Earn Graduate Credit While Preparing for the CPA Exam
At University of West Florida, you can prepare for the CPA exam while earning up to six graduate level credits toward your Master of Accountancy degree.
“UWF continually pushed me to further my education and accomplish more than I ever anticipated.”
—Patience Constance, CPA, MAcc Graduate
Benefits of enrolling in the UWF master’s degree CPA Review classes include the following:
- Graduate coursework may qualify for tuition reimbursement through many employers.
- Enrollment in a graduate degree program may qualify eligible students for financial aid or to defer existing student loans. Check with a your UWF student finance advisor to see if you may be eligible for financial aid.
Most states require 150 hours of college credit to become a licensed CPA, so it makes sense to complete a graduate degree while earning the additional hours beyond the bachelor degree. And at UWF, you can prepare for the CPA exam at the same time. Graduate with a master’s degree and the CPA certificate and you will have two of the most prestigious credentials available in professional accounting.
UWF + Roger CPA Review
UWF has partnered with Roger CPA Review to create a unique college-credit CPA review course. Roger CPA Review provides a CPA exam study process that is efficient, effective, and - most importantly – enjoyable. And UWF professors provide the local motivation and support to keep you efficient and on track for success on the CPA exam.
Efficient. Our student’s time is valuable; we respect that. So, we’ve streamlined our eLearning system to focus on exactly what is needed to pass the CPA Exam. No optional chapters. No unnecessary exposition. No wasted time. (No joke!)
Effective. With an 88% pass rate, the proof is in the numbers. Our lectures, textbooks and practice questions are broken down into micro-learning structured lessons that help keep you focused – and helpful memory aids and mnemonics make sure you absorb all the vital information.
Enjoyable. The CPA Exam doesn't have to be so bad (we promise!). We believe the key to success is enjoying what you do - the more you enjoy studying, the more likely you are to succeed. It’s no wonder we receive reviews from students who actually miss their course after passing the CPA Exam!
For more information, contact Mr. Rick Fountain, Chair of the Department of Accounting and Finance, (850) 474-2717, firstname.lastname@example.org.