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CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT (CPA) COURSES IN DUBAI

CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT (CPA) COURSES IN DUBAI

CPA is a globally recognized US certification offered by American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) in the field of Accountancy, business studies, management and finance

Who Can Do CPA

The following professional who are working in the various organization as:
  1. Chief Executive Officer
  2. Directors
  3. Manager
  4. Accounts Manager/Finance Manager
  5. Auditor(Internal/External)
  6. Executives etc

Pre-Requisites of the Certification

There are 55 states in the US which are offering CPA. Every state has its own criteria of eligibility for CPA. Some states require 120 credit hours, some require 150 credit hours and some even require 24 credit hours in Accounting and 24 credit hours in business subjects. The eligibility depends upon your previous educational studies. However, in general if you are holding any one of the following educational qualifications, then you are eligible for CPA like;

3 years B.Com/BBA with the following courses:

  1. Auditing
  2. Taxation
  3. Cost/Management Accounting
  4. Financial Accounting

4 Years graduation with major in Financial Accounting
3 years graduation in any discipline with Masters (MBA/M.Com)
major in Financial Accounting

Course Contents :

Course Contents

Course of Study

  1. CPA has 4 Parts ,
  2. Namely .,
  3. Business Environment & Concepts (BEC)
  4. Auditing & Attestation (AUD)
  5. Financial Accounting & Reporting (FAR)
  6. Regulations (REG)

Exam Format

  1. Business Environment & Concepts (BEC) :
  2. Computer Based Examination
  3. 3 Booklets of MCQs of 24 each
  4. 3 task based questions (simulations)
  5. Total Time allowed for this exam is 3 hours
  6. Auditing & Attestation (AUD)/Financial Accounting & Reporting (FAR) :
  7. Computer Based Examination
  8. 3 Booklets of MCQs of 30 each
  9. 7 task based questions (simulations)
  10. Regulations (REG) :
  11. Computer Based Examination
  12. 3 Booklets of MCQs of 24 each
  13. 6 task based questions (simulations)
  14. Total Time allowed for this exam is 3 hours

Fee Structure

  1. Application Fee $200-220
  2. Per Subject Exam Fee $195-210
  3. International Exam Fee $305
  4. For more information, visit the link nasba.org/exams/exam-resources/

NOTE

  1. TBefore applying for CPA, one must evaluate his/her educational documents from evaluation services in the US. National Academy provides this evaluation service on your behalf through their expert professionals on a very nominal fee. Our expert will guide you the status and chances of your eligibility on the basis of educational credentials

Exam Administration

  1. The CPA International Examination is offered by Prometriccentres in the following locations:
  2. Dubai
  3. Abu Dhabi
  4. Bahrain
  5. Kuwait
  6. Japan
  7. Lebanon

Business Environment & Concepts (BEC)

  1. Corporate Governance
  2. Micro Economics
  3. Macro Economics
  4. Globalization
  5. Financial Risk Management
  6. Forecasting Analysis
  7. Corporate Capital Structure
  8. Working Capital
  9. Short Term Financing & Capital Budgeting-I
  10. Capital Budgeting-II & Corporate Performance
  11. IT Roles, Systems & Processing
  12. IT Software, Data & Contingency Planning
  13. IT Networks & Electronic Commerce
  14. IT Security & Controls
  15. Strategic Planning & Budgeting Concepts
  16. Budget Components
  17. Performance Measurement & Process Management
  18. Costing Fundamentals
  19. Costing Techniques
  20. Costing Systems & Variance Analysis

Auditing & Attestation (AUD)

  1. Engagement Responsibilities
  2. Professional Responsibilities
  3. Planning & Risk Management
  4. Strategic Planning Issues
  5. Internal Control Concepts &Information Technology
  6. Internal Control – Sales Receivables – Cash Receipts Cycle
  7. Internal Control – Purchases, Payrolls, & other Cycles
  8. Responses to Assessed Risks
  9. Internal Control Communications & Reports
  10. Evidence – Objectives & Nature
  11. Evidence – The Sales Receivables – Cash Cycles
  12. Evidence – The Purchases – Payables-Inventory Cycle
  13. Evidence – Other Assets, Liabilities & Equities
  14. Evidence – Key Considerations
  15. Evidence – Sampling
  16. Reports – Opinions & Disclaimers
  17. Reports – Other Modifications
  18. Related Reporting Topics
  19. Preparation, Compilation, Review and Attestation Engagements
  20. Governmental Audits

Financial Accounting & Reporting (FAR)

  1. The Financial Reporting Environment
  2. Financial Statements
  3. Income Statement Items
  4. Financial Statements Disclosure
  5. Cash & Investments
  6. Receivables
  7. Inventories
  8. Property, Plant, Equipment &Depletable Resources
  9. Intangible Assets & Other Capitalization Issues
  10. Payables & Taxes
  11. Employee Benefits
  12. Non current Liabilities
  13. Leases & Contingencies
  14. Equity
  15. Business Combinations & Consolidated Financial Reporting
  16. Derivatives, Hedges & Other Topics
  17. Statement of Cash Flows
  18. Governmental Accounting
  19. Governmental Reporting
  20. Not-For-Profit Accounting & Reporting
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