2009 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 61 - Professional and Occupational Licenses.
Article 12E - Naprapathic Practice
Section 61-12E-5 - Education; professional qualifications. (Repealed effective July 1, 2012.)

61-12E-5. Education; professional qualifications. (Repealed effective July 1, 2012.)

A.     A person shall be licensed as a naprapath if that person:

(1)     is at least twenty-one years of age;

(2)     has graduated from a two-year college-level program or an equivalent program approved by the superintendent after consultation with the board;

(3)     has completed, in not less than three years, a four-year academic curriculum in naprapathy, that is approved by the board, and the person has successfully completed one hundred thirty-two hours of academic credit, including sixty-six credit hours in basic science courses with emphasis on the study of connective tissue, and sixty-six credit hours in clinical naprapathic science, theory and application;

(4)     has passed the national board of naprapathic examiners examination or holds a valid license as a naprapath in another jurisdiction; and

(5)     has met all other requirements of the Naprapathic Practice Act.

B.     The superintendent or the board may require a personal interview with an applicant to evaluate that person's qualifications for a license.

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