Open Access Honors Program Thesis
Joseph Ugrin, Honors Thesis Advisor, Accounting
This paper aims to explore the relationship between obtaining a CPA as a University of Northern Iowa accounting graduate and measures of life satisfaction. In this study, survey data were collected from a random sample of University of Northern Iowa accounting graduates. The research suggests that graduates who obtained the CPA credential have higher levels of life satisfaction. Accounting students at the University of Northern Iowa for years to come stand to benefit greatly from this research because the results of this study provide more insight into the favorable outcomes that are enjoyed by accounting alumni who elected to pursue the CPA credential.
Year of Submission
Department of Accounting
University Honors Designation
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the designation University Honors
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©2022 Derek Richard Koppes
Koppes, Derek Richard, "Influence of the CPA credential on the life satisfaction of University of Northern Iowa accounting alumni" (2022). Honors Program Theses. 538.