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Oregon cpa CPE course pricing:
You may select 80 hours of courses for $99.95 plus $2.50 for each additional hour. An additional $0.00 per course will be added to your total if you select paper course material.

Single OR CPA cpe courses start at just $19.95!
WebCE offers courses for the following OR license types:

Oregon CPA CPE Requirements

NASBA CPE Sponsor ID: 109414

Oregon's Acceptance: Oregon accepts courses from providers that are members of NASBA's National Registry of CPE Sponsors.

Required Oregon CPA CPE Hours

Required CPE Hours for Oregon CPAs

80 hours of CPA CPE are required every 2 years, with
a minimum of 24 CPE hours annually.

Oregon CPA CPE Subject Area Requirements

CPA Ethics: 4 hours of ethics CPE every 2 year license period
Ethics for the first renewal term: the required 4 hours of Professional Conduct & Ethics course must be Oregon Specific and offered by a registered ethics sponsor.

Oregon CPA Renewal

CPE Reporting Due Date

7/1 to 6/30 biennially, ending on even-numbered years for even license numbers and odd-numbered years for odd license numbers

CPA License Renewal Date

For an odd-numbered license - 6/30 of odd years; for an even-numbered license - 6/30 of even years.

CPA License Renewal Process

Renewal applications are mailed to the address on file with the Board office mid-May. Licensees with an even-numbered permit expire on June 30 of even-numbered years and odd-numbered permits expire on June 30 of odd-numbered years. The renewal application must be received in the Board office postmarked no later than June 30 of the renewal period that is expiring. Permits that are not renewed will lapse.

Repetition and Carryover

Carryover Allowance

A maximum of 20 hours may be carried forward from one reporting period to the next. Carryover will not count toward the ethics requirement.

Repetition Rule

Courses cannot be taken for credit more than once in a 2-year license term.

Oregon CPA CPE Course Requirements

CPE Credit Type Limitations

  • Instruction and Published Materials: The maximum credit for instructors and authorship combined is 50% of total hours. Instructors are not allowed credit for repetitive presentations unless there are substantial changes in the material. Authorship credit is allowed as of publication date for first publication only

Course Presentation

WebCE courses are NASBA QAS self-study.

Study Requirements

Self-Study Requirements: Students should read the course material prior to taking the final exam.

Oregon CPA CPE Exam Requirements

Exam Rules

The final exam is open-book. Students may refer to the course material as often as needed. If the final exam is not passed on the first attempt, students have an unlimited number of retakes.

Passing Score

Self-Study Final Exam: 70%

Reporting and Oregon CPA CPE Certificates of Completion

CPA CPE Reporting

WebCE does NOT report CPE course completions to the Oregon Board of Accountancy. CPAs can report their CPE course completions with their registration renewal.

Certificates of Completion

WebCE provides online printable certificates of completion. Certificates of completion will be available to print online immediately after the final exam is passed. You should maintain written evidence of completion for a period of 5 years following the completion of each reporting activity.

Oregon CPA Contact Info

Oregon Board of Accountancy

  • Phone: 503-378-4181
  • Mailing Address: 3218 Pringle Road, S.E. #110 Salem, OR 97302-6307
  • Fax Number: 503-378-3575

WebCE® provides information as a courtesy to individuals who are subject to continuing professional education (CPE) as CPAs, PAs, and Licensed accountants. Although reasonable efforts have been made to ensure that the information provided here is accurate and current, neither WebCE nor its employees warrant or represent that this information is accurate and current. Since regulations are constantly changing, we suggest you check with your state’s board to answer any questions or confirm any information.
Last updated on 5/2/2017