April 7, 2022 at 10:44 pm #3311398April 13, 2022 at 8:14 am #3311494OscarParticipant
There are certain JuCos in Texas that are partnered with TSBPA to provide in-person classes to help people going the non-traditional (i.e. not accounting bachelor's) students complete the required coursework. It sounds like you're going with option 3 for the NY requirements, so I think the biggest obstacles are making sure the 33 upper level hours of accounting are complete.
I don't see an in-person requirement off the bat, but there may be some details I didn't find. If you just need the accounting classes, you may be able to take them at a local campus or online to finish the requirements.
Hope this helps.April 13, 2022 at 9:28 pm #3311533
Before taking the exams my school sent a transcript with the credits I graduated from, then they allowed me to sit for exam. How do I know if that's acceptable, and what classes are missing?
I won't lose any pass exam credits? I hope not!?April 14, 2022 at 8:11 am #3311554OscarParticipant
I would operate under the presumption that if the NY state board allowed you to begin sitting for the exams, they accepted the classes as submitted. I don't know what they expiration time for NY would be, but in Texas you have 18 months to finish all four parts. NASBA shouldn't revoke your credit if you passed a part.April 15, 2022 at 5:28 pm #3311572
Right We also have 18 months to pass all four sections. And since they allowed to me to sit for exam I am assuming that the credits are valid. Lets just see what happens when I get all 4 cleared, and work from there if I need any credits I would just complete them and go from there, thank youMay 3, 2022 at 9:37 am #3311854