The path to a CPA designation is a rigorous education program that prepares individuals for senior level positions in business, accounting and finance through the CPA Professional Education Program (CPA PEP).
CPA PEP is a two-year graduate-level program leading to the Chartered Professional Accountant designation. CPA PEP has six modules which individuals take on a part-time basis.
In order to be eligible for CPA PEP, you must have completed a recognized undergraduate degree, 120 credit hours, alongside a set of 14 prerequisite courses or their educational equivalents. To earn the CPA designation, candidates are also required to complete 30 months of practical experience.
I have a degree, but it was not in business or accounting. Am I eligible for CPA PEP or ACAF?
A degree, in any discipline, is not required for entry to ACAF, but it is required for CPA PEP.