Oklahoma Administrative Code
Title 435 - State Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision
Chapter 40 - Registered Electrologists
Section 435:40-1-5 - Academic requirements for examination and licensure
435:40-1-5. Academic requirements for examination and licensure
The purpose of this section is to set out the academic requirements for examination and licensure as a registered electrologist.
(1) The Board shall accept as meeting licensure requirements or course work received from American colleges or universities that held accreditation, at the time the courses were completed, from accepted regional educational accrediting associations as reported by the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers.
(2) course work received at foreign colleges and universities shall be acceptable only if such work could be counted as transfer credit from accredited colleges or universities as reported by the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers.
(3) The relevance to the licensing requirements of academic courses, the titles of which are not self-explanatory, must be substantiated by the applicant through course descriptions in official school catalogs or bulletins or by other means acceptable to the Board.
(4) Persons applying for licensure must.
satisfactorily complete college courses in human anatomy, human physiology, microbiology and chemistry or equivalent courses as determined by the Board as recommended by the Committee. Medical terminology may be required at the discretion of the Board as recommended by the Committee.
(5) The college courses in Human Anatomy, Human Physiology, Microbiology, and Chemistry shall be comprehensive in content and designed for the allied health or biological-life science major. Satisfactory completion shall be defined as a grade of C or its equivalent, or above (grade of A or B).
[Source: Amended at 20 Ok Reg 983, eff 5-21-03; Amended at 27 Ok Reg 2686, eff 8-26-10; Amended at 31 Ok Reg 1988, eff 9-12-14]