Date of Award


Document Type


Degree Name

Master of Science

Degree Discipline

Business Education


Most people recognize the initials C. P. A., just as they recognize M. D. or Ph. D.. The work of the C. P. A. is less well known, especially among young men and women, because they do not meet accountants in their daily lives as frequently as they encounter doctors or teachers. Therefore, it is the purpose of this study to bring forth more information to the reader in order that he may become more familiar with the certified public accounting profession in the state.

This study is attempted to help the reader enlarge his knowledge of specific aspects of the accounting profession in the state of Texas, with emphasis on the qualifications and requirements of Texas Certified Public Accountants; the types of work they perform; the types of industries demanding accountants in the state; the supply of with respect to the demand for accountants in the state; the Texas C. P. A. examination and the results of the same; and accounting organizations both state and national affiliation.

Committee Chair/Advisor

Terry Brookins


Prairie View A&M College


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Creative Commons License
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Date of Digitization


Contributing Institution

John B Coleman Library

City of Publication

Prairie View





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