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Accounting Schools in Idaho

A degree from one of the accounting schools in Idaho listed below can help you launch a new career or enhance your existing one. Training includes courses on accounting procedures for businesses, individuals, governments, and nonprofit organizations, accounting information systems and related software, business law, human resources, ethics, and psychology, and statistics, economics, and finances. Students can select their level of education. A basic associate's degree will train them to work with accountants or as part of a department. Full-fledged accounting jobs usually require a bachelor's or master's degree. The Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam can be taken only when an accountant has one or two years of work experience, meets all educational requirements, and has passed a rigorous examination.