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Master of Science in Accountancy programs

Boise State’s Master of Science in Accountancy programs (including Accountancy Taxation), will help you take the next step in your career. The programs, including two online programs options, equip students with the depth of knowledge in accounting necessary to take the CPA exam and also to lead in their careers with skills in financial analysis and business development.

A master’s degree in accounting provides a deep dive in accounting principles from experienced faculty using case studies and projects. Students will boost their critical thinking and analytical skills, preparing them for the national demand for leaders in the field.

The Online Master of Science in Accountancy and the Online Master of Science in Accountancy Foundations are offered 100% online and can be completed in as few as 12 months if enrolled full-time and 22 months if enrolled part-time.

Students in the Master of Science in Accountancy Taxation program may use their tax and business expertise to progress into positions such as controller, director of taxation, chief financial officer of a corporation, or as a partner in, or owner of their own firms. In a world of complex tax laws, tax professionals must have a perspective extending beyond the details of the Internal Revenue Code. They must have expertise in the functions and limitations of revenue laws, in communicating their knowledge, and in assuring the efficiency and fairness of the tax system.

Accountancy Disclosures by State

Alabama

Alabama Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Alabama dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Alabama State Board of Public Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Alabama’s State Board of Public Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Alabama Licensing contact: 334-242-5700

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Alaska

Alaska Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Alaska dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Alaska Board of Public Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Alaska’s Board of Public Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Alaska licensing contact: 907-269-4712

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Arizona

Arizona Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Arizona dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Arizona State Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Arizona’s State Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Arizona Licensing contact: 602-364-0804

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Arkansas

Arkansas Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Arkansas dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Arkansas State Board of Public Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Arkansas’ State Board of Public Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Arkansas licensing contact: 501-682-1520

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

California

California Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of California dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the California Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review California’s Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

California licensing contact: 916-263-3680

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Colorado

Colorado Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Colorado dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Colorado Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Colorado’s Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Colorado licensing contact: 303-894-7800

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Connecticut

Connecticut Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure for the state of Connecticut and is accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).  Please review Connecticut’s State Board of Accountancy website for additional details, beyond educational requirements, related to obtaining licensure.

Connecticut licensing contact: 860-509-6179

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Delaware

Delaware Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Delaware dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Delaware Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Delaware’s Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Delaware licensing contact: 302-744-4500

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

District of Columbia

District of Columbia Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the District of Columbia dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the District of Columbia’s Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review the District of Columbia’s Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

District of Columbia licensing contact: 202-442-4320

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Florida

Florida Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Florida dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Florida Division of Certified Public Accounting, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Florida’s Division of Certified Public Accounting website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Florida licensing contact: 352-333-2505

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Georgia

Georgia Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Georgia dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Georgia State Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Georgia’s State Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Georgia licensing contact: 404-463-0365

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Hawaii

Hawaii Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Hawaii dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Hawaii Board of Public Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Hawaii’s Board of Public Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Hawaii licensing contact: 808-586-2696

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Idaho

Idaho Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure for the state of Idaho and is accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).  Please review Idaho’s State Board of Accountancy website for additional details, beyond educational requirements, related to obtaining licensure.

Idaho licensing information: 208-334-2490

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Illilnois

Illinois Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure for the state of Illinois and is accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).  Please review Illinois’ Board of Examiners website for additional details, beyond educational requirements, related to obtaining licensure.

Illinois licensing contact: 815-753-8900

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Indiana

Indiana Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Indiana dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Indiana Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Indiana’s Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Indiana licensing contact: 317-234-8800

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Iowa

Iowa Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure for the state of Iowa and is accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).  Please review Iowa’s Professional Licensing Bureau website for additional details, beyond educational requirements, related to obtaining licensure.

Iowa licensing contact: 515-725-9024

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Kansas

Kansas Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Kansas dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Kansas Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Kansas’ Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Kansas licensure contact: 785-296-2162

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Kentucky

Kentucky Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Kentucky dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Kentucky Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Kentucky’s Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Kentucky licensure contact: 502-595-3037

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Louisiana

Louisiana Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Louisiana dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Louisiana State Board of Certified Public Accountants, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Louisiana’s State Board of Certified Public Accountants website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Louisiana licensure contact: 504-566-1244

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Maine

Maine Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Maine dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Maine Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Maine’s Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Maine licensure contact: 207-624-8672

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Maryland

Maryland Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Maryland dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Maryland Board of Public Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Maryland’s Board of Public Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Maryland licensure contact: 410-230-6258

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Massachusetts

Massachusetts Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure for the state of Massachusetts and is accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).  Please review Massachusetts’ Board of Public Accountancy website for additional details, beyond educational requirements, related to obtaining licensure.

Massachusetts licensure contact: 617-727-1806

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Michigan

Michigan Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure for the state of Michigan and is accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).  Please review Michigan’s Licensing and Regulatory Affairs website for additional details, beyond educational requirements, related to obtaining licensure.

Michigan licensure contact: 517-373-8068

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Minnesota

Minnesota Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure for the state of Minnesota and is accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).  Please review Minnesota’s Board of Accountancy website for additional details, beyond educational requirements, related to obtaining licensure.

Minnesota licensure contact: 651-296-7938

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Mississippi

Mississippi Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Mississippi dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Mississippi State Board of Public Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Mississippi’s State Board of Public Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Mississippi licensing contact: 601-354-7320

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Missouri

Missouri Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Missouri dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Missouri Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Missouri’s Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Missouri licensure contact: 573-751-0012

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Montana

Montana Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Montana dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Montana Board of Public Accountants, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Montana’s Board of Public Accountants website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Montana licensure contact: 406-841-2383

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Nebraska

Nebraska Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Nebraska dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Nebraska Board of Public Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Nebraska Board of Public Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Nebraska licensure contact: 402-471-3595

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Nevada

Nevada Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Nevada dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Nevada State Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Nevada’s State Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Nevada licensure contact: 775-786-0231

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

New Hampshire

New Hampshire Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of New Hampshire dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the New Hampshire Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review New Hampshire’s Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

New Hampshire licensure contact: 603-271-2219

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

New Jersey

New Jersey Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of New Jersey dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the New Jersey State Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review New Jersey’s State Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

New Jersey licensure contact: 973-504-6380

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

New Mexico

New Mexico Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure for the state of New Mexico and is accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).  Please review New Mexico’s Boards and Commissions website for additional details, beyond educational requirements, related to obtaining licensure.

New Mexico licensure contact: 505-222-9850

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

New York

New York Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure for the state of New York and is accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).  Please review New York’s Office of the Professions website for additional details, beyond educational requirements, related to obtaining licensure.

New York licensure contact: 518-474-3817, Ext. 160

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

North Carolina

North Carolina Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure for the state of North Carolina and is accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).  Please review North Carolina’s State Board of Certified Pubic Accountant Examiners website for additional details, beyond educational requirements, related to obtaining licensure.

North Carolina licensing contact: 919-733-4222

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

North Dakota

North Dakota Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of North Dakota dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the North Dakota Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review North Dakota’s Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

North Dakota licensing contact: 800-532-5904

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Ohio

Ohio Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure for the state of Ohio and is accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).  Please review the Accountancy Board of Ohio’s website for additional details, beyond educational requirements, related to obtaining licensure.

Ohio licensing contact: 614-466-4135

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Oklahoma

Oklahoma Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Oklahoma dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Oklahoma Accountancy Board, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Oklahoma’s Accountancy Board website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Oklahoma licensing contact: 405-521-2397

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Oregon

Oregon Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Oregon dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Oregon Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Oregon’s Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Oregon licensing contact: 503-378-4181

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure for the state of Pennsylvania and is accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).  Please review Pennsylvania’s State Board of Accountancy website for additional details, beyond educational requirements, related to obtaining licensure.

Pennsylvania licensing contact: 717-783-1404

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Rhode Island

Rhode Island

Boise State University’s Master of Science in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure for the state of Rhode Island and is accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).  Please review Rhode Island’s Board of Accountancy website for additional details, beyond educational requirements, related to obtaining licensure.

Rhode Island licensing contact: 401-462-9550

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

South Carolina

South Carolina Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of South Carolina’s dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the South Carolina Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review South Carolina’s Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

South Carolina licensing contact: 803-896-4770

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

South Dakota

South Dakota Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of South Dakota dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the South Dakota Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review South Dakota’s Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

South Dakota licensing contact: 605-367-5770

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Tennessee

Tennessee Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Tennessee dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Tennessee State Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Tennessee’s State Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Tennessee licensing contact: 615-741-2550

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Texas

Texas Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Texas dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Texas’ State Board of Public Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Texas licensing contact: 512-305-7800

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Utah

Utah Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure for the state of Utah and is accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).  Please review Utah’s Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing website for additional details, beyond educational requirements, related to obtaining licensure.

Utah licensing contact: 801-530-6628

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Vermont

Vermont Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Vermont dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Vermont Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Vermont’s Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Vermont licensing contact: 802-828-2373

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Virginia

Virginia Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Virginia dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Virginia Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Virginia’s Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Virginia licensing contact: 804-367-8505

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Washington

Washington Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Washington dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Washington Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Washington’s Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Washington licensing contact: 360-753-2585

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

West Virginia

West Virginia Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure for the state of West Virginia and is accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).  Please review West Virginia’s Board of Accountancy website for additional details, beyond educational requirements, related to obtaining licensure.

West Virginia licensing contact: 8/24/2021.

Information last reviewed 6/6/2020.

Wisconsin

Wisconsin Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure for the state of Wisconsin and is accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).  Please review Wisconsin’s Accounting Examining Board website for additional details, beyond educational requirements, related to obtaining licensure.

Wisconsin licensing contact: 608-266-2112

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Wyoming

Wyoming Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the state of Wyoming dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Wyoming Board of  Certified Public Accountants, which includes meeting other state requirements. Please review Wyoming’s Board of Certified Public Accountants website for details about obtaining licensure in the state and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the state.

Wyoming licensing contact: 307-777-7551

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the territory of Puerto Rico dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states and some territories require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states and territories require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the territory is made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Puerto Rico’s  Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other territory requirements. Please review Puerto Rico’s Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the territory and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the territory.

Puerto Rico licensing contact: 629-203-1992

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Virgin Islands

Virgin Islands Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meets the educational requirements component for professional licensure standards for the territory of the Virgin Islands. All states and some territories require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states and territories require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specific coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the requirements for licensure in the state or territory are made by the Board. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Please review the Virgin Island’s Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs website for details about obtaining licensure in the territory and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the territory.

Virgin Islands licensing contact: 340.718.6982

Information Last Reviewed 8/24/2021.

American Samoa

American Samoa Licensing Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meets the educational requirements component for professional licensure standards for the territory of American Samoa. All states and some territories require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states and territories require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specific coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State and Territorial Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the requirements for licensure in the state or territory are made by the Board. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). 

American Samoa licensure contact: 1 (684) 633-4116

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Guam

Guam Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure standards for the territory of Guam dependent upon the candidate’s prior undergraduate coursework. Among the various requirements, all states and territories require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states and territories require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specified coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State and Territorial Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state or territory are made by the Board of Accountancy. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It is the professional obligation of each candidate to be personally responsible for their qualification for licensing as a CPA with the Guam Board of Accountancy, which includes meeting other territory requirements. Please review Guam’s Board of Accountancy website for details about obtaining licensure in the territory and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the territory.

Guam licensure contact: 1-671-647-0813

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Marshall Islands

Marshall Islands Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meets the educational requirements component for professional licensure standards for the territory of the Marshall Islands. All states and some territories require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states and territories require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specific coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State and Territorial Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the requirements for licensure in the state or territory are made by the Board. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

Marshall Islands licensure contact: +692-247-4011

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Federated States of Micronesia

Federated States of Micronesia Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meets the educational requirements component for professional licensure standards for the territory of the Federated States of Micronesia. All states and some territories require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states and territories require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specific coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State and Territorial Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the requirements for licensure in the state or territory are made by the Board. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

Federated States of Micronesia licensure contact: (691) 320-2640

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Northern Mariana Islands

Northern Mariana Islands Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Master of Science programs in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meets the educational requirements component for professional licensure standards for the territory of the Northern Mariana Islands. All states and some territories require at least 150 credits to be eligible to  become licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, however many states and territories require that those 150 credits include a specific number of credits of specific coursework, therefore eligibility is often dependent upon prior undergraduate level coursework. Many State and Territorial Boards of Accountancy require submission of an applicant’s undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts for evaluation. The final decision as to whether or not an applicant meets the requirements for licensure in the state or territory are made by the Board. The Master of Science programs in Accountancy are designed to prepare students to pursue licensure in Idaho and are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Please review the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy’s Northern Mariana Islands webpage for details about obtaining licensure in the territory and consult with Boise State’s Department of Accountancy acct@boisestate.edu regarding eligibility in the territory.

Northern Mariana Islands licensure contact: (866) 350-0017

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Palau

Palau Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Master of Science in Accountancy and Accountancy Taxation meet the educational requirements component related to professional licensure for the territory of Palau and is accredited in Accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).  Please review Palau’s Board of Accountancy website for additional details, beyond educational requirements, related to obtaining licensure.

Palau licensure contact: (680) 488-2889/5687

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.