Ohio University

State Authorization

State authorization allows accredited universities to offer academic programs to students nationwide. Ohio University has a committee working to identify state board regulations for the varying programs that we offer, and seek approvals, so you can participate in our programs wherever you are. Our committee makes every effort to ensure licensure information is current; however, licensure regulations are frequently revised.  

Ohio University is approved to offer licensure degree programs in the state of Ohio, which may also lead to license reciprocity from state-to-state. This includes all types of classroom delivery such as face-to-face, online, and hybrid programs. If you are considering a licensure program, we highly recommend that you contact the appropriate licensing agency in your state, or the state in which you plan to practice, to seek information and additional guidance before beginning the program.

National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (SARA)

Ohio University is approved by the Ohio Department of Higher Education to Participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement.

The State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA) establishes a state-level reciprocity process that will support the nation in its efforts to increase the educational attainment of its people by making state authorization:

  • more efficient, effective, and uniform in regard to necessary and reasonable standards of practice that could span states;
  • more effective in dealing with quality and integrity issues that have arisen in some online/ distance education offerings; and
  • less costly for states and institutions and, thereby, the students they serve.

California is the only state that has not joined SARA.

 

Institution Accreditor

Ohio University is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). The Ohio Department of Higher Education has authorized the University to offer undergraduate- and graduate-level certificates, associate’s, baccalaureate, master’s, and doctorate degrees. Information on how to report a complaint related to our accreditation can be found on the HLC website.

State Authorization Tables

State Authorization Alphabetical List

The list below indicates, to the best of our knowledge, whether or not the licensure programs we offer meet curricular requirements in each state. Links to state professional associations, or licensing authorities, are provided in the list and we urge you to seek guidance from the appropriate agency in your state.

Curricular requirements for state licensure are subject to change. Ohio University updates its determinations on an annual basis or when we are notified of a change in state requirements.

Alabama

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations.  http://www.asbpa.alabama.gov/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.athletictrainers.alabama.gov/ Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include satisfactory completion of all of the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) Board of Certification, Inc., qualifications and certification as an athletic trainer in good standing by the National Athletic Trainers' Association Board of Certification, Inc.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Alabama.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering) FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. http://www.bels.alabama.gov/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes https://www.alsde.edu/sec/ec/Pages/home.aspx Candidates must either: 1) pass the Alabama-prescribed content knowledge test; 2) verify a content knowledge test was passed for issuance of a valid professional educator certificate in the candidate’s issuing state; or 3) request a review of his/her professional work experience in place of these assessment requirements.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes http://www.boed.alabama.gov/applications.aspx This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.boed.alabama.gov/applications.aspx This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.pt.alabama.gov/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.albme.org/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Alaska

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://www.commerce.alaska.gov/web/cbpl/ProfessionalLicensing/BoardofPublicAccountancy.aspx All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.commerce.alaska.gov/web/cbpl/ProfessionalLicensing/AthleticTrainers.aspx Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include  proof of certification by the Board of Certification, Inc., or another nationally recognized professional association approved by the department.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Alaska.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering  FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://www.commerce.alaska.gov/web/cbpl/ProfessionalLicensing/BoardofArchitectsEngineersandLandSurveyors.aspx NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Undetermined https://education.alaska.gov/teachercertification Teacher candidates must provide evidence of satisfying a basic competency exam to extend an initial out-of-state certificate past one year or apply for a professional license. To qualify for a professional certificate, out-of-state teachers must have had at least two years of certified employment with a public school district. Inexperienced teachers who do not have a valid license in their sending state must satisfy all the requirements set out in statutes and regulations for new teachers prepared in Alaska.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://www.commerce.alaska.gov/web/cbpl/professionallicensing/dietitiansnutritionists.aspx This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.commerce.alaska.gov/web/cbpl/professionallicensing/dietitiansnutritionists.aspx This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes https://www.commerce.alaska.gov/web/cbpl/ProfessionalLicensing/PhysicalTherapyOccupationalTherapy.aspx The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure https://www.commerce.alaska.gov/web/cbpl/ProfessionalLicensing/StateMedicalBoard.aspx Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Arizona

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://www.azaccountancy.gov/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://at.az.gov/ Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include passing a national examination approved by the board within one year before the date of application or current possession of certification as an athletic trainer from a nationally recognized board of certification.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Arizona.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes

https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates

This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering  FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://btr.az.gov/engineer-applicants NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) RS Undetermined https://www.azdhs.gov/preparedness/epidemiology-disease-control/food-safety-environmental-services/sanitarians-council/index.php This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state requires the Registered Sanitarian credential. It has not yet been determined if this degree meets the requirements of this state.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) AEPA, NES Yes https://www.azed.gov/educator-certification/ Arizona offers full reciprocity for out-of-state teachers. However, candidates who do not meet the requirements for reciprocity in Arizona may be required to pass a professional knowledge and a subject knowledge test. Arizona exempts candidates from exam requirements if the person has: 1) passed corresponding portions of a substantially similar exam in another state; 2) has been a full-time teacher in any state for at least three years in the same area of certification; or 3) can demonstrate subject knowledge proficiency through prior teaching experience, attainment of relevant degrees, or content-related work experience. The state board of education may grant a standard teaching certificate for at least three years to a teacher who has not met the requirements of this section at the time of application.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://www.nutritioned.org/registered-dietitian-arizona.html This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) N/A N/A https://www.nutritioned.org/registered-dietitian-arizona.html This state does not require state licensure/certification.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://ptboard.az.gov/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.azpa.gov/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Arkansas

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://www.asbpa.arkansas.gov/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.aratb.org/ Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include passing an examination for licensure as designated by the board which is a reliable, valid, legally defensible examination for determining minimum competency in athletic training (NATABOC).
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Arkansas.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. http://www.pels.arkansas.gov/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) RS Undetermined https://www.healthy.arkansas.gov/programs-services/topics/arkansas-state-board-of-registered-sanitarians This  degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state requires the Registered Sanitarian credential. It has not yet been determined if this degree meets the requirements of this state.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes http://dese.ade.arkansas.gov/divisions/educator%20effectiveness/educator-licensure Arkansas law requires candidates to pass state licensure exams prior to receiving a standard five-year teaching license unless they have a valid license and three years of teaching experience. The State Board can issue a provisional license to out-of-state teachers working to complete the assessments if all other requirements for licensure are met.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes http://www.ardieteticslicbrd.net/ This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.ardieteticslicbrd.net/ This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.arptb.org/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.armedicalboard.org/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

California

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://www.dca.ca.gov/cba/index.shtml All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) N/A Undetermined N/A California does not license Athletic Trainers. Therefore, licensure is not applicable.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in California.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://www.bpelsg.ca.gov/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) REHS Undetermined https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CEH/DRSEM/Pages/EMB/REHS/REHS.aspx This  degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. It has not yet been determined if this degree meets the requirements of this state.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) CSET Yes https://www.ctc.ca.gov/ In order to receive a standard teaching credential, candidates must, among other requirements, provide verification of two or more years of teaching experience. Candidates with fewer than two years of teaching experience must complete a beginning induction program and meet other requirements to receive a standard teaching credential. Applicants must also meet state requirements for teaching English learners, which includes completing 6 semester hours of coursework in a second language and coursework in human relations.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Beginning July 31, 2019, An individual who provides music therapy shall not refer to oneself using the title of “Board Certified Music Therapist” unless the individual is an MT-BC.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://www.nutritioned.org/registered-dietitian-california.html This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) N/A N/A https://www.nutritioned.org/registered-dietitian-california.html This state does not require state licensure/certification.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.ptbc.ca.gov/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.pac.ca.gov/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Colorado

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://dpo.colorado.gov/Accountancy All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/dora/Athletic_Trainer Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include passing a competency examination administered by a national certifying agency that has been approved by the director and provided evidence of current certification by the national certifying agency.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Colorado.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://dpo.colorado.gov/AES NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) REHS (national) Yes https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdphe-lpha/environmental-health-specialist-resources-0 This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states, including this one.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) PLACE or Praxis Yes http://www.cde.state.co.us/cdeprof Applicants with a valid out-of-state license and at least three years of recent teaching experience in a content area that correlates with a Colorado endorsement area do not have to take state licensing exams. Applicants who do not meet these criteria may receive an interim authorization and teach for up to one year while preparing for a taking the required exam(s).
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://www.nutritioned.org/registered-dietitian-colorado.html This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) N/A N/A https://www.nutritioned.org/registered-dietitian-colorado.html This state does not require state licensure/certification.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes https://dpo.colorado.gov/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.dora.state.co.us/medical/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Connecticut

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://portal.ct.gov/DCP/Occupational-and-Professional-Division/Occupational-Boards/State-Board-of-Accountancy All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://portal.ct.gov/DPH/Practitioner-Licensing--Investigations/Athletictrainer/Athletic-Trainer-Licensure-Information Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include current certification as an athletic trainer by the Board of Certification, Inc., or its successor organization.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Connecticut.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://portal.ct.gov/DCP/Occupational-and-Professional-Division/Occupational-Boards/State-Board-of-Examiners-for-Professional-Engineers-and-Land-Surveyors NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) Environmental Practitioner No https://portal.ct.gov/DPH/Environmental-Practitioner-Licensure-Program/Environmental-Practitioner-Licensure-Unit/Environmental-Practitioner-Licensure This  degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state  requires the Environmental Practitioner credential and this degree does not meet the requirements of this state at this time.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes https://portal.ct.gov/SDE/Services/Teachers-and-Administrators/Certification Candidates are not required to take the Connecticut assessment if they passed an equivalent exam in another state. Out-of-state educators who taught successfully for at least three of the past ten years under an appropriate certificate in another state may be exempt from testing requirements. Applicants who meet all certification criteria except assessment requirements may be issued an interim certificate with a deferral for testing.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ As of October 2016, music therapy services can only be provided by those who hold the MT-BC credential, and only an MT-BC can call themselves a music therapist or a Certified Music Therapist.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://portal.ct.gov/DPH/Practitioner-Licensing--Investigations/Dietitian/Certification-Requirements This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Certification Yes https://portal.ct.gov/DPH/Practitioner-Licensing--Investigations/Dietitian/Certification-Requirements This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes https://portal.ct.gov/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.ct.gov/dph/site/default.asp Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Delaware

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://dpr.delaware.gov/boards/accountancy/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://dpr.delaware.gov/boards/physicaltherapy/ Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include passing, to the satisfaction of the Board, a national examination designated by the Board, to determine the applicant’s fitness to practice physical therapy, to act as a physical therapist assistant or to act as an athletic trainer as herein provided.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Delaware.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://www.dape.org/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes https://www.doe.k12.de.us/Page/3477 Out-of-state candidates with less than one year of teaching experience must pass an approved performance assessment within the first two years. Applicants whose credentials are not accepted under reciprocity must submit passing scores on approved subject matter competency assessments.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://dpr.delaware.gov/boards/dietitians/ This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://dpr.delaware.gov/boards/dietitians/ This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://dpr.delaware.gov/boards/physicaltherapy/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://dpr.delaware.gov/boards/medicalpractice/physasstlicense/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.  
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

District of Columbia

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://www.dcopla.com/accountancy/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://doh.dc.gov/service/licensing-boards Ohio University has not made a determination regarding whether the program meets licensure requirements in the District of Columbia.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program (https://www.ohio.edu/chsp/rehab/communication-sciences/doctor-clinical-…) meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Alabama.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates Ohio University has not made a determination regarding whether the program meets licensure requirements in the District of Columbia.
Clinical Mental Health Counseling LPC Undetermined https://dchealth.dc.gov/service/professional-counseling-licensing Ohio University has not made a determination regarding whether the program meets licensure requirements in the District of Columbia.
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications; CES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary national certification with no regulation at the state level.
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://www.dcopla.com/bpe/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional Certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National Certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Undetermined https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Ohio University has not made a determination regarding whether the program meets licensure requirements in the District of Columbia.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://dchealth.dc.gov/node/146182 This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.nutritioned.org/dc-nutritionist.html This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes https://dchealth.dc.gov/service/physical-therapy-licensing The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://doh.dc.gov/service/licensing-boards Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National Certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program (https://www.ohio.edu/chsp/rehab/communication-sciences/master-arts-spee…) meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Florida

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. http://www.myfloridalicense.com/DBPR/certified-public-accounting/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://floridasathletictraining.gov/ Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include passing the national examination to be certified by the Board of Certification.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Florida.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://fbpe.org/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) Certified EH Professional No http://www.floridahealth.gov/licensing-and-regulation/certified-environmental-health-professional/index.html This  degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state  requires the Certified Environmental Health Professional credential and this degree does not meet the requirements of this state at this time.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Florida general knowledge test Yes http://www.fldoe.org/teaching/certification/ Candidates are encouraged to contact the Florida State Education Board for review of credentials and experience.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes http://www.floridahealth.gov/licensing-and-regulation/dietetic-nutrition/index.html This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.floridahealth.gov/licensing-and-regulation/dietetic-nutrition/index.html This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.floridasphysicaltherapy.gov/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.doh.state.fl.us/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Georgia

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://gsba.georgia.gov/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://sos.ga.gov/index.php/licensing/plb/7 Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include: The board may grant a license without examination to any qualified applicant who holds a certification from the National Athletic Trainers Board of Certification.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Georgia.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://sos.ga.gov/index.php/licensing/plb/22 NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) GACE Yes https://www.gapsc.com/ Candidates must take an approved content assessment unless they meet one of the following exemptions: 1) have worked full-time in their certificate field for five years, 2) were already required to take a content assessment for their out-of-state certificate, 3) hold National Board for Professional Teaching Standards certification, or 4) are seeking certification in a subject that does not have an approved content assessment. Out-of-state candidates might also be required to take a Georgia Educator Ethics Assessment.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://sos.ga.gov/index.php/licensing/plb/59/faq Music therapists are required to be licensed in the state of Georgia. Visit the Georgia Secretary of State’s website for more information and an application. Contact info@cbmt.org to have verification of your MT-BC certification electronically sent to the Georgia Professional Licensing Board.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes http://sos.ga.gov/index.php/licensing/plb/19 This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://sos.ga.gov/index.php/licensing/plb/19 This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://sos.ga.gov/index.php/licensing/plb/39 The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://medicalboard.georgia.gov/portal/site/GCMB/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Guam

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations.. http://www.guamboa.org/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Undetermined http://www.fwatad8.org/ Ohio University has not made a determination regarding whether the program meets licensure requirements in Guam.
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Undetermined https://www.guam-peals.org/ Ohio University has not made a determination regarding whether the program meets licensure requirements in Guam.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Undetermined https://dphss.guam.gov/health-professional-licensing-office-3/ Ohio University has not made a determination regarding whether the program meets licensure requirements in Guam.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Undetermined https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Ohio University has not made a determination regarding whether the program meets licensure requirements in Guam.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Licensure Undetermined https://dphss.guam.gov/health-professional-licensing-office-3/ Ohio University has not made a determination regarding whether the program meets licensure requirements in Guam.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) Licensure Undetermined https://dphss.guam.gov/health-professional-licensing-office-3/ Ohio University has not made a determination regarding whether the program meets licensure requirements in Guam.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure Undetermined https://dphss.guam.gov/health-professional-licensing-office-3/ Ohio University has not made a determination regarding whether the program meets licensure requirements in Guam.

Hawaii

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. http://cca.hawaii.gov/pvl/boards/accountancy/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://cca.hawaii.gov/pvl/programs/athletictrainer/ Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for registration in this state. Registration with the department is accomplished by providing the athletic trainer's name, business address, a current, active, and unencumbered certification from the Board of Certification, Inc., including the certification number.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Hawaii.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. http://cca.hawaii.gov/pvl/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes https://hawaiiteacherstandardsboard.org/ Candidates must provide verification of at least three out of the last five years of "satisfactory" full-time teaching experience in order to receive a Standard License. Candidates without this experience are eligible to receive a Provisional (three year, non-renewable) Teaching License, subject to meeting other requirements. It is not clear how "satisfactory" teaching experience is defined.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes http://eatrighthawaii.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Licensing-of-Dietitians-HI.pdf This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://eatrighthawaii.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Licensing-of-Dietitians-HI.pdf This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://cca.hawaii.gov/pvl/boards/physicaltherapy/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://hawaii.gov/dcca/areas/pvl/boards/medical/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Idaho

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://isba.idaho.gov/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://bom.idaho.gov/BOMPortal/BoardPage.aspx?Board=ATH Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include  successful completion of the certification examination administered by the national athletic trainers’ association board of certification or equivalent examination approved or recognized by the board as recommended by the board of athletic trainers.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Idaho.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://ipels.idaho.gov/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes https://www.sde.idaho.gov/cert-psc/cert/ Idaho requires candidates to demonstrate content mastery in an endorsed area through content area testing. The requirement may be waived for candidates who have already taken and passed a content area assessment or candidates who hold a current National Board for Professional Standards Teaching Certificate. The state gives a three-year interim license to out-of-state teachers who have not met the assessment requirements.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://bom.idaho.gov/BOMPortal/BoardPage.aspx?Board=DIE This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://bom.idaho.gov/BOMPortal/BoardPage.aspx?Board=DIE This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.ibol.idaho.gov/IBOL/BoardPage.aspx?Bureau=PHT The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://bom.idaho.gov/BOMPortal/BoardPage.aspx?Board=PAC Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Illinois

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://www.ilboe.org/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.idfpr.com/profs/Boards/AthleticTrain.asp Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include that the applicant has graduated from a curriculum in athletic accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE), its successor entity, or its equivalent, as approved by the Department; Has passed an examination approved by the Department to determine his or her fitness for practice as an athletic trainer.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Illinois.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://www.idfpr.com/profs/ProfEngineer.asp NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) Environmental Practitioner (national) Yes https://www.idfpr.com/profs/EnvHlthPract.asp This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state requires the Environmental Practitional credential, and this degree meets the requirements of this state.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) ILTS Yes https://www.isbe.net/licensure To receive a Professional Educator License, candidates must show proof of completing content area test(s) and performance assessment resulting in licensure in their sending state, or receive passing scores on the Illinois-approved assessments. Requirements for the performance assessment are waived for candidates who have at least one year of teaching experience and have achieved the equivalent of a “proficient” rating or higher on their most recent performance evaluation
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes http://www.idfpr.com/profs/DietNutrition.asp This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.idfpr.com/profs/DietNutrition.asp This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.idfpr.com/profs/pt.asp The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.idfpr.com/profs/PhysicianAssistant.asp Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Indiana

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://www.in.gov/pla/accountancy.htm All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.in.gov/pla/athletic.htm Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include successfully passing the qualifying examination adopted by the board as described in IC 25-5.1-2-6(8).
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Indiana.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://www.in.gov/pla/engineer.htm NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) CASA Yes https://www.doe.in.gov/licensing Out-of-State teachers who obtained a license in another state by completing a state approved educator preparation program or a state approved alternative preparation program and were required to pass a licensure test in their content area(s), may be eligible for “full” licensure. Candidates who have not passed a content test will be required to do so prior to obtaining licensure.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes http://www.in.gov/pla/diet.htm This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Certification Yes http://www.in.gov/pla/diet.htm This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.in.gov/pla/pt.htm The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.in.gov/pla/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Iowa

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://plb.iowa.gov/board/accountants All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://idph.iowa.gov/Licensure/Iowa-Board-of-Athletic-Training Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include passing an examination in athletic training approved by the board. The examination required by the board shall be the BOC examination.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Iowa.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://plb.iowa.gov/board/engineers-land-surveyors NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Undetermined https://boee.iowa.gov/ Out-of-state candidates with less than three years of teaching experience may be eligible to receive an Initial License. Out-of-state candidates with three or more years of teaching experience on a valid license are eligible to receive a Standard License unless they have some coursework requirement deficiencies. Out-of-state candidates with five years teaching experience and a master's degree or with ten years of teaching experience will not be subject to additional subject coursework deficiency requirements.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://idph.iowa.gov/Licensure/Iowa-Board-of-Dietetics This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://idph.iowa.gov/Licensure/Iowa-Board-of-Dietetics This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://idph.iowa.gov/Licensure/Iowa-Board-of-Physical-and-Occupational-Therapy The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://idph.iowa.gov/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Kansas

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. http://www.ksboa.org/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.ksbha.org/professions/AT.shtml Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include  successfully completion of the BOC examination. It is the responsibility of the applicant to make arrangements to take the examination and have the official results submitted to the Kansas board of athletic training.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Kansas.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://www.ksbtp.ks.gov/professions/engineers NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes https://www.ksde.org/Agency/Division-of-Learning-Services/Teacher-Licensure-and-Accreditation To receive an Initial License, out-of-state candidates must verify at least one year of teaching experience or eight semester hours of credit within the last six years. To receive a Professional License candidates must also verify at least three years of teaching experience within the past six years under a standard license or at least five years of teaching experience under a standard license. Candidates with at least three years of teaching experience within the past six years or five years of teaching experience total are exempted from assessment requirements and are eligible for a Professional License.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://www.kdads.ks.gov/commissions/survey-certification-and-credentialing-commission/health-occupations-credentialing This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.kdads.ks.gov/commissions/survey-certification-and-credentialing-commission/health-occupations-credentialing This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.ksbha.org/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.ksbha.org/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Kentucky

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://cpa.ky.gov/Pages/default.aspx All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://kbml.ky.gov/ah/Pages/Athletic-Trainer.aspx Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include that applicant must be certified and in good standing as an athletic trainer by the National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification, Inc., or its successor.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Kentucky.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://elsweb.kyboels.ky.gov/kweb/Searchable-Roster NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) RS Yes https://chfs.ky.gov/agencies/dph/dphps/emb/Pages/sanitarians.aspx This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state requires the Registered Sanitarian credential, and this degree meets the requirements of this state.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) PPST Yes http://www.epsb.ky.gov/ Out-of-state applicants who hold a valid certificate and who have completed two years of full-time teaching in the subject area and grade level on their certificate are exempt from testing requirements. Candidates without this experience are required to pass the Kentucky PRAXIS testing requirements.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes http://bdn.ky.gov/Pages/default.aspx This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://bdn.ky.gov/Pages/default.aspx This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://pt.ky.gov/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://kbml.ky.gov/ah/Pages/Physician-Assistant.aspx Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Louisiana

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. http://cpaboard.state.la.us/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.lsbme.la.gov/licensure/athletic-trainers Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include possession of a certificate issued by the BOC evidencing the successful passage of the BOC Certification Examination or its successor.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Louisiana.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://www.lapels.com/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) RS Undetermined https://lsbes.org/ This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state requires the Registered Sanitarian credential, and It has not yet been determined if this degree meets the requirements of this state.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Louisiana is the only state that requires exercise physiologists to be licensed; requires the Clinical Exercise Physiologist certification from the American College of Sports Medicine and an MS or MEd. Yes for master programs, No for bachelor. https://www.acsm.org/ Louisiana is the only state that requires exercise physiologists to be licensed; requires a minimum of a 300 hour internship under the supervision of a licensed clinical exercise physiologist, the Clinical Exercise Physiologist certification from the American College of Sports Medicine and an MS or MEd.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) PPST, Praxis Yes https://www.teachlouisiana.net/Teachers.aspx?PageID=650 Out-of-state candidates who have met assessment requirements are eligible to receive a standard, three-year teaching certificate (“Level 1 Professional Certificate”) comparable in level and subject. Candidates who have not met assessment requirements may teacher under a standard, three-year non-renewable teaching certificate (“Out-of-State Certificate”) while working towards completing assessment requirements. Candidates with a valid out-of-state teaching certificate and at least three years of “successful” teaching experience as verified by satisfactory annual evaluation results do not have to meet additional testing requirements after teaching on an Out-of-State Certificate for one year.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://www.lbedn.org/ This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.lbedn.org/ This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.laptboard.org/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.lsbme.louisiana.gov/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Maine

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://www.maine.gov/pfr/professionallicensing/professions/accountants/index.html All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.maine.gov/pfr/professionallicensing/professions/trainers/index.html Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include having  passed the National Athletic Trainers' Association Board of Certification examination or be currently certified by the National Athletic Trainers' Association or its successor or other organization approved by the department.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Maine.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://www.maine.gov/professionalengineers/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) PPST, Praxis Yes https://www.maine.gov/doe/cert/ Out-of-state candidates are required to pass content assessments. Candidates seeking a certificate in the same endorsement area as that held in their sending state are not required to take the basic skills or pedagogy exams. Out-of-state candidates not meeting assessment requirements are granted a Conditional License.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes http://www.maine.gov/pfr/professionallicensing/professions/dietitians/index.html This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.maine.gov/pfr/professionallicensing/professions/dietitians/index.html This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.maine.gov/pfr/index.shtml The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.maine.gov/md/licensure/physician-assistants.html Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Maryland

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. http://www.dllr.state.md.us/license/cpa/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.mbp.state.md.us/licensure_ahapp_at.aspx Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include current certification by the Board of Certification (BOC); Graduation from an athletic trainer program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE), its predecessor or its successor.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Maryland.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes

https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates

This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. http://www.dllr.state.md.us/license/pe/peaff.shtml NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) EH Specialist (national) Yes https://health.maryland.gov/behs/Pages/Licensing.aspx This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state requires the Environmental Health Specialist credential, and this degree meets the requirements of this state.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) PPST Yes http://marylandpublicschools.org/about/Pages/DEE/Certification/index.aspx Out-of-state candidates who have an active professional certificate from another state and three years of satisfactory full-time teaching experience within the past seven years in the subject area on their certificates are exempted from assessment requirements. Candidates who have an active or expired professional certificate from another state and two years of satisfactory full-time teaching experience are also exempted from assessment requirements but must show evidence of completing an approved educator preparation program. Candidates who graduated from an out-of-state preparation program and who hold an active, professional certificate can be exempted from additional assessment requirements if they met the issuing state’s qualifying test scores to receive certification. Candidates who graduated from an out-of-state preparation program but who do not meet experience requirements or hold an out-of-state certificate must pass basic skills, content and pedagogy assessments.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://health.maryland.gov/dietetic/Pages/Index.aspx This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://health.maryland.gov/dietetic/Pages/Index.aspx This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes https://health.maryland.gov/bphte/Pages/index.aspx The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure https://www.mbp.state.md.us/mbp_ah/index.aspx Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Massachusetts

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://www.mass.gov/orgs/board-of-public-accountancy All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.mass.gov/ocabr/data/license/professional-licensure/allied-health/athletic-trainer.html Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include that applicants for athletic trainer licensure must provide documentation of current BOC Certification.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Massachusetts.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://www.mass.gov/orgs/board-of-registration-of-professional-engineers-and-land-surveyors NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) RS Undetermined https://www.mass.gov/orgs/board-of-registration-of-sanitarians This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state requires The Registered Sanitarian credential and it has not yet been dedermined if this degree meets the requirements of this state.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes http://www.doe.mass.edu/licensure/ Out-of-state candidates must receive a passing score on the Communication and Literacy Skills test and the subject matter knowledge test(s) appropriate to the license sought. Candidates with at least three years of employment under a valid out-of-state license or certificate may be eligible for a Temporary License while he/she completes the required assessments. The Temporary License is not available to candidates who fail any of the required state licensure tests. Core academic teachers must take a Sheltered English Immersion (SEI) course and obtain and SEI endorsement.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://www.mass.gov/orgs/board-of-registration-of-dietitians-and-nutritionists This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.mass.gov/orgs/board-of-registration-of-dietitians-and-nutritionists This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.mass.gov/ocabr/licensee/dpl-boards/ah/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.mass.gov/eohhs/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Michigan

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://www.michigan.gov/lara/0,4601,7-154-89334_72600_72602_72731_72855---,00.html All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.michigan.gov/lara/0,4601,7-154-72600_72603_27529_45355---,00.html Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include having passed the examination adopted in R 338.1325;  The board adopts the BOC athletic trainer credentialing examination that is scored by the Castle Worldwide Inc., or its successor organization. A passing score on the examination shall be the passing score determined by the BOC.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Michigan.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://www.michigan.gov/lara/0,4601,7-154-89334_72600_72602_72731_72865---,00.html NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) RS Undetermined https://www.michigan.gov/documents/lara/Sanitarian_517674_7.pdf This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state requires The Registered Sanitarian credential and it has not yet been dedermined if this degree meets the requirements of this state.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) MTTC Yes https://www.michigan.gov/mde/0,4615,7-140-5683_14795---,00.html Candidates who have three years of successful teaching experience are eligible for a Professional License and are not required to meet additional assessment requirements if they have completed a specified number semester hours in a program since the issuance of their initial, standard teaching certificate and hold a comparable valid certificate from another state. All other candidates must pass the appropriate subject area tests, or approved alternatives, to be eligible for licensure. (Applicants who hold a valid, standard teaching certificate from another state but who have not met assessment requirements can be issued a Temporary Teacher Employment Authorization and teach for one year while completing assessment requirements.)
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://www.michigan.gov/whitmer/0,9309,7-387-90501_90626-250573--,00.html According to the Michigan Board of Dietetics and Nutrition, the licensure requirements for dietitians and nutritionists have been repealed.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) N/A N/A https://www.michigan.gov/whitmer/0,9309,7-387-90501_90626-250573--,00.html This state does not require state licensure/certification.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.michigan.gov/lara/0,4601,7-154-27417_27529_27549---,00.html The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://michigan.gov/elicense Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Minnesota

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. http://www.boa.state.mn.us/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://mn.gov/elicense/a-z/?id=1083-231357#/list/appId//filterType//filterValue//page/1/sort//order/ Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include evidence satisfactory to the board of current national credentialing as a certified athletic trainer by the Board of Certification for the Athletic Trainer or its recognized successor.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Minnesota.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://mn.gov/aelslagid/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) REHS/RS (national) Yes https://www.health.state.mn.us/communities/environment/sanitarian/app.html This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state requires the Registered Environmental Health Specialist/Registered Sanitarian credential, and this degree meets the requirements of this state.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) NES, MTLE Undetermined https://mn.gov/pelsb/ Out-of-state candidates are required to achieve a passing score on MLTE pedagogy and content licensure exams. An out-of-state teacher may apply for a Tier 2 license prior to passing the MTLE content and pedagogy exams if they have met all Tier 2 licensure requirements and have been offered a position by a Minnesota public school district or charter school.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://mn.gov/boards/dietetics-and-nutrition/licensing/license-administration/ This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://mn.gov/boards/dietetics-and-nutrition/licensing/license-administration/ This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://mn.gov/health-licensing-boards/physical-therapy/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.state.mn.us/portal/mn/jsp/home.do?agency=BMP Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Mississippi

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://www.msbpa.ms.gov/Pages/Home.aspx All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.msdh.state.ms.us/msdhsite/_static/30,0,82.html#Contact Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include that applicant has  satisfactorily completed all of the BOC, Inc, qualifications and is certified as an athletic trainer by BOC, Inc, and is in good standing.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Mississippi.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. http://www.pepls.state.ms.us/pepls/web.nsf NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) PPST, Praxis Yes https://www.mdek12.org/OEL Candidates who cannot show 1) documentation of a passing score on a core subject test required for certification by the issuing state, or 2) documentation that verifies the out-of-state license was obtained in a manner equivalent with current Mississippi license guidelines, are only eligible to receive a nonrenewable Two Year Reciprocity License until they can meet the Mississippi licensure requirements, which could include passing state licensure assessments. Applicants meeting these requirements are granted a Five Year (Standard) Reciprocity License.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://msdh.ms.gov/msdhsite/_static/30,0,82,93.html This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://msdh.ms.gov/msdhsite/_static/30,0,82,93.html This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.msbpt.ms.gov/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.msbml.ms.gov/Licensure/Physician_Assistant Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Missouri

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://pr.mo.gov/accountancy.asp All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://pr.mo.gov/athletictrainers.asp Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include that the  applicant shall show evidence of having passed the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification, or its successor agency, examination by having the agency forward a transcript of the applicant’s scores directly to the board.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Missouri.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://pr.mo.gov/apelsla.asp NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Missouri educator Yes https://dese.mo.gov/educator-quality/certification Candidates meeting experience and education level requirements may be eligible to receive a higher level certificate than candidates without this experience
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://pr.mo.gov/dietitians-applications.asp This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://pr.mo.gov/dietitians-applications.asp This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://pr.mo.gov/physicaltherapists.asp The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://pr.mo.gov/physicianassistants.asp Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Montana

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. http://boards.bsd.dli.mt.gov/pac All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://bsd.dli.mt.gov/license/bsd_boards/atr_board/board_page.asp Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include proof of the applicant's current certification from the BOC.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Montana.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. http://boards.bsd.dli.mt.gov/pel NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) RS (national) Yes http://boards.bsd.dli.mt.gov/san#1?3 This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state requires the Registered Sanitarian credential, and this degree meets the requirements of this state.
         
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes http://opi.mt.gov/Educators/Licensure/Educator-Licensure Yes. Applicants who completed an accredited educator preparation program in another state must provide proof of a minimum passing score on the required content knowledge test applicable to the requested endorsement in order to be eligible for a Provisional, Standard or Professional License. Applicants for a Provisional License must also submit evidence of a current Montana address or job offer from an accredited or state-funded P-12 school in Montana. Applicants must verify completion of the online course “An Introduction to Indian Education for All in Montana."
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes http://boards.bsd.dli.mt.gov/med#1?4 This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://boards.bsd.dli.mt.gov/med#1?4 This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://bsd.dli.mt.gov/license/bsd_boards/ptp_board/board_page.asp The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://bsd.dli.mt.gov/license/bsd_boards/med_board/board_page.asp Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Nebraska

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://nbpa.nebraska.gov/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://dhhs.ne.gov/licensure/Pages/Athletic-Training.aspx Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include that In order to be licensed as an athletic trainer, an applicant shall, in addition to the requirements of subsection (1) of this section, successfully complete an examination approved by the board.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Nebrasks.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://ea.nebraska.gov/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) REHS (national) Yes http://dhhs.ne.gov/licensure/Pages/Registered-Environmental-Health-Specialist.aspx This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states, including this one.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes https://www.education.ne.gov/TCERT/ Nebraska requires all candidates to submit evidence of special education and human relations training, which includes coursework or relevant employment experience. In addition, candidates must meet recency requirements by documenting recent college credits or employment experience within the past five years to receive an Initial, Standard or Professional License. Candidates may be eligible to receive a Provisional or Conditional License while working towards meeting training or recency requirements.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes http://dhhs.ne.gov/licensure/Pages/Medical-Nutrition-Therapist.aspx According to the Nebraska Division of Public and Behavioral Health (Dietitian), Nebraska does not require licensure for dietitians or nutritionists.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://dhhs.ne.gov/licensure/Pages/Medical-Nutrition-Therapist.aspx This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://dhhs.ne.gov/Licensure/Pages/Physical-Therapy.aspx The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure https://www.healthcarelicensing.com/nebraska-medical-license?gclid=CMjRwJnwkNYCFdcZgQod2z4EJA Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Nevada

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. http://www.nvaccountancy.com/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://nevadaathletictrainers.nv.gov/ Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include passing the examination prepared by the National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification or its successor organization.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Nevada.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://nvbpels.org/professionals/engineers NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) REHS (national) Yes https://nvrehs.org/education/educational-criteria/ This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states, including this one.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes http://www.doe.nv.gov/Educator_Licensure/ An out-of-state applicant is exempt from licensure assessment requirements if the applicant successfully passed the examination(s) in his/her sending state. Most valid and unexpired licenses will directly transfer without verification of passing licensure examinations. However, some conditional, provisional, residency, temporary, or other license types will require additional documentation to determine eligibility.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes http://dpbh.nv.gov/Reg/MusicTherapist/MusicTherapists_-_Home/ Music therapists are required to be licensed according to the Nevada State Health Division, Bureau of Health Care Quality and Compliance. Obtain an application from their website.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes http://dpbh.nv.gov/Reg/Dietitian/dta/Licensing/Dietitian_Initial_Licensure/ This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://dpbh.nv.gov/Reg/Dietitian/dta/Licensing/Dietitian_Initial_Licensure/ This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.ptboard.nv.gov/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://medboard.nv.gov/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

New Hampshire

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://www.oplc.nh.gov/accountancy/index.htm All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.oplc.nh.gov/allied-health/athletic-trainers.htm Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include having a currently valid certificate issued by the National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification, Inc., or its successor organization.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in New Hampshire.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://www.oplc.nh.gov/engineers/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes https://www.education.nh.gov/who-we-are/division-of-educator-support-and-higher-education/bureau-of-credentialing Completers of state-approved educator preparation programs do not need to have teaching experience in order to be eligible for New Hampshire certification. However, out-of-state candidates who became certified through an ‘alternative route’ must document at least three years of full-time regular teaching experience under that credential in the past seven years in order to be eligible to receive an equivalent New Hampshire certificate.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://www.oplc.nh.gov/dietitians/forms.htm This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.oplc.nh.gov/dietitians/forms.htm This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.oplc.nh.gov/allied-health/physical-therapy.htm The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.nh.gov/medicine/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

New Jersey

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/acc/Pages/applications.aspx All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/at Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include proof that the applicant has completed a program of education, training and experience, which is approved by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education, or its successor; Proof that the applicant has passed the examination administered by the National Athletic Trainers' Association Board of Certification, Inc., or its successor, or an equivalent examination as adopted by the Board.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in New Jersey.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/pels/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) REHS Undetermined https://www.nj.gov/health/lh/professionals/licensing/ This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. It has not yet been determined if this degree meets the  requirements of this state.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) CEAS, Praxis Yes https://www.nj.gov/education/license/ Out-of-state candidates who hold the equivalent of a valid standard certificate issued by another state and demonstrate at least two effective years of teaching within three consecutive years of the last four calendar years may be eligible to receive a Standard Certificate. Candidates that do not meet the teaching experience criteria may receive a Certificate of Eligibility (CE) or a Certificate of Eligibility with Advanced Standing (CEAS).
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ The Music Therapist Licensing Act was signed into law by Governor Phil Murphy on January 21, 2020 requiring licensure for music therapists to practice in the state of New Jersey. Procedures for applying for licensure are currently being developed and will be posted when complete.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://www.nutritioned.org/new-jersey-nutritionist.html According to nutritioned.org, New Jersey does not require licensure for Registered Dietitians.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) N/A N/A https://www.nutritioned.org/new-jersey-nutritionist.html This state does not require state licensure/certification.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/pt/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.state.nj.us/lps/ca/bme/index.html Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

New Mexico

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes

Accounting (Bachelor's)

CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. http://www.rld.state.nm.us/boards/Accountancy.aspx All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.rld.state.nm.us/boards/Athletic_Trainers.aspx Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include that applicant demonstrates professional competence by passing the national certification examination recognized by the board and an examination on New Mexico laws and regulations pertaining to athletic trainers prescribed by the board.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in New Mexico.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. http://www.sblpes.state.nm.us/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) NES Yes https://webnew.ped.state.nm.us/ Candidates applying for an elementary license are required to take and pass one of two accepted reading content tests. Candidates applying for a certain Level 1 licenses can submit evidence of completing credit hour, coursework requirements, or teaching experience in place of content knowledge assessment requirements (with requirements varying depending on licensure type.) Candidates applying for a Level 2 or Level 3 License can submit evidence of completing credit hour requirements in place of assessment requirements.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes http://www.rld.state.nm.us/boards/Nutrition_and_Dietetics_Requirements_and_Continuing_Education.aspx This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.rld.state.nm.us/boards/Nutrition_and_Dietetics_Requirements_and_Continuing_Education.aspx This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.rld.state.nm.us/boards/Physical_Therapy.aspx The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.nmmb.state.nm.us/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

New York

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/cpa/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/at/athletlic.htm Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for certification in this state. Requirements  include that, except as provided in section 79-7.5 of this Subpart, each applicant for certification shall pass an examination that is determined by the department to measure the applicant's knowledge of and judgment concerning the content areas that constitute a registered program leading to certification in athletic training, as defined in section 52.27 of this Title.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in New York.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/pels/pelic.htm NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) EAS Yes http://www.highered.nysed.gov/tcert/ Out-of-state candidates with at least three years of effective certified public school teaching experience in the certification title sought within the last seven years who hold an equivalent and valid out-of-state license that was valid during the experience, and have at least a bachelor’s degree with a 2.5 cumulative GPA or higher are not required to pass the certification exams. Out-of-state candidates must complete training related to child abuse identification/reporting, school violence prevention/intervention, and harassment, bullying and discrimination prevention/intervention from a New York State Education Department approved provider.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam - MT-BC  OR MT-BC and New York Creative Arts Therapists (LCAT) approval if working in music psychotherapy. Yes to MT-BC, No to LCAT http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/mhp/catlic.htm; https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ For Music Therapists to practice Creative Arts Therapy and use the titles, Creative Arts Therapist, Licensed Creative Arts Therapist or any derivative thereof within New York State, they must obtain licensure as a Creative Arts Therapist, unless otherwise exempt under the law. Visit their website for an application. To apply for the music therapy board examination for NY State Licensure or to have your examination scores mailed to the NY State Education Department of the Professions, contact CBMT at info@cbmt.org or by telephone at 800.765.2268.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/diet/article157.htm This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Certification Yes http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/diet/article157.htm This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/pt/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.op.nysed.gov/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

North Carolina

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://nccpaboard.gov/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.ncbate.org/ Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include  that the applicant shall also pass the examination administered by the National Athletic Trainers' Association Board of Certification, Inc.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in North Carolina.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://www.ncbels.org/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) REHS (national) Yes https://ncrehs.com/applications-forms/ This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states, including this one.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes https://www.dpi.nc.gov/educators/educators-licensure Yes, but not for all candidates and not immediately. Candidates are exempt from testing required for a Continuing Professional License if they: 1) are fully licensed in another state, have three or more years of experience, and have met comparable or identical testing requirements in another state; or 2) hold National Board Certification. Out-of-state candidates with less than three years of experience can be issued an Initial Professional License and may be required to take additional exams. If additional exams are required, they must be taken within the first year of issuance and passed before or during the second year in order to convert the license to a Continuing Professional License. Candidates applying for Elementary Education or Exceptional Children General Curriculum licenses are subject to additional assessments.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://www.ncbdn.org/apply-for-a-license This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.ncbdn.org/apply-for-a-license This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.ncptboard.org/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.ncmedboard.org/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

North Dakota

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://www.ndsba.nd.gov/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://governor.nd.gov/boards/BoardDetails.aspx?boardid=11 Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include that applicant must meet all requirements of certification established by the national athletic trainers association board of certification, incorporated; Must have passed an examination approved by the board.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in North Dakota.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. http://www.ndpelsboard.org/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes https://www.nd.gov/espb/licensure North Dakota requires coursework in Native American studies, cultural diversity, strategies for creating learning environments that contribute to positive human relationships and strategies for teaching and assessing diverse learners. Applicants who have not met coursework requirements can teach under an Out-of-State Reciprocal License, but must meet coursework requirements to be eligible for an Initial License. A two-year re-entry license will be given to an out-of-state applicant who has not taught in 5 years or who cannot submit six semester hours of credit taken during each of the past two five-year periods and may require additional coursework
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.ndbihc.org/naturopathic-doctor-application A bill to license music therapists was passed into law on April 26, 2011 under the State Board of Integrative Health Care. Music Therapists are required to be licensed. Obtain an application from their website.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.ndbpt.org/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://ndbodp.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Chapter_43-44.pdf This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://ndbodp.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Chapter_43-44.pdf This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure https://www.ndbom.org/practitioners/pa/status/index.asp Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Ohio

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://www.acc.ohio.gov/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://otptat.ohio.gov/ Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include verification from the board of certification or its successor that the applicant passed their certification exam.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Ohio.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://www.peps.ohio.gov/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) RS (national) Yes https://odh.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/odh/know-our-programs/sanitarian-registration/welcome-to This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state requires the Registered Sanitarian credential, and this degree meets the requirements of this state.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis, OAE Yes http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Teaching/Licensure Out-of-state applicants who have not completed a content assessment and professional knowledge/pedagogy assessment for licensure in their issuing state must take the state-approved assessments. Candidates requesting licensure in Early Childhood, Middle Childhood, or Intervention Specialist must also past the Ohio Assessment for Educators Foundations of Reading exam.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://med.ohio.gov/Apply/Dietitian-LD This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://med.ohio.gov/Apply/Dietitian-LD This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://otptat.ohio.gov/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.med.ohio.gov/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Oklahoma

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://www.ok.gov/oab_web/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.okmedicalboard.org/athletic_trainers Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include that applicant has successfully completed the athletic training curriculum requirements of an accredited college or university approved by the Board and provide proof of graduation.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Oklahoma.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://www.ok.gov/pels/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) Registered Professional Sanitarian or Registered Environmental Specialist Undetermined https://www.ok.gov/health/Protective_Health/Consumer_Health_Service/Professional_Sanitarian_&_Environmental_Specialist_Registration_Program/ This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state requires the Registered Professional Sanitarian  or Registered Environmental Specialist credential and it has not yet been determined if this degree meets the requirements of this state.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) OEGT, OSAT, OPTE Yes https://sde.ok.gov/teacher-certification Candidates who hold an out-of-state certificate are eligible for a certification in Oklahoma's most equivalent subject areas and are exempt from the required competency exam.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.okmedicalboard.org/music_therapists#forms-resources As of November 2016, music therapy licensure is managed under the State Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision. An application is available from their website.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes http://www.okmedicalboard.org/dietitians#forms-resources This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.okmedicalboard.org/dietitians#forms-resources This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.okmedicalboard.org/physical_therapists The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.okmedicalboard.org/physician_assistants Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Oregon

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://www.oregon.gov/BOA/Pages/Home.aspx All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.oregon.gov/OHA/PH/HLO/Pages/Board-Athletic-Trainer.aspx Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include official documentation of having passed the Board-approved BOC examination.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Oregon.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://www.oregon.gov/OSBEELS/Pages/default.aspx NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) REHS (national) Yes https://www.oregon.gov/oha/PH/HLO/Pages/Board-Environmental-Health-License.aspx This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states, including this one.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes https://www.oregon.gov/tspc/Pages/index.aspx Out-of-state candidates with five years of half-time or more teaching experience in the specific subject matter while properly licensed and endorsed in the content area requested may receive a waiver to the subject matter testing requirements if they can prove evidence of academic preparation satisfactory to the Teacher Standards and Practices Commission.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.oregon.gov/oha/ph/hlo/pages/index.aspx Music therapy licensure in Oregon is managed through the Health Licensing Office. More information is available on their website, including the application.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://secure.sos.state.or.us/oard/viewSingleRule.action?ruleVrsnRsn=202208 This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://secure.sos.state.or.us/oard/viewSingleRule.action?ruleVrsnRsn=202208 This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes https://www.oregon.gov/pt/Pages/default.aspx The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.oregon.gov/OMB/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Pacific Territories

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://nasba.org/education/becomingacpa/whatistheuniformcpaexam/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Undetermined   NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Undetermined https://www.nutritioned.org/state-requirements.html Ohio University has not made a determination regarding whether the program meets licensure requirements in the Pacific Territories.

Pennsylvania

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://www.dos.pa.gov/ProfessionalLicensing/BoardsCommissions/Accountancy/Pages/default.aspx#.VOTI5i6QfT8 All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.pals.pa.gov/#/page/default Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include that vapplicant must hold and maintain current credentialing as a certified athletic trainer (ATC) from the BOC or another credentialing body approved by the Board.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Pennsylvania.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://www.dos.pa.gov/ProfessionalLicensing/BoardsCommissions/EngineersLandSurveyorsandGeologists/Pages/default.aspx NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes https://www.education.pa.gov/Educators/Certification/Pages/default.aspx Yes, but not for all candidates. Out of state candidates, including candidates meeting specified experience requirements, must take the required content tests and meet the state's qualifying score. Candidates not meeting experience requirements may also be required to take the basic skills test. National Board Certified teachers are exempt from Pennsylvania content tests, and post-baccalaureate instructional program completers are exempt from the basic skills test. While administrative code allows for a one-year temporary teaching permit to be issued to educators in accordance with the current reciprocity agreement with other states to allow the teacher to meet Pennsylvania’s requirements, the policy is not currently in use.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://www.pals.pa.gov/ This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.pals.pa.gov/ This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.dos.pa.gov/ProfessionalLicensing/BoardsCommissions/PhysicalTherapy/Pages/default.aspx#.Vv The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.dos.pa.gov/ProfessionalLicensing/BoardsCommissions/Medicine/Pages/default.aspx Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Puerto Rico

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://nasba.org/education/becomingacpa/whatistheuniformcpaexam/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Undetermined https://www.nata.org/about/districts-and-states N/A
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Undetermined https://www.estado.pr.gov/en/engineers-and-surveyors/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Undetermined https://www.nutritioned.org/state-requirements.html Ohio University has not made a determination regarding whether the program meets licensure requirements in Puerto Rico.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.eatrightpro.org/advocacy/licensure/licensure-map Licensure by reciprocity if reciprocity relationship exists with that state.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure https://physicianlicensing.com/puerto-rico/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.salud.gov.pr/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.

Rhode Island

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://dbr.ri.gov/divisions/accountancy/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://health.ri.gov/licenses/detail.php?id=249 Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include that applicant has  successfully completed a CAATE-approved athletic training program from a college or university sponsoring a CAATE approved graduate or undergraduate program; and has passed to the satisfaction of the Board the required examination in accordance with § 5.6 of this Part and been certified by the BOC.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Rhode Island.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. http://www.bdp.ri.gov/engineers/applications.php NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes https://www.ride.ri.gov/TeachersAdministrators/EducatorCertification.aspx Yes, but not immediately. Candidates must demonstrate that they meet Rhode Island testing requirements in the area(s) of certification. For candidates prepared at an institution where the language of instruction was not English, English Language Competency testing is required. Out-of-state candidates may be eligible to receive a one-year Temporary Initial Educator Certificate if they meet all of the requirements for an Initial Educator Certificate except for the assessment requirements.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ A State License for music therapists was signed into law in 2014. Obtain an application.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://health.ri.gov/licenses/detail.php?id=222 This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://health.ri.gov/licenses/detail.php?id=222 This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://health.ri.gov/licenses/detail.php?id=236#three The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://health.ri.gov/licenses/detail.php?id=237 Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

South Carolina

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://llr.sc.gov/acct/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.scdhec.gov/Health/FHPF/EMS_TrainingProtocolsRequirements/AthleticTrainerCertification/ Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for certification in this state. Requirements  include  that an applicant for an athletic trainer certification must pass the Board of Certification, Inc., (BOC) examination and have met the athletic training curriculum requirements of a college or university and give proof by means of a certified transcript.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in South Carolina.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://llr.sc.gov/POL/Engineers/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) PPST, Praxis Yes https://ed.sc.gov/educators/certification/ Applicants with less than twenty-seven months of successful teaching experience within the past seven years are eligible to receive an initial certificate, but must also submit evidence of passing the state’s pedagogy assessment prior to receiving a professional certificate. Applicants who meet the experience requirements may be eligible for immediate advancement.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://llr.sc.gov/diet/licensure.aspx This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://llr.sc.gov/diet/licensure.aspx This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes https://llr.sc.gov/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.llr.state.sc.us/pol/medical/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

South Dakota

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://dlr.sd.gov/accountancy/default.aspx All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.sdbmoe.gov/ Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include  that applicant has passed an examination approved by the board.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in South Dakota.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://dlr.sd.gov/btp/default.aspx NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes https://doe.sd.gov/certification/ All candidates must complete a three-credit South Dakota Indian Studies course and one clock hour of suicide awareness and prevention training. Applicants may receive a one-year provisional certificate if they have not passed South Dakota Indian Studies.Out-of-state candidates with a categorical or K-8 special education endorsement may be required to pass additional assessments for a K-12 special education endorsement. No additional assessments are required of candidates meeting the requirements for reciprocity.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes http://sdlegislature.gov/Statutes/Codified_Laws/DisplayStatute.aspx?Type=Statute&Statute=36-10B-6 This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://sdlegislature.gov/Statutes/Codified_Laws/DisplayStatute.aspx?Type=Statute&Statute=36-10B-6 This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.sdbmoe.gov/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.sdbmoe.gov/?aspxerrorpath=/Boards/Medicine/Default.aspx Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Tennessee

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://www.tn.gov/commerce/regboards/accountancy.html All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.tn.gov/health/health-program-areas/health-professional-boards/at-board.html Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include that an applicant shall have BOC submit directly to the Administrative Office satisfactory proof of BOC certification or proof of being eligible for that certification.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Tennessee.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://www.tn.gov/commerce/regboards/architects-engineers.html NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes https://www.tn.gov/education/licensing.html Yes, but not for all candidates and not immediately. Out-of-state educators who have completed an educator preparation program in another state, but do not hold a valid professional license must submit qualifying scores on all required assessments. Out-of-state educators who have a bachelor's degree and hold a valid professional level license from another state are not required to take assessments
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://www.tn.gov/health/health-program-areas/health-professional-boards/dn-board/dn-board/applications.html This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.tn.gov/health/health-program-areas/health-professional-boards/dn-board/dn-board/applications.html This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.tn.gov/health.html The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://tn.gov/health Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Texas

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. http://www.tsbpa.texas.gov/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/at/at.htm Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state.  Requirements for licensure include current national certification as an athletic trainer issued by the Board of Certification, Inc. (BOC).
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Texas.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. http://www.tbpe.state.tx.us/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) REHS (national) Yes https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/san/sanapply.htm This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states, including this one.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Texas education agency Yes https://tea.texas.gov/texas-educators/certification Out-of-state applicants may apply for a one-year certificate to meet the state’s testing requirements. Applicants must either: 1) pass the required Texas exams, 2) achieve an acceptable level of performance on a comparable exam, as determined by the Texas Education Agency, or 3) qualify for an exemption from Texas examination requirements through established commissioner's rules.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/diet/dietapply.htm#pre-app This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/diet/dietapply.htm#pre-app This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.ptot.texas.gov/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.tmb.state.tx.us/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Utah

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://dopl.utah.gov/cpa/index.html All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.dopl.utah.gov/licensing/athletic_trainer.html Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include that applicant has successfully completed the certification examination administered by the Board of Certification Inc. or equivalent examination approved or recognized by the board.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Utah.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://dopl.utah.gov/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) EH Scientist Undetermined https://dopl.utah.gov/ehs/index.html This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state requires the  Environmental Health Scientist credential and it has not yet been determined if this degree meets the requirements of this state.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes https://c0arw235.caspio.com/dp/b7f93000117c04a7a7d046239456?state=Utah Out-of-state applicants must pass the required content knowledge test and pedagogical performance assessment, or have evidence of passing a reasonably equivalent assessment. Out-of-state applicants with one year of successful teaching experience do not have to take additional exams.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://dopl.utah.gov/music/index.html State Certification was signed into law in 2014. Obtain an application.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://le.utah.gov/xcode/Title58/Chapter49/58-49-S4.html?v=C58-49-S4_1800010118000101 This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Certification Yes https://le.utah.gov/xcode/Title58/Chapter49/58-49-S4.html?v=C58-49-S4_1800010118000101 This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.dopl.utah.gov/licensing/physical_therapy.html The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.dopl.utah.gov/licensing/physician_assistant.html Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Vermont

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://sos.vermont.gov/accountancy/board-meetings-members/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.sec.state.vt.us/professional-regulation/list-of-professions/athletic-trainers.aspx Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include that applicant has passed an examination approved by the Director.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Vermont.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://www.sec.state.vt.us/professional-regulation/list-of-professions/engineering.aspx NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes https://education.vermont.gov/educator-licensure/become-a-vermont-educator/traditional-route Applicants with a time lapse of ten years or more between the time of recommendation for licensure and application for licensure must meet requirements for updated knowledge and skills as established by Standards Board policy. Applicants who apply from a non-NASDTEC state are subject to transcript review to establish whether the applicant meets coursework or other requirements.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes https://www.sec.state.vt.us/professional-regulation/list-of-professions/physical-therapists.aspx The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://sos.vermont.gov/dietitians/ This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Certification Yes https://sos.vermont.gov/dietitians/ This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://healthvermont.gov/hc/med_board/bmp.aspx Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Virgin Islands

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://nasba.org/education/becomingacpa/whatistheuniformcpaexam/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Undetermined https://www.nata.org/about/districts-and-states N/A
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Undetermined   Ohio University has not made a determination regarding whether the program meets licensure requirements in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Undetermined https://www.nutritioned.org/state-requirements.html Ohio University has not made a determination regarding whether the program meets licensure requirements in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) N/A N/A https://health.bastyr.edu/sites/default/files/images/pdfs/accreditation/State-by-State%20Professional%20Licensure%20Final%20Dec16.pdf Practice regulations do not require certification or licensure, but those with RDN credential are allowed to practice.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes https://doh.vi.gov/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure https://www.fsmb.org/licensure/fcvs/state-requirements/ssr_virgin_islands Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.

Virginia

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://boa.virginia.gov/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.dhp.virginia.gov/medicine/advisory/at/ Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include evidence of current NATABOC certification.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Virginia.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. http://www.dpor.virginia.gov/Boards/APELS/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) VCLA, Praxis Yes http://www.doe.virginia.gov/teaching/licensure/ Applicants who hold an out-of-state license and have completed a minimum of three years of full-time successful teaching experience in a public or accredited nonpublic school are exempted from the professional teacher’s assessment requirements. Applicants with less than three years of full-time, successful teaching experience in a public or accredited nonpublic school must complete all licensure assessments prescribed by the Board of Education. Out-of-state candidates seeking Initial Licensure must complete training in 1) child abuse and neglect; 2) emergency first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and the use of automated external defibrillators (AEDs); 3) and dyslexia awareness.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ On Tuesday, March 3, 2020, Governor Ralph Northam signed HB1562 into law creating a music therapy license. This license must be obtained to call oneself a music therapist and to practice music therapy in the state of Virginia.  Application procedures are being developed and will be posted here when available.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://www.dhp.virginia.gov/bhp/bhp_regs.htm This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) N/A N/A https://www.dhp.virginia.gov/bhp/bhp_regs.htm This state does not require state licensure/certification.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.dhp.virginia.gov/physicaltherapy/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.dhp.virginia.gov/medicine/medicine_forms.htm Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Washington

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://acb.wa.gov/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.doh.wa.gov/LicensesPermitsandCertificates/ProfessionsNewReneworUpdate/AthleticTrainer Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include attaining a passing score on the examination administered by the board of certification for athletic trainers (BOC) or its predecessor or successor organization as approved by the secretary.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Washington.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://www.dol.wa.gov/business/engineerslandsurveyors/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) RS Yes http://www.wsbrs.org/getreg.html This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state requires the Registered Sanitarian credential, and this degree meets the requirements of this state.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) WEST, Praxis Yes https://www.k12.wa.us/certification Applicants must pass a basic skills and content knowledge test (or approved alternative) within 12 months of being issued the first residency teacher temporary permit. An out-of-state certificated educator seeking certification in Washington may use a passing score from their state's teacher certification exam to meet Washington's basic skills or content knowledge test requirement.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://www.doh.wa.gov/LicensesPermitsandCertificates/ProfessionsNewReneworUpdate/DietitianandNutritionist/LicenseRequirements This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Certification Yes https://www.doh.wa.gov/LicensesPermitsandCertificates/ProfessionsNewReneworUpdate/DietitianandNutritionist/LicenseRequirements This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.doh.wa.gov/LicensesPermitsandCertificates/ProfessionsNewReneworUpdate/PhysicalTherapist The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.doh.wa.gov/LicensesPermitsandCertificates/MedicalCommission/MedicalLicensing/Renewals Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

West Virginia

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://www.boa.wv.gov/ All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://www.wvbopt.com/page.cfm?section=15 Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure includepProof of current certification by a National Certifying Board approved by the WV Board of Physical Therapy.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in West Virginia.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://www.wvpebd.org/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) REHS (national) Yes http://www.wvlicensingboards.com/BoardOfSanitarians/ This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states, including this one.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes https://wvde.us/certification/certification-info/ Out-of-state applicants who have completed a teacher preparation program and do not hold a valid license must take the West Virginia required assessments. Candidates may be exempt from testing requirements if they: 1) hold National Board for Professional Teaching Standards certification; 2) hold a valid out-of-state certificate; 3) successfully completed three years of experience within the last seven years on an out-of-state professional certificate; or 4) hold an expired out-of-state certificate or equivalent. Candidates are also exempt from the basic skills and professional assessments if they have satisfied a passing score on the appropriate test as required in the state where the preparation program was completed.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://www.wvbold.com/Home/Forms This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://www.wvbold.com/Home/Forms This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://www.wvbopt.com/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://www.wvbom.wv.gov/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Wisconsin

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. https://dsps.wi.gov/pages/BoardsCouncils/Accounting/Default.aspx All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://dsps.wi.gov/Pages/Professions/AthleticTrainer/Default.aspx Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state.  For purposes of satisfying the requirements of ss. 448.953 (1) (f) and (h) and 448.954, Stats., the board accepts the results of a credentialing examination administered by BOC or its successor agency.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Wisconsin.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://dsps.wi.gov/pages/BoardsCouncils/AE/Default.aspx NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) RS (national) Yes https://dsps.wi.gov/Pages/Professions/RegisteredSanitarian/Exams.aspx This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state requires the Registered Sanitarian credential, and this degree meets the requirements of this state.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Praxis Yes https://dpi.wi.gov/licensing/general Applicants applying for the Out-of-state Pathway must provide passing scores all required Wisconsin tests, including basic skills and content knowledge tests. Passing scores on performance and content tests taken in another state will be honored in Wisconsin. A GPA of 3.0 may be used in lieu of a content exam for applicants who were not required to take a content exam. Additional content exams may be required for applicants in certain licensure areas. Out-of-state applicants who hold a valid license in another state are eligible for a provisional Tier II license through the License Based on Reciprocity Pathway without having to complete additional assessments.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://dsps.wi.gov/pages/Home.aspx Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://dsps.wi.gov/Pages/Professions/Dietitian/Default.aspx This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Certification Yes https://dsps.wi.gov/Pages/Professions/Dietitian/Default.aspx This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://dsps.wi.gov/pages/Professions/PT/Default.aspx The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure https://dsps.wi.gov/Pages/Professions/PhysicianAssistant/Default.aspx Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

Wyoming

Program Credential (exam, license, or certification) Program meets state curriculum requirements State/National Board URL Licensing Board Notes
Accounting (Bachelor's) CPA Exam An undergraduate accounting degree from OHIO by itself meets the 150 semester hours of college credit required, but does not meet Board Requirements for Certification. Please see state board for additional regulations. http://cpaboard.state.wy.us/payment.aspx All 55 licensing jurisdictions (50 states plus 5 non-state jurisdictions) require 150 semester hours of college credit for certification. Requirements are determined by each state's Board of Accountancy. While the CPA exam is uniform for all states, individual states establish their own requirements to sit for the exam and obtain certification. Many states provide mobility to allow CPAs to work across state boundaries without requiring an additional license.
Athletic Training (Master of Science) Licensure Yes http://athletictraining.wyo.gov/ Curriculum of this CAATE-accredited program meets requirements for licensure in this state. Requirements for licensure include that applicant has passed the examination administered by a national certifying body approved by the board.
Audiology (Doctor of Clinical Audiology) AuD Licensure Undetermined https://www.nchec.org/overview Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA academic and clinical requirements. OHIO has not determined whether completion of OHIO’s AuD Program meets the clinical requirements to apply for an Audiologist license in Wyoming.
Child and Family Services (Bachelor's and Master's) Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS)/child life professional certification Yes https://www.childlife.org/certification/candidates This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Community and Public Health (Bachelor of Science in Health) National certifications: CHES, MCHES Yes https://www.nchec.org/overview This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Engineering (Bachelor's) - Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering FE and PE required on state-by-state basis. Completion of an ABET-accredited degree program at Ohio University meets state educational requirements to apply for a Professional Engineering (PE) license. https://engineersandsurveyors.wyo.gov/ NCEES examinees have to be approved by a state licensing board or foreign entity before they can sit for an NCEES exam. Applicants who earned degrees through non-EAC/ABET-accredited programs are required to have their credentials evaluated by NCEES before being approved. To find out about licensure requirements and dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
Environmental Health (Bachelor of Science) None N/A N/A This degree grants eligibility to graduates to sit for the national exam to become a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), an accepted credential in many states. This state does not regulate at the state level.
Exercise Physiology (all levels) Optional certification Yes https://www.acsm.org/ There is no specific licensure or professional certifications required of exercise professionals for this state. Some organizations require exercise professionals to earn a certification. There isn’t a single certification that is accepted by hiring organizations. Some certifications may require a certain number of hours of experience that is often gained through practical experiences, such as internships. MS8111 does not require an internship, but an internship is an available elective. MS8147 and MS8181 do require internships.
Medical Assistant Technology (Associate) National certification Yes https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-aama-exam/about Graduates of this CAAHEP-accredited program are eligible to take the exam which leads to national certification as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Music Education (Bachelor's and Master's) Wyoming professional teaching standards board Yes https://wyomingptsb.com/licensure/becoming-licensed/ Out-of-state candidates must either complete a course or pass an examination on the constitutions of the United States and the state of Wyoming. Wyoming accepts out-of-state exams for licensure in their state. Candidates applying for certain licenses may be required to complete additional exams.
Music Therapy (Bachelor's and Master's) CBMT Exam Yes https://www.cbmt.org/state-requirements/ Board certification is voluntary, although it is required in some states for licensure, state certification or state registries.
Nutrition (Bachelor of Science) Registration Yes https://rules.wyo.gov/Search.aspx?Agency=043 This ACEND-accredited program may be used as a pathway to become a nutrition and dietetics technician, registered (NDTR). This is a national registration. States that require licensure for dietitians typically require that applicants for licensure have graduated from dietetics/nutrition programs at regionally accredited institutions that substantially meet the same educational criteria as dietetics/nutrition programs in those states. Other required materials typically include evidence of passing an examination provided by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and  evidence of completion of a dietetic internship or coordinated program.
Food and Nutrition Studies (Master of Science) Licensure Yes https://rules.wyo.gov/Search.aspx?Agency=043 This ACEND-accredited program meets the licensure requirements for this state.
Physical Therapy (Doctorate) License Yes http://physicaltherapy.wyo.gov/ The program has determined that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands secondary to its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education based on the following: Accreditation of a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant program by CAPTE satisfies state education requirements in all states, the District Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. For more information regarding state qualifications and licensure requirements, please refer to the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy website at www.fsbpt.org.
Physician Assistant (Master's) Licensure and certification Yes for both NCCPA certification and for state licensure http://wyomedboard.state.wy.us/ Certification language - PANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be eligible for PANCE, you must graduate from a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). PA program graduates will be deemed to have graduated from an accredited program if their PA educational program was accredited at the time of their matriculation. Licensure language - STATEMENT FROM PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (PAEA): As of July 2020, all 50 states require graduation from an ARC-PA accredited program and certification following successful completion of the PANCE as conditions for initial PA licensure. By virtue of ARC accreditation, PA programs offer a curriculum necessary for licensure in all 50 states.
Public Health (Master's) National certifications: CHES, MCHES, CPH Yes https://www.nbphe.org/ This is a voluntary, national certification with no regulation at the state level
Speech Language Pathology (Master's) SLP Licensure Yes https://caa.asha.org/ Curriculum of this CAA-accredited program meets the requirements for licensure in OH, including satisfactory completion of all CAA/ASHA academic and clinical requirements. In addition, completion of OHIO’s MA Speech-Language Pathology Program meets educational requirements to apply for a Speech-Language Pathologist license in Alabama.

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