Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 86. Psychologists and Psychological Associates
Section 162. Qualifications For Associates' Examination.
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AS 08.86.162. Qualifications For Associates' Examination.

A person is entitled to take a psychological associate examination if the board finds that the person:

(1) has not engaged in dishonorable conduct related to the practice of counseling or psychometry;

(2) holds a master's degree with primary emphasis on psychology from an academic institution whose program of graduate study for a master's degree in psychology meets the criteria established by the board by regulation, with the equivalent of at least 48 semester credit hours of graduate course work directly related to a specialized area of psychology in which licensure is requested, including a practicum;

(3) has the recommendation of an immediate supervisor if a licensed psychologist, or two licensed psychologists who hold doctoral degrees.

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