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Title 12 . Professional and Vocational Regulations
Chapter 4 . Big Game Guides and Transporters
Section 181. Work experience points

12 AAC 04.181. Work experience points

(a) The minimum number of experience points required by the board depends upon the applicant's educational background. If an applicant has

(1) a baccalaureate degree with an accounting concentration that meets the requirements of 12 AAC 04.185(b) as determined by the board, four points are required;

(2) a baccalaureate degree with a concentration other than accounting that does not meet the requirements of 12 AAC 04.185(b) as determined by the board, six points are required;

(3) repealed 2/2/94.

(b) An applicant may earn experience points as follows:

(1) one year of experience working in public accounting under the direct supervision of a certified public accountant equals two experience points;

(2) one year of experience working in private accounting or government accounting under the direct supervision of a certified public accountant equals one and one-third experience points;

(3) one year of experience working as an accountant not under the supervision of a certified public accountant equals one experience point.

History: Eff. 8/18/90, Register 115; am 2/2/94, Register 129

Authority: AS 08.04.070 (b)

AS 08.04.120


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