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I just thought I would chime in with my experience with the California board. I did not take any courses from study.com or straighterline, however I did take one clep and a couple of dsst tests. I also have portfolio credits. I never heard from the board about those credits, and I am officially qualified to sit for the CPA exam in California with those credits on my transcript. The qualification occurred before I finished my master's and I did not submit any credits for my master's in order to qualify.
BSBA/Accounting TESU (2016). MSAcc UIUC (2018).

Need help with portfolios? I earned 18 credits at TESU through portfolio evaluations. Nine of those were for upper level accounting courses. My advice for PLA/portfolios: TESU portfolio tips The first post has the Portfolio Checklist I created. Page ten has the actual narrative I wrote to receive credit for ACC-440.

Using Straighterline's Financial Accounting as a substitute for Intermediate Accounting I at TESU? Don't do it if you are an accounting major! Read more here: Intermediate Accounting II
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(01-12-2019, 09:09 AM)tesu-acct-student Wrote: I just thought I would chime in with my experience with the California board. I did not take any courses from study.com or straighterline, however I did take one clep and a couple of dsst tests. I also have portfolio credits. I never heard from the board about those credits, and I am officially qualified to sit for the CPA exam in California with those credits on my transcript. The qualification occurred before I finished my master's and I did not submit any credits for my master's in order to qualify.

It seems you have an undergraduate degree with the proper accounting-related course.  Is that what allowed you to meet the qualification to sit for the CPA exam in CAL?
Robin
Member since 2008

~ Slowly collecting credits from a variety of sources. Almost finished with my baccalaureate degree.
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Quote:It seems you have an undergraduate degree with the proper accounting-related course.  Is that what allowed you to meet the qualification to sit for the CPA exam in CAL?

Yes, BSBA with an accounting concentration at TESU.
BSBA/Accounting TESU (2016). MSAcc UIUC (2018).

Need help with portfolios? I earned 18 credits at TESU through portfolio evaluations. Nine of those were for upper level accounting courses. My advice for PLA/portfolios: TESU portfolio tips The first post has the Portfolio Checklist I created. Page ten has the actual narrative I wrote to receive credit for ACC-440.

Using Straighterline's Financial Accounting as a substitute for Intermediate Accounting I at TESU? Don't do it if you are an accounting major! Read more here: Intermediate Accounting II
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