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Licensure or certification as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is not required to work in the field of accounting. However, some employment opportunities may require a CPA license.

Passage of the Uniform CPA Exam is a requirement for CPA licensure or certification in all states. Educational requirements to sit for the Uniform CPA Exam and to apply for a CPA license or certification vary by state. 

Alabama

Exam Eligibility Requirements
Applicants for the uniform CPA exam in Alabama must complete an undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited institution that includes 120 semester hours. Of those, 24 hours must be in upper division (300 level or higher) accounting courses and 24 hours must be in business courses. Completion of a graduate degree in accounting from an AACSB-accredited institution meets the specified coursework requirements.

Certification Requirements
Applicants for Alabama CPA certification must complete 150 semester hours of postsecondary education, including completion of a baccalaureate degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution. Of those hours, 33 hours must be in upper division (300 level or above) accounting courses and 27 hours must be in business courses.

Disclosures
Coupled with an undergraduate accounting degree or an appropriate number of accounting and business credits, completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or apply for a CPA license in Alabama. 
 
Completion of the BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or a CPA license in Alabama. 
 
Completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam in Alabama. Completion of the program does not meet educational requirements to apply for CPA licensure but can be applied toward toward the 150 hours required to apply for a CPA license in Alabama. 

Alaska

Exam Eligibility Requirements
Applicants for the uniform CPA exam in Alaska must complete a baccalaureate degree at a regionally accredited institution with an accounting concentration, or at least 15 semester credit hours of accounting subjects. An accounting concentration includes at least 24 semester hours in accounting subjects and nine semester hours of 1) business law, 2) economics, and 3) statistics, computer science, or algebra, calculus, or mathematics.

Licensure Requirements
Applicants for an Alaska CPA license must complete a baccalaureate degree at a regionally accredited institution and additional semester hours to total 150 semester hours with an accounting concentration. An accounting concentration includes at least 24 semester hours in accounting subjects and nine semester hours of 1) business law, 2) economics, and 3) statistics, computer science, or algebra, calculus, or mathematics.

Disclosures
Coupled with an undergraduate accounting degree or an appropriate number of accounting and business credits, completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA licensure in Alaska.

Completion of Ohio State's BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA licensure in Alaska. 

Completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam in Alaska. Completion of the program does not meet educational requirements to apply for CPA licensure but can be applied toward the 150 hours required to apply for a CPA license in Alaska.

Arizona

Exam Eligibility Requirements
Applicants for the uniform CPA exam in Arizona must complete a baccalaureate or higher degree from an accredited institution including at least 24 hours of accounting courses, of which 12 hours are upper level (beyond basic or introductory) courses, and shall also include 18 hours in related business courses.

Certification Requirements
Applicants for Arizona CPA certification must complete 150 semester hours of education, including a baccalaureate or higher degree from an accredited institution, 36 semester hours of accounting courses (30 of which must be upper level), and 30 semester hours of related business courses. 

Disclosures
Coupled with an undergraduate accounting degree or an appropriate number of accounting and business credits, completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or to apply for CPA certification in Arizona.

Completion of Ohio State's BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Arizona. 

Completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam in Arizona. Completion of the program does not meet educational requirements to apply for CPA certification but can be applied toward the 150 hours required to apply for a CPA license in Arizona.

Arkansas

Exam Eligibility Requirements
Applicants for the uniform CPA exam in Arkansas must complete an undergraduate or graduate degree from an accredited institution including at least 30 hours of business courses and 30 hours of upper level accounting courses. The accounting courses must cover financial accounting, management accounting, governmental of not-for-profit accounting, federal taxation, auditing and attestation, and accounting information systems. Applicants must earn a grade of C or better in each accounting and business course.

Licensure Requirements
Applicants for Arkansas CPA licensure must complete 150 semester hours of postsecondary education, including at least 30 hours of business courses and 30 hours of upper level accounting courses. The accounting classes must cover financial accounting, management accounting, governmental of not-for-profit accounting, federal taxation, auditing and attestation, and accounting information systems. Applicants must earn a grade of C or better in each accounting and business course.

Disclosures
Coupled with an undergraduate accounting degree or an appropriate number of accounting and business credits, completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA licensure in Arkansas if an individual chooses the appropriate elective courses to meet specific Arkansas accounting and business coursework requirements. 

Completion of Ohio State's BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA licensure in Arkansas if an individual chooses the appropriate elective courses to meet specific Arkansas accounting and business coursework requirements. 

Completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program does not meet educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam or CPA licensure in Arkansas. Completion of the program can be applied toward the hours required to apply for the exam and/or a CPA license in Arkansas. 

California

Exam Eligibility Requirements
Applicants for the uniform CPA exam in California must complete a bachelor's or higher degree from a regionally accredited institution that includes 24 semester hours in accounting subjects (accounting, auditing, financial reporting, external or internal reporting, financial statement analysis or taxation) and 24 semester hours in business subjects (accounting subjects in excess of 24 hours, business administration, economics, finance, business management, marketing, computer science/information systems, statistics, business communications, mathematics, business law, or business related law courses offered by an accredited law school).

Licensure Requirements
In addition to the educational requirements to sit for the uniform CPA exam in California, applicants must complete an additional 20 hours in accounting study, and 10 hours of ethics study for a total of 150 total semester hours. The accounting study requirement may be met through completion of a MAcc program or through completion of at least 6 hours in accounting subjects and 14 hours of business-related subjects.

Disclosures
Coupled with an undergraduate accounting degree or an appropriate number of accounting and business credits, completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam in California. Completion of the MAcc does not meet the 10 hours of ethics study required to apply for CPA certification in California.

Completion of Ohio State's BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam in California. Completion of the BSBA/MAcc meets does not meet the 10 hours of ethics study required for CPA certification in California. 

Completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam in California. Completion of the program does not meet educational requirements to apply for CPA licensure but can be applied toward the 150 hours required to apply for a CPA license in California.

Colorado

Exam Eligibility Requirements
Applicants for the uniform CPA exam in Colorado must complete a baccalaureate degree or higher from an accredited institution that includes at least 120 semester hours. Of those, at least 27 hours must be in accounting courses with course grades of C or higher. Twenty-one hours of the accounting courses must be upper division and must include at least 3 hours of auditing coursework concentrating on U.S. GAAS. In addition, applicants must complete 21 hours in business courses. 
 
Certification Requirements
Applicants for Colorado CPA certification must complete at least 150 semester hours of postsecondary education. Of those, 33 hours must be in accounting courses with course grades of C or higher. Twenty-seven hours of the accounting courses must be upper division and must include 1) six hours of auditing coursework with 3 hours concentrating on U.S. GAAS, 2) three hours in accounting or business ethics. In addition, applicants must complete 27 hours in business courses. 
 
Disclosures​
Coupled with an undergraduate accounting degree or an appropriate number of accounting and business credits, completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam in Colorado. Completion of the MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for CPA licensure if an individual chooses the appropriate elective courses to meet specific Colorado coursework requirements
 
Completion of the BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam in Colorado. Completion of the MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for CPA licensure if an individual chooses the appropriate elective courses to meet specific Colorado coursework requirements. 
 
Completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam in Colorado. Completion of the program does not meet educational requirements to apply for CPA licensure but can be applied toward the 150 hours required to apply for a CPA license in Colorado. 

Connecticut

Exam Eligibility Requirements 
Applicants for the uniform CPA exam in Connecticut must complete a bachelor or graduate degree from an accredited institution that includes at least 46 hours in the study of accounting and related subjects, including, but not limited to, business law, economics and finance. Of those hours, 24 hours must be in the study of accounting. 
 
Certification Requirements
Applicants for Connecticut CPA certification must complete 150 semester hours of postsecondary education, including a baccalaureate degree, at a regionally accredited institution. Of those hours, 36 hours must be in accounting courses, 30 hours must be in economics and business administration, 60 hours must be in general education, and 24 hours may be in any subject. 
 
Disclosures
Coupled with an undergraduate accounting degree or an appropriate number of accounting or business credits, completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam in Connecticut. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for CPA certification in Connecticut. 
 
Completion of Ohio State's BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam in Connecticut. Ohio State has not determined whether completion of the BSBA/MAcc meets educational requirements to apply for CPA certification in Connecticut. 
 
Completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam in Connecticut. Completion of the program does not meet educational requirements to apply for CPA certification but can be applied toward the 150 hours required to apply for a CPA license in Connecticut.

Delaware

Exam Eligibility Requirements
Applicants for the uniform CPA exam in Delaware must complete at least 120 semester hours of postsecondary education including a baccalaureate degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution. Of those, 24 hours must be in accounting principles, intermediate accounting, cost accounting, tax, auditing, advanced accounting, accounting information systems, and law. 
 
Licensure Requirements
Applicants for Delaware CPA licensure must complete 150 semester hours of postsecondary education including completion of a baccalaureate degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution. Of those, 24 hours must be in accounting principles, intermediate accounting, cost accounting, tax, auditing, advanced accounting, accounting information systems, and law. 
 
Disclosures
Coupled with an undergraduate degree or an appropriate amount of accounting and business credits, completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA licensure in Delaware
 
Completion of the BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA licensure in Delaware. 
 
Completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam in Delaware. Completion of the program does not meet educational requirements to apply for CPA licensure but can be applied toward the 150 hours required to apply for a CPA license in Delaware. 

District of Columbia

Exam Eligibility Requirements
Applicants for the uniform CPA exam in D.C. must complete 120 semester hours including a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution. Of those, 27 hours must be in accounting-related subjects to include 3 hours of business law, 3 hours of financial accounting, 3 hours of auditing, 3 hours of cost accounting, 3 hours of federal income taxes, and 12 hours in other accounting related coursework. 
 
Licensure Requirements
Applicants for a D.C. CPA license must complete at least 150 semester hours of postsecondary education from a regionally accredited university, including completion of a baccalaureate degree. Of those hours, 3 hours must be in business law and 24 hours must be in accounting subjects include financial accounting, auditing, cost accounting, and federal income taxes. 
 
Disclosures
Coupled with an undergraduate accounting degree or an appropriate number of accounting and business credits, completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA examination and/or CPA licensure in D.C
 
Completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA licensure in D.C.
 
Completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam in D.C. Completion of the program does not meet educational requirements to apply for CPA licensure but can be applied toward the150 hours required to apply for a CPA license in D.C.

Florida

Exam Eligibility Requirements
Applicants for the uniform CPA exam in Florida must complete a baccalaureate degree or higher from an accredited institution that includes 120 semester hours. Of those, 24 hours must be in upper division accounting courses to include auditing and cost accounting, 3 hours of financial accounting, and 3 hours of taxation. In addition, 24 hours must be in upper division general business courses, including 3 hours of business law. 
 
Licensure Requirements 
Applicants for Florida CPA licensure must complete 150 semester hours of postsecondary education, including completion of a baccalaureate degree or higher from an accredited institution. Of those, 30 hours must be in upper division accounting to include auditing and cost accounting, 3 hours of financial accounting, and 3 hours of taxation. In addition, 36 hours must be in general business to include 3 hours of business law. 
 
Disclosures
Coupled with an undergraduate degree or an appropriate number of accounting and business credits, completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA examination in Florida. Completion of the program meets educational requirements to apply for CPA licensure in Florida if a completer chose the appropriate elective courses to meet specific Florida coursework requirements. 

Completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam in Florida. Completion of the program meets educational requirements to apply for CPA licensure in Florida if a completer chose the appropriate elective courses to meet specific Florida coursework requirements. 
 
Completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam in Florida. Completion of the program does not meet educational requirements to apply for CPA licensure but can be applied toward the150 hours required to apply for a CPA license in Florida. 

Georgia

Exam Eligibility Requirements 
Applicants for the uniform CPA exam in Georgia must complete a baccalaureate degree from a nationally or regionally accredited institution that includes 20 semester hours in accounting subjects above the elementary level. 
 
Licensure Requirements
Applicants for Georgia CPA licensure must complete at least 150 hours of college education, including a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution. Of those, 30 hours must be in accounting subjects above the elementary level and 24 hours must be in general business subjects. 
 
Disclosures 
Coupled 
Coupled with an undergraduate accounting degree or an appropriate number of accounting credits, completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or apply for a CPA license in Georgia
 
Completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Georgia.
 
Completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam in Georgia. Completion of the program does not meet educational requirements to apply for CPA licensure but can be applied toward the 150 hours required to apply for a CPA license in Georgia. 

Hawaii

Exam Eligibility Requirements
Applicants for the uniform CPA exam in Hawaii must complete 1) a baccalaureate degree in accounting conferred by a regionally or nationally accredited institution, or 2) a baccalaureate degree with a major in a subject other than accounting, plus 18 semester hours of upperdivision orgraduate level accounting or auditing subjects. 
 
Licensure Requirements 
Applicants for a Hawaii CPA license must complete at least 150 hours of postsecondary education to include a baccalaureate degree or higher conferred by a regionally or nationally accredited institution. Of those, 24 hours must be in accounting courses of which 18 hours are upper division or graduate level courses that include financial accounitng, auditing, taxation, and managerial accounting. In addition, applicants must complete at least 24 semester hours in upper division or graduate level accounting or non-accounting business-related courses including without limitation: economics; legal and social environment of business; business law; marketing; finance; organizational, group and individual behavior; quantitative applications in business; communication skills; business ethics; globalization; total-quality management; computer science; human relations; or other business-related courses.
 
Disclosures
Coupled with an undergraduate accounting degree or an appropriate number of accounting and business credits, completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA licensure in Hawaii
 
Completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Hawaii.
 
Completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam in Hawaii. Completion of the program does not meet educational requirements to apply for CPA licensure but can be applied toward the 150 hours required to apply for a CPA license in Hawaii.  

Idaho

Exam Eligiblity Requirements
Applicants for the uniform CPA exam in Idaho must complete a baccalaureate degree that includes at least 30 semester hours in business administration subjects of which at least 20 hours are in accounting subjects. 
 
Licensure Requirements
Applicants for Idaho CPA certification must complete at least 150 semester hours of educating, including a baccalaureate degree or higher at a regionally accredited institution. Applicants are deemed to have met the education requirement if, as part of the 150 hours, they complete a 1) graduate degree with a concentration in accounting from a AACSB-accredited program, 2) graduate degree from an AACSB-accredited in business that includes at least 24 hours in accounting at the undergraduate level or 15 hours at the graduate level to include financial accounting, auditing, taxation, and management accounting, 3) AACSB-accredited baccalaureate degree that includes 24 hours in accounting including coverage of financial accounting, auditing, taxation, and management accounting and 24 hours in business courses, or 4) baccalaureate or higher that includes 24 hours in accounting at the upper division or graduate level at a regionally accredited institution that includes coverage of financial accounting, auditing, taxation, and management accounting and 24 hours in business courses. 
 
Disclosures
Coupled with an undergraduate accounting degree or an appropriate number of accounting and business credits, completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination and/or CPA licensure in Idaho
 
Completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Idaho.
 
Completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam in Idaho. Completion of the program does not meet educational requirements to apply for CPA licensure but can be applied toward the 150 hours required for licensure in Idaho

Illinois

Exam Eligibility and Licensure Requirements 
Applicants for the uniform CPA exam in Illinois must complete at least 150 semester hours with a concentration in accounting, auditing and business that includes a baccaluareate degree or higher earned at a regionally accredited institution. Applicants are deemed to have met the requirement if, as part of the 150 hours, the applicant earned a 1) graduate degree with a concentration in accounting from an AACSB-accredited accounting program, 2) a graduate degree from an AACSB-accredited business program that includes 24 hours in undergraduate accounting or 15 hours of graduate level accounting that includes financial accounting, auditing, taxation, and management accounting, 3) baccaluareate degree from an accredited business program that includes 24 hours in accounting that includes financial accounting, auditing, taxation, and management accounting, and 24 hours in business courses, or 4) baccaluareate or higher and completed 24 hours in upper level accounting that includes financial accounting, auditing, taxation, and management accounting, and 24 hours in business courses. 

Disclosures
Coupled with an undergraduate accounting degree or an appropriate number of accounting and business credits, completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA licensure in Illinois
 
Completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA licensure in Illinois.
 
Completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program does not meet educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA licensure in Illinois but can be applied toward the 150 hours required to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA licensure in Illinois.  

Indiana

Exam Eligibility and Licensure Requirements
Applicants for the uniform CPA exam in Indiana and/or Indiana CPA licensure must complete at least 150 semester hours of college education, including completion of a baccalaureate degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution. Of those, 24 hours must be in accounting including financial accounting, auditing, taxation, and managerial accounting. In addition, 24 hours must be in business administration and economics courses. 

Disclosures 
Coupled with an undergraduate accounting degree or an appropriate number of accounting and business credits, completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA licensure in Indiana
 
Completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA licensure in Indiana.
 
Completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program does not meet educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam or CPA licensure in Indiana but can be applied toward the 150 hours required to apply for the uniform CPA exam or CPA licensure in Indiana. 

Iowa

Exam Eligibility and Certification Requirements
Applicants for the uniform CPA exam or CPA certification in Iowa must complete at least 150 semester hours of postsecondary education, including completion of a baccalaureate degree or higher at an institution that is AACSB and regionally accredited. The 150 hours must include completion of one of the following: 1) AACSB-accredited graduate degree with a concentration in accounting, 2) AACSB-accredited graduate degree in business that includes at least 24 hours of accounting coursework, 3) baccalaureate degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution that includes at least 24 hours in accounting and 24 hours in business courses. For all options, the accounting hours must include financial accounting, auditing, taxation, and management accounting. The accounting hours may not include elementary accounting, principles of accounting, or internships. 
 
Disclosures
Coupled with an undergraduate accounting degree or an appropriate number of accounting and business credits, completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam or CPA certification in Iowa
 
Completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Iowa.
 
Completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program does not meet educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam or CPA certification in Iowa but can be applied toward the 150 hours required to apply for the uniform CPA exam or CPA certification in Iowa.  

Kansas

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Kansas
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Kansas.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Kansas

Kentucky

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Kentucky
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Kentucky.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Kentucky

Louisiana

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Louisiana
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Louisiana.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Louisiana. 

Maine

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Maine
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Maine.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Maine
 
 

Maryland

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Maryland
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Maryland.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Maryland

Massachusetts

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Massachusetts
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Massachusetts.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Massachusetts

Michigan

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Michigan
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Michigan.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Michigan

Minnesota

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensre in Minnesota
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Minnesota.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Minnesota

Mississippi

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Mississippi
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Mississippi.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Mississippi

Missouri

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Missouri
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Missouri.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Missouri 

Montana

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Montana
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Montana.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Montana

Nebraska

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Nebraska
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Nebraska.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Nebraska

Nevada

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Nevada

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Nevada.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Nevada

New Hampshire

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in New Hampshire
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in New Hampshire.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in New Hampshire

New Jersey

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in New Jersey
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in New Jersey.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in New Jersey

New Mexico

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in New Mexico
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in New Mexico.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in New Mexico

New York

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in New York
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in New York.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in New York

North Carolina

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in North Carolina
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in North Carolina.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in North Carolina

North Dakota

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in North Dakota
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in North Dakota.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in North Dakota

Ohio

Exam & Certification Requirements
Applicants for the Ohio CPA exam and CPA certification must complete 150 semester hours of postsecondary education. Of those hours, 30 hours must be in accounting courses and 24 hours must be in acceptable business courses. Completion of a graduate degree in accounting from an accredited institution meets the specified coursework requirements.

Disclosures
Coupled with an undergraduate degree in accounting or an appropriate number of accounting and business credits, completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Ohio.

Completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Ohio.

Completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program can be applied toward the 150 hours required to apply for the CPA exam and CPA certification in Ohio.

Oklahoma

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Oklahoma

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Oklahoma.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Oklahoma

Oregon

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Oregon
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Oregon.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Oregon

Pacific Territories

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in the Pacific Territories
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in the Pacific Territories.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in the Pacific Territories

Pennsylvania

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Pennsylvania
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Pennsylvania.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Pennsylvania

Puerto Rico

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Puerto Rico

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Puerto Rico.

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Puerto Rico

Rhode Island

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Rhode Island
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Rhode Island.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Rhode Island

South Carolina

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in South Carolina

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in South Carolina.

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in South Carolina

South Dakota

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in South Dakota

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in South Dakota.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in South Dakota

Tennessee

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Tennessee
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Tennessee.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Tennessee

Texas

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Texas
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Texas.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Texas

Utah

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Utah
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Utah.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Utah

U.S. Virgin Islands

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in the U.S. Virgin Islands
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in the U.S. Virgin Islands

Vermont

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Vermont
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Vermont.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Vermont

Virginia

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination ior CPA licensure n Virginia
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Virginia.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Virginia

Washington

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Washington

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Washington.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Washington

West Virginia

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in West Virginia

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in West Virginia.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in West Virginia

Wisconsin

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Wisconsin
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Wisconsin.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Wisconsin

Wyoming

Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Master of Accounting (MAcc) program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Wyoming
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State’s BSBA/MAcc program meets educational requirements to apply for the uniform CPA exam and/or CPA certification in Wyoming.
 
Ohio State has not determined whether completion of Ohio State's Undergraduate Accounting program meets educational requirements to apply for the CPA examination or CPA licensure in Wyoming