I know beckercpa.com has a similar directory, but I'm looking for something a little more in depth. I'd like to become a CPA in the state of Florida some day. I plan on attending Troy and pursuing a BSBA after I get my CLEP and DSST exams out of the way, and then an MS or MBA from Florida Atlantic University. FAU's business programs are AACSB, but Troy's are ACBSP. I'm not sure if this makes a difference. I know that some states seem to require AACSB credits or a degree in order to become a CPA. I was wondering if that was the case in Florida. Also, I plan on CLEPing out of the following business related courses: microeconomics, macroeconomics, financial accounting I, principles of management, principles of marketing, intro to business law, and principles of finance. Even with all of those exams, I should still have 42 business related graded credits, most of which are upper division. Does Florida's board of accountancy recognize CLEP exams in place of some business courses? Thank you in advance.