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State Board Report

June 2014

Recipients of the 2014 NASBA Accounting Education Research Grants have been named:

  • “State Policies and Attitudes Toward Acceptance of Advanced Placement (AP) Courses and a Comparison of Success on the CPA Exam Between Students That Enter College with Advanced Placement Credit and Those That Do Not: A Two-Part Investigation”
    Dan Deines, John Morris and Joseph Ugrin
    Kansas State University
  • “Intention to Sit for the CPA Examination: An Investigation of Cost, Exam, Support and Career Factors”
    Martin J. Coe
    Western Illinois University
  • “Are Accountants Made or Born? An Analysis of Self Selection into and Success in Accounting”
    Martin G. Fennema
    Florida State University
  • “Accelerated vs. Traditional Accounting Education and CPA Exam Pass Rate”
    Michael Eames, Suzanne Luttman and Susan Parker
    Santa Clara University

The results of the researchers’ work will be presented at NASBA’s June 2014 Regional Meetings. Established in 2011, the NASBA Education Grant Research Program’s goal is to advance research on educational issues impacting certified public accountants, the public accounting profession and the Boards of Accountancy’s charge to protect the public. Recipients of the 2013 grant awards are addressing the June 2014 Regional Meetings.

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