North Dakota CPA requirements
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bachelor’s degree or higher from a regionally accredited college or university
Minimum education requirement
150 semester hours including a concentration in accounting
Minimum experience requirement
At least 2,000 hours gained within four or fewer calendar years.
The majority experience must consist of providing some service or advice involving the use of accounting, audit, attest, management advisory, financial advisory, tax or consulting skills.
Completion of Professional Ethics: AICPA's comprehensive course is required.
yearly; July 1 - June 30
120 credit-hours of acceptable continuing education in the immediate preceding three reporting periods, including six credit-hours of professional ethics content.
A minimum of 20 credit-hours each period.
At the end of the first full continuing education reporting year following receipt of an initial original certificate, an accountant must meet the applicable per year minimum, and must meet the applicable three-year minimum, including ethics content, two years thereafter.
Must be of good moral character.