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Accounting Schools in New Hampshire

Accounting schools in New Hampshire award associate's, bachelor's or master's degrees – all of which are commonly required in business settings. In addition, several non-degree accounting certificates are available. Part of the accountant training courses in these schools covers math, various types of accounting procedures, taxation for businesses and individuals, ethics, law, and information technology. Because an accounting degree can become highly specialized – in tax accounting or financial management, for example – the actual classes vary from degree to degree. Becoming a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) requires that a student complete educational requirements, have a minimum of one to two years of real-life work experience, and pass a rigorous exam.