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32-2091.03 - Educational and training standards for licensure
32-2091.03. Educational and training standards for licensure
A. An applicant for licensure as a behavior analyst must meet standards adopted by the state board of psychologist examiners, including meeting graduate-level education and supervised experience requirements and passing a national examination. The state board of psychologist examiners shall adopt standards consistent with the standards set by a nationally recognized behavior analyst certification board, except that:
1. The number of hours required for supervised experience must be at least one thousand five hundred hours of supervised work experience.
2. If the experience was obtained in a state that licensed behavior analysts at the time of the supervised work experience, the supervisor must be licensed in the state where the behavior analysis trainee services were provided.
B. The standards adopted for supervised experience must also be consistent with the standards set by a nationally recognized behavior analyst certification board. If the state board of psychologist examiners does not agree with a standard set by a nationally recognized behavior analyst certification board, the state board may adopt an alternate standard.