A1. See Board Rule # 100-3-.02
*APPLICATION - Found on the board’s web-site under the link for Download Forms.
* NOTARIZED APPLICATION, $275. FEE and PHOTOGRAPH taken
within last year. Any question answered “yes”, requires further documentation to be submitted. Attach an explanation if you have had any criminal convictions or charges, or sanctions by another state licensing board. The Board, at their next scheduled meeting, will review the application with required documentation. Approval of licensure is at the Board’s discretion.
* NATIONAL BOARD SCORES – I, II, III, and IV: All applicants are required to pass Parts I, II, III and IV of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners examination (passing score = 375). Please contact the National Board and have them certify your scores to Georgia.
* DEGREE TRANSCRIPT: All applicants for licensure must have graduated from a CCE approved chiropractic school or college. An official Chiropractic College transcript certifying the grades, degree conferred and the date awarded must be received in this office directly from the Registrar of the college/school.
*UNDERGRADUATE SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT(S): The undergraduate transcripts should be certified and mailed directly from the Registrar of the school to the Board’s office. You must submit undergraduate transcripts to show that you obtained either 60 semester or 90 quarter hours. Individuals who have graduated from foreign undergraduate schools or colleges must provide the board with an official credentials evaluation of their undergraduate education.
*OTHER STATE LICENSURE CERTIFICATION: If you are or have ever been licensed in another State(s), please have that/those State(s) officially certify that license directly to the Board’s office.
* The Board’s law/jurisprudence exam is an open-book exam that is part of the application process.
* If your name has changed since you attended school, please make a note on the application advising of your former name(s) so we can match-up the documents with your application.
* If you obtained the required 120 classroom hours of physiotherapy to become certified for Electrical Therapeutic Modalities, you must submit proof to the Board’s office. If these hours are included in your chiropractic transcripts, no further documentation is needed.