CPA Exam Review Courses

Prepare for the CPA exam while earning up to six graduate-level credits toward your Master of Accountancy degree. UWF has partnered with Becker CPA Review to create unique online college-credit CPA review courses.


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The leading CPA review course for the past 60 years, Becker has partnered with UWF accounting faculty to provide an efficient and effective CPA exam study process. Becker delivers the online learning platform, and UWF professors provide the local motivation and support to keep you on track for successful completion of the CPA exam. 

Earn Graduate Credit While Preparing for the CPA Exam

Benefits of enrolling in the UWF master’s degree CPA Review course:

  • Prepare for the CPA Exam while receiving graduate credit hours.
  • Earn a UWF master’s degree and the CPA certificate and gain two of the most prestigious credentials available in professional accounting. 
  • 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 your UWF student finance advisor to see if you may qualify for financial aid.

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A specially designed pre-assessment provides a recommended learning path focused on where you need the most help. Short online lectures are designed to fit easily with busy schedules.

  • CPA Examination Review of Financial Accounting and Reporting
  • CPA Examination Review of Regulation
  • CPA Examination Review of Auditing and Attestation
  • CPA Examination Review of Business Environment Concepts

Effective

More than 2,000 firms, universities, organizations and government bodies use Becker. As a further testament to this winning combination of UWF and Becker, UWF accounting students ranked first in the state of Florida and third in the nation in the first-time pass rate on the CPA exam in 2016.

Enrollment Options
A la carte Plan
Pay for UWF Master of Accountancy classes one at a time and purchase the corresponding part of the Becker CPA Review.
UWF tuition per 1.5-hour CPA Review class $ 585
Becker cost per part $ 1,131
Total cost $ 1,716
Combo Package
Pay for UWF Master of Accountancy classes one at a time and purchase all 4 Becker courses at the beginning of first UWF class.
UWF tuition per 1.5-hour CPA Review class $ 585
Total number of UWF CPA review courses (4 parts to CPA exam) 4
Total cost of tuition for all 4 parts (6 graduate degree credit hours) $ 2,340
Becker CPA review cost retail price $3,393
Less UWF-Becker partnership discount (see note below) $400
Net discount price to UWF students $ 2,993
Total tuition and Becker cost for all 4 parts of CPA exam $ 5,333

Note: In addition to the Becker-UWF Partnership discount, students who have employer-sponsored Becker discounts provided by employers who have made a firm offer, can use those discounts for the Becker portion while in school. Scholarships are also available to students who qualify. If you do not have an employer-sponsored Becker discount, please inquire about the many other Becker scholarships available.

 

All Undergraduate, Graduate, Degree-seeking and Nondegree-seeking students are eligible to take these courses.

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For more information, contact Mr. Rick Fountain, Chair of the Department of Accounting and Finance at (850) 474-2717 or account@uwf.edu.

Accountants and Auditors - Employment and Education

Employment of accountants and auditors is projected to grow faster than the average for all occupations. Globalization, a growing economy, and a complex tax and regulatory environment are expected to continue to lead to strong demand for accountants and auditors. Most employers require a candidate to have a bachelor’s degree in accounting or a related field. Certification within a specific field of accounting improves job prospects. For example, many accountants become Certified Public Accountants (CPAs).

Job Stats
Job Outlook: 10% Faster than average
Number of jobs, 2016: 1,397,700
Median pay (May 2017): $69,350 per year
Source: April 26, 2018