, and ethics
9 ghours in financial accounting courses
9 hours in elective accounting courses
(Review specific State Board Academic curriculum for more)
Group II (Business-Related Education) requires:
Courses in quantitative methods and computer information may be used to fulfill the requirements for business related courses.
21 undergraduate semester in 5 of the 9 subject areas:
Corporation or business finance
U.S. business law
Computer science/information systems"
Maryland CPA Exam Requirements
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