§ 5-35.1-2. Qualifications to practice optometry.
(a) Every applicant for licensure shall present satisfactory evidence in the form of affidavits properly sworn to that he or she;
(1) is of good moral character; and
(2) has graduated from a school or college or optometry which maintains a course in optometry of not less than four (4) years and is approved by the accreditation council on optometric education (ACOE) or other accrediting body as approved by the board; and
(3) has successfully passed a national examination or other examinations approved by the department and the board; and
(4) any other qualifications as may be established in rules and regulations promulgated by the department.
(P.L. 2008, ch. 305, § 2; P.L. 2008, ch. 433, § 2.)