Are you interested in a program that requires a professional license in your state?
Before enrolling, you are strongly advised to check with your state's professional licensing board to confirm whether the program will meet your state's requirements. A program leading to professional licensure in Colorado might not lead to licensure elsewhere because requirements are different from state to state. The University of Colorado has not determined whether a program meets the requirements for professional licensure outside of Colorado.
If you need help, please contact your program or academic advisor. You can also contact the state authorization compliance specialist Bridgett Murphy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I figure out a state's licensing board requirements?
Begin by figuring out if your career requires a professional license. Look below for a list of professions commonly requiring a license. Didn't see your career? Search for your career in the state you live or plan to live at License Finder provided by U.S. Department of Labor.
If a license is required, then you are strongly advised to contact your state's professional licensing board regarding its requirements.
|Engineering and Surveying|
|Marriage and Family Therapy|
|Medical Laboratory Sciences|
|American Association of Veterinary State Boards|