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 firstname.lastname@example.org regarding eligibility in the state.
Alabama Licensing contact: 334-242-5700
Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.