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Accounting – Professional Licensure/Certification Disclosure

Students enrolling in the Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in accounting may be interested in becoming a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). Students enrolled in the Master of Accounting program and the Accountancy Certificate may also be interested in becoming a CPA.

The CPA has a uniform exam, but each state/jurisdiction has unique educational and prerequisite requirements that candidates must meet. Each of the sections below, provide additional information on whether these three programs meet the educational requirements in each state/jurisdiction.

Additional questions should be directed to the Department of Accounting & Information Systems.

Last Updated – June 2020

If you are considering applying to this program, please select the state/territory below for more information regarding educational requirements for professional licensure/certification in that state/territory. While this information has been collected to assist with students’ research, you are encouraged to do your own due diligence regarding whether or not the educational requirements of your program of interest meet certification/licensure requirements in your location to ensure you are making the most informed decision.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Alabama.  

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Alabama. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Alabama.

For more information, please review Alabama’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Alaska. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Alaska, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Alaska. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Alaska.

For more information, please review Alaska’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in American Samoa. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in American Samoa, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in American Samoa. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in American Samoa.

For more information, please review American Samoa’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

 

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Arizona. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Arizona, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Arizona. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Arizona.

For more information, please review Arizona’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

 

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Arkansas. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Arkansas, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Arkansas. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Arkansas.

For more information, please review Arkansas' Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in California.  

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in California. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in California.

For more information, please review California’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

 

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Colorado.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Colorado. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Colorado.

For more information, please review Colorado’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Connecticut. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Connecticut, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Connecticut. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Connecticut.

For more information, please review Connecticut’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Delaware. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Delaware, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Delaware. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Delaware.

For more information, please review Delaware’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in the District of Columbia. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in the District of Columbia, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in the District of Columbia. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in the District of Columbia.

For more information, please review District of Columbia’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

 

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Florida. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Florida, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Florida. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Florida.

For more information, please review Florida’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

 

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Georgia. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Georgia, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Georgia. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Georgia.

For more information, please review Georgia’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Guam. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Guam, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Guam. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Guam.

For more information, please review Guam’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Hawaii. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Hawaii, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Hawaii. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Hawaii.

For more information, please review Hawaii’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

 

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Idaho. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Idaho, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Idaho. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Idaho.

For more information, please review Idaho’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Illinois. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Illinois, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Illinois. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Illinois.

For more information, please review Illinois' Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

 

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Indiana. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Indiana, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Indiana. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Indiana.

For more information, please review Indiana’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.  

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Iowa. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Iowa, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Iowa. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Iowa.

For more information, please review Iowa’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Kansas. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Kansas, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Kansas. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Kansas.

For more information, please review Kansas' Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Kentucky. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Kentucky, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Kentucky. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Kentucky.

For more information, please review Kentucky’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Louisiana. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Louisiana, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Louisiana. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Louisiana.

For more information, please review Louisiana’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Maine. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Maine, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Maine. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Maine.

For more information, please review Maine’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Maryland. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Maryland, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Maryland. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Maryland.

For more information, please review Maryland’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Massachusetts. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Massachusetts, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Massachusetts. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Massachusetts.

For more information, please review Massachusetts' Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Michigan. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Michigan, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Michigan. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Michigan.

For more information, please review Michigan’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Minnesota. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Minnesota, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Minnesota. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Minnesota.

For more information, please review Minnesota’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Mississippi. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Mississippi, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Mississippi. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Mississippi.

For more information, please review Mississippi’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Missouri. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Missouri, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Missouri. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Missouri.

For more information, please review Missouri’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

 

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Montana. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Montana, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Montana. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Montana.

For more information, please review Montana’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Nebraska. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Nebraska, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Nebraska. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Nebraska.

For more information, please review Nebraska’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

 

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Nevada. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Nevada, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Nevada. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Nevada.

For more information, please review Nevada’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

 

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in New Hampshire. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in New Hampshire, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in New Hampshire. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in New Hampshire.

For more information, please review New Hampshire’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in New Jersey. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in New Jersey, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in New Jersey. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in New Jersey.

For more information, please review New Jersey’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

 

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in New Mexico. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in New Mexico, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in New Mexico. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in New Mexico.

For more information, please review New Mexico’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in New York. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in New York, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in New York. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in New York.

For more information, please review New York’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in North Carolina. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in North Carolina, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in North Carolina. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in North Carolina.

For more information, please review North Carolina’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in North Dakota. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in North Dakota, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in North Dakota. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in North Dakota.

For more information, please review North Dakota’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in the Northern Mariana Islands. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in the Northern Mariana Islands, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in the Northern Mariana Islands. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in the Northern Mariana Islands.

For more information, please review Northern Mariana Island’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Ohio. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Ohio, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Ohio. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Ohio.

For more information, please review Ohio’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Oklahoma. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Oklahoma, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Oklahoma. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Oklahoma.

For more information, please review Oklahoma’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Oregon. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Oregon, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Oregon. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Oregon.

For more information, please review Oregon’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Pennsylvania. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Pennsylvania, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Pennsylvania. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Pennsylvania.

For more information, please review Pennsylvania’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

 

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Puerto Rico. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Puerto Rico, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Puerto Rico. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Puerto Rico.

For more information, please review Puerto Rico’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

 

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Rhode Island. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Rhode Island, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Rhode Island. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Rhode Island.

For more information, please review Rhode Island’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in South Carolina. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in South Carolina, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in South Carolina. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in South Carolina.

For more information, please review South Carolina’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in South Dakota. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in South Dakota, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in South Dakota. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in South Dakota.

For more information, please review South Dakota’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Tennessee. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Tennessee, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Tennessee. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Tennessee.

For more information, please review Tennessee’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Texas. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Texas, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Texas. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Texas.

For more information, please review Texas' Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Utah. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Utah, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Utah. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Utah.

For more information, please review Utah’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Vermont. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Vermont, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Vermont. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Vermont.

For more information, please review Vermont’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Virginia. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Virginia, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Virginia. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Virginia.

For more information, please review Virginia’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in the U.S. Virgin Islands. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in U.S. Virgin Islands, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in the U.S. Virgin Islands. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

For more information, please review Virgin Island’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Washington. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Washington, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Washington. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Washington.

For more information, please review Washington’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in West Virginia. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in West Virginia, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in West Virginia. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in West Virginia.

For more information, please review West Virginia’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Wisconsin. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Wisconsin, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Wisconsin. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Wisconsin.

For more information, please review Wisconsin’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.

The required curriculum for the AACSB accredited Villanova Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting does not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Wyoming. The School of Business does offer courses that may allow an individual to meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Wyoming, but these classes are not part of the required curriculum and would need to be self-selected by the student.

The curriculum for the Master of Accounting (30 credits) and the Accountancy Certificate (36 credits) do not meet the education requirements to earn a CPA license in Wyoming. However, when paired with the appropriate undergraduate degree, they may assist students in reaching the educational requirements in Wyoming.

For more information, please review Wyoming’s Public Accountancy licensure requirements.