Looking for some clarification on the point about how the 30 extra credits need not be in accounting to get your CPA:
For Florida you need 36 hours of accounting above the elementary level and 39 hours of general business which shall not include less than 6 in business law.
I am planning on getting a bachelors in accounting and a masters in finance. I will take 21 hours of accounting above the intro level in the bachelors degree. In the masters in finance degree I will take 32 hours of finance.
Will any of my FIN classes count toward sitting for the CPA? I don't plan on practicing as an accountant, but I just wanted to know.