Bachelor's degree of 150 hours required, plus:
30 semester hours inAccounting courses above the introductory level, including
9 hours of financial accounting (Intermediate, I, II, III, or advanced)
3 hours of cost accounting
3 hours of auditing
3 hours of federal income tax
12 hours of accounting elections"
Nevada CPA Exam Requirements
Every day is unforgettable as a CPA in Nevada. View the exam-sitting requirements, licensure requirements, and contact information for the Nevada State Board of Accountancy below.