Connecticut CPA requirements

This page serves as a resource for your state's CPA licensure requirements and is current as of December 2019. Always consult with your state or jurisdiction's board of accountancy for the most current information.

Degree requirements
bachelor’s degree or higher from a regionally accredited college or university

Minimum education requirements
150 semester hours including:

  • 36 semester hours in accounting
  • 30 semester hours in economics and business administration
  • 60 semester hours in general education
  • 24 semester hours in any credit subject

Ethics exam
All candidates must prove successful completion of the AICPA Professional Ethics for CPAs self study Comprehensive Course for Certification with a score of 90 or higher.

Minimum experience requirements
Minimum 2 years, 104 weeks

Yearly; July 1-June 30

Find Connecticut's  CPE requirements on this state FAQ page.


Education, experience, ethics

CPE, renewals