Oregon State Board requires a standard 150 credit hour requirement, but the accounting and business courses are relatively flexible without the restrictions to upper-division level.
Note that there are two levels of qualifications for accountants in Oregon: the CPA and the PA (Public Accountant). Please make sure you click on the correct information on the State Board website.
Note: Courses from community colleges are acceptable if they are transferable to an accredited four-year college or university. Generally 100 and 200 level community college courses are considered transferable. You are not required to actually transfer the courses to a 4-year college or university.
CPE is needed for license holders. Click here for Oregon CPA CPE requirements.
Oregon State Board of Accountancy
3218 Pringle Road, S.E. #110
Salem, OR 97302-6307
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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