General Licensure Disclosure – Accounting A collegiate degree is just one part of the licensure process.

StateBrescia's Bachelor of Science in Accounting meets requirement to set for CPA exam.Bachelor's degree required from regionally accredited schoolCredit Hours to Sit for ExamCredit Hours for LicenseImportant Notesspecific course requirementsstate regulation website
AlabamaYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150120 semester hours is required to sit for the CPA exam. Note: If the candidate begins testing under the 120‐semester hour requirement, the candidate will have 36
months after passing the last test section to complete the 150‐semester hour requirement.
At least 24 semester hours or equivalent quarter hours in accounting, law, and at least 24 semester or equivalent quarter hours in business courses.https://www.asbpa.alabama.gov/
AlaskaYes - program meets requirement*Yes120 or within 18 hours of graduation.150AK does NOT require 150 hours to sit for the CPA exam, rather you can sit if you are within 18 hours of your graduation. AK does require a Bachelor degree or above(A) an accounting concentration or the equivalent, as defined in regulations of the board; (B) a minimum of 15 semester credit hours or 22 quarter credit hours of accounting subjects; or (C) one year of public accounting experience under the direct supervision of a certified public accountant; or (2) has met or is within 18 semester credit hours or 27 quarter credit hours of meeting the undergraduate educational requirements of AS 08.04.120 and has completed at least 15 semester hours or 22 quarter hours of accounting subjects.https://www.commerce.alaska.gov/web/cbpl/ProfessionalLicensing/BoardofPublicAccountancy/StatutesRegulations.aspx
ArizonaYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150150 semester hours will be required for CPA Licensureat least twenty-four semester hours of non duplicative accounting courses of which twelve semester hours are upper level courses, and shall also include at least eighteen semester hours in related courses. economics, finance, management, business law, college algebra or more advanced mathematics, advanced written communication, advanced oral communication, general ethics, marketing, or other courses closely related to the subject of accounting and satisfactory to the Board.https://www.azaccountancy.gov/
ArkansasYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150120 semester hours is required to sit for the CPA exam, and 150 hours is required to license. Successful candidates must complete this educational requirement within 3 years of the date the last CPA exam section was passed.30 semester hours of upper-level accounting courses is required. 30 hours of business courses is required.https://asbpa.arkansas.gov/
CaliforniaYes - program meets requirement*Yesbachelor degree150Once you have successfully passed all four parts of the CPA Exam, you must meet the following additional educational requirements prior to the CPA licensure:150 total semester units. 20 semester units in accounting study subjects. 10 semester units in ethics study subjects.https://www.dca.ca.gov/cba/
ColoradoYes - program meets requirement*Yesbachelor degree or above150Total of 150 semesters hours including: 36 semester hours in accounting, 30 semester hours in economics & business administration, 60 semester hours in general education and 24 semester hours in any credit subject. At least 27 semester hours of non-duplicative accounting coursework at the undergraduate or graduate level with course grades of C (or equivalent) or higher.Within the 27 hours in accounting, 21 semester hours must exclude introductory accounting courses. The 21 semester hours in accounting must include a 2 semester hour, or more, audit course concentrating on U.S. GAAS. At least 21 semester hours of non-duplicative coursework in business administration at the undergraduate or graduate level. Of the 21 semester hours, no more than 6 hours can be in any single subject area. Of the 21 semester hours, 12 semester hours must in courses above the intro level in business administration.https://www.colorado.gov/dora/boards_programs
ConnecticutYes - program meets requirement*Yesbachelor degree150150 semester hours will be required for CPA Licensureat least 46 semester hours in the study of accounting and related subjects, including, but not limited to: Business Law, Economics, Finance; of which at least 24 semester hours shall be in the study of accounting.https://portal.ct.gov/DCP/Occupational-and-Professional-Division/Occupational--Profess/Certified-Public-Accountants
DelawareYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150150 semester hours will be required for CPA LicensureMust include 24 semester hours in accounting specific courses including coverage in Financial Accounting, Auditing, and Taxation.https://dpr.delaware.gov/boards/accountancy/
District of ColumbiaYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150Must have a degree with a concentration in Accounting.Must include 27 hours of accounting related subjects to include Commercial business law, financial accounting, auditing, Managerial Accounting, Federal Income Taxes, https://www.dcopla.com/accountancy/
FloridaYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150Total Upper Division Accounting Hours: 24 semester hours or 36 quarter hours to include the following: Taxation, Auditing, Financial, and Cost.Total Upper Division General Business Hours: 24 semester hours or 36 quarter hours to include three (3) semester hours or four (4) quarter hours of business law. One microeconomics, one macroeconomics, one statistics, one business law, and one introduction to computers course may be lower division. Excess upper division accounting courses may be used to meet the general business requirement, but not the business law requirement. However, elementary accounting classes are never acceptable for credit. Neither are courses for non-accounting majors and any MBA courses that are equivalent to elementary accounting.http://www.myfloridalicense.com/DBPR/certified-public-accounting/
GeorgiaYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150Have earned a baccalaureate degree or higher with 20 semester hours or 30 quarter hours in accounting subjects above the introductory level at a four-year, accredited college or university that offers a baccalaureate degree as defined by the Boardhttps://gsba.georgia.gov/
HawaiiYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150150 semester hours will be required for CPA LicensureA baccalaureate degree with a major in a subject other than accounting, plus 18 semester hours of upper division or graduate level accounting or auditing subjects , conferred by a college or university acceptable to the Board; or
A baccalaureate degree or its equivalent in accounting, conferred by a college or university outside of the U.S., which has been reported on an educational course-by-course equivalency report prepared by an evaluate approved by the Board.
http://cca.hawaii.gov/pvl/boards/accountancy/
IdahoYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150 or relative work expereince.Baccalaureate Degree or Equivalent with 30 or more semester hours (or 45 or more quarter hours) in business administration subjects, of which at least 20 or more semester hours (or thirty or more quarter hours) shall be in the study of accounting subjects. If you have a combination of semester credits and quarter hours, you can convert the quarter hours to semester credits by multiplying the quarter hours by two (2) and then dividing by three (3). All transcripts must be sent directly from the college or university. Transcripts delivered to the student in a sealed envelope will not be accepted by the Board. All transcripts must contain a signature of the Registrar or some other official representative of the institution. Transcripts received with the application or marked “issued to student” and without the official seal will not be accepted.https://isba.idaho.gov/
IllinoisYes - program meets requirement*Yes150150Candidates can receive “provisional” approval to take the CPA exam while completing educational requirements – 120 days to clear their provisional status.As of January 1, 2019, candidates are required to successfully complete two (2) Semester Credit Hours (SCH) of Business Communication (BC) and three (3) SCH of Business Ethics (BE) as part of the requirements in order to be approved to sit for the CPA exam.https://www.ilboe.org/
IndianaYes - program meets requirement*yes150150Earned 150 semester hours in general education which must include a baccalaureate degree from a college or university that is accredited by an accrediting organization recognized by the Board; and completed:24 semester hours or equivalent quarter hours in undergraduate accounting or 15 semester hours or equivalent quarter hours in graduate level accounting or an equivalent combination of both.https://www.in.gov/pla/accountancy.htm
IowaYes - program meets requirement*Yes150150Completed at least 24 semester hours in accounting with at least one course in each of the following: financial accounting, auditing, taxation, and management accounting – excluding elementary or principles level courses. Courses in internship or life experience are not acceptable. Completed at least 24 semester hours in business-related courses, such as: finance, management, marketing, economics, and business law. Courses in internships or life experiences are not acceptable.https://www.iacpa.org/
KansasYes - program meets requirement*yes150150150 semester hours are required to set for the exam, but applicants may it up to 60 days before meeting the educational requirementAt least 42 semester hours (63 quarter hours) in business and general education courses. At least 11 semester hours (16.5 quarter hours) in written and oral communications. At least 30 semester hours (45 quarter hours) in courses in accounting theory and practice. Managerial accounting beyond an introductory course. Auditing course concentration on auditing standards generally accepted in the U.S. as issued by the AICPA auditing standards board or the PCAOB or both. U.S. Income Taxation. Accounting systems beyond an introductory computer course.http://www.ksboa.org/
KentuckyYes - program meets requirement*yes120150150 semester hours is required to be licensed for the CPA exam.Need a bachelor or graduate degree with a concentration in accounting. A concentration in accounting means a minimum of 39 semester hours in business-related subjects, of which at least 27 semester hours consists of accounting courses. Business-related subjects means courses that contain in the course prefix or title an indication that the course subject matter is one of the following: business, finance, marketing, management, economics, computers, statistics, or accounting.https://cpa.ky.gov/Pages/default.aspx
LouisianaYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150150 semester hours is required to be licensed for the CPA exam.24 semester hours in accounting required in undergrad level OR 21 semester hours in accounting in graduate level. and 24 semester hours of BUSINESS courses — including the required business law courses.http://cpaboard.state.la.us/
MaineYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150The BA degree and 120 semester hours must be completed within 120 days following the actual date you took your first test section.Have completed 15 semester hours in one or more of the topics listed below. At least 3 semester hours must be earned in auditing and attestation services.
financial accounting and reporting for business organizations
financial accounting and reporting for government and not-for-profit entities
auditing and attestation services
managerial or cost accounting
taxation
fraud examination
internal controls and risk assessment
financial statement analysis
accounting research and analysis
tax research and analysis
accounting information systems
ethics relevant to the practice of public accounting
https://www.maine.gov/pfr/professionallicensing/professions/accountants/index.html
MarylandYes - program meets requirement*Yes12051 semester hours or equivalent quarter hours in accounting of a baccalaureate or higher degree that meets the following requirement: A major in accounting on the baccalaureate level, or its substantial equivalent from an institution that is a member of the American Assembly of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs; is accredited by the Middles States Association of Colleges and Schools; or the equivalent regional accrediting association for other regional areas; or is recognized and approved by the Board. Effective 10/1/11: The applicant shall have completed for the degree a curriculum that the Board considers to constitute: (1) a major in accounting; or (2) a substantial equivalent to a major in accounting, of which required credits or courses may be taken at any 2- or 4-year regionally accredited institution of higher education. The degree required under this section shall be awarded by a school, college, university, or other institution that: (1) is a member of the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business, (2) is a member of the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs; (3) is accredited by or is a constituent unit of an institutional accredited by: (I) the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, or (ii) the equivalent regional accrediting association for other regional areas; or (4) is recognized and approved by the Board. The Board may use the services of any institution that it considers appropriate to determine what constitutes a substantial equivalent to a major in accounting under subsection (b)(2) of this section. If the Board uses an institution to determine curriculum equivalencies, the Board may accept as final the determination of that institution.http://www.dllr.state.md.us/license/cpa/
MassachusettsYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150120 semester hours and a BA degree is required within 90 days of sitting for the exam. 150 hours to be licensed.include 21 semester hours of accounting courses including coverage in: financial auditing, auditing, taxation, management. Include 9 semester hours of business courses including: business law, finance, information systems.https://www.mass.gov/orgs/board-of-public-accountancy
MichiganYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150BA must be completed within 30 days following the actual date the candidate takes the first exam section.3 semester hours in auditing, 21 semester hours in accounting including student in each of the following: financial accounting and accounting theory, managerial accounting, including cost accounting, accounting systems and controls, US federal taxation, governmental/fund accounting, 24 semester hours in general business subjects.https://www.michigan.gov/lara/0,4601,7-154-89334_72600_72602_72731_72855---,00.html
MinnesotaYes - program meets requirement*Yes150150 If you met the minimum requirement described above to sit for the exam, you would need a total of 150 semester hours from an accredited institution that includes a total of 48 hours in business-related subjects and intermediate or higher accounting coursework (counting the 24 originally earned to sit for the exam).https://boa.state.mn.us/
MississippiYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150Minimum 48 semester hours upper division or graduate level accounting and business related courses.24 semester hours upper-level accounting course minimum including 3 hours in each of the following: Financial Accounting, Auditing, Taxation, Management Accounting, and Government/Not for Profit Accountinghttps://www.msbpa.ms.gov/Pages/Home.aspx
MissouriYes - program meets requirement*Yes150150May sit within 60 days prior to completing educational requirementThirty-three semester hours in accounting (at least one course in auditing and at least 18 semester hours of the accounting courses must be upper division accounting). Please Note: Accounting Law and Business Law courses are not acceptable toward the accounting requirement regardless of the department in which they were offered; twenty-seven semester hours in general business courses (e.g., marketing, management, economics, finance etc.).https://pr.mo.gov/accountancy.asp
MontanaYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150150 hours required when apply for licensure, but not to set for the exam.Completed at least 24 semester hours of upper division or graduate level accounting courses, including at least one course in each of the following subject areas: Financial Accounting, Auditing, Taxation, Management Accounting. Completed at least 24 semester hours in business related courses such as: information systems, business law, finance, economics, marketing, organizational behavior, quantitative application in business, communication skills.http://boards.bsd.dli.mt.gov/pac
NebraskaYes - program meets requirement*Yes150150Have completed (or have in progress) at least 150 semester (225 quarter) hours of postsecondary academic credit and earned a baccalaureate or higher degree from a college or university 36 semester hours in accounting above the intro level, subject to be covered include: financial accounting theory, managerial accounting, taxation, auditing, accounting information systems, governmental not for profit accounting. 36 semester hours in general business subjects, subjects to be covered include: macroeconomics, microeconomics, business law, marketing, management, finance, business communication, business ethics, quantative application in business, principles of accounting.https://nbpa.nebraska.gov/
NevadaYes - program meets requirement*Yes with a major in accounting120 must have a major in accounting150Nevada’s education requirement to sit for the CPA Examination has changed to require the following education: Candidate’s transcripts must indicate a completion of a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited University or College with a Major in Accounting.21 semester credits in Accounting courses above the introductory level. Subjects to be covered include: financial accounting (9 credits) cost accounting, Auditing, Federal Income Tax, Business law.http://www.nvaccountancy.com/
New HampshireYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150A minimum of 30 semester hours in accounting subjects which must include coverage in financial accounting, management accounting, auditing and taxation. A minimum of 24 semester hours in business subjects other than accounting.https://www.oplc.nh.gov/
New JerseyYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150150 hours required when apply for licensure, but not to set for the exam.At least 24 semester hours in accounting at the undergraduate level or the graduate level, which included coursework in financial accounting, auditing, taxation and managerial accounting; and At least 24 semester hours in business courses (other than accounting courses) at the undergraduate level; Earned a baccalaureate or higher degree from an institution which has been granted regional accreditation and completed each of the following: At least 30 semester hours in accounting, which included coursework in financial accounting, auditing, taxation and management accounting; and At least 24 semester hours in business courses (other than accounting courses) at the undergraduate or graduate level.https://www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/
New MexicoYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150120 credit hours are required to sit for the CPA exam; 150 credit hours are required to be licensed as a CPA.Possess the equivalent of a U.S bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university which includes at least 30 hours must be in accounting. No more than three of the 30 hours may be in business law.http://www.rld.state.nm.us/boards/Accountancy.aspx
New YorkYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150120 credit hours are required to sit for the CPA exam; 150 credit hours are required to be licensed as a CPA.33 semester hours in accounting to include each of the following: financial accounting, cost accounting, taxation, audit and attestation, accounting research and 36 semester hours in general business.http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/cpa/
North CarolinaYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150Accounting courses include such courses as principles courses at the elementary, intermediate and advanced levels; managerial accounting; business law; cost accounting; fund accounting; auditing; and taxation. There are many college courses offered that would be helpful in the practice of accountancy, but are not included in the definition of a concentration in accounting. Such courses include business finance, business management, computer science, economics, writing skills, accounting internships, and CPA exam review.https://nccpaboard.gov/
North DakotaYes - program meets requirement*Yes150150At least 150 semester hours of college education, including a BA or BS or higher degree or their equivalent, from an accepted college. At least 24 semester credits of accounting coursework or equivalent, and 24 credits of other business coursework (not including accounting principles.https://www.ndsba.nd.gov/
OhioYes - program meets requirement*No150150Have completed 150 semester hours of college education earned at an institution recognized by CHEA or accredited by AACSB. Hours must include 30 semester hours in accounting at the undergraduate level or 18 semester hours of accounting at the graduate level with at least one course in each of the following: Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Auditing with coverage of GAAS (Internal auditing may not be used for auditing, but may be used as an elective), Taxation, and professional ethics and responsibilities; hours must also include 24 semester hours in business subjects.Earned, in lieu of completion of 150 semester hours of college education, a minimum score of 620 on the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), and the completion of 30 semester hours of accounting with at least one course in each of the following: Financial accounting, Management accounting, Auditing with coverage of GAAS (Internal auditing may not be used for auditing, but may be used as an elective), Taxation, Professional ethics and responsibilities, AND, 24 semester hours in business subjects.https://acc.ohio.gov/
OklahomaYes - program meets requirement*Yes150150CPA QUALIFICATION APPLICANT: You must submit sufficient official transcripts to reflect: a minimum of 150 semester hours of college education including a baccalaureate or higher degree; a minimum of 76 semester hours of upper-division level course credit; a minimum of 30 semester hours of accounting course credits above principles of accounting or introductory accounting, including at least one auditing or assurance course (not internal auditing); and a minimum of 9 semester hours of upper division-level related course credit in any or all of the subjects of economics, statistics, finance, marketing, management, business law, business communication, financial information systems and computer science.https://www.ok.gov/oab_web/
OregonYes - program meets requirement*Yes15015024 semester* (36 quarter) hours in accounting specific courses; and 24 semester* (36 quarter) hours in accounting or related (business, economics, finance, and written and/or oral communication) internship courses will be limited to a maximum of 4 semester hours or 6 quarter hours. Accounting courses taken to meet the 24 semester or 36 quarter hour requirement must be upper-division courses (300 level or above). Principles and introductory courses cannot be used to meet this requirement.https://www.oregon.gov/BOA/Pages/index.aspx
PennsylvaniaYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150120 semester hours is required to sit for the CPA exam. 150 hours is required for licensure.A Baccalaureate degree from a college or university accredited by a nationally recognized accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education, and completed at least a total of 24 semester credits, which credits shall be in accounting and auditing, business law, finance, microeconomics, macroeconomics or tax subjects of a content satisfactory to the Board, not necessarily as a part of your undergraduate work.https://www.dos.pa.gov/ProfessionalLicensing/BoardsCommissions/Accountancy/Pages/default.aspx
Rhode IslandYes - program meets requirement*No150150Earned a graduate degree with a concentration in accounting from a program that is accredited in accounting by an accrediting agency recognized by the Board.Earned a graduate degree from a program that is accredited in business by an accrediting agency recognized by the Board and completed not less than 24 semester hours in accounting at the undergraduate level or 15 semester hours at the graduate level, or an equivalent combination thereof. The accounting courses must include at least: six semester hours in both fundamental accounting and intermediate financial accounting and reporting and not less than three semester hours in each of the following: advanced financial accounting and reporting, tax accounting and auditing. Earned a baccalaureate degree or higher degree at an institution that is accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the Board and completed not less than 24 semester hours in accounting at the undergraduate or graduate level, and completed not less than 24 semester hours in business courses (other than accounting courses) at the undergraduate or graduate level. The accounting courses must include at least: six semester hours in both fundamental accounting and intermediate financial accounting and reporting and not less than three semester hours in each of the following: advanced financial accounting and reporting, tax accounting and auditing. The business courses must include not less than three semester hours in both business law and economics.https://dbr.ri.gov/divisions/accountancy/
South CarolinaYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150At least 24 semester hours of accounting in courses that are applicable to a baccalaureate, master’s, or doctoral degree and which cover: Financial accounting, Managerial accounting, Taxation, Auditing; At least 24 semester hours of business courses that are applicable to a baccalaureate, master’s, or doctoral degree and which may include: Economics, Finance, Business law, Management, Computer science, Statistics, Ethics, Marketing, and accounting hours not counted in item.https://llr.sc.gov/acct/
South DakotaYes - program meets requirement*Yes150150At least 150 semester hours of college education, including graduation from a regionally accredited college or university with a baccalaureate or graduate degree in accounting; or the satisfactory completion of a  course of study which the Board has determined to be substantially the equivalent of an accounting degree, including related courses in other areas of business administration.Both a major in accounting or a course of study substantially equivalent to a major in accounting must include 24 semester hours in accounting at the undergraduate r graduate level from a regionally accredited college or university, including elementary principles of accounting and at least one course in each of the following: intermediate or advanced accounting, auditing, taxation and cost accounting. A degree in accounting or a course of study substantially equivalent to a major in accounting must also include 24 semester hours in business courses other than accounting courses at the undergraduate or graduate level.https://dlr.sd.gov/accountancy/default.aspx
TennesseeYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150Need 150 hours to be granted full licensure, but do not need to sit for the exam.Effective Jan. 26, 2017, you must have completed a BA degree with at least 18 semester or 27 quarter hours of accounting education at the upper division level, junior level or higher.https://www.tn.gov/commerce/regboards/accountancy.html
TexasYes - program meets requirement*Yes150150Complete 30 semester hours or quarter-hour equivalents of upper level accounting courses from a board-recognized college or university, of which 15 semester hours or quarter-hour equivalents must be in traditional face-to-face courses. Within the coursework two-semester hours of accounting or tax research and analysis are required .Complete 24 semester hours or quarter-hour equivalents of upper level related business courses. Within the coursework two-semester hours of accounting or business communications are required . Complete a 3-semester-hourBoard-approved ethics course.http://www.tsbpa.state.tx.us/
UtahYes - program meets requirement*Yes135150135 semester hours is required to set for the exam; 150 hours is required for licensure30 semester hours (45 quarter hours) in business or related courses providing a minimum of 2 semester hours (3 quarter hours) in each of the following subjects: business law, computers, economics, ethics, finance, statistics and quantitative methods, written and oral communications, business administration such as marketing, reduction, management, policy or organizational behavior; 24 semester hours (36 quarter hours) in upper division accounting courses with a minimum of two semester hours (three quarter hours) in each of the following subjects: auditing, finance, managerial or cost, systems, taxes; 30 semester hours (45 quarter hours) beyond the requirements for a baccalaureate degree of additional business related course work including not less than: 8 semester hours (12 quarter hours) in graduate accounting courses, 12 semester hours (18 quarter hours) in graduate accounting or graduate business courses; and 10 semester hours (15 quarter hours) of additional business related hours shall be taken in upper division undergraduate or graduate level courses.https://dopl.utah.gov/cpa/index.html
VermontYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150need 30 semester hours in accounting and business including 6 hours in financial or managerial accounting; 3 hours in auditing; 3 hours in US taxation, 3 hours in US business law.https://sos.vermont.gov/
VirginiaYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150Accounting concentration or equivalent: Principles or introductory accounting courses cannot be considered in determining whether a person has obtained the 48 minimum number of semester hours required for an accounting concentration or equivalent.Minimum of 24 semester hours of accounting courses, to include: courses in auditing, financial accounting, management accounting, and taxation.http://www.boa.virginia.gov/
WashingtonYes - program meets requirement*Yes150150A concentration in accounting, which means: 24 semester hours (36 quarter) in accounting subjects, of which at least 15 semester (22.5 quarter) hours are at the upper level or graduate level.24 semester hours (36 quarter) in business subjects at the undergraduate or graduate level in business and general education courseshttps://acb.wa.gov/
West VirginiaYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150150 hours required when apply for licensure, but not to set for the exam.An applicant for the Uniform CPA Examination in West Virginia may qualify to site with a baccalaureate degree and the completion of specific required courses at the upper-division baccalaureate and/or graduate levels at an accredited college or university. The required courses include 30 semester hours of accounting* (excluding Principles of Accounting), 3 semester hours in ethics, 3 semester hours in business law*, and 27 semester hours in business and related courses.*https://www.boa.wv.gov/
WisconsinYes - program meets requirement*Yes120150150 hours required when apply for licensure, but not to set for the exam.At least 24 semester hours in accounting at the undergraduate level or 15 semester hours at the graduate level, or an equivalent combination. At least 24 semester hours in business courses other than accounting at the undergraduate level or 15 semester hours at the graduate level, or an equivalent combination.https://dsps.wi.gov/pages/BoardsCouncils/Accounting/Default.aspx
WyomingYes - program meets requirement*Yes150150Educational requirements must be completed no later than 90 days after the actual date the candidate took the first exam section.Have completed 150 credit hours of college education including a Bachelor’s degree with 24 hours in upper-division Accounting courses and 24 hours in business courses.https://sites.google.com/a/wyo.gov/wyoming-cpa/
Yes - program meets requirement*
* Brescia University meets the education requirements to set for the CPA exam.