Certified Public Accountant licensing 

CPA licensing is obtained through the state of Michigan. To become licensed as a CPA in Michigan, an applicant must complete requirements in: education, work experience and examinations.

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Uniform CPA examination

Applicants for the Uniform CPA Examination are required to have a baccalaureate degree with a concentration in accounting from an accredited college or university, consisting of 24 semester hours of accounting principles, including auditing, and 24 semester hours of general business subjects. The accounting principles include study in financial accounting, managerial accounting including cost accounting, accounting systems and controls, United States federal taxation and governmental/fund accounting.

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