Connecticut allows Economics courses to be counted as related courses in the education requirement.
A 4-year bachelor degree or above, together with 24 credit hours of accounting and 22 hours of business courses, are required to get qualified for the examination.
CPE is required for license holders. Please click here for Connecticut CPA CPE requirements.
Connecticut State Board of Accountancy
Department of Consumer Protection
165 Capitol Avenue
Hartford, CT 06106
You may want to check out these pages to learn about the educational and experience requirements, with my recommendation at the end of the posts:
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