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Certified Public Accountant (CPA) designation is a statement to the
public that a person has met the requirements of state law and has been
issued a license to practice public accounting by the State Board of
Accountancy. Only persons who are licensed can legally call themselves
a Certified Public Accountant or Public Accountants. As practitioners,
CPAs provide accounting, auditing, tax, financial planning, and
business management and finance consulting services. The core course
requirement consists of 45 semester units of accounting, auditing,
finance, or business-related subjects. A minimum of 10 semester units
must be in accounting / auditing subjects. The remaining 35
business-related units may include courses in the following subjects:
Administration, Business Communications, Computer Science, Economics,
Finance, Law, Management, Marketing, Mathematics, Statistics and Tax.