AC 310 is the corequisite for AC 301 , AC 302 , AC 303 , and AC 311 (excluding Loyola study abroad students).
Course requirements for the CPA exam vary by state. In order to choose the appropriate courses, accounting majors should contact their major advisors and reference the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy website, nasba.org.
150-Hour CPA Requirement
Students who plan to sit for the Certified Public Accounting (CPA) examination in a state with a 150-credit-hour educational requirement must complete additional coursework beyond the undergraduate accounting degree. Loyola offers the Master of Accounting (MAcc) to assist students in meeting this requirement. The MAcc program offers a 10-course, 30-credit-hour cohort program which can be delivered in a full-time (three semester) or part-time format. Loyola accounting students may, in their junior year, apply for early admission in the MAcc program. Once accepted, students may take up to two MAcc courses in their senior year. Consult the graduate catalogue for more information about the MAcc program.