How to become a CPA in New Jersey - NJ | Exams and License | Certification | CPA Requirements I like this site the best because it clearly lays everything out for you, plus it has every state. NJ doesn't clearly say it accepts correspondence, unlike the page for TN where it specifically says
NJ only mentions correspondence for continuing edu after your CPA, although it then links to a few online programs like Capella U.
Correspondence, CLEP credit, pass/fail grades and on-line courses are acceptable if you have received credit for them at an accredited college or university and they appear on your official transcript.
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