For Indiana CPA exam students, the end goal is, of course, receiving one’s license as a CPA and embarking on an exciting new career. However, before that can be achieved, students must take into account the Indiana requirements for CPA exam takers. Indiana CPA requirements not only cover educational and experiential elements, but one must also be prepared for the necessary fees. Ensure that your Indiana CPA review progress isn’t halted by an unfortunate, overlooked requirement by reviewing them here.
Minimum Degree: Baccalaureate degree
Unit Requirements: 150 semester hours Additional Requirements:Baccalaureate degree with minimum of 24 semester units in accounting at undergraduate or graduate level or Graduate degree with minimum of 24 semester units in accounting at undergraduate level or 15 semester units at the graduate level. Baccalaureate or Graduate degree with a minimum of 24 semester units in business administration and economics courses, other than accounting at the undergraduate or graduate level.
Citizenship: U.S.Citizenship not required
Minimum Age: None
Additional Requirements: In state residency or previous residency not required.
Indiana State Board Contacts
Indiana State Board of Public Accountancy
Indiana Professional License Agency
402 West Washington St., Room W072
Indianapolis, IN 46204
E-mail: pla11@pla.IN.gov , email@example.com
Indiana CPA Exam Fees
Initial Application Fee per Section: $150.00
AUD - $208.40
FAR - $208.40
BEC - $208.40
REG - $208.40
4 examination sections $75.00
3 examination sections $75.00
2 examination sections $75.00
1 examination section $75.00