Texas Occupations Code - Section 301.252. License Application
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Section: 301.201 301.202 301.203 301.204 301.205 301.251 301.2511 301.252 301.253 301.254 301.255 301.256 301.257 301.258 301.259
§ 301.252. LICENSE APPLICATION. (a) Each applicant for a
registered nurse license or a vocational nurse license must submit
to the board a sworn application that demonstrates the applicant's
qualifications under this chapter, accompanied by evidence that the
(1) has good professional character; and
(2) has successfully completed an approved program of
professional or vocational nursing education.
(b) The board may waive the requirement of Subsection (a)(2)
for a vocational nurse applicant if the applicant provides
satisfactory sworn evidence that the applicant has completed an
acceptable level of education in:
(1) a professional nursing school approved by the
(2) a school of professional nurse education located
in another state or a foreign country.
(c) The board by rule shall determine acceptable levels of
education under Subsection (b).
Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 388, § 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1999. Amended
by Acts 2003, 78th Leg., ch. 553, § 1.015, eff. Sept. 1, 2003.
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