The Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting degree provides students a practice-based education that prepares them for careers in public accounting, finance, business and government. The 120-hour, accredited online program fulfills all of the requirements to sit for the Arkansas CPA exam. Candidates who successfully complete the CPA examination must complete 150 semester hours to be licensed.
Students looking to complete this program as a second degree can find more information on applying as a post-baccalaureate student on the Department of Accounting website. Students looking to complete a few online courses in order to sit for the CPA exam will need to apply to UA Little Rock as a visiting student and may contact Dr. Mark Funk with any additional questions. Dr. Funk’s contact information can be found under the Program Advisor section on this website.
Further details on UA Little Rock course offerings and their application to CPA exam requirements can be found at the department’s website. Information about the requirements to sit for the CPA Exam in Arkansas is available from the Arkansas State Board of Public Accountancy.