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Professional Licensing Disclosure

If your career requires professional licensure, your license to practice may have specific state or national requirements.

If you are seeking a license for your field, you may need to reach out to a licensing entity or state agency to receive your credentials.

Learn more below about specific state requirements.

Accounting

All states and territories require 150 credit hours for licensure; therefore, the BSBA in Accounting program alone does not meet the educational requirements for licensure as a CPA. In some states, applicants may have the option to sit for the CPA examination while completing their additional coursework.

State Overseeing Agency Determination
Alabama Alabama State Board of Public Accountancy Does not meet
Alaska Alaska Board of Public Accountancy Does not meet
Arizona Arizona State Board of Accountancy Does not meet
Arkansas Arkansas State Board of Public Accountancy Does not meet
California California Board of Accountancy Does not meet
Colorado Colorado Board of Accountancy Does not meet
Commonwealth of the Northern Marina Islands Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Does not meet
Connecticut Connecticut State Department of Consumer Protection Does not meet
Delaware Delaware Board of Accountancy Does not meet
District of Columbia District of Columbia Board of Accountancy Does not meet
Florida Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation Does not meet
Georgia Georgia State Board of Accountancy Does not meet
Guam Guam Board of Accountancy Does not meet
Hawaii Hawaii Board of Public Accountancy Does not meet
Idaho Idaho State Board of Accountancy Does not meet
Illinois Illinois Board of Examiners Does not meet
Indiana Indiana Board of Accountancy Does not meet
Iowa Iowa Accountancy Examining Board Does not meet
Kansas Kansas Board of Accountancy Does not meet
Kentucky Kentucky Board of Accountancy Does not meet
Louisiana State Board of Certified Public Accountants of Louisiana Does not meet
Maine State of Maine Board of Accountancy Does not meet
Maryland Maryland Board of Public Accountancy Does not meet
Massachusetts Massachusetts Board of Public Accountancy Does not meet
Michigan Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs Does not meet
Minnesota Minnesota Board of Accountancy Does not meet
Mississippi Mississippi State Board of Public Accountancy Does not meet
Missouri Missouri Board of Accountancy Does not meet
Montana Montana Board of Public Accountants Does not meet
Nebraska Nebraska Board of Public Accountancy Does not meet
Nevada Nevada State Board of Accountancy Does not meet
New Hampshire New Hampshire Board of Accountancy Does not meet
New Jersey New Jersey State Board of Accountancy Does not meet
New Mexico New Mexico Regulation & Licensing Department Does not meet
New York New York State Education Department Office of the Professions Does not meet
North Carolina North Carolina State Board of Certified Public Accountant Examiners Does not meet
North Dakota North Dakota Board of Accountancy Does not meet
Ohio Accountancy Board of Ohio Does not meet
Oklahoma Oklahoma Accountancy Board Does not meet
Oregon State of Oregon Board of Accountancy Does not meet
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania State Board of Accountancy Does not meet
Puerto Rico Gobierno de Puerto Rico Departamento do Estado Does not meet
Rhode Island State of Rhode Island Board of Accountancy Does not meet
South Carolina South Carolina Board of Accountancy Does not meet
South Dakota South Dakota Board of Accountancy Does not meet
Tennessee Tennessee State Board of Accountancy Does not meet
Texas Texas State Board of Public Accountancy Does not meet
U.S. Virgin Islands Virgin Islands Board of Public Accountancy Does not meet
Utah Utah State Board of Accountancy Does not meet
Vermont Vermont State Board of Public Accountancy Does not meet
Virginia Virginia Board of Accountancy Does not meet
Washington Washington State Board of Accountancy Does not meet
West Virginia West Virginia Board of Accountancy Does not meet
Wisconsin Wisconsin Accounting Examining Board Does not meet
Wyoming Wyoming Board of Certified Public Accountants Does not meet

University Withdrawal Procedure

Center or Online students who choose to withdraw from the University should contact their Academic Advisor or Center Director who will assist in the process.

Fayette campus students who plan to withdraw or transfer should fill out the form located on myUIU – Academics – Student Forms – University Withdrawal Form

Students who want to withdraw from a course only should use the Course Withdrawal form located on myUIU – Academics – Student Forms – Course Withdrawal Form

Student Right-to-Know

Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act

The Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act is designed to make prospective students aware of UIU’s commitment to providing equitable athletic opportunities for its men and women students. Any co-educational institution of higher education that participates in a federal student aid program must prepare an EADA report by October 15.

The full Equity in Athletics Report is available.

A student has the right to request a full copy of the report by contacting the Athletics Offices located at UIU’s Fayette Campus.

Upper Iowa University
605 Washington St.
Fayette, IA 52142
Phone: 563-425-5184

Transfer of Credit Policies

For Transferring Credits from UIU to another college or university

Upper Iowa University credit is transferable to other two-year and four-year colleges and universities based on their transfer policies.

Contact

  • Paper copies available upon request
  • For questions concerning this page contact Kelli Pech at [email protected] or 563-425-5274