UC Berkeley Extensionannounced this week that they have exclusively partnered with Roger CPA Review for the school’s CPA Examination Preparation course series. Beginning September 2016, CPA candidates at Berkeley will be able to earn up to 4 academic credits (1 per course) while prepping with Roger's course materials. 

“We are excited about partnering with Roger CPA Review for this program, as they bring many benefits to our students including a strong support system, great value and an 88% pass rate,” said Anna Lee, UC Berkeley Extension Program director, in a statement.  “The Roger CPA Review materials make the normally dreadful preparation process much more enjoyable for students." 

The program will look to help those seeking CPA licensure by aiding in two major requirements: passing the CPA Exam and satisfying the150 university credit hour rule, now applicable in all 50 states.

“Roger CPA Review continues to create ways for students to prepare and pass the CPA Exam in a seamless transition from academia to profession,” stated Charlotte Roberts, vice president of eLearning at Roger CPA Review. "With this program, students have the opportunity to tackle the required credits and exam preparation in tandem and accomplish their CPA Exam goals faster. We’re excited to be a part of that!”

Students enrolled in the UC Berkeley Extension CPA Exam Preparation program will have access to Roger CPA Review’s customizable study planners, more than 5,000 CPA Exam practice questions, unlimited full-length practice exams, and diagnostics to assess one's progress.

“Partnering with Roger CPA Review means passing the CPA Exam is right at our students’ fingertips as long as they are willing to make the commitment and remain disciplined throughout the preparation process,” added Lee

For more information on the program or to enroll, head to UC Berkeley's Extension site here.