Mayville State University State Authorization

Out-of-State Students Interested in Online Degree Programs and Classes from Mayville State University

State laws require colleges and universities to be authorized to offer online degree programs in states other than their own.  Below is a list of states where Mayville State University is authorized to offer online degree programs. Please pay careful attention to the programs available in your state.

Full Authorization for All Online Programs--NC-SARA

NC-SARA Approved Institution logo round.pngMayville State University is a member of the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA).  SARA is an agreement among member states, districts and territories that establishes comparable national standards for interstate offering of post-secondary distance education courses and programs.  The following states are also members:

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Puerto Rico
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
U.S. Virgin Islands
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
 

Full Authorization for All Online Programs

Mayville State University has authorization to offer online degrees and classes in these states:

California

Complaint Process

If students have concerns or complaints regarding any aspect of Mayville State University online courses, see the Student Complaint Process.

If you have any questions on State Authorization, please contact Misti Wuori, Director of Extended Learning, at 701.788.4631 or misti.wuori@mayvillestate.edu.  

Note on Programs With Clinical or Practicum/Student Teaching Experiences

The RN to BSN Nursing Program is a post-licensure program.  However, it does require one clinical component in NURS 442: Population Focused and Community-based Nursing Care II.  Applicants from outside North Dakota should speak with program staff to complete paperwork for placement.

Students enrolling in Mayville State University's Teacher Education Programs and studying on-campus may be required to complete all teaching practicums and student teaching in North Dakota.  Program advisors will work with students to determine this requirement. 

Students enrolling in Mayville State University's onliine and distance Teacher Education Programs need to review whether they can enroll with Mayville State University and complete all required education practicums and student teaching in their state. Please review the information listed for your state below.

Professional Licensure Programs

Professional licensure and certification requirements vary state to state.  If you are considering an academic program that leads to professional licensure, we recommend you contact the appropriate licensing agency in your home state for information and guidance prior to starting a program outside your state.  Please know that state licensure requirements are subject to change.  While a program may originally meet the educational requirements for licensure, changes made by a state licensing agency could affect the program's ability to meet any new requirements. Relocating to another state during the course of a program could impact whether or not you meet that state's requirements.  Mayville State University academic departments and advisors will work with you to determine if a program meets the licensure requirements outside North Dakota. As you consider changing programs or moving to another state, it is critical that you work with your Mayville State advisor to explore the professional licensure requirements for that program and state.

Licensure Programs: Authorization to offer online degree programs does not automatically imply that a program will lead to licensure or certification in a state. Please pay careful attention to the following information about specific online programs: 

RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

The Mayville State University RN to BSN Completion Program admits individuals who have a current unencumbered registered nurse license in their state of residence. Therefore, the BSN Completion Program does NOT lead to a professional licensure in your state of residence. A U.S. Nursing License is required, therefore students with a nursing license from another country are not eligible.  Students interested in becoming school nurses or clinical instructors after completing the Mayville State University RN to BSN Completion Program should contact the RN to BSN Program Director, Collette Christoffers, at: 701-788-4782. 

B.S. in Accounting

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education.  On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790. 

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs

Mayville State University’s nationally accredited teacher education programs have been designed to meet the licensure/certification requirements in North Dakota and prepare students for licensure exams in North Dakota.

North Dakota is part of the National Association of Directors of Teacher Education and Certification (NASDTEC) Interstate Agreement.  Although most states accept our teacher education program graduates for licensure, licensure boards in each state are responsible for setting requirements for licensure/certification in their state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique licensure requirements for that state, and may find that obtaining North Dakota teacher licensure will best support teacher credential reciprocity. Students seeking to establish licensure outside the state of North Dakota are required to meet with an academic advisor prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program that would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements in the state they intend to seek teacher licensure.

Online/Distance Programs that may lead to licensure/certification include, but are not limited to: Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education, Special Education, Mathematics Education, and Master of Arts in Teaching.

On-Campus Programs that may lead to licensure/certification include, but are not limited to: Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education, Special Education, and all Secondary Education programs (Mathematics, English, Physical Education, Health, Composite Social Science, and Composite Science). 

Teacher licensure requirements vary depending on state laws and may include several factors, such as:

  • Completion of a bachelor’s degree program
  • Submission of transcripts
  • Completion and clearance of a background check
  • Passing of required state-specific entrance exams and basic skills tests
  • Application fee
  • Exam fees
  • Additional Coursework
  • Specialized trainings and certifications

Prospective Teacher Education students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board (listed below) and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions to determine state licensure requirements. 

Note: Individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime.

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Alabama

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Alabama for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Alaska

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Alaska for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Arizona

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Arizona for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Arkansas

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Arkansas for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

California

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering California for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Colorado

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Colorado for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Connecticut

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Connecticut for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education: Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Teacher Education students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Delaware

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Delaware for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education: Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Teacher Education students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

District of Columbia

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering the District of Columbia for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education: Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Teacher Education students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Florida

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Florida for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Georgia

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Georgia for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information.  Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Hawaii

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Hawaii for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

 

Idaho

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Idaho for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information.  Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Illinois

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Illinois for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Indiana

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Indiana for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Iowa

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Iowa for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Kansas

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Kansas for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Kentucky

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Kentucky for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information.  Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, and B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education Online Programs:  Mayville State University has determined that this program DOES NOT meet the educational requirements for licensure in Kentucky. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education On-Campus Programs:  Mayville State University has determined that this program does meet the educational requirements for licensure in Kentucky so long as all student teaching and practicum experiences are completed in North Dakota. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has determined that this program DOES NOT meet the educational requirements for licensure in Kentucky. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Louisiana

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Louisiana for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Maine

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Maine for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education: Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Teacher Education students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Maryland

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Maryland for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education: Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Teacher Education students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Massachusetts

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Massachusetts for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education: Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Teacher Education students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Michigan

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Michigan for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Minnesota

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Minnesota for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has determined this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Mississippi

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Mississippi for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education: Mayville State University has determined this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, state licensure requirements may change at any time. Prospective Teacher Education students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Missouri

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Missouri for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has determined this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Montana

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Montana for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has determined this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Nebraska

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Nebraska for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Nevada

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Nevada for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

New Hampshire

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering New Hampshire for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

New Jersey

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering New Jersey for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

New Mexico

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering New Mexico for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education: Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Teacher Education students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

New York

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering New York for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information.  Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, and B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education Online Programs:  Mayville State University has determined that this program DOES NOT meet the educational requirements for licensure in New York. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education On-Campus Programs:  Mayville State University has determined that this program does meet the educational requirements for licensure in New York so long as all student teaching and practicum experiences are completed in North Dakota. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has determined that this program DOES NOT meet the educational requirements for licensure in New York. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

 

North Carolina

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering North Carolina for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

North Dakota

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education.

Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure in the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in North Dakota.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in North Dakota. 

Ohio

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Ohio for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements. 

Oklahoma

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Oklahoma for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education: Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Teacher Education students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Oregon

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Oregon for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education: Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Teacher Education students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Pennsylvania

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Pennsylvania for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education: Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Teacher Education students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in Pennsylvania. However, please know that state licensure requirements can change at any time. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Puerto Rico

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Puerto Rico for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education: Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Teacher Education students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Rhode Island

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Rhode Island for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education: Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Teacher Education students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

South Carolina

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering South Carolina for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education: Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Teacher Education students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

South Dakota

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering South Dakota for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, state requirements are subject to change at any time. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Tennessee

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Tennessee for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education: Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Teacher Education students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Texas

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Texas for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Utah

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Utah for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790. 

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education: Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Teacher Education students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Vermont

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Vermont for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education: Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Teacher Education students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Virginia

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Virginia for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education: Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Teacher Education students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, licensure requirements may change at any time. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Washington

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Washington for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, licensure requirements may change at any time. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

West Virginia

B.S. in Accounting: 

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering West Virginia for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education: Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Teacher Education students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Wisconsin

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Wisconsin for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, we will review state requirements on a case by case basis. Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Wyoming

Mayville State University’s BS in Accounting program has been designed to prepare students for CPA licensure exams in North Dakota. Completion of the program does not award students the CPA designation. North Dakota law requires that individuals who sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional exam must complete 150 semester credits of college education. Each state or region in the United States has a different set of requirements for taking the CPA exam. So, when considering Wyoming for the CPA exam, you need to determine if you meet all the necessary qualifications including education, residency, and age requirements.

Mayville State University has not determined whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. On-campus and online/distance students living in or moving to any state other than North Dakota should be aware of the unique CPA licensure requirements for that location. Program applicants seeking to establish CPA licensure outside the state of North Dakota need to contact Dustin Olson, Accounting Program Coordinator, prior to beginning any on-campus or online/distance academic program which would lead to licensure. It is important for all students to understand the licensure requirements for the location they intend to live and work. Please view this list of state licensure information. Please email Dustin Olson at: dustin.olson3@mayvillestate.edu, or 701-788-4790.

Professional Teacher Education Licensure/Certification Programs:

B.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. Special Education, B.S.Ed. English Education, B.S.Ed. Mathematics Education, B.S.Ed. Early Childhood Education, B.S.Ed. Physical Education Teaching, B.S.Ed. Health Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Social Science Education, B.S.Ed. Comp Science Education:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, individual state licensure requirements are subject to change anytime. Prospective Teacher Education undergraduate students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu with any questions on state licensure requirements.

Master of Arts in Teaching:  Mayville State University has determined that this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state. However, licensure requirements may change at any time.  Prospective Master of Arts in Teaching students seeking licensure outside the state of North Dakota should contact their state board and email licensure@mayvillestate.edu to determine state licensure requirements.

Relocation

At the time of your inquiry for the Master of Arts in Teaching, B.S.Ed. in Elementary Education, B.S.Ed. in Special Education, B.S.Ed. in Early Childhood Education, or B.S. Ed. in Mathematics Education, you will provide Mayville State University with your current location (home address). This location will be used to determine if our program will fulfill licensure requirements in that state/territory. If you relocate to a different state/territory, Mayville State cannot guarantee that our program will fulfill licensure requirements in that state/territory. Therefore, it is important that you notify Mayville State as soon as possible of any planned relocation that will change the state/territory where you plan to receive your licensure. Official notification should be made by contacting your program advisor and changing your mailing address in Campus Connection. Within 14 days of receiving your notification, Mayville State will notify you whether our program will fulfill licensure requirements in your new location or if we unable to determine whether it does.

Contact:

licensure@mayvillestate.edu 

OR:

Misti Wuori, Director

Office of Extended Learning

misti.wuori@mayvillestate.edu

701-788-4631 (phone)

Page information last updated June 30, 2020.