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Nebraska Board of Public Accountancy

The Board is responsible for licensing and regulating Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) and Public Accountants (PAs) in Nebraska.

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Educational Requirements
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Educational Requirements Guidelines

Look at the above link for information about the 150 hour Education requirement.

These Guidelines are meant to be of assistance to candidates and educational institutions in attempting to determine qualifications under the Educational Requirements of Section 1-116 of the Public Accountancy Act (also known as the "150 Semester Hour Education Requirement"). However, they are not all inclusive of all the laws, rules and policies that may be applied to each application and Chapter 9 of Title 288 (Nebraska Administrative Code), Revised and Substituted Rules of the Board should also be consulted. It is suggested that the candidate wishing to sit for the Uniform CPA Examination or applying for a Reciprocal Nebraska CPA certificate contact the Board's office for specific guidance with respect to his/her filed application.

**For information about the requirements to sit for the exam, exam procedures and rules please refer to Chapter 6 and Chapter 9 of the NBPA Rules and Regulations.**

If you have additional questions about sitting for the exam contact our offices at (402)471-3595 or Toll Free at 1-800-564-6111 or Contact Us.